23 December 2013

Now's the Time to Speak Up...

20 Tevet 5774

How would you, as a Jew, like to see this statue, only a bit larger, looking out over the Holy Land? Well, if some xians have their way, it will and with the blessing of the evil regime. Tell me, what is it about the second commandment that they don't get?

“You shall not make for yourself a carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth;... For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God,....

Oh, right.  That religion was invented to "set us free" from the commandments. Gotcha!

Jewish Israel reports:

Cast a Giant Jesus over Israel

Plans are in the works for a giant statue of jesus to be erected on Mount Precipice (also known as "Mount of the Leap of the Lord" or “Har Hakfitsa” in Hebrew, also known in Hebrew as "Har Kedumim") near Nazareth. Israeli, international, as well as Christian news sources are reporting that the proposed monolith will be akin in scale to, or even larger than, the huge iconic statue of "christ the redeemer" which towers over the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

Israeli Arab Christian Bishara Shlayan is behind the proposed monument and according to several news sources he has apparently received an endorsement from Minister of Tourism Uzi Landau, who reportedly told Shlayan, “start it, and we will bless it.”

Take a stand against the creeping idolatry in the Holy Land. And help spread the word to others.

Those concerned about the statue project should write to the following addresses:

The Ministry of Tourism

Uzi Landau ,Minister of Tourism: ulandau@knesset.gov.il

Minister: Sar@Tourism.gov.il

General Manager: Mankal@Tourism.gov.il

Spokesperson: shirak@tourism.gov.il

The Ministry of Religious Services

Naftali Bennett, Minister or Religious Affairs: nbenet@knesset.gov.il

Rav Eliyahu Ben Dahan is Deputy Minister: elib@dat.gov.il

General Manager: elchanang@dat.gov.il (Elchanan Glatt)

Spokesperson: danielb@dat.gov.il  (Daniel Bar)

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