Why Christians must support Israel?

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Because God gave Palestine to Jews, not to Arabs!
Because it is the Birth Country of our God Jesus Christ!
The best solution in Palestrina would be if Arabs will leave the country of Jews and emigrate to other Arab countries.

 
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I can hear the cattle car transports rolling as you speak
 

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I would say Christians should support Israel because its not the Israelis chasing Christians out into the streets and massacring them like in Iraq, Pakistan and Egypt.
 

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I can hear the cattle car transports rolling as you speak
The cattle car your bankrupt piece of shit spain used to transport Jews during the Inquisition and Muslims during the Reconquista, twat?

Today, Israel is the world leader in everything from information technology to biotechnology while spain produces only olive oil.

What goes around, comes around, twat. :clap2:
 
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Christians United for Israel
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I8D87oAgas]Christians United for Israel - YouTube[/ame]
 

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgCi6PZmGcY]A Palestinian Woman - YouTube[/ame]
 

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A Palestinian Woman
Fakestinian. :lol:

Guy Milliere, Eminent Professor of History and Political Science, Sorbonne, Paris
No one had heard of a Palestinian people before the mid-1960s. They did not exist. Israel under the British Mandate until Israel' s Independence in 1948 was called Palestine. All Jews who were born there until i948 had the word « Palestine » stamped on their passports. The current Palestinians are those Arabs who, for a variety of reasons, decided to leave the land during the 1947 War of Independence, when five countries – Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq – attacked the 600,000 people in the fledgling state of Israel the day after its birth, hoping to kill it in the crib.
The War Against Israel Goes On- by Guy Millière | DRZZ.fr
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsJjm5K07V0]Who are the Palestinians? - YouTube[/ame]
 

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PBS Nova...
In the banks of the Nile in southern Egypt in 1896, British archaeologisit Flinders Petrie unearthed one of the most important discoveries in biblical archaeology known as the Merneptah Stele. Merneptah's stele announces the entrance on the world stage of a People named Israel.

The Merneptah Stele is powerful evidence that a People called the Israelites are living in Canaan over 3000 years ago

Dr. Donald Redford, Egyptologist and archaeologist: The Merneptah Stele is priceless evidence for the presence of an ethnical group called Israel in Canaan.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yvg2EZAEw5c]1/13 The Bible's Buried Secrets (NOVA PBS) - YouTube[/ame]
 

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The Canaanites were the earliest known inhabitants of the area, and can be traced at least to the 3rd millennium BCE. They became urbanized and lived in city-states, one of which was Jericho. The area's location at the center of routes linking three continents made it the meeting place for religious and cultural influences from Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, and Asia Minor. It was also the natural battleground for the great powers of the region and subject to domination by adjacent empires, beginning with Egypt in the late 3rd millennium BCE.
Israel and Judah
 

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The Canaanites were the earliest known inhabitants of the area, and can be traced at least to the 3rd millennium BCE. They became urbanized and lived in city-states, one of which was Jericho. The area's location at the center of routes linking three continents made it the meeting place for religious and cultural influences from Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, and Asia Minor. It was also the natural battleground for the great powers of the region and subject to domination by adjacent empires, beginning with Egypt in the late 3rd millennium BCE.
Israel and Judah
You see any Canaanites for the last, oh, 3000 years, birdbrain? :lol:

Owned.
 

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The Canaanites were the earliest known inhabitants of the area, and can be traced at least to the 3rd millennium BCE. They became urbanized and lived in city-states, one of which was Jericho. The area's location at the center of routes linking three continents made it the meeting place for religious and cultural influences from Egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, and Asia Minor. It was also the natural battleground for the great powers of the region and subject to domination by adjacent empires, beginning with Egypt in the late 3rd millennium BCE.
Israel and Judah
You see any Canaanites for the last, oh, 3000 years, birdbrain? :lol:

Owned.
no, but they were there before the hebrews
 

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Israel Christian Nexus
This is the role of the Israel Christian Nexus, to bring together (connect) Christians and Jews in support of Israel and of our shared Judeo-Christian heritage and values.
"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to live together in unity."

The Israel Christian Nexus was created in 2002 to bring Christians and Jews together in support of the people and state of Israel. Established by one of Israel's founding fathers and one of its most decorated war heroes, General Shimon Erem (ret.), the organization is guided by a Board of Advisors that includes prominent Christian and Jewish clergy and community leaders from across a broad spectrum of denominations and traditions.

A principal focus of the Israel Christian Nexus is education -- working with churches, synagogues and religious schools on programs to promote better understanding of Israel's past and present from both a biblical and historical perspective and to bring the two communities together in expressions of solidarity.

The Nexus also serves as a resource for Jewish and Christian groups on issues facing the Middle East today and on the escalating worldwide threat to Judeo-Christian values and democratic societies from fundamentalist Islam.

The Israel Christian Nexus is a nonprofit program of the Promoting Israel Education Fund founded with a grant from the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles and supported through the generosity of churches, synagogues, Jewish and Christian community groups and individuals who share our vision for a more secure Israel.

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Israel Christian Nexus is to strengthen the alliance between Jews and Christians in defense of our shared Judeo-Christian values and to educate and mobilize the two communities for sustained action in solidarity with the nation and people of Israel.

PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

The Israel Christian Nexus accomplishes its mission through a variety of activities including:

an annual conference of Christian and Jewish leaders on Israel and Judaism;
large-scale solidarity and prayer gatherings of Christians and Jews in major U.S. cities;
speakers exchange program to arrange for Jewish leaders to speak at churches and pastors to speak at synagogues and Jewish community activities;
distributing materials to churches on God's eternal covenant with Israel and the biblical basis for Christian support for Israel and the Jewish people;
developing teaching guides and student educational materials on Israel for religious schools;
bringing students from Christian and Jewish religious schools together for joint seminars and assemblies;
identification of specific projects that will meet practical needs and bless Israel for Christian support and involvement; and
a newsletter and website with biblical teachings on Israel, and information on developments in the region and their potential consequences.


Israel Christian Nexus: About Us
 

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A Palestinian Woman
Fakestinian. :lol:

Guy Milliere, Eminent Professor of History and Political Science, Sorbonne, Paris
No one had heard of a Palestinian people before the mid-1960s. They did not exist. Israel under the British Mandate until Israel' s Independence in 1948 was called Palestine. All Jews who were born there until i948 had the word « Palestine » stamped on their passports. The current Palestinians are those Arabs who, for a variety of reasons, decided to leave the land during the 1947 War of Independence, when five countries – Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq – attacked the 600,000 people in the fledgling state of Israel the day after its birth, hoping to kill it in the crib.
The War Against Israel Goes On- by Guy Millière | DRZZ.fr
Who are the Palestinians? - YouTube
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDVCT2gCgYg]42 b Sleepless Gaza Jerusalem .divx - YouTube[/ame]
 

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Former PLO Leader Zuheir Mohsen...:lol:
The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct Palestinian people to oppose Zionism.
Zuheir Mohsen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Palestinians want their own country. There's just one thing about that: There are no Palestinians. It's a made up word. Israel was called Palestine for two thousand years. Like "Wiccan," "Palestinian" sounds ancient but is really a modern invention. Before the Israelis won the land in war, Gaza was owned by Egypt, and there were no "Palestinians" then, and the West Bank was owned by Jordan, and there were no "Palestinians" then. As soon as the Jews took over and started growing oranges as big as basketballs, what do you know, say hello to the "Palestinians," weeping for their deep bond with their lost "land" and "nation." So for the sake of honesty, let's not use the word "Palestinian" any more to describe these delightful folks, who dance for joy at our deaths until someone points out they're being taped. Instead, let's call them what they are: "Other Arabs From The Same General Area Who Are In Deep Denial About Never Being Able To Accomplish Anything In Life And Would Rather Wrap Themselves In The Seductive Melodrama Of Eternal Struggle And Death." I know that's a bit unwieldy to expect to see on CNN. How about this, then: "Adjacent Jew-Haters."

Okay, so the Adjacent Jew-Haters want their own country. Oops, just one more thing. No, they don't. They could've had their own country any time in the last thirty years, especially two years ago at Camp David. But if you have your own country, you have to have traffic lights and garbage trucks and Chambers of Commerce, and, worse, you actually have to figure out some way to make a living. That's no fun. No, they want what all the other Jew-Haters in the region want: Israel. They also want a big pile of dead Jews, of course--that's where the real fun is--but mostly they want Israel. Why? For one thing, trying to destroy Israel--or "The Zionist Entity" as their textbooks call it--for the last fifty years has allowed the rulers of Arab countries to divert the attention of their own people away from the fact that they're the blue-ribbon most illiterate, poorest, and tribally backward on God's Earth, and if you've ever been around God's Earth, you know that's really saying something. It makes me roll my eyes every time one of our pundits waxes poetic about the great history and culture of the Muslim Mideast. Unless I'm missing something, the Arabs haven't given anything to the world since Algebra, and, by the way, thanks a hell of a lot for that one.

Chew this around and spit it out: Five hundred million Arabs; five million Jews. Think of all the Arab countries as a football field, and Israel as a pack of matches sitting in the middle of it. And now these same folks swear that if Israel gives them half of that pack of matches, everyone will be pals. Really? Wow, what neat news. Hey, but what about the string of wars to obliterate the tiny country and the constant din of rabid blood oaths to drive every Jew into the sea? Oh, that? We were just kidding

My friend Kevin Rooney made a gorgeous point the other day: Just reverse the numbers. Imagine five hundred million Jews and five million Arabs. I was stunned at the simple brilliance of it. Can anyone picture the Jews strapping belts of razor blades and dynamite to themselves? Of course not. Or marshalling every fiber and force at their disposal for generations to drive a tiny Arab state into the sea? Nonsense. Or dancing for joy at the murder of innocents? Impossible. Or spreading and believing horrible lies about the Arabs baking their bread with the blood of children? Disgusting. No, as you know, left to themselves in a world of peace, the worst Jews would ever do to people is debate them to death.

Whosoever Blesses Them | The Weekly Standard
 

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