Maybe What We in the West Need is a Bit of Historical Perspective About Palestine/Israel

via TM Law on the facebook

Maybe we wouldn’t be so happy if we were being systematically displaced and our homes stolen and our land robbed from us and our future dim as dirty dishwater. Maybe, just maybe, we would act violently if we were being exterminated.

By no means am I justifying violence. I HATE WAR- for any reason. But I also HATE the fact that people are being forcibly removed from their homes and no one in Washington gives a flying flip. IT’S IMMORAL.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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4 Responses to Maybe What We in the West Need is a Bit of Historical Perspective About Palestine/Israel

  1. Joe Zias says:

    Not true Jordan annexed the West Bank shortly after 1948 war. Jrsm was supposed to be international city open to all, we agreed, they didn’t

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  2. wken says:

    Side note: There exist Christian Palestinians. If Christians are going to pick sides in the fight, shouldn’t we at least pick our brothers and sisters, rather than the people who are committing acts of persecution?

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  3. Jordan Wilson says:

    Those in the west who are truly concerned would lead by example and give back the land they took from the native americans.

    Jim this has been going on everywhere forever. The only time the conquerer let the conquered return was the babylonians, and look how that turned out for them!

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  4. I agree with you! Americans resonate with the Israelis similar use of “manifest destiny,” which I find appalling.

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