Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Church worried about Jews

About their occupation of 'Palestinian' land, that is.
In a surprise move, the General Synod voted to back a call from the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East for "morally responsible investment in the Palestinian occupied territories".

In particular, the Synod backed the Jerusalem church's call for the Church Commissioners to disinvest from "companies profiting from the illegal occupation", such as Caterpillar Inc. Caterpillar, a US company, manufactures bulldozers used in clearance projects in the occupied territories, and also used by Palestinians in their own rebuilding work.

The motion was passed overwhelmingly...
Worried about the genocidal people who refused a country of their own decade after decade, just for the opportunity to stay at war with Israel.

I wish the Church had been 1/10th as worried for the Jews when they were the subject of an actual genocide, 65 years ago. Back then, they couldn't care less, which amounted to support for the German Jew-killers. Now their support is reserved for the moral heirs of the Nazi's, the Arab Jew-killers.

Try to hurt the Jews, financially this time.

Not really surprising but still. You never really give up hope that people learn, turn away from evil.


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