One thing is clear: those who desire to convert Jews are our enemies. Those who try to make Christianity more acceptable by blurring the lines between us cannot remain in Eretz Yisroel. And those Jews who cannot (or will not) see this with the clarity of true Jewish thought, will play the role of one who stands idly by his brother’s blood.
The Imminent Danger
A spiritual contagion is growing in the Shomron. They are aided by religious Jews who, for economic and political reasons, have eagerly taken Brother Esau’s hand. Most native born Israelis have no understanding of the Evangelical personality, and are ill-equipped to read their pulse. The leading Anglos who abet them generally lack the intellectual sophistication and/or integrity to see the problem. Some are naive puppets in a war they don’t even realize is raging around them. But the fact remains: this is an unprecedented phenomenon in Jewish history.
If Am Yisroel doesn’t stand up and make a public outcry over this, it won’t be long before “the Harvesters” claim their first victims, as Jewish boys and girls are exposed to a confusing and strange admixture of the holy and profane. It will happen.
We endured centuries of mass burnings, lynchings, mutilations, and the endless wrath of the sword to preserve our Torah. Every Easter season, Jews in Europe feared for their lives. And all they wanted from us was to abandon Torah and embrace Jesus. We resisted as long as our Torah values remained intact. In modern times, as our understanding of Jewish concepts began to erode, we became vulnerable. Our ancestors would roll in their graves if they could see that missionaries are picking grapes for us in Eretz Yisroel. Our zaidies would scream and cry out to the Heavens at this madness.
“Hamavdil bein Kodesh l’chol, bein yisroel le’amin….”
“He who separates the sacred and the mundane, between Am Yisroel and the rest of the nations.” (Havdalah)
In the hills of Samaria, leaderless flocks of Jews are going off with Brother Esau into the dark night. They are literally drinking non-kosher wine without knowing it.
Let all people of Torah stand up and loudly shout to our brothers in the Shomron, “Ad Kan!” Enough is enough! We would be wise to adopt the position of our chareidi brothers who understand what the missionaries want, and can see the danger with 20/20 vision.
Almighty in Heaven! Save us from Brother Esau!