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    I never knew, I thought Jesus was Jewish?!

    http://www.israeltoday.co.il/default...=178&nid=22509
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    Can of worms
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    this explains a lot :teehee:

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    negging me means i need to be the creator of family guy to successfully land this joke
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    your trolling ways are becoming boring lovely

    attention seeking whore


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    Not even close..
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    Don't be silly, Palestine doesnt' exist.
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    All good men are Palestinians. Israel: the current oppressive apartheid regime that the world is still reluctant to tackle. One day, by the grace of Jesus, Palestine will be free.
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    He would probably support the Palestinians.
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    Essentially,the ancient historians of the era make little distinction between Syrian and Palestinian; even Herodotus writing in the 5th century B.C. generally describes the area currently under zionist occupation as "Syria-Palestine". The impression is gained that the general population was predominately Syrian/Palestinian. The jews had been ingathered by John Hyrcanus in the 2nd century and resided exclusively in Judea and Samaria. Since the term "Jew" simply is an abbreviation for "Judean" - a resident of Judea - then Jesus could not have been a jew,since he was from Galilee,which in Aramaic means "Land of the Goyim". The ethnic makeup of Galilee in his time was about 90% Syriac with a smattering of Greeks. The Christian texts were bowdlerized by Saul/Paul in an effort to annex Christianity to Judaism,in other words abort it as an original faith and make it over into a mere variant of Judaism. He failed obviously but did succeed in polluting it's teachings with Judaism

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    (Original post by LonelyCenturion)
    He would probably support the Palestinians.
    Id imagine Jesus would be neutral and just want peace
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    Id imagine Jesus would be neutral and just want peace
    As neutral as he was with the money-lenders.
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    Id imagine Jesus would be neutral and just want peace
    I trust that if you truly understood the conflict, you would see (I hope) that being neutral means supporting Palestinian rights in their own land.

    Being 'neutral' to ethnic cleansing and apartheid doesn't sound very 'Jesus' to me.

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    As neutral as he was with the money-lenders.
    Good point. There is a foundationary Biblical principle of justice (nowadays often ignored by pacifists and the like who take "carry the occupying army troop's pack two kilometers" totally wrongly) and I do not think the precedents which the scriptures tell us about Jesus taking a stand to oppression and injustice is far from a rather certain conclusion that it is truly Christian to stand up for those in need against the hands of oppressors.
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    Jesus is going to come and rid of the Anti-Christ, then there will be peace for many years. I've heard this that it would be so peaceful that a girl would be chasing a lion and there will no poverty. That means no slums and no ghettos.
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    (Original post by Bobifier)
    Don't be silly, Palestine doesnt' exist.
    :rolleyes:

    Oh dear ...
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    Jah/
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    (Original post by DJkG.1)
    All good men are Palestinians. .
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    That area was called Palestine back then, regardless of what was the main religion or language in use there at the time. So yes, Jesus would be considered a Palestinian. In fact in most history books, the land is referred to as Palestine, and when you read about the Roman-Jewish relations the historians still write that the Romans colonized Palestine. This is because Palestine is the historical name of that piece of land. Just because Jews today prefer to call themselves Israeli doesn't change the fact that the land over there was called Palestine.
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    (Original post by Lovely88)
    I never knew, I thought Jesus was Jewish?!

    http://www.israeltoday.co.il/default...=178&nid=22509
    Jesus wasn't real!


    Nice pic. hearts
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    (Original post by Lovely88)
    I never knew, I thought Jesus was Jewish?!

    http://www.israeltoday.co.il/default...=178&nid=22509
    Jesus was British.
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    what is a palestine?
 
 
 
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