• November 24, 2004
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    One of the most disappointing aspects of the MidEast conflict has been the influence of Christian Zionists on US foreign policy. Israel can do no wrong and that includes building a barrier or wall, which the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled. To its credit, the Israeli Supreme Court has ordered that the wall must be re-routed to reduce hardships on thousands of Palestinians.


    by Sherri Muzher, Thursday 08 July 2004, Media Monitors Network

  • November 24, 2004
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    Evangelist and sociologist Tony Campolo, speaking to United Methodist leaders in Birmingham on Monday, warned that too many Christians have become "evangelical Zionists" who favor ethnic cleansing of Palestinians in the Middle East. He says this one-sided view is prevalent among Southern Baptists.

    Tuesday, June 08, 2004, GREG GARRISON, The Birmingham News, Alabama

    Evangelist warns against Mideast ethnic cleaning
  • November 23, 2004
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    Dr John Aves, honorary canon of Norwich Cathedral writes a review about Naim Ateek's booklit about Suicide Bombers - "What is Theologically and Morally Wrong with Suicide Bombings? A Palestinian Christian Perspective"

    Naim Ateek is co-founder and director of the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Centre in Jerusalem and was the first to articulate a Palestinian theology of liberation.

    John Aves, World Faith Views, Feb 26, 2004

    What is wrong with suicide bombings?
  • November 04, 2003
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    A Palestinian Evangelical Scholar tries to explain why the Fundamental Evangelicals in the United States support the state of Israel and Why would a Christian Leader say, ?to stand against Israel is to stand against God??

    Yohanna Katanacho writes about Jerry Falwell, one of the most prominent figures in Christian Fundamentalism in the USA

    Special For Come and See, November 4, 2003
    Why does Jerry Falwell support Israel?
  • October 17, 2003
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    The Jerusalem Alliance Church is one of the strongest churches working among the Palestinians. Located in the Christian Quarter of the Old City, it brings hope in the midst of hopelessness.

    The Pastor of this church writes about their ministry.


    Jack Sara, Jerusalem, Special For Come and See, Oct 18, 2003

    Is there Hope for the Palestinians?
  • July 14, 2003
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    A Lebanese Scholar reviews "The Body and the Blood: The Holy Land's Christians at the Turn of a New Millennium" by By Charles M. Sennott.

    "The real danger afflicting Christians in the Middle East is the spread of dhimmitude - being second-class citizens who are denied many of their basic rights and freedoms. The book has very little to offer on this subject'.

    Reviewed by Habib C. Malik, July 2003

    dhimmitude is key in understanding plight of Arab Christians
  • March 25, 2003
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    Rev. Dr. Bryson Arthur, Head of the Department of Theology and Holy Land Studies at Mar Elias University College in Ibillin, Israel writes about the war with Iraq:

    "One king, George Bush, made the statement with conviction ?We will hunt down these Killers?. The other King ? King Jesus also made the statement with conviction ?Forgive them for they no not what they do?

    Special for Come and See, March 25, 2003

    An Analysis of Creation & War
  • February 24, 2003
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    An American Christian writes to fellow Christians who support the attack on Iraq:

    "We won't show people the love of Christ, nor bring them to salvation AFTER blowing the crap out of them and their family members. Dead sinners don't come to the Lord".

    Mike McNab, Special for Come and See, Feb 24, 2003

    Soldiers for Christ
  • October 09, 2002
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    A New York Times Artcile discribes the weird situation where Evangalical Christians and American Jews support Israel for two different reasons.
    "This is a grim comedy of mutual condescension," says a Jewish scholar. "The evangelical Christians condescend to the Jews by offering their support before they convert or kill them. And the conservative Jews condescend to Christians by accepting their support while believing that their eschatology is nonsense. This is a fine example of the political exploitation of religion."

    By Maureen Dowd, Washinton, New York Times, October 6, 2002

    Rapture and Rupture
  • September 27, 2002
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    An Editorial at the Jerusalem Post describes the roots and the evolution of the support Israel is getting from Evangalical Christians.

    "Bible-believing Christians throughout the US hold firm views regarding the State of Israel's role in the divine plan for history and, more than ever before, they have begun to put their money, and their political clout, to work on its behalf."

    Jerusalem Post, Sep 24, 2002

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