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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Atlanta, GA, Hard Place for Orthodox Jews to Leave, USA Part 3

Yes, that was the message I got from my Shabbat hosts in Atlanta.  That is even though they are dreaming of making Aliyah to Israel and even own homes/apartments there.  Everything they need for a full, fulfilling, rewarding Torah Jewish life can be conveniently found in their Atlanta neighborhood.

From their stories, even the local Christians are friendly an supportive.  This pocket of America is very anti-Obama.  They told me that Obama is costing them money in added taxes. That is as employees and business owners.  I met a number of their friends and that was the message.

Jews and Christians from what I understand are to the Right of the Likud's Binyamin Netanyahu.  They insist that your ordinary American does not see why Israel should cede any land to the Arabs.  It makes no sense to them at all.

This jives 100% with the Christians I've met over the thirty plus years I've lived in Shiloh and hosted and led groups of religious Christians who have toured Shiloh's holy spots.

If the State of Israel, Prime Minister on down would just announce, inflexibly that we declare sovereignty over all of Judea, Samaria, Jordan Valley, Golan etc, no negotiations, they would back us.  Your ordinary person in the states, according to them accepts the 1967 Six Day War victory as the legal defeat of the Arab armies, Jordan, Egypt and Syria, which had tried to destroy the State of Israel.  We never fought a country called "Palestine," since there never was one in the entire history of the world.  The so-called "Palestinian People" is a fiction invented/created to undermine and destroy the Jewish State of Israel.

Think about it, and share if you agree, thanks.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

and should all the arabs in those areas get citizenship rights, like in east jlem?

Anonymous said...

Re your paragraph in bold type.

Take out the words "Your ordinary person in the states" and replace them with "Students of Bible prophecy throughout the world"

'Religious Christians' are not the same thing.