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" World Council of Churches" condemn expulsion of Christians

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The judaisation of the City is targeting christians also,
many christians homes in the old city are destroyed and razed by bulldozers

Jerusalem: authorities order demolition of Christian homes on Independent Catholic News

The Jerusalem Inter-Church Centre has learned of new house demolition orders against at least four Christian families living inside the old city of Jerusalem where local Churches accommodate more than 500 homes for Palestinian families

today there are about 20 families evicted

World Council of Churches (WCC) has slammed zionists and called to stop settlements

World Council of Churches (WCC): Israel should revoke expansion of illegal settlement 24Nov09

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Illegal occupiers living on land they do not own and in homes constructed without architectural and engineering consultation should be torn down.

Palestine Mandate: Palestine Is The Jewish Homeland
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917 [Balfour Declaratoin], by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people

You're PWNED, punkass.
 
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Illegal occupiers living on land they do not own and in homes constructed without architectural and engineering consultation should be torn down.

Palestine Mandate: Palestine Is The Jewish Homeland
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917 [Balfour Declaratoin], by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people

You're PWNED, punkass.

So Christian homes are illegal and should be destroyed BUT russian settlements are legal and should be expanded :cuckoo:

you are a real pigheaded!
 

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It seems strange that Israel has been dispossessing, robbing, and killing Christians since 1947 yet Christians in the US support Israel.
 

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Illegal occupiers living on land they do not own and in homes constructed without architectural and engineering consultation should be torn down.

Palestine Mandate: Palestine Is The Jewish Homeland
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917 [Balfour Declaratoin], by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people

You're PWNED, punkass.

So Christian homes are illegal and should be destroyed BUT russian settlements are legal and should be expanded :cuckoo:

you are a real pigheaded!

Illegally built Jewish-owned homes have been demolished by the Israeli government, as well,

There are no Russian settlements, dope, just as there are no Russian settlements in Brooklyn, NY. They are Israeli communities.

Take your medication for your schizophrenia.
 

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It seems strange that Israel has been dispossessing, robbing, and killing Christians since 1947 yet Christians in the US support Israel.

Except, the Christian population of Israel has expanded exponentially since 1947 to 250,000, one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East where Islamic countries forbid the practice of Christianity.

Prior to the advent of Islam, most of the Middle East was Christian. Under Islam, most Christians have been murdered or persecuted out of the region.

Thus, you either are lying or are embarrassingly uninformed or your mental disability is taking over, again, Forum Dunce..

"Christians Suffering Under Islam"
Daniel Schwammenthal: Bethlehem's Persecuted Christians - WSJ.com
 
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It seems strange that Israel has been dispossessing, robbing, and killing Christians since 1947 yet Christians in the US support Israel.

Except, the Christian population of Israel has expanded exponentially since 1947 to 250,000, one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East where Islamic countries forbid the practice of Christianity.

Prior to the advent of Islam, most of the Middle East was Christian. Under Islam, most Christians have been murdered or persecuted out of the region.

Thus, you either are lying or are embarrassingly uninformed or your mental disability is taking over, again, Forum Dunce..

"Christians Suffering Under Islam"
Daniel Schwammenthal: Bethlehem's Persecuted Christians - WSJ.com

Irrelevant. Israel has been driving Christians out of their homes and off their land since 1947.

I would like to see your source documenting this "exponential" expansion of Christians in Israel.
 

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It seems strange that Israel has been dispossessing, robbing, and killing Christians since 1947 yet Christians in the US support Israel.

Except, the Christian population of Israel has expanded exponentially since 1947 to 250,000, one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East where Islamic countries forbid the practice of Christianity.

Prior to the advent of Islam, most of the Middle East was Christian. Under Islam, most Christians have been murdered or persecuted out of the region.

Thus, you either are lying or are embarrassingly uninformed or your mental disability is taking over, again, Forum Dunce..

"Christians Suffering Under Islam"
Daniel Schwammenthal: Bethlehem's Persecuted Christians - WSJ.com

Irrelevant. Israel has been driving Christians out of their homes and off their land since 1947.

I would like to see your source documenting this "exponential" expansion of Christians in Israel.

Your wrong, as always. Israel is the only country in the Arab Muslim Middle East that welcomes Christians.

New York Times...
Christians used to be a vital force in the Middle East. They dominated Lebanon and filled top jobs in the Palestinian movement. In Egypt, they were wealthy beyond their number. In Iraq, they packed the universities and professions. Across the region, their orientation was a vital link to the West, a counterpoint to prevailing trends.

But as Pope Benedict XVI wends his way across the Holy Land this week, he is addressing a dwindling and threatened Christian population driven to emigration by political violence, lack of economic opportunity and the rise of radical Islam. A region that a century ago was 20 percent Christian is about 5 percent today and dropping.

Local Christians are torn between sounding the alarm and staying mum, unsure whether attention will reduce the problem or aggravate it by driving out those who remain.

With Islam pushing aside nationalism as the central force behind the politics of identity, Christians who played important roles in various national struggles find themselves left out. And since Islamic culture, especially in its more fundamental stripes, often defines itself in contrast to the West, Christianity has in some places been relegated to an enemy — or least foreign — culture.

A century ago there were millions of Christians in what is today Turkey; now there are 150,000. There is a house in Turkey where the Virgin Mary is believed to have spent her last days, yet the country’s National Assembly and military have no Christian members or officers except temporary recruits doing mandatory service. Violence against Christians has risen.

Among Palestinians, Islam is also playing an unprecedented role in defining identity, especially in Gaza, ruled by Hamas. Benedict’s arrival in Jerusalem on Monday prompted a radical member of the legislature in Gaza to call on Arab governments not to greet him because of his contentious remark in 2006 regarding the Prophet Muhammad.

Rafiq Husseini, the chief of staff of President Mahmoud Abbas’s office, said of the exodus of Christians: “It is a very negative thing if it continues to happen. Our task, from the president downwards, is to keep the presence of the Christians alive and well.”

In Bethlehem, where the Church of the Nativity marks where Jesus is said to have been born, Christians now make up barely a third of the population after centuries of being 80 percent of it. Emigration is the first option for anyone who has the opportunity, and there are large communities of Christian émigrés throughout the West to absorb them

And in Egypt, where 10 percent of the country is Coptic Christian, the prevalent religious discourse has drifted from what was considered to be a moderate Egyptian Islam toward a far less tolerant Saudi-branded Islam.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/13/world/middleeast/13christians.html?_r=2

You are PWNED, again, you lying mental defective.
 
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Except, the Christian population of Israel has expanded exponentially since 1947 to 250,000, one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East where Islamic countries forbid the practice of Christianity.

Prior to the advent of Islam, most of the Middle East was Christian. Under Islam, most Christians have been murdered or persecuted out of the region.

Thus, you either are lying or are embarrassingly uninformed or your mental disability is taking over, again, Forum Dunce..

"Christians Suffering Under Islam"
Daniel Schwammenthal: Bethlehem's Persecuted Christians - WSJ.com

Irrelevant. Israel has been driving Christians out of their homes and off their land since 1947.

I would like to see your source documenting this "exponential" expansion of Christians in Israel.

Your wrong, as always. Israel is the only country in the Arab Muslim Middle East that welcomes Christians.

New York Times...
Christians used to be a vital force in the Middle East. They dominated Lebanon and filled top jobs in the Palestinian movement. In Egypt, they were wealthy beyond their number. In Iraq, they packed the universities and professions. Across the region, their orientation was a vital link to the West, a counterpoint to prevailing trends.

But as Pope Benedict XVI wends his way across the Holy Land this week, he is addressing a dwindling and threatened Christian population driven to emigration by political violence, lack of economic opportunity and the rise of radical Islam. A region that a century ago was 20 percent Christian is about 5 percent today and dropping.

Local Christians are torn between sounding the alarm and staying mum, unsure whether attention will reduce the problem or aggravate it by driving out those who remain.

With Islam pushing aside nationalism as the central force behind the politics of identity, Christians who played important roles in various national struggles find themselves left out. And since Islamic culture, especially in its more fundamental stripes, often defines itself in contrast to the West, Christianity has in some places been relegated to an enemy — or least foreign — culture.

A century ago there were millions of Christians in what is today Turkey; now there are 150,000. There is a house in Turkey where the Virgin Mary is believed to have spent her last days, yet the country’s National Assembly and military have no Christian members or officers except temporary recruits doing mandatory service. Violence against Christians has risen.

Among Palestinians, Islam is also playing an unprecedented role in defining identity, especially in Gaza, ruled by Hamas. Benedict’s arrival in Jerusalem on Monday prompted a radical member of the legislature in Gaza to call on Arab governments not to greet him because of his contentious remark in 2006 regarding the Prophet Muhammad.

Rafiq Husseini, the chief of staff of President Mahmoud Abbas’s office, said of the exodus of Christians: “It is a very negative thing if it continues to happen. Our task, from the president downwards, is to keep the presence of the Christians alive and well.”

In Bethlehem, where the Church of the Nativity marks where Jesus is said to have been born, Christians now make up barely a third of the population after centuries of being 80 percent of it. Emigration is the first option for anyone who has the opportunity, and there are large communities of Christian émigrés throughout the West to absorb them

And in Egypt, where 10 percent of the country is Coptic Christian, the prevalent religious discourse has drifted from what was considered to be a moderate Egyptian Islam toward a far less tolerant Saudi-branded Islam.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/13/world/middleeast/13christians.html?_r=2

You are PWNED, again, you lying mental defective.

What does that have to do to the fact that Israel has always expelled Christians and continues to do so today.
 

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Irrelevant. Israel has been driving Christians out of their homes and off their land since 1947.

I would like to see your source documenting this "exponential" expansion of Christians in Israel.

Your wrong, as always. Israel is the only country in the Arab Muslim Middle East that welcomes Christians.

New York Times...
Christians used to be a vital force in the Middle East. They dominated Lebanon and filled top jobs in the Palestinian movement. In Egypt, they were wealthy beyond their number. In Iraq, they packed the universities and professions. Across the region, their orientation was a vital link to the West, a counterpoint to prevailing trends.

But as Pope Benedict XVI wends his way across the Holy Land this week, he is addressing a dwindling and threatened Christian population driven to emigration by political violence, lack of economic opportunity and the rise of radical Islam. A region that a century ago was 20 percent Christian is about 5 percent today and dropping.

Local Christians are torn between sounding the alarm and staying mum, unsure whether attention will reduce the problem or aggravate it by driving out those who remain.

With Islam pushing aside nationalism as the central force behind the politics of identity, Christians who played important roles in various national struggles find themselves left out. And since Islamic culture, especially in its more fundamental stripes, often defines itself in contrast to the West, Christianity has in some places been relegated to an enemy — or least foreign — culture.

A century ago there were millions of Christians in what is today Turkey; now there are 150,000. There is a house in Turkey where the Virgin Mary is believed to have spent her last days, yet the country’s National Assembly and military have no Christian members or officers except temporary recruits doing mandatory service. Violence against Christians has risen.

Among Palestinians, Islam is also playing an unprecedented role in defining identity, especially in Gaza, ruled by Hamas. Benedict’s arrival in Jerusalem on Monday prompted a radical member of the legislature in Gaza to call on Arab governments not to greet him because of his contentious remark in 2006 regarding the Prophet Muhammad.

Rafiq Husseini, the chief of staff of President Mahmoud Abbas’s office, said of the exodus of Christians: “It is a very negative thing if it continues to happen. Our task, from the president downwards, is to keep the presence of the Christians alive and well.”

In Bethlehem, where the Church of the Nativity marks where Jesus is said to have been born, Christians now make up barely a third of the population after centuries of being 80 percent of it. Emigration is the first option for anyone who has the opportunity, and there are large communities of Christian émigrés throughout the West to absorb them

And in Egypt, where 10 percent of the country is Coptic Christian, the prevalent religious discourse has drifted from what was considered to be a moderate Egyptian Islam toward a far less tolerant Saudi-branded Islam.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/13/world/middleeast/13christians.html?_r=2

You are PWNED, again, you lying mental defective.

What does that have to do to the fact that Israel has always expelled Christians and continues to do so today.

PWNED, again.
 
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It seems strange that Israel has been dispossessing, robbing, and killing Christians since 1947 yet Christians in the US support Israel.

Except, the Christian population of Israel has expanded exponentially since 1947 to 250,000, one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East where Islamic countries forbid the practice of Christianity.

Prior to the advent of Islam, most of the Middle East was Christian. Under Islam, most Christians have been murdered or persecuted out of the region.

Thus, you either are lying or are embarrassingly uninformed or your mental disability is taking over, again, Forum Dunce..

"Christians Suffering Under Islam"
Daniel Schwammenthal: Bethlehem's Persecuted Christians - WSJ.com

you are real moron and sick!
1-the largest christian community in ME are in Syria, and this community has growed 5 times since 70s!!

2- instead giving lessons about Islam, why you don't said that all pogroms and holaucaust were caused in the Christian Europe.

go wash your "religion of peace" before farting here.
 
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Illegal occupiers living on land they do not own and in homes constructed without architectural and engineering consultation should be torn down.

Palestine Mandate: Palestine Is The Jewish Homeland


You're PWNED, punkass.

So Christian homes are illegal and should be destroyed BUT russian settlements are legal and should be expanded :cuckoo:

you are a real pigheaded!

Illegally built Jewish-owned homes have been demolished by the Israeli government, as well,
LIAR :clap2:
illegal settlement are expanded despite the warning of US and UN.
furthermore; You agree the iSSraeli govt policy to expel christians from Jerusalem.
 

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So Christian homes are illegal and should be destroyed BUT russian settlements are legal and should be expanded :cuckoo:

you are a real pigheaded!

Illegally built Jewish-owned homes have been demolished by the Israeli government, as well,
LIAR :clap2:
illegal settlement are expanded despite the warning of US and UN.
furthermore; You agree the iSSraeli govt policy to expel christians from Jerusalem.

You are a paranoid schizophrenic.

The Jewish communities are entirely lawful and you cannot factually dispute me, pea-brain.
 

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It seems strange that Israel has been dispossessing, robbing, and killing Christians since 1947 yet Christians in the US support Israel.

Except, the Christian population of Israel has expanded exponentially since 1947 to 250,000, one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East where Islamic countries forbid the practice of Christianity.

Prior to the advent of Islam, most of the Middle East was Christian. Under Islam, most Christians have been murdered or persecuted out of the region.

Thus, you either are lying or are embarrassingly uninformed or your mental disability is taking over, again, Forum Dunce..

"Christians Suffering Under Islam"
Daniel Schwammenthal: Bethlehem's Persecuted Christians - WSJ.com

you are real moron and sick!
1-the largest christian community in ME are in Syria, and this community has growed 5 times since 70s!!

2- instead giving lessons about Islam, why you don't said that all pogroms and holaucaust were caused in the Christian Europe.

go wash your "religion of peace" before farting here.

I didn't say Israel has the largest Christian population, you paranoid schizophrenic. Aside from Syria and, perhaps, Lebanon, Christians are persecuted throughout the Muslim Middle East.

You also misspelled Holocaust, moron.

Take your medication, you sicko.
 
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Except, the Christian population of Israel has expanded exponentially since 1947 to 250,000, one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East where Islamic countries forbid the practice of Christianity.

Prior to the advent of Islam, most of the Middle East was Christian. Under Islam, most Christians have been murdered or persecuted out of the region.

Thus, you either are lying or are embarrassingly uninformed or your mental disability is taking over, again, Forum Dunce..

"Christians Suffering Under Islam"
Daniel Schwammenthal: Bethlehem's Persecuted Christians - WSJ.com

you are real moron and sick!
1-the largest christian community in ME are in Syria, and this community has growed 5 times since 70s!!

2- instead giving lessons about Islam, why you don't said that all pogroms and holaucaust were caused in the Christian Europe.

go wash your "religion of peace" before farting here.

I didn't say Israel has the largest Christian population, you paranoid schizophrenic. Aside from Syria and, perhaps, Lebanon, Christians are persecuted throughout the Muslim Middle East.

You also misspelled Holocaust, moron.

Take your medication, you sicko.

so everybody is persecuted;
millions of joos were killed by church then in pogroms and shoah, and you are pointed your finger on muslims... always muslims conspiration :lol:

moron, take this israeli toy to your godfather pat robertson
dildo-784046.JPG
 

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you are real moron and sick!
1-the largest christian community in ME are in Syria, and this community has growed 5 times since 70s!!

2- instead giving lessons about Islam, why you don't said that all pogroms and holaucaust were caused in the Christian Europe.

go wash your "religion of peace" before farting here.

I didn't say Israel has the largest Christian population, you paranoid schizophrenic. Aside from Syria and, perhaps, Lebanon, Christians are persecuted throughout the Muslim Middle East.

You also misspelled Holocaust, moron.

Take your medication, you sicko.

so everybody is persecuted;
millions of joos were killed by church then in pogroms and shoah, and you are pointed your finger on muslims... always muslims conspiration :lol:

moron, take this israeli toy to your godfather pat robertson
dildo-784046.JPG

You don't even know how to spell Holocaust or "Kuran", you illiterate scumbag.
 

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Illegal occupiers living on land they do not own and in homes constructed without architectural and engineering consultation should be torn down.

Palestine Mandate: Palestine Is The Jewish Homeland
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917 [Balfour Declaratoin], by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people

You're PWNED, punkass.

Pure, 100%. Israeli bull crap.
 
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I didn't say Israel has the largest Christian population, you paranoid schizophrenic. Aside from Syria and, perhaps, Lebanon, Christians are persecuted throughout the Muslim Middle East.

You also misspelled Holocaust, moron.

Take your medication, you sicko.

so everybody is persecuted;
millions of joos were killed by church then in pogroms and shoah, and you are pointed your finger on muslims... always muslims conspiration :lol:

moron, take this israeli toy to your godfather pat robertson

You don't even know how to spell Holocaust or "Kuran", you illiterate scumbag.

holocaust is christian made as christian expulsion and ukranian holocaust is jewish made.
read history.
 

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Illegal occupiers living on land they do not own and in homes constructed without architectural and engineering consultation should be torn down.

Palestine Mandate: Palestine Is The Jewish Homeland
Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917 [Balfour Declaratoin], by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people

You're PWNED, punkass.

Pure, 100%. Israeli bull crap.

The Palestine Mandate was UNANIMOUSLY ratified by the entire body of the League of Nations.

Pwning you is sooo easy.
 
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There is no international law which allow mandatory state to sell or give lands to foreign settlers.
 

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