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Church of Scotland Questions Right of Israel to Exist

Anti-Zionists have gone beyond the campaign to boycott Israel because of Jews in Judea and Samaria. Now, the Church of Scotland questions whether Jews even have a claim to Israel.

A Jewish boy wearing a kippa and holding an Israeli flag in Hebron.

Is Israel for Jews? A Jewish boy wearing a kippa and holding an Israeli flag in Hebron.
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The Church of Scotland has written a document that suggests that Jews may not have a valid claim to the Land of Israel because of an “increasing number of difficulties and current Israeli policies regarding the Palestinians.”

Local Jewish leaders are up in arms and fear that if the church adopts the document at its annual general assembly, it may be become official church policy, the London Jewish Chronicle reported.

The Church of Scotland’s annual general assembly is to vote on the 5,000-word report later this month,

If the proposed view passes the vote, it may become “the considered view of the Church,” a spokesperson told the newspaper.

The document is a “deliberate attempt to question Israel’s right to exist” and would be “very damaging to interfaith relations in Scotland and throughout Britain, a Jewish leader, who remained anonymous, told the Chronicle.

The report is entitled “The Promised Land” and concludes that Christians should reject the idea that Jews have an exclusive claim to the Land of Israel. It also opposes using the Bible to “settle contemporary conflicts over land.”

“On behalf of the Jewish community of Scotland, we call upon the Church to withdraw it from the forthcoming general assembly. If the Church cannot build bridges, can it at least refrain from burning them?” Ephraim Borowski, Scottish Council of Jewish Communities director told the London Jewish newspaper.

Board of Deputies vice-president Jonathan Arkush said, “The document …appears to have been produced with no consultation with the Scottish or national Jewish community. It is littered with misrepresentations of Jewish history, values and beliefs as well as basic factual errors.

“It is an ignorant and tendentious document masquerading as a theological statement. The Church has done a deep disservice to itself by producing a document without any regard to the trust, respect and dialogue on which interfaith relations should be based.”

The Chronicle said that the report states, “There has been a widespread assumption by many Christians as well as many Jewish people that the Bible supports an essentially Jewish state of Israel. This raises an increasing number of difficulties and current Israeli policies regarding the Palestinians have sharpened this questioning….

“The desire of many in the State of Israel to acquire the land of Palestine for the Jewish people is wrong. The fact that the land is currently being taken by settlement expansion, the separation barrier, house clearance, theft and force makes it doubly wrong to seek biblical sanction for this.”

The document urged the Church not only to back the boycott movement but also to lobby the British government to pressure Israel to deny the presence of Jews in Judea and Samaria.

Ed Kessler, founder director of the Woolf Institute which studies interfaith relations, told the newspaper that the report demonstrates “it is easier for Christians to condemn anti-Semitism as a misunderstanding of Christian teaching than to come to terms with the re-establishment of the Jewish state…

“The document fails to take seriously the concerns of both sides but has a partisan agenda — the promotion of Palestinian rights. Why is it so rare to find Christian organizations, let alone Jewish, which are both pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli? Blinkered views prevail.”

Sally Foster-Fulton, Convenor of the Church and Society Council, said, “The Church of Scotland chose the words of its report carefully to question and challenge not condemn or dismiss,” according to the Chronicle. “It cannot and will not shy away from difficult subjects nor from speaking the truth in love — otherwise how we will ever progress?”

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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96 Responses to “Church of Scotland Questions Right of Israel to Exist”

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  2. Yishai Kohen says:

    Action-reaction: The Church of Scotland has tangible interests here in OUR land: St. Andrew's Church in Jerusalem, The Scots Guest House in Jerusalem, The Tabeetha School in Yafo, The Scots Hotel in Tiberias, and others- not to mention the many pilgrims who come here. They want to play hardball? Fine. We can, and must, make them pay dearly for every anti-Israel move or motion.

    It is written in Mishlei (19:25): "לץ תכה ופתי יערים": "When thou smitest a scorner, the simple will become prudent". See what Rav Hutner wrote about the pasuk in Pachad Yitzhak, Purim (Ma'amar Aleph). The same applies here.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The church is correct. As of the moment the Jewish state was "proclaimed as an independent republic within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947", it rendered the historic Jewish homeland in all of Palestine to the history books.

    BTW The little boy in the photo is not in Israel. Why do Israelis endanger their young by placing them in non-Israeli territories?

  4. Anonymous says:

    BTW the poll on the page "Should Israel hang an Israeli flag on top of the Temple Mount (Har HaBayit) on Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day)? " misses one crucial point. Jerusalem is not the sovereign territory of Israel ( read UNSC res 476 ).

  5. Anonymous says:

    //"“The document fails to take seriously the concerns of both sides but has a partisan agenda — the promotion of Palestinian rights. Why is it so rare to find Christian organizations, let alone Jewish, which are both pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli? Blinkered views prevail.”"//.

    Uh? The Palestinians ask for their LEGAL rights under the Laws, UN Charter and relevant Conventions Israel agreed to uphold. The law does not fall in favour of those who break it, which according to the UNSC, is Israel. The "blinkered views" prevailing, are the views of those who'd rather ignore the law.

  6. Anonymous says:

    //"The document urged the Church not only to back the boycott movement but also to lobby the British government to pressure Israel to deny the presence of Jews in Judea and Samaria."//.

    A) It's officially named the West Bank. B) Under the laws and Conventions Israel agreed to uphold, it is prohibited for Jewish Israeli AND NON-Jewish Israelis to illegally settle in "territories occupied" (UNSC Res 446).

  7. Anonymous says:

    // “it is easier for Christians to condemn anti-Semitism as a misunderstanding of Christian teaching than to come to terms with the re-establishment of the Jewish state"//.

    What twaddle. The issue is Israel's ILLEGAL actions in "territories outside the State of Israel" http://pages.citebite.com/x1r0b4d1y6mkv none of which have ever been legally annexed to Israel. ( the acquisition of territory by war has been inadmissible since at least 1933 http://pages.citebite.com/y1f0t4q1v4son ).

  8. Anonymous says:

    //"It also opposes using the Bible to “settle contemporary conflicts over land.”"//.

    Rightly so. The State of Israel is bound to adhere to the UN Charter, International Law and Customary International Law.

    The State of Israel was declared and recognized according to UNGA res 181 “MY DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: I have the honor to notify you that the state of Israel has been proclaimed as an independent republic within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947, and that a provisional government has been charged to assume the rights and duties of government for preserving law and order within the boundaries of Israel, for defending the state against external aggression, and for discharging the obligations of Israel to the other nations of the world in accordance with international law. The Act of Independence will become effective at one minute after six o’clock on the evening of 14 May 1948, Washington time.” http://www.trumanlibrary.org/whistlestop/study_collections/israel/large/documents/newPDF/49.pdfhttp://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/2193961?uid=3737536&uid=2&uid=4&sid=21101452858741http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/43802115http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/commons/1950/apr/27/jordan-and-israel-government-decision.

  9. Gil Gilman says:

    The COS was feeling left out of the headlines. Their thinking? If you can call it that? "The rest of the world has no corner on the flummery market.

  10. These guys should stick to their national alcoholism and leave world affairs to the sober….

  11. Who owns the West Bank, otherwise known as Judea and Samaria? I think the last legal entity was the Ottoman Empire – not Israel and not Jordan before Israel. If the last legal entity was the Ottoman empire, than the area is techically "Disputed lands". If Disputed lands, Israelis are legally allowed to be on the lands, as well as Arabs legally allowed to be on the lands. No?

  12. The fact that the UN passed this resolution does not supersede what's written in the Torah.
    Yours is merely an opinion, like mine. History will show who's right.
    BTW Hebron is mentioned specifically in the Torah. It's where Abraham purchased land for burying Sarah. To say that Jews have no rights to be there is absurd. As far as Israelis endangering their young, compare their effort to settle their homeland to the Arabs' sending their children to blow themselves up, after indoctrinating them to hate, hate, hate.

  13. Officially? There are lots of officials in this world…

    Also, whether the territories are "occupied" is a matter of opinion. Israel maintains they're "disputed". Your assumptions are merely that: assumptions.

  14. Eran Spiro says:

    The Little boy is in Israel, Why don't you visit and find out?

  15. Eran Spiro says:

    Tax the church property!

  16. As it says in the resolution above, Israel has a right to defend itself against external (Arab) aggression (that has been a constant since day 1). The UN abandoned Israel long ago by refusing to consider its need to defend itself. Instead, this useless body has consistently seen only one side of the conflict by condemning only Israel. Why, therefore, should Israel adhere to its resolutions?

  17. Brian Fink says:

    Of course the territory is disputed. Israel captured it from Jordan which has since ceded all claims. Before that it was held by the British under Mandate which was surrendered and prior to that it was part of the now defunct Ottoman Empire for 400 years. So it has never been part of 'Palestine' as no such legal entity has ever existed. Unfortunately, Scots seem to have a real problem with Jews as there has been a spate of anti-Israel/antisemitic stories recently from north of the border. If Scotland gains independence from the UK, what future will Scottish Jews have?

  18. Dan Steeves says:

    The State of Israel and the people of Israel are not the same. The State of Israel is democratic and political and reject the God of ancient Israel which was a theocracy. If the citizens of modern Israel are truly God's people why did not God save their ancestors from the Roman invasion and the devastation of Jerusalem and its temple? Good question. And the answer is? Jesus words in Matthew 23:37,38.

  19. Bottenlöst, kyrkan förnekar sig alltid.

  20. Kyrkan förråder sig själv och Yeshua, hur skall det kännas för dessa när Messias.
    kommer till Oljeberget I Jerusalem och inte till London.

  21. Jan Zollars says:

    Wow, with the horrific history of Scotland and the British Isles in general, they have a lot of chutzpah!

  22. As a Christian I am DUMFOUNDED. If Christianity moves away from Biblical truth – yes Jewish history how can they call themselves Christian. Jesus Christ was, is & always be born a Jew. Of Jewish lineage. Born in ISRAEL. He came to the Jews first. There were no Catholics, nor Prodestants. Oh well, they will all be answerable to GOD ALMIGHTY.

  23. The U.N. resolutions referred to were superseded by Arab aggression, not to mention the fact that the Arabs never accepted these resolutions to begin with. Israel accepted for its part but the conditions were modified by Arab unwillingness to live in peace, which resulted in invasions. The U.N. has consistently refused to intervene, so long as there was a chance the Israelis would be beaten. When that providentially fails to materialize, they're quick to jump in to help the poor, downtrodden Arab aggressors. What insane hypocrisy!

  24. true as the sun and the moon!

  25. Bets Jansen says:

    The church supports Vanunu.

  26. What did you say?

  27. Ephraim Bander says:

    I will bless those who bless you and CURSE those who curse you. This is great. Let them dig their own anti semetic graves.

  28. Jay Sprueill says:

    The top official that determined where the seed of Abraham could live is GOD. Now I am a Scott but I am a Christain first, and I personaly trust in the WORD of GOD.

  29. seriously who cares what the church thinks…they are guilty of crimes against humanity for hundreds of years.

  30. Stewart Winter-Jaffey says:

    Who the hell are they and who really cares what they think. Most of the world is against us anyways and are obsessed with all that we do or say..so if the Church of Scotland has a problem with us, tell them to stand in line with the rest of the nations or STFU!

  31. Philippe Assouline says:

    The UN resolution was rejected by the Arab "leaders" who now whine of statelessness… and as a GA resolution is not binding. The Mandate system pursuant to the League of Nations endorsement of San Remo IS however binding. That gives Israel a claim to all the territory under dispute. It withdrawals are concessions, not due.

  32. Ahron Ebert says:

    But there are now millions of Jews living in Eretz Yisroel. What do the Scots want to do with them.

    Arceologist have found that Scottish soldiers were involed in the Chorbin. The are contiuning that war.

    When will Scottish people leave Canada since there presents has created disputes with the Natives.

  33. Ahron Ebert says:

    But there are now millions of Jews living in Eretz Yisroel. What do the Scots want to do with them.

    Arceologist have found that Scottish soldiers were involed in the Chorbin. The are contiuning that war.

    When will Scottish people leave Canada since there presents has created disputes with the Natives.

  34. Joe Newman says:

    They apparently believe that God is a liar whose word is worthless– what part of God's multiple statements to Israel that his covenant with them is "eternal" and "everlasting" do they not get, as well as the multiple statements via the Prophets about how the remnant of Israel has not been forgotten by Him and we will return with Him to our home?

  35. Because you are wrong. Israel did not proclaim the General Assembly Resolution as our borders. Those were illegal according the UN Charter.

    Our legal border is the Jordan River and the illegal Arab colonists need to be deported

  36. Because you are wrong. Israel did not proclaim the General Assembly Resolution as our borders. Those were illegal according the UN Charter.

    Our legal border is the Jordan River and the illegal Arab colonists need to be deported

  37. Liar – it has never had that as an official designation. It is official known as Judea and Samaria.

    The UN has no authority over any part of the land

  38. Nanette CohenRayman says:

    I question the right of Scotland and THE CHURCH to exist and for the church to be anywhere in Israel.

  39. For the first time in my life, I believe that I am ashamed of my family name, McPherson.

  40. The United Nations resolution of 1947 was the selling of the Jewish people to the Arabs.
    The Palestinians had aleady 80-85% of Palestine from 1920 in there hands. And in 1947 the UN did samething, by dividing that litle pc that was left again to give the Palestinians some more of Palestine.

  41. israel é do povo judeu, hoje. vejam as profécias : zac. e isaias.

  42. israel é do povo judeu, hoje. vejam as profécias : zac. e isaias.

  43. It is ironic that the Scottish Church not only rejects one the main theme of the Old Testament the relationship of the people of Israel to the Land of Israel, it also rejects the Koran which also acknowledges the relationship between Bene Israel and the Land of Israel.

    It is one thing to worship at the altar of political correctness, and another to flush the Bible. This also flushes all the rights of all the many countries that were based on the San Remo Treaty.

    I hope they reconsider this as it will not help create an atmosphere that can help either Palestinians or Jews to deny either the Biblical or historical ties of the Jewish people to the Land.

  44. Anonymous says:

    Exactly. Make the stupid Scots pay for being stupid. And keep close watch on the Church of England, too.

  45. The Israeli's don't teach their children to hate and blow others up. The Jewish home land can be found in history books prior to 1948. The ignorant refuse to do the research!

  46. The scottish idiots should mind their own racist business and make kilts. Israel is the land of the Jewish people and many gentiles will never accept it because they are jealous of us and expect us to be persecuted and without a country. We got our land back and you scottish morons can kiss my ass. My Israel defend and destroy all her enemies.

  47. David Orcutt says:

    The Church Of Scotland needs to read

  48. David Orcutt says:

    The Church of Scotland needs to read their own Bible, God's word. god gave that land to Israel. God never took back his promise. God loves the Palastinians and the Jews. But when you oppose God you are fighting a loosing cause. A Christian church that opposes the Bible for what it says is a very twisted view of the Christian faith. Anyone honest concerning what is going on can clearly see that Israel is not the aggressor, and IS NOT THE OCCUPIER. The world community has believed one of the BIGGEST lies of all time. If the Bible is just a book written by man, you can make up anything you want, you can rewrite history or do whatever you like. BUT, IF THE BIBLE IS GOD'S WORD, THAT IS A VERY FRIGHTENING PLACE TO BE. May the creator of all things open the eyes of the Church of Scotland.

  49. Louise Angus says:

    As a Christian I am both appalled and saddened that any Christian church would write and advocate such things. It casts a shadow and can sour Israeli Christian relations. I hope that one bad apple doesn't spoil the whole bunch. I don't stand in any way with what the Church of Scotland is saying about Jewish claims in Israel.

  50. Yechiel Baum says:

    The church of scotland should retire to Ugana since Idi Imin claimed to be the King of Scotland. Poor charlie, he cant be a prince over nothing anymore.

  51. Yechiel Baum says:

    The church of scotland should retire to Ugana since Idi Imin claimed to be the King of Scotland. Poor charlie, he cant be a prince over nothing anymore.

  52. Ron Kall says:

    talknic is not worth debating. You can't occupy territory that does not belong to another country! These territories are disputed and anyone has as much right to be there as another! Jordan occupied parts of Israel after the 1948 war and then lost it in the '67 war and of course, for the 19 years it was "occupied by the arab Jordanians, there was no such people called Palestinians!

  53. Israel doesn't need a particular claim to be a nation. It is already a nation. I believe that God brought the people back and placed them in this Land, and this is continuing. But it already exists as a nation, whatever I believe or don't believe. Israel has fought for survival and is still fighting for suvival. Continuously. This document assumes that Israel is treacherous, and aggressive, etc. etc. and grounds for Israel to be dispossed not only from the West Bank, but also from its own land. I don't believe other nations are dealt with this way. Only Israel is dealt with this way, using theological, grounds, which are not only false, but also permeable to the so much evil and false thinking. Israel is treated not as a nation that exists but as some theological construct of mind. But Israel does not think of itself that way. I am totally of the belief that God has brought the people back to the Land, and that if God would open our eyes we would see the the horsemen and chariots of fire in the skies round about us, as they were of Elisha and the young man. But that is totally congruent with my eyes looking up and seeing Israeli planes off the shores of Syria and missiles smash convoys or installations for chemicals and delivery systems. This document is another form of warfare, and my hopes and prayers is that the good people of the Scottish Church will reject it totally if it ever comes up to their General Assembly.

  54. Also to be noted, this is not a document of the Scottish Church. This is a document within the Scottish Church hoping to bring the whole Church over to its way of thinking at its General Assembly. The more "traditional" recent thought of the Church was as expressed, "A land without a people, for a people without a land". This is too simplistic, but nevertheless, shows the until recent approach of many or most of the Scottish Church.

  55. Dan,

    Yes, God did not save His people from the devastations and disasters, but he did promise to bring them back.' He that scatterth Israel, will gather…". Also, failure, and abandonment, derision, and rejection is no indication of rebuke from God, It seems you are a believer in the New Testament. Jesus said no man takes my life from me, I lay it down of my own accord, Yet, on the cross, the he heard words indicating his "failure", He saved others, he can't save himself?", If you are the Son of God come down and we will believe. Job likewise, suffered much disaster. His friends justified all this accusing him as being the cause of all these, But God shut them up and forgave them only at the prayer of Job for them.

  56. Elvin Tarud says:

    Many people in the world believe that the Palestinian Fairytale is a true story… In that story there is no place for Israel…(Norwegian link).
    https://tarud.wordpress.com/

  57. I would call it previously occupied Jordanian land.

  58. Anonymous says:

    As an agnostic Scot I can only agree with the stand taken by my national church. Zionist claims on the West Bank are based entirely on biblical sources. No serious scholars of the ancient near east regard the Bible as an historical record, it is mythos not logos. The same goes for Zionist claims to the rest of historic Palestine. This has to be said.

  59. The Roman empire in 70 A.D FACTUALLY defeated Israel and destroyed the temple in Israel. I CAN PROVE THAT. I will give you a link that shows the Roman arch that was built to commemorate the victory. It still stands today in Rome. It even shows the Roman soldiers with booty taken from the temple. It shows a menora candle stand very prominently in the picture. Fact is that Israel did exist and had their temple just as the Bible claims and the Roman empire who hated Israel is used by God today to show proof of their existance that pre-dated the religion of Islam by hundreds of years. Here is the link: http://www.scholarscorner.com/museums/titus.htm If your a fair minded person, it is tough to argue with proof like this.

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