Ignoring he was a Jew and that all Jews are native Palestinian
I didn’t think of it when people started saying Jesus was a Palestinian who lived under the occupation. I changed my mind when I read: “Jesus was not Palestinian, we need to dispel that myth forever – opinion.”
Genocide is not only mass murder. It is also any attempt to make a People disappear, erase every trace. The Nazis in the Netherlands destroyed all Torah scrolls and any Jewish prayer book they found. That is genocide too.
Dejewing Jesus is genocide. Done for thousands of years by Christianity. The Holocaust stopped this. Now reinvented by ‘supporters of the Palestinians.’ Most of them are left-wing radical students who come from Christian homes. There is nothing new under the sun, says Ecclesiastes.
The Simchat Torah War reaching Christmas was an excuse for some White ‘friends of Palestinians’ and Muslim terrorists to rehearse the genocidal ‘Jesus was Palestinian’ and even with ‘living under occupation.’ Never mind that the only occupation is of Muslims and Christians living under the dictatorship of terrorist autocrats who plunder their constituents. In Israel and the Jewish West Bank, there is total equality and no occupation at all. Never mind that Jesus was a Jew living under Roman occupation, five and a half centuries before Islam’s founder and prophet Mohammed was born.
There is little practical difference between claiming that Jesus was a Palestinian or that Judaism is a form of Christianity. Both are attempts to do away with the Jews, finish Hitler’s work. Here are some recent links:
Media Falsely Help Turn Ancient Jewish Jesus Into a Modern-Day Palestinian NB: “Former Dutch parliamentarian Arnoud van Doorn” was never elected. He used to be part of the anti-Islam party of Geert Wilders, converted to Islam, tried to get a seat in parliament, failed, and moved to Morocco. His anti-Jewish stance blends in with recent local mob behavior.
Priest on CNN says Christmas is story of ‘Palestinian Jew’ living in ‘occupied’ country
‘Jesus Would Be a Hostage [of Chamas] in Gaza if He Was Alive Today,’ Says French Catholic Priest Who Pioneered Holocaust Research
I keep repeating: While so often religious leaders abuse their position to spread hatred, all serious religions themselves call for peace and respect. Despite bad teachers, religion helps most believers to be good people.
The Right Terms
For people who prioritize honesty, words matter, and especially here, we must use the right terms. If you use Israeli vs. Palestinian, you pretend the problem is nationalistic and the solution is a Two-State Solution. No more than 5% of Israelis think so. If you use Arab vs. Israeli, you ignore the vast majority of Arab Gentiles in Israel who identify foremost as Israeli. If you use Arab vs. Jewish, you ignore the majority of Jews in Israel who are Arab (which is racist). The real and truthful terms, like it or not, are Muslims and Jews. The main problem between them is one of Jews-hatred.
So, when you frame the Middle East conflict differently from Gentile Antisemitism vs. the Jews, you’re colluding with and firming Jews-hared.
Though Israel is a full democracy with total equality for the law, in elections, etc., there is, like in all countries in the world, real racism, with Arab Jews and Arab Muslims targeted. BTW: Israel has a whole slew of Western (White) Jews and groups passionately fighting racism and assisting Arabs against it. One aspect of racism is assuming that Arab Israelis are the same. There are Arab Jews, Muslims, Bedouins, Druze, and more, and Bedouins of Jerusalem are not identical to those in the South.
Another problem is that Israeli politics is mostly sectarian, representative and not idealistic. If you’re not at the table (in the ruling coalition), you’re on the menu. Most parties only stand up for their constituents.
Israel also has the capitalist problem of the rich getting richer and the majority living in different degrees of poverty.
Life and emotions among Muslims living under sub-democratic conditions just outside of Israel is financially miserable, respectively outright hostile to Jews. Especially for ex-Palestinians living in camps without citizenship.