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.American Free Press
.Vol IX .#7 February 16,

Page 14, AMERICAN FREE PRESS * February 16, 2009 * Issue 7

Menacing Warning
from Top Israeli:
Christ's Crucifixion and
Burial Site Will Be Bombed*

By Mark Glenn

.Benjamin Netanyahu—who may well be Israel’s next prime minister at a time of unprecedented tension between the various players in the Middle East—is predicting with all the confidence of a seasoned Gypsy fortune teller that “al Qaeda” plans to destroy the burial site of Jesus Christ, located in Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
Offering no proof that such a plan is afoot other than crowing over his “accuracy” in predicting the attacks on the Twin Towers six years before 9-11, nevertheless Netanyahu is quoted saying that “radical Islam” will attack the “symbolic heart of the Christian religion,” resulting in a “chain reaction we can’t even envision” and “an escalation of religious conflict above and beyond the regional conflict we have now. . . .”
This is the same Netanyahu who—immediately after the attacks of 9-11 resulting in the deaths of nearly 3,000 Americans—was quoted saying the terror attacks were “very good” in that they would generate “immediate sympathy for Israel.” He reiterated these feelings in 2008 while speaking at Bar Ilan University in Israel where he was quoted saying that Israel “benefited” from the 9-11 attacks as well as the war in Iraq, adding that these events “swung American public opinion in our favor.”
To those who have studied Israel’s history of terrorism and false flag attacks in achieving her goals over the last half century, including (but not limited to) her deliberate murder of 34 Americans serving aboard the USS Liberty, the Marine barracks bombing in Lebanon in 1983 and the mother of them all, 9-11, Netanyahu’s latest statement should be seen not as a prediction but as a threat. Using coded language, he is revealing that destruction of Christendom’s holiest site is part of a carefully planned Mossad operation. Mossad’s motto is “By way of deception, thou shalt do war.” Netanyahu and his associates in Israel are hoping to lay the psychological expectation for such an event to take place, at which point Israel gets credit for her amazing powers of clairvoyance when indeed it does happen by her own machinations. Following such an event, she would then be able to wave a finger in the face of the Christian world, shake her head disapprovingly and say, “Should have listened to your elder brothers when it comes to these Islamic terrorists. Better luck next time.”
The fact that Netanyahu would make such a prediction when not the slightest indication exists that such a thing would even be possible—given Islam’s inherent reverence for Christian churches—indicates he knows much more about this upcoming terrorist attack than he is letting on.
Destroying or deliberately damaging Christian churches is expressly forbidden in Islam. Beginning as far back as A.D. 636 with the Treaty of Jerusalem signed by the Christian community there and Caliph Omar, commander of the Muslim forces who took the city, the Muslims promised under the “assurity of God” that Christians would receive “safe conduct” for their persons, property, and churches, that their churches “shall neither be used by us as dwellings nor destroyed,” that “no constraint” would be exercised against them in religion, nor shall “any harm be done to any of them.” The obvious proof the Muslims were good to their word is the fact that scattered throughout the Holy Land are hundreds of Christian churches and shrines to this day, still in good repair and a blatant contradiction to the propaganda being spewed these days about “intolerant Islam.”
In fact, even long before the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Israel was working tirelessly to foment its long-desired “clash of civilizations” between the Christian and Muslim worlds for Israel’s benefit. Given that Israel sees both as organic enemies to her stated aspirations of world domination, what better circumstances could exist than that the two mutually destroy each other, leaving the lion’s share of the world’s wealth and resources easy pickings for the Jewish state?
Israel’s choice of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher as the target of her intended false flag operation is not random. This location is considered by Christians to be their holiest shrine, where with powerful emotion they recall Jesus’ sham trial and subsequent crucifixion and death at the hands of Jewish thugs 2,000 years ago. There are other significant factors associated with it as well.
Of all the Christian holy places most reviled by Judaism (the only possible exception being St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome) the location in Jerusalem marking the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is certainly at the top.With the murder of Jesus Christ, the Jewish leadership believed this troublesome revolution against Jewish supremacism led by some upstart Galilean carpenter was finished. The “mopping up” operations followed shortly thereafter when these leaders and those under their powerful sway swore an oath not to eat or drink until “The Way” had been eradicated and its adherents exterminated.
Having obviously failed in these endeavors, Judaism’s position from that moment forward concerning the person of Jesus Christ and his anti-Judaic movement has been anything but complimentary. Within Jewish society in general He is commonly referred to as “Yoshke” (the village idiot) while within the pages of the Talmud and other Jewish “holy” books He is depicted as a mamzer (bastard) born of an illicit union between a menstruating prostitute named Miriam and a Roman centurion named Pantera. Besides these, He is also called a sorcerer, a sexual deviant, a collaborator with the occupying Romans and a false prophet.
Therefore, the fact that Christianity not only survived Judaism’s various pogroms and persecutions aimed at its extermination, but has flourished for 2,000 years as the world’s largest religion playing an important role in world affairs has been an unbearable thorn in the eye of Zionism’s forefathers and her caretakers today. This being the case, if there is any church Israel would love to see destroyed first in her process of “Judaizing” Jerusalem (as the process is referred to presently) it is the Church of the Resurrection that commemorates Jesus’ eternal character.
Those who chalk up all of this talk of hatred for all things Christian to the typical business of “anti-Semitism” should look at recent history as well. Despite Theodore Herzl’s promises to Pope Pius X that Christian sites in Palestine would be “protected” by the Jews, the fact is nevertheless that “cleansing” the Jewish state of Christian vestiges has been one of Israel’s most important goals even before her official founding in 1948. Over the last century, Jewish attacks on Christian churches (and particularly during times of conflict with the Palestinians, when the “fog of war” could be used as a semi-believable excuse) have been all too common. Mimicking the behavior of their Bolshevik cousins from previous decades, the Zionists have on occasions too numerous to count (and certainly more numerous than revealed by false prophets such as John Hagee and others) firebombed, shelled, and mortared many Christian churches throughout the Holy Land. Those not destroyed were treated with open contempt, being vandalized and, in many cases, having human feces smeared over the walls, altars, icons and statues.
In one instance when the Christian patriarch in Jerusalem—speaking as a representative of the Vatican —complained about Jewish abuse of the Christians of Palestine, Israel (through one of her intermediaries) responded with “Your pope is a foolish man. If he has an army, let him send it.” Recently a Christian teenager in Israel was almost killed when a package sent to his home by Jewish extremists associated with terrorist groups Kach and the Jewish Defense League exploded. In 2007 Jewish terrorists set a Christian church on fire in Jerusalem. In March 2006, a Jewish couple—pretending to be Christian pilgrims—entered the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth (Jesus’ hometown) pushing a baby carriage filled with explosives with the obvious intention of killing scores of Christians. They were attacked and subdued by the church-goers before they could carry out their plans. Although hundreds of similar events have been chronicled, little (if any) attention is paid to it by the Jewish press in America for fear of losing American support for the Jewish state. People throughout the world must be alarmed at Netanyahu’s recent “prediction” and understand that it is an indicator of what has been planned by the Jewish state.
People throughout the world must be alarmed at Netanyahu’s recent “prediction” and understand that it is an indicator of what has been planned by the Jewish state.

*This article was originally listed in the American Free Press with a misprint in the title: "Menacing Warning from Top Israeli: Christ's Birthplace Will Be Bombed." Actually Christians believe the birthplace was the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, not the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.

. . ..A former schoolteacher fluent in several languages, Mark Glenn is a prolific writer whose provocative essays have been published worldwide. He and his wife Vicki and their eight children maintain a ranch in northern Idaho. His book, No Beauty in the Beast, can be ordered from TBR BOOK CLUB (1-877-773-9077) for $22 ppd.
Mr. Glenn is a committed Christian who wishes to promote racial and religious harmony. The reproduction of his articles at America First Books in no way implies that he agrees with various views stated by the publisher in such areas as his religious crisis, environmental vs. genetic, or mutualism vs. parasitism discussions.

(Issue #7, February 16, 2009, AMERICAN FREE PRESS)

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