Greek Orthodox center torched; graffiti reading ‘Jesus is a son of a whore’ found at the scene
MARK GLENN COMMENTS (see here): The concept of Jesus’ mother Mary being a prostitute–this did not come out of the blue. This has been Judaism’s teaching for 2,000 years now. Besides the dogmatic position that Jesus’ mother was a prostitute, Judaism also teaches that Jesus was a sorcerer, a sex freak and that He suffers this very moment in hell, being boiled in a cauldron of feces and semen.
Every Jew down throughout history has been taught these premises, along with other ‘sweet nothings’ such as, ‘Gentiles are donkeys’ and ‘Even the best of the Goyim deserve to be killed’.
Every Jew that has been born, lived and died within the last 2,000 years knows these facts, and yet, whenever ‘anti-semitism’ rears up like a fever, as a group they cry like babies without acknowledging that in every single case, ‘anti-semitism’ can be traced directly back to its source, which is anti-Gentilism and anti-Christianity.
And yet, despite the fact that these (and many others) are the putrid, rancid, poisonous teachings of Judaism, we are NOT allowed to discuss this evil mindset as it relates to the present situation in the Middle East or elsewhere. We are expected to swallow the lies put forward by Neturei Karta & others that Judaism is ‘holy’ and ‘devoted to God’ and all the rest of that happy horseshit. And what’s worse is that hordes of Gentiles buy into this, taking it all in, hook, line and sinker.
The Jews who burned this seminary and left this graffiti are ‘good’ Jews in the sense that they are devoted to their religion and its teachings, and anyone coming forward from either the Jewish, Christian or Islamic community and condemning this act, saying it is a ‘bastardization’ of this ‘holy’ religion known as Judaism is either a liar or a fool.
Times of Israel. A fire broke out early Thursday morning in a Greek Orthodox seminary in Jerusalem in what police suspect may be a hate crime. No one was injured.
The fire started at approximately 4 a.m. in the bathrooms of the seminary.
The walls of the building were vandalized with ultra-nationalist and racist graffiti.
“Jesus is a son of a whore” and “Redemption of Zion” were among the slogans painted in the areas surrounding the bathrooms.
Three teams of firefighters were called to the seminary, which is located near the Jaffa Gate of the Old City, and quickly extinguished the flames, preventing it from spreading through the rest of the building.
Emergency personnel searched the area but did not find any suspects at the scene.
Jerusalem police have opened an investigation into the incident as a hate crime.
Mayor Nir Barkat condemned the alleged arson and promised to follow the case as it develops. “There is no room for such deplorable activity in Jerusalem,” he said in a statement. “We must eradicate this behavior and bring those responsible to justice.”
It was hardly the first case of vandalism against Christian sites.
Two months ago police arrested a 21-year-old Jewish man who had allegedly damaged a cross and sculpture in the Dormition Abbey in Jerusalem.
Before Pope Francis arrived in Israel last May, vandals also spray-painted a Catholic church with anti-Christian graffiti.
On Wednesday morning, a mosque in a village near Bethlehem was set alight and anti-Arab graffiti was sprayed on its walls.
Worshipers arriving for prayers at the mosque in Jab’a, which lies to the west of Bethlehem, discovered the fire and quickly put it out. The carpeting inside and the walls of the building were damaged but there were no reports of injuries.
Eyewitnesses said the offensive graffiti, written in Hebrew, called for revenge attacks against Arabs and Muslims.
Local Palestinians believe the arson attack was the work of Jewish settlers.
The Arab Joint List party released a statement condemning both Thursday’s alleged arson and other “price tag” attacks against Christian and Muslim sites. The criminals responsible for these attacks, the party claims, “are being strengthened by the racist and fascist atmosphere sweeping through the Jewish Street, under the auspices of the far-right parties.”
The party added that these actions are inspired by the government “which has implemented clear policies of discrimination, exclusion and oppression.”
Al Jazeera and wire services:
Ahmed Tibi, a Palestinian legislator in the Israeli Knesset, characterized the attacks as “terrorism in all respects” and denounced the Israeli justice system for not doing more to curb such assaults, according to Haaretz.
“If you can kill a Palestinian or cut down an olive tree without penalty,” Tibi added, “then you can burn mosques and churches without fear.”
A total of 329 incidents of settler-related violence targeting Palestinians in the West Bank were reported in 2014, according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.