Blasting Haaretz for attacking Netanyahu
Dexter van Zile blasts Haaretz's Barak Ravid
Prime Minister Netanyahu's Christmas message
. This is from the first link.
I received a message from a colleague alerting me to Ravid’s piece in Haaretz
condemning Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for radicalizing
“his traditional Christmas greeting into an attack on Muslims in Arab
Whoah, that’s a serious charge.
Apparently, in his Christmas greeting, Netanyahu made the
unforgivable sin of stating the obvious: That Christian populations are
shrinking and are in danger in the Middle East.
Netanyahu then added
salt to the wound and reminded his listeners that Christians are safe in
According to Ravid, “Netanyahu did not specify in his greeting who is threatening to annihilate the Christians, but it’s clear from the wording that he means the Muslims.”
Earth to Barak Ravid: Netanyahu didn’t have to say who was threatening the annihilation of the Christians because we already know.
Unless they’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, most
Christians know that Muslim extremists throughout the Middle East have
been attacking Christians on a regular basis for the past few years.
Their churches have been bombed. Their pastors kidnapped, held for
ransom and killed.
And moderate Muslims and secularists in the region do not have the
power necessary to stop the attacks on their Christian neighbors. They
can’t even defend themselves.
Read the whole thing
. Van Zile is right. Israel's Left probably has the most active Jewish guilt complex in the world.
Labels: Binyamin Netanyahu, Christian flight, Christians, Christians in Israel, Christmas