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Christ at the Checkpoint and Attempting to Create a False Narrative


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Yishai talks about the ongoing narrative war within Israel and how it is extremely conflicted. To elaborate and present an alternative, Christian version, he is joined by Christian Zionist and Israel activist Brian Schrauger. They talk about a new narrative that is has become more prevalent in the Christian world that paints “Christ at the Checkpoint” and is designed to create anti-Israel sentiment within the evangelical Christian world. Be sure to listen in and get informed!

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About the Author: Moshe Herman has been actively involved in Israel activism since founding the first pro-Israel student organization at Boise State University in 2007. He has been a member of several panels and discussion groups with topics ranging from interfaith dialogue in the Middle East to Israel’s importance as a Jewish state. Herman joined The Yishai Fleisher Show at the beginning of 2012 and currently resides in Jerusalem after making Aliyah in July 2013.


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55 Responses to “Christ at the Checkpoint and Attempting to Create a False Narrative”

  1. Guy Peters says:

    The ” palis” try to play on anti-Semitics &: those who can be manipulated by their idiotic antiJewish crapola seeking to make enmity between Christians & Jews , by the false Jews killed Jesus crap. More antisemitism , more lies. The only solution to the conflict between the bogus ” palis” and ISRAEL is to expose them for the fascist neo nazis they are & expell them from ISRAEL to Jordan ,where they are citizens & where they belong- out of ISRAEL !

  2. Can we please take this with a grain of salt, stay on our toes, that kind of thing?

  3. Mary Mauldin says:

    Most non-denominational Churches know that “Christ at the Checkpoint” is terribly anti-Israel and their motives have been unmasked.

  4. all false idols should be taken out of Israel! shalom!

  5. weird bunch,don’t they know Christ was a jew

  6. Don Hansen says:

    Millions of Christians LOVE isreal, those that don’t are in trouble.

  7. “Love Israel” “Love Jews” translation-convert Israelis and Jews to pagan Christians. This has been the history of Christianity for long over 1000 years. Convert or kill with lying in between. Christians out of Israel.

  8. Thomas Lundh says:

    The segment about Christ at the Checkpoint made me furious! How can our christian brothers and sisters believe that crap? We should all stand united with Israel!

  9. Audrey Wood says:

    WOW FROM CANADA———- .YOU CAN SAY THAT AGAIN .. WE LOVE HER WITH ALL OUR HEARTS …AND WE PRAY .. FATHER GOD PLEASE KEEP ISRAEL AND ALL HER PEOPLE SAFE —- AND PLEASE FATHER GOD GIVE HER LOTS OF BLESSINGS .. AMEN … LOTS OF LOVE TO ALL OUR CHRISTIAN AND JEWISH BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHRIST … HUG HUG HUG HUG HUG HUG HUG ……. 7 HUGS BECAUS 7 IS A GOOD BIBLE NOMBER …

  10. Hank Lukas says:

    For thoses who love israel, Israel is a Jewish Nation, Do you still love Israel?

  11. Hank Lukas says:

    He was a Rabbi, and the last supper was the Passover Sedar. He ate mazoh.

  12. ISRAEL LOVE CHRISTIANS JESUS IS JEW WE ARE FAMILY TOO!!

  13. I don’t know where you’re getting your information from but Jesus was Muslim, and if you don’t trust my word all you need to do is ask any Palestinian.

  14. I do love Izrael with all my heart !
    I don’t love Croatia less where I was born, and tha does not take aw

  15. Away love for Canada, country where I live

  16. Christians love Israel, but they pick what they want from Torah, adapt the knowledge to there own needs and with that they make a religion,..

  17. Christians and all other religions! We, the Jews, do not need your love and do not care for your hate! We are on our own and love it! The best you can do is to respect us and our right to be us!

  18. OH MY!!! Many Jewish people Believe inYashua!! I have gone to Israel ,Many times!! Many Rabbi friends! You sure don’t speak like most I know< And glad many in the USA, Support your beautiful land!! Never heard of anyone wanting you to be any different????

  19. OH MY!!! Many Jewish people Believe inYashua!! I have gone to Israel ,Many times!! Many Rabbi friends! You sure don’t speak like most I know< And glad many in the USA, Support your beautiful land!! Never heard of anyone wanting you to be any different????

  20. Hashem has restored my Hebrew identity about 5 years ago! I’m a jew from spain that my ancestors went to mexico during the inquisition! shalom!

  21. Hashem has restored my Hebrew identity about 5 years ago! I’m a jew from spain that my ancestors went to mexico during the inquisition! shalom!

  22. Rose, I don’t care whether somebody different or not. I am open and friendly to people of all denominations, unless they want to do spiritual or physical harm to the others. Concerning Jewish people “who believs in Yoshka ( that is how we the Jews call him), in my opinion they are either foolish or sick, but I have hope that they will get smarter or will be cured!

  23. Rose, I don’t care whether somebody different or not. I am open and friendly to people of all denominations, unless they want to do spiritual or physical harm to the others. Concerning Jewish people “who believs in Yoshka ( that is how we the Jews call him), in my opinion they are either foolish or sick, but I have hope that they will get smarter or will be cured!

  24. your talking about Christians right? because that’s what they do, and twist scriptures around and make up new ones! youtube–Rabbi Skobac- jews for Judaism..

  25. your talking about Christians right? because that’s what they do, and twist scriptures around and make up new ones! youtube–Rabbi Skobac- jews for Judaism..

  26. Jesse Long says:

    Victoria Livshutz and Israel Escobedo, you are both against YAHWEH EL ELOHIM and He will not permit you to enter into His Kingdom for your wickedness and your rejection of His One and Only Born Son YAHASHUA HA’MASHICAH. Argue otherwise and you will only confirm that you have betrayed the Creator.

  27. Jesse Long says:

    Victoria Livshutz and Israel Escobedo, you are both against YAHWEH EL ELOHIM and He will not permit you to enter into His Kingdom for your wickedness and your rejection of His One and Only Born Son YAHASHUA HA’MASHICAH. Argue otherwise and you will only confirm that you have betrayed the Creator.

  28. Jesse Long says:

    You two are also no better than Christ at the Checkpoint with your wicked deeds.

  29. Jesse Long says:

    I know where you got your information from and it certainly was NOT from the Jewish-Christian Holy Scriptures, let alone from YAHWEH EL ELOHIM, the Creator Himself, משה חסון !

  30. Jesse Long says:

    I know where you got your information from and it certainly was NOT from the Jewish-Christian Holy Scriptures, let alone from YAHWEH EL ELOHIM, the Creator Himself, משה חסון !

  31. Stephen Boak says:

    By what I heard of the Christ at the Checkpoint, is that it was a conference run by Anti-Zionist Christians, which are also anti Israel, like the speaker Steven Sizer, Gary Burge & Others, not any one of them show a Love for Israel, or her right to defend herself, there are however Christians opposed to the Anti-Zionist Groups within their own, as they stand in Defense of Israel. This Pic being used, looks like those opposing the Anti-Zionist Christians, linked to the Christ at the Checkpoint.. Australia has its own Stephen Sizer wannabe by the name of Craig Nielsen, have found him even in Biblical error of what his book promotes, many of those who would be at Christ at the Checkpoint, all seem to carry the same characteristics claiming Neturei Karta are the True Jews of Israel, of what they proclaim, such a claim is unfounded, an misleading. I agree all false idols have to be removed, but before any idol is taken down, you have to tackle the heart that holds it in Higher Esteem, to show them the error of their ways.

  32. Oy, vey, Jesse, I am s-o-o-o-o scared! :) you wa your only hope is a new Crusade or In

  33. Jesse, in order to convert me or Israel, try to gather a new Crusade or install the inquisition! However you may be disappointed as many before you – IT WILL NOT WORK! And, please, don’t worry about our relationship with Hashem the Almighty! And please, don’t make me laugh when you call Yoshka – Mashiach. :)

  34. He was not a Rabbi, he was a yeshiva dropout! :)

  35. yes!! G-DS PEOPLE!!

  36. Israel, I am happy for you coming back home, to your truth roots! I was born in former USSR and was raised atheist. After emigrating to USA 25 years ago, I had a chance to learn about Judaism and made Tchuva.

  37. Israel, I am happy for you coming back home, to your truth roots! I was born in former USSR and was raised atheist. After emigrating to USA 25 years ago, I had a chance to learn about Judaism and made Tchuva.

  38. I asked a Palestinian!!! Most I talked to, in Israel>>>> Believed he was the son of G_D!!, But the best teacher ever NOT A RABBI !! Isaiah 53 Told me to read!!! A decendent>> Of KING DAVID!!!

  39. Gone to Many classes ON HEBREW!Very sad to hear this bitterness!! I really am saddened by this!! I do not know anyone> who believes” THE JEWS KILLED JESUS”>>>Without the Torah.. NO believers !!!! Where are you hearing this nonsence!!! Taught to always honor the Jewish people!! RAISED AN ATHIEST!!!

  40. Why the **** should be considered Jesus-Christ more son of God than anyone of us? Just because Christians say so? Don’t flip out, stay as more strict as possible to the Torah, will be better for you all,,.

  41. Tony Vergara says:

    By the grace of God, He teached me to love all jewish no matter what. Shalom!

  42. Rob Illman says:

    the vatican murdering bastards are not christians and never were

  43. Lynne Horner says:

    There will be Christean’s and christean’s that say they are but really are not, they believe in the would and not Christ Jesus ,they say they do ,these christean like to twist the word to conform to this world to justify there sin in there lives, they don;t like to stand alone,these christean like to stand with the crowd.. A true Christean will never throw the Jewish country under the bus or the Jewish people always stand for Christ Jesus and never conform to this world and its ungodliness ,ONLY TRUTH

  44. Yori Mendel says:

    Good, love it elsewhere.

  45. Israel and ALL Israelis and Jews need to get this straight and understand: ALL Bible-believing (both New AND Old Testaments) born-again trusting Y’shua ALONE as our Meshiach REAL Christians (Roman Catholicism and most “mainline” denominations do NOT meet this definition) SUPPORT, DEFEND, AND LOVE ISRAEL! We are on the frontlines here in the USSA and around the world lobbying our governments CONTINUALLY to do the same. Any HONEST Jewish observer willing to investigate this will KNOW it is true! http://www.jewsforjesus.org

  46. Jean Perles says:

    Jean Perles

    Israel is God Almighty’s land
    Israel belongs to GOD given by GOD to the jews

  47. Artur Dvořák says:

    Victoria, if someone decides to love you, let him, if someone decides to hate you, fight him. Dont turn it around, young lady :)

  48. Pat Robison says:

    Not all Christians believe like these Check point people. We stand with Israel and believe they have a right to their land promised by God.

  49. Olive Tree says:

    This Christ at the Checkpoint is a very BIG problem facing the Christians who suppot Israel. Soros is behind much of this and he must be stopped!

  50. Sientje Seinen says:

    Victoria we know you have a beautiful heritage, but you are not on your own, the Lord G-d is your strength and your protections. shalom and G-d bless

  51. Artur Dvořák says:

    Felix Moses Can we do something about the peace beforehand ? ;)

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