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“Israel is the Jewish State, the nation-state of the Jewish people. But Israel is also home to Muslims, Christians, Ba’hais and so many others."
"What would happen to this less-than-a-square-mile if we weren't here? It would descend into horrible sectarian violence."
An embassy spokesman expressed the hope that the Russian authorities will not tolerate such statements any longer.
'The last time I was here, we stood together and looked at the burnt walls and the terrible graffiti. Today, I visit here again, and see the renewal of this historic, special, and holy place.'
'This will lead to new discrimination. It will reflect very negatively on minorities.'
According to the Egyptian scholar, while Mary will be Mohamed's "senior wife," the rest of his polygamous family will consist of “Asiya, the wife of the pharaoh; and Khadija bint Khuwaylid [the first wife of the Prophet]."
America's former envoy to Israel had plenty to say about the actions of his new president and PM Netanyahu.
The German regional court ruled the arsonists were carrying out a political statement against Israel, not an anti-Semitic hate crime.
By betraying the Jews of Israel, Christians are not only continuing a long history of anti-Semitism but also undermining tBy betraying the Jews of Israel, the world’s Christians are betraying the only state in the Middle East that protects Christians from extinction and are undermining their own heritage. heir own heritage.
The NY Times coverage of world affairs follows a familiar pattern: Christians and Jews do suffer, but hardly as much as Muslims and people of color, and their reporting reflects this view.
A new study says the Jewish people are the most educated religious group in the world.
While the US State Dept brought thousands of Muslim refugees into the US, the plight of Christians had been disregarded, Of 10000 Syrian refugees permitted into the US, only 56 were Christian
"We have a mission to convert Muslims to Christianity. We have a mission to convert the people of all the non-Christian religions [except] Judaism."
Efrat Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, formerly of New York, said the rabbis "acknowledge the positive theological status of the Christian faith."
Jeb Bush says U.S. should be more open to admitting Christians. Three Syrian Catholics, one Christian, and one Orthodox believer have arrived since October 1.
Twenty-five states have said "no" to Obama's plan to accept 10,000 refugees. In Israel, "Bujie" Herzog also wants them.
There is one problem with the Palestinian Authority version: The church was under renovations and was without electricity.
Many Christians have run away from the Palestinian Authority to pre-67 Israel, where they don't face Muslim and PA persecution.