mardi 18 février 2014

Sionisme et christianisme sont inconciliables et antithétiques: un pamphlet autorisé par l'Église presbytérienne des États-Unis qualifie la "pathologie" sioniste de "suprémacisme" juif


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La publication d’un long article sur ce qui touche à la Palestine et au conflit arabo-sioniste n’est pas chose fréquente dans la presse américaine, en dehors des journaux des grandes métropoles que sont Washington, New York et Los Angeles. Du moins quand cet article ne figure pas dans la rubrique opinion ou courrier des lecteurs.
C’est pourtant le cas cette fois ci avec ce papier paru dans un journal de Pittsburgh, une ville de Pennsylvanie peuplée d’un peu plus de 300 000 habitants et qui fut longtemps la capitale de l’industrie de l’acier aux Etats Unis.
L’article ne traite cependant pas directement du conflit du Moyen Orient mais des prises de position de l’église presbytérienne sur ce conflit, notamment sur les questions du boycott et du désinvestissement.
En effet, après avoir hésité à prôner le boycott et à retirer ses investissements , l’église presbytérienne semble décidée à aller de l’avant sur ce dossier ainsi que le signalent deux événements récents. Nous avons d’abord une déclaration d’une haute instance de cette église qui recommande de retirer les fonds qu’elle a investis dans trois entreprises qui participent à l’oppression du peuple palestinien (Motorola, Caterpillar et Hewlet Packard). Et surtout, l’église vient de rendre public un guide d’étude de la question du Moyen Orient destiné à servir de base à la réflexion des fidèles et des pasteurs.
Ce guide ne constitue donc pas une position officielle de cette église qui se caractérise par un fonctionnement dans lequel les orientations sont prises collectivement dans le cadre de synodes ou assemblées générales.
Les représentants du sionisme aux Etats Unis se sont vivement émus du contenu de ce guide, ce qu’on peut parfaitement comprendre dans la mesure où il n’éhésite pas à remettre en cause la validité des fondements mêmes du sionisme sur le plan religieux tout comme il le disqualifie politiquement .
Une évolution qui n’est pas sans rappeler celle qu’a connue récemment l’église mère en Ecosse qui a réfuté théologiquement les prétentions sionistes dans un rapport publié au premier semestre 2013. L’église d’Ecosse est en quelque sorte la maison mère du presbytérianisme qui ne représente que 4  des 100 millions de Protestants que comptent les Etats Unis.
Eglises presbytériennes à Pittsburgh
Eglises presbytériennes à Pittsburgh
4 millions, c’est à la fois peu et beaucoup si on considère que les fidèles de cette église appartiennent généralement à des couches sociales aisées et instruites qui s’engagent donc volontiers et savent se faire entendre.
Et c’est aussi beaucoup si on tient compte du poids historique de l’église presbytérienne qui a servi de modèle aux autres églises protestantes et de la relative porosité qui existe entre les divers cultes protestants aux Etats Unis.

Les prises de position des Presbytériens créent des tensions avec les Juifs
par Peter Smith / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (USA) 22 février 2014 traduit de l’anglais par Djazaïri

Un groupe chargé par l’Eglise presbytérienne des Etats Unis de promouvoir « une paix juste en Israël/Palestine » publie un guide d’étude qui contient des descriptions du sionisme comme une hérésie à la racine de la crise du Moyen Orient.

Dans le même temps, une haute instance dirigeante recommande le retrait par l’église de ses investissements dans trois sociétés liées à l’occupation par Israël de territoires palestiniennes.

Ces deux démarches, quoique menées séparément dans les dernières semaines ont été saluées par les partisans de la cause palestinienne mais ont combiné leurs effets pour déstabiliser les relations entre les Presbytériens et les Juifs, aussi bien au niveau local que national.

Des représentants de l’Eglise Presbytérienne de Pittsburgh – une des plus importantes organisations de cette église au niveau national – ont rencontré des responsables juifs locaux la semaine dernière pour discuter des controverses.

« Nous avons redécouvert ce que nous savions déjà, à savoir notre accord fondamental [avec les organisations juives, NdT] sur à une solution du problème avec deux Etats, et notre accord fondamental sur la caractère intolérable de la situation des Palestiniens telle qu’elle est et la nécessité de la corriger » déclare le Révérend Sheldon Sorge, ministre général du culte pour l’Eglise Presbytérienne.

Sans être une déclaration officielle de l’église, le guide d’étude, « Zionism Unsettled » [en suspens ou déréglé?] représente le travail d’un groupe créé il y a dix ans par l’Eglise Presbytérienne de Pittsburgh. Les 72 pages illustrées du guide, produit par l’Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) dénonce ce qu’il qualifie de’années de discussions stérieles pour une solution à deux Etats, expliquant qu’Israël a de facto cré un seul Etat qui opprime les Palestiniens dans le style de l’apartheid. Il dénonce le « nettoyage ethnique « des Palestiniens chassés par Israël de centaines de villes et villages en 1948 et affirme que cet Etat est lee résultta d’une « relation toxique entre théologie et politique ».

Gregg Roman, directeur du Conseil des Relations Communautaires de la Fédération Juive du Grand Pittsburgh, déclare avoir compris que le guide d’étude "n’est pas quelque chose qui émane de la base [des prêtres et des fidèles, NdT]." Mais il l’a appelé "un cours accéléré pour plaider la disparition de l’Etat juif."

Il explique que quand on le lit, c’est « comme si aucune guerre n’était menée contre Israël, comme s’il n’y avait pas des campagnes teroristes par des organisations comme le Hezbollah et le Hamas… et il ignore le fait que les Israéliens… et la communauté juive américaine soutiennent une solution à deux Etats. »

Parmi les organisations juives d’envergure nationale, l’Anti-Defamation League déclare que le guide d’étude est peut-être « le document le plus antisémite produit par une grande église américaine de mémoire récente », tandis que Steve Gutow, président du Jewish Council for Public Affairs l’a qualifié de « digne d’une organisation raciste [hate group], pas d’une importante église américaine. »

La direction de l’Eglise Presbytérienne au niveau national a également pris ses distances avec la publication, insistant sur le caractère décentralisé de presbytérianisme. Quoique produite par une émanation officielle de l’église et vendue via le réseau de distribution à domicile de l’Eglise Presbytérienne, le rapport est publié à l’intention de l’église plutôt qu’en son nom, déclare Linda Valentine, directrice exécutive de la Presbyterian Mission Agency,qui supervise la plupart des buraux de l’église au niveau national depuis son siège à Louisville dans le Kentucky.

La politique de notre église consiste en « appels à un règlement négocié entre Israël et la Palestine et le droit pour chaque Etat d’exister dans des frontières sûres et reconnues, » écrit Mme Valentine. « L’église a condamné les actes violences des deux parties au conflit, ainsi que l’occupation illégale de territoires palestiniens par des colonies israéliennes. Notre église a fermement condamné l’antisémitisme sous toutes ses formes, dont le refus de reconnaître l’existence légale d’Israël. Dans le même temps, nous pensons que la condamnation des injustices perpétrées au nom de l’Etat d’Israël,… ne constituent pas de l’antisémitisme. »

’Un déséquilibre chronique’

Martha Reese de l’Illinois, qui fait partie de l’équipe rédactionnelle de « Zionism Unsettled », déclare dans un entretien que le guide essaye de « corriger un déséquilibre chronique dans la manière dont le conflit est compris. »

Elle explique que beaucoup d’Américains n’ont pas compris l’impact que le sionisme a eu sur les Palestiniens et qu’elle espère que les congrégations chrétiennes, juives et musulmanes se serviront du guide d’étude « comme un outil pour engager de difficiles conversations. »

Mme Reese déclare que le réseau n’a pas de position officielle quant à savoir si la solution ultime est un ou deux Etats mais indique qu’il est en faveur de « l’autodétermination et de l’égalité. »

Elle dit que la prise de position officielle des Presbytériens pour une solution à deux Etats doit être vue à la lumière de la prolifération de colonies juives en Cisjordanie. « Nous devons avoir la certitude que notre position offcielle est vraiment réaliste compte tenu de réalités changeantes. »

Alors que certaines organisations protestantes conservatrices sont connues pour leur soutien farouche à Israël, les obédiences protestantes plus libérales critiquent depuis longtemps son occupation de territoires palestiniens en Cisjordanie. Pour les Presbytériens, le débat s’est accéléré en 2004 quand leur assemblée générale approuva des démarches en vue de retirer des investissements en Israël liés à son occupation [des territoires palestiniens].

Ce qui avait provoqué une vive réaction de la part de dirigeants juifs et de nombreux Presbytériens qui considéraient que c’était apporter une caution morale au mouvement plus large dans les campus universitaires et ailleurs pour appliquer des pressions économiques sur Israël. Des assemblées réunies par la suite avaient fait machine arrière tout en appelant à des investissements promouvant la paix dans la région, et d’autres obédiences protestantes ont aussi envisagé avant de reculer sur cette question du désinvestissement.

En 2012, une assemblée presbytérienne avait rejeté à une majorité de deux voix seulement une proposition de retrait des fonds de l’église investis dans Motorola Solutions, Caterpillar et Hewlet Packard parce que ces entreprises sont des fournisseurs des forces israéliennes et des colons juifs en Cisjordanie occupée. Elle avait cependant recommandé un boycott des produits fabiqués en Cisjordanie occupée par Israël.

Début février, la Presbyterians’ Mission Agency a recommandé à nouveau que la prochaine assemblée générale prévue pour juin 2014 retire ses investissements de ces trois entreprises après qu’un rapport de l’église a conclu qu’elles « s’enferraient dans leur participation à des activités non pacifiques. »

Le Révérend Randy Bush, pasteur de l’East Liberty Presbyterian Church dit ne pas avoir encore lu le guide d’étude et donc ne pas pouvoir en parler. Mais il affirme que le désinvestissement pourrait aider à freiner l’expansion des colonies israéliennes et du mur de séparation sur les terres palestiniennes. « Nous avons observé un e consolidation de politiques qui rendent la paix plus difficile, » dit-il.

Si les organisations pro-israéliennes ont critiqué la proposition de désinvestissement, elles prêtent plus d’attention ces jours-ci à « Zionism Unsetteld » qui, selon elles, va plus loin qu’appeler Israël à se retirer sur les frontières d’avant son occupation de la Cisjordanie en 1967.

En fait, le guide d’étude remet en cause la légitimité même du projet sioniste, en observant qu’il est enraciné dans la croyance en un « exceptionnalisme » – selon lequel son groupe d’appartenance religieuse est plus important que n’importe quel autre.

« L’exceptionnalisme théologique et éthique du sionisme juif et chrétien… ont été soustraits au débat public malgré les inadmissibles violations des droits humains qui trouvent racine dans leurs croyances fondamentales, » lit-on dans le guide.

« Le défi posé aux relations inter-religieuses est de trouver un moyen de respecter les différences théologiques et les expériences historiques qui leur ont donné naissance tout en les empêchant de devenir des excuses pour l’injustice. »

Une section du guide rédigée par le Révérend Naim Ateek – pasteur anglican et directeur du Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Center, une organisation chrétienne palestinienne influente à Jérusalem-Est – ajoute que « le sionisme est le problème. » Il le qualifie d’hérésie qui « commet une injustice théologique par son appel à Dieu, à l’histoire et à la race. »



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Jésus au checkpoint contre le sionisme "chrétien"
Aux Etats Unis, où le lobby sioniste est très influent à tous les échelons du pouvoir politique, les choses sont en train de bouger et elles le font sur deux fronts qui se chevauchent parfois : les campus universitaires ou l’activisme sioniste est de plus en plus contesté, y compris au sein d’organisations juives, et les différentes églises qui constituent la religion protestante majoritaire aux Etats Unis.
On l’a vu récemment avec l’église presbytérienne et on le voit aussi jusque dans les églises évangéliques qui sont considérées comme le socle du sionisme chrétien.
L’article que je vous propose laisse entendre qu’il faut nuancer le propos et que l’engagement sioniste n’a jamais été le fait de la majorité des dirigeants de ces élises évangéliques. Il laiss entendre aussi que les choses sont en train de changer dans le sens d’un rééquilibrage plus favorable aux positions pro-palestiniennes.
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“Moreover, the American Jewish community actively stifles dissent against the Zionist narrative, taking advantage of the ‘ignorance and passivity of many liberal American Jews.’”

“Our church has categorically condemned anti-Semitism in all its forms, including the refusal to acknowledge the legal existence of the State of Israel. At the same time, we believe that condemnation of injustices perpetrated in the name of the State of Israel, including the violation of human rights, does not constitute anti-Semitism.”
The statement comes in the wake of expressions of outrage by Jewish groups at “Zionism Unsettled,” a publication last month of the church’s Israel Palestine Mission Network.
The study guide posits that a “pathology inherent in Zionism” drives the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and rejects theologies — including Jewish theology — that uphold Zionism.
The church says that the network advises the church but does not set its policy.
“The independent group — which speaks to the church and not for the church — recently published a study guide, Zionism Unsettled: A Congregational Study,” the church’s statement said. “The guide is intended to prompt discussion on the ever-changing and tumultuous issue of Israel-Palestine. The IPMN booklet was neither paid for nor published by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).”


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Si les Texans aiment tellement Israel et les juifs, si les chrétiens sionistes y sont si nombreux, alors ils doivent accueillir sur leurs terres sans plus attendre tous les juifs du Moyen-orient et de se partager le territoire du Texas. Ça serait le seul sionisme qui aurait du sens.

Netanyahu wants law defining Israel as Jewish state

Netanyahu proposera une loi à la Knesset sur la judéité de l’État d’Israël

Netanyahu veut «ancrer» l'Etat juif dans la loi

US officials say ‘Even if Israel doesn’t like it, Palestinians will get state’

Former Security chiefs say Israel doesn’t want to stop hate crimes

Hate crime culprits are terrorists, says public security minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch says most of of the vandals in recent attacks are from the far right in the West Bank, and the state knows who most of them are.

Jewish extremists trying to provoke 'intifada'

U.S. report: ‘Price tag’ attacks spread into Israel, go unpunished

NYU falsely accused of anti-Semitism for educating their fellow students about Israeli demolitions of Palestinian homes

U.K member of parliament quits after 'bloody Jew' remark Former MP Patrick Mercer also accepted a bribe from a lobbyist and insulted a colleague, according to parliamentary report.

Winnipeg shul drops speaker who allowed campus ‘apartheid’ week


Pink Floyd members urge Rolling Stones to cancel Israel concert

Remembering the Nakba: Israeli group puts 1948 Palestine back on the map

Make Israel truly Jewish, right-wing MK urges

Poll: 68% of Israeli Jews Support End to Peace Talks

Israel fears Jewish terrorists might carry out massive hate crime during papal visit

L'église catholique romaine demande à Israël de prendre des mesures après qu'un graffiti en hébreu disant "mort aux arabes et aux chrétiens et à tous les ennemis d'Israël" ait été écrit sur une église de Jérusalem.

Israel: Anti-Christian Graffiti and "Price Tag" attacks rise before Papal visit

Catholic Church rips Israeli pols for silence on Jerusalem property ‘price tag’ attacks

Ariel: Price Tag Isn’t Terrorism, Rocks and Firebombs Are Housing Minister criticizes Livni and Aharonovitch for equating “price tag” vandalism attacks with terrorism.

Hate crimes in north Israel: ‘Death to Arabs’ scrawled on window, car tires punctured

Security sources: 100 followers of racist rabbi are behind hate crimes

Israel's anti-Semitism   Op-ed: There are more hate incidents against Arabs in Israel than against Jews in France.

IS ISRAEL WAKING UP TO ITS OWN ANTI-SEMITISM? Please read the following sentence slowly: Relatively, there are more hate incidents against Arabs in Israel than hate incidents against Jews in France.

Jerusalem church defaced in latest hate crime attack

“Jesus is Garbage”—Anti-Christian Hate Attacks in Israel Covered up by ZioMedia

Recrudescence d’actes antichrétiens et antiarabes à Jérusalem

Quand les sionistes financent les attentats antichretiens

Chief rabbis criticized for call to ban Jerusalem Christian prayer service at Temple Mount
Chief rabbis oppose Jewish-Christian prayer service

Teaching Kids To Hate When photos of weapon-wielding kids flooded out of the West Bank, most Jewish media outlets ignored them for one reason: they showed Israeli, not Palestinian, glorification of violence.

‘Hilltop youth the hardest informants to recruit’ Les colons juifs sont rares à vouloir collaborer avec l'État quand c'est pour coincer les criminels et les extrémistes dangereux parmi les colons. Les jeunes étaient encore plus endoctrinés que les vieux, ils sont plus difficiles à convaincre de collaborer avec l'État.

Radical settlers discuss legitimacy of killing soldiers C'est quelque chose!

Yitzhar resident arrested after posting suspected threat to soldiers

Netanyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law

How the Israeli gov't rewards land thieves
In a closed conversation, the head of the Beit El Yeshiva exposes that he received millions of shekels from the State of Israel in compensation for his seminary’s violations of the law – with the quiet assistance of a senior Knesset member.

Don't dismiss Yitzhar settlers as 'errant weeds'

Amos Oz calls perpetrators of hate crimes 'Hebrew neo-Nazis' Writer and Israel Prize laureate says 'hilltop youth' and 'price tag' are whitewashed terms 'for a monster that should be called by its name.'

“Jesus is Garbage”—Anti-Christian Hate Attacks in Israel Covered up by ZioMedia

Palestinians to U.S., EU: Add Israeli hate crimes to terror lists

Israel fears Jewish terrorists might carry out massive hate crime during papal visit

Vatican responds to Jewish extremists attacks against Christians ahead of Pope’s visit

Israel hate crimes 'poison atmosphere' for pope visit

Israël: les actes antichrétiens "empoisonnent l'atmosphère" avant la venue du pape (Patriarche catholique)

Israel requests Pope's poster be removed

Orthodox Jews protest against Pope Francis’ mass at Jerusalem site of Jesus’ last supper

Price tag: "Prix à payer" : même le pape s'y met maintenant ? L'église catholique romaine demande à Israël de prendre des mesures après qu'un graffiti en hébreu disant "mort aux arabes et aux chrétiens et à tous les ennemis d'Israël" ait été écrit sur une église de Jérusalem.

Israel: Anti-Christian Graffiti & "Price Tag" attacks rise before Papal visit

Catholic Church rips Israeli pols for silence on Jerusalem property ‘price tag’ attacks

Latin Patriarchate raps Israel on 'price tag’

Greek Orthodox denounce Israeli law on Aramaic Christians as divisive

John Hagee–Ebola Is ‘God’s Judgment’ On America Because Obama Is Trying To ‘Divide Israel’

Acolytes Of Judaism (Evangelical ‘Christian’ Zionists) Prayer Vigil Blocked By Rabbis

Jerusalem Institute Gets $2.2 Million to Teach Religious Texts to Christians

Jewish squatter colony of Beitar Illit attacks Palestinian Wadi Fuqeen with sewage despite court order

Israeli president’s plane refused entry to Swedish airspace en route to Norway

Trying to be apolitical, Israeli architects wall themselves into boycott

Liberal Jews angry with N.Y. mayor over secret AIPAC talk

GOLIATH UNLEASHED IN BROOKLYN Max Blumenthal spoke in Brooklyn last Thursday, at the Friends Meeting House. Photos below by Bud Korotzer.

How Martin Indyk Went From AIPAC Man To Blaming Israel for Talk's Failure

Israel’s old “worn-out whore” met with anger and protests in Norway

Israel suspends soldier suspected of shooting dead Palestinian teens

Israeli troops ‘intentionally’ misuse ammo to cause more harm to Arabs

BDS backers rejoice after Gates sells shares of UK security firm with ties to Israel

Révisionnisme. Des contre-manifestants israéliens distribuent des tracts censés prouver que l’expulsion de la moitié des habitants arabes de la Palestine en 1948, était une fiction.

Même le journal Haaretz pourtant complaisant avec l'Europe décrit Bruxelles comme une énorme pétaudière pour être poli

(Abonnés seulement) HAARETZ-Netanyahu playing into anti-Semites’ hands Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thinks he's the leader of world Jewry and it's us against the Western world.

The Racists of Jerusalem Day Leanne Gale thought she knew what to expect from the right-wing marches, racist chants and police violence on Jerusalem Day. But what she saw this week shocked even her.
I walked on, trying to remain calm in a threatening environment. A group of Jewish teenagers surrounded me. “So, are Jewish men not enough for you? You need to fuck Arab men instead?” And, “Go to hell, you leftist.” Another blew the sparks of his cigarette directly into my face.(...)
A mother carrying her child handed him a large poster, instructing him to hold it in front of my camera so as to obstruct my view. Anywhere I turned, the child turned his poster, until it became impossible for me to film. When I finally turned the camera off, another woman walked straight up to me. Her face inches from mine, she practically spat, “Shame on you. People died for this land. This is Jewish land. If you don’t like it, go to Syria. Go die in Syria.

The “One Billionth Anti-Semite”—Rabbi Inadvertently Confirms ADL “Canards” as Truth

Israel’s Netanyahu boasts about making fools of Americans   Editor  Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has boasted about how he has defied the United States by building Jewish squatter colonies “in a smart way, in a quiet way”, +972 Magazine’s Noam Sheizaf reports.

‘Extreme Left’ high school teacher Adam Verta fired from ORT High School

Israel is Considering the Annexation of the West Bank Territories

DePaul University students vote for Israel Divestment

Lieberman: US has no right to tell Israel to investigate deaths of Palestinians

Memo to Netanyahu: Read ADL survey, and stop equating Israel criticism with anti-Semitism!

The end of a beautiful friendship?  Ever since Menachem Begin became PM four decades ago, American Jewry has been captivated by Likud pathos, symbolism and sense of victimhood, but things are beginning to change.

Israël-bashing: Vous avez déjà ouvert le huffingtonpost.fr d'Anne...

“Straight Out of the Protocols” Fmr Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser Exposes Zio Power!
PM: Don't recognize Palestinian unity gov't

États-Unis : un projet de loi pour interdire l’aide à la Palestine

Plus de 1.500 prisonniers palestiniens entament une grève de la faim C'est Israel qui va être trop content de les voir tomber comme ds mouches.

Israel won’t let nuclear whistle-blower leave country The government is refusing to let Mordechai Vanunu leave the country for three days to speak at a conference in London and...

The Racists of Jerusalem Day Leanne Gale thought she knew what to expect from the right-wing marches, racist chants and police violence on Jerusalem Day. But what she saw this week shocked even her.
I walked on, trying to remain calm in a threatening environment. A group of Jewish teenagers surrounded me. “So, are Jewish men not enough for you? You need to fuck Arab men instead?” And, “Go to hell, you leftist.” Another blew the sparks of his cigarette directly into my face.(...)
A mother carrying her child handed him a large poster, instructing him to hold it in front of my camera so as to obstruct my view. Anywhere I turned, the child turned his poster, until it became impossible for me to film. When I finally turned the camera off, another woman walked straight up to me. Her face inches from mine, she practically spat, “Shame on you. People died for this land. This is Jewish land. If you don’t like it, go to Syria. Go die in Syria.

Budget-strapped Israeli military banks on future US aid Future funding for IDF purchases of American weaponry to be discussed next week during Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s visit to Israel.

Israel’s Bitter Splits Boil Over into the Open

Mofaz: Israel Can’t Handle Iran Alone

Conflit israélo-palestinien et antisémitisme : Enderlin accuse ses confrères d’autocensure

Alan Dershowitz: BDS a strategic threat to Israel in the long term

Robert Fisk: How on earth can Israel tolerate this filth from B’nai Brith Canada?  Four million Canadians carrying the anti-Semitic ‘disease’? We’ve heard this kind of despicable propaganda before

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West Bank Settlements: Zionist Supremacist Media Lets the Mask Slip "Netanyahu to settlers: I'm with you, but there are international constraints."

In op-eds, church leaders say BDS is moral response to Netanyahu’s rejection of Palestinian statehood

Three US churches consider BDS measures against Israel in upcoming vote
US church to divest over Israeli treatment of Palestinians  Delegates call on United Church of Christ's financial arms to sell off stock in any company profiting from 'human rights violations arising from the occupation'; economic impact on Israel expected to be negligible.
As UN vents on Gaza, Jews and Christians festively argue Israel’s case Outside UN Human Rights Council debate in Geneva, demonstrators from across Europe commiserate about an irreparably biased organization
US church votes to divest from companies operating in West Bank United Church of Christ urges boycott of Ahava Dead Sea products, SodaStream; two more churches weigh similar resolutions.
To Our Friends in the United Church of Christ We write to thank you as Jews, Muslims, Protestants, atheists and others; as mothers and fathers, daughters and sons; and as people united in our belief in justice and liberation for all peoples.
We thank you for your historic and moral vote to divest from the Israeli occupation. Your vote is a profound act of solidarity with Palestinians who have suffered decades of occupation, dispossession, and discrimination.
Heeding “His Call,” United Church of Christ Divests from Israel
Israeli Foreign Ministry slams US church boycott as ‘immoral’ Spokesperson says United Church of Christ move to divest from companies operating in West Bank is ‘demonization’ of Israel
United Church of Christ votes to divest from companies with ties to Israeli settlements Delegates called on the denomination's financial arms to sell off stock in firms profiting from human rights violations.


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Netanyahu to settlers: I'm fighting for you, but there are international constraints
Netanyahu tells settler leaders he is their 'greatest defender,' but his hands are tied by 'international' considerations.

By | May 29, 2014 | 2:12 AM | 15
Leaders of the Yesha Council of settlements met Wednesday evening with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and asked him to bring an end to the months-long freeze on planning, construction, and marketing of West Bank and East Jerusalem housing. According to sources that were present for the meeting, Netanyahu told the settlerment leaders that he has in fact been advancing their cause in recent months. "You have no shield greater than I," he said. "I fight for you."
"But there are international constraints and you know them," he said, according to a source present at the meeting. "Everyone tells me all the time that the peace process is stuck because of the settlements. I reply to them that that's not true and that the real reason is the [Palestinian] refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state."
Yesha heads told Netanyahu, according to sources at the meeting, that the last time tenders for construction in the settlements were published happened after the third round of releasing Palestinian prisoners in January. They added that the planning and construction committee of the West Bank civil administration has not convened in more than three months to discuss projects that are in different phases of completion. They said they have not been able to push forward plans to build public institutions such as schools or kindergartens.
"I was not aware of the damage and suffering it has caused," Netanyahu said according to the source. Netanyahu tried to show sympathy with the Yesha leaders but he did not promise a thing except that he would look into the matter more deeply and consider possible solutions with Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon and Cabinet Secretary Avichai Mandelblit.
The facts presented to Netanyahu did not come as news. After all, it was the prime minister who decided to place a freeze on planning and construction in an attempt to prolong the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks – and to maintain the freeze after the talks failed to avoid international condemnation, which could involve economic and political sanctions.
Martin Indyk, the U.S. envoy to the peace talks, said in a speech several weeks ago following the collapse of the talks, that that massive construction in the settlements during the time of negotiations was a central cause for the collapse. Indyk's words together with briefings from White House to the same effect created the sense internationally that Israel was to blame for the collapse.
One of the first consequences was a decision by the German government not to grant Israel hundreds of millions of dollars to purchase German-made missile boats meant to defend Israel's natural gas interests in the Mediterranean. The Germans told Israel that their parliament would not approve such a move in wake of the collapse of the talks.
About 12 regional council heads were present at the meeting including Avi Roe of the Benyamin regional council, Davidi Pearl of Gush Etzion, Gershon Mesika of Shomron, Yohai Damari of Har Hevron, Malachi Levinger of Kiryat Arba, Oded Ravivi of Efrat, Yogal Lahav of Karnei Shomron, Hananel Dorani of Kedumim, and two senior Yesha officials, Ze'ev Hever and Dani Dayan.
Also present at the meeting were Meir Rubenstein, the Haredi mayor of Beitar Illit and regional council heads of Alfei Menashe, Beit El, Har Adar, Givat Ze'ev, and proxy for the mayor of Ariel. 




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Netanyahu playing into anti-Semites’ hands
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thinks he's the leader of world Jewry and it's us against the Western world.

By | May 30, 2014 | 2:40 AM | 4

Emperor Netanyahu, head of the Jewish empire with its capital the State of Israel, has announced the diversion of the economic armies from west to east. Netanyahu has abandoned our interests in the sinking continent of Europe, the newspapers heralded, and marked our new interests in the east. “I come here now from signing an agreement with the deputy prime minister of China, and last week I signed similar agreements with the prime minister of Japan. I had a talk with the President of Nigeria, who asked me to send Israeli aid to the struggle against Islamic terrorism. Yesterday, I spoke to the president of Serbia, who asked me to send Israeli aid against the floods in his state,” Netanyahu boasted at the Likud Knesset faction meeting.
He summed up: “This is our answer to those who want to isolate us.” The West repudiates us? Let’s recreate ourselves in the East (at least until they realize who we are).
The fear of losing the Jewish majority in Israel, which is a modern reincarnation of the Jews’ primeval fear of being annihilated, is of the utmost importance to the leader of the Jews. Obviously, neither peace nor democracy will help the struggle against the demographic threat, inasmuch as it is seen as a threat. The only effective ammunition in this war is Jews — and the “Jewish identity” bill is the weapon.
We are witnessing a move to nationalize the Diaspora Jews. The bill aims to identify Jewish with Israeli and convert all Diaspora Jews into Israelis de facto. It’s only a matter of time until Jews, wherever they are, get the right to vote. This is a bid for numerical fortification, similar to the statistical manipulations that serve as a substitute for the struggle against poverty. The Diaspora Jews will be counted together with the Jews in Israel, without having to immigrate. This is an implementation of the right of return, without Jews having to actually return.
Such a move could be disastrous. It is not inevitable that Jews in Diaspora will have to deal with anti-Semitism again. If they are Israelis whether they want to be or not, they will no longer be able to ask to distinguish between protest against Israel’s policy and Jew hating. They may be blamed again for dual loyalty — to the state they live in and the Jewish state.
Perhaps such a situation is not against Israel’s interests. Zionism in its current incarnation has created a distorted dependency on anti-Semitism — the ideological migration to Israel has been exhausted, as has the migration of persecuted and poor Jews. We are left with millions of obstinate Jews, who regardless of how many Birthright trips Sheldon Adelson gives them at his expense, still prefer life outside Israel to partaking in the project of the Jewish state.
Ultimately, the only way to bring them here and harness them to the demographic struggle is to make them understand that no matter how bad things are here, they are even worse over there.
Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman are on a dangerous course. They want to harness the struggle against anti-Semitism to the struggle against moves against Israel’s policy. But they don’t realize, or do realize and turn a blind eye, that the move will backfire. It will merely inflame the rage and anger further, because it portrays Israel and the Jews as a body without borders that wants to expand beyond its state. In this sense, Netanyahu is playing into the anti-Semites’ hands by implementing their wildest fantasy about the Jews.
America’s Jews have been trying for some time to distinguish between the Jews and Israel and convey the message that they will not be able to defend Israel as an extension of their identity, unless it starts going straight. But Netanyahu and Lieberman don’t believe in responsibility and friendship in the world, only economic interests and anti-Semitism — and world order as simply their reorganization. They are like Russian President Vladimir Putin’s people, who pooh-poohed American sanctions over the invasion to Ukraine, remarking that at worst they won’t be able to go to Disneyland.




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When Nicole Krauss was bullied in Jerusalem for being a U.S. Jew
What passes through Israel's head when it lets the likes of author A.B. Yehoshua to represent it, taunting and insulting and pushing away any remaining friends in an increasingly alienated world?
By | May 30, 2014 | 6:47 PM5

Last week I had the privilege and pleasure of participating in the International Writers Festival, held in Mishkenot Sha’ananim in Jerusalem. The festival was enriching and exciting, but overhanging it was a cloud that dampened the enjoyment, in the form of the international boycott that is slowly solidifying around Israel’s cultural life. Several of the international participants related to the boycott as an established fact that everyone except us, the targets of the boycott, is aware of and accepts as part of the new global reality.
Among the numerous pleasant encounters between Israeli writers and their overseas counterparts, an ugly interaction stood out. This was a conversation between A.B. Yehoshua and the young and successful American Jewish writer Nicole Krauss. Yehoshua let loose, without any provocation from the smiling and mild-mannered Krauss, with a blustering and surprisingly rude frontal assault on his interlocutor. Krauss is a thoughtful and interesting writer who, despite a busy schedule, made time to attend and assist the festival, in addition to her vigorous efforts to counter the international boycott that threatens us.
Yehoshua’s attack was confused and his arguments unfounded, and I cannot restate them in full here. He totally rejected the possibility of leading an authentic and significant Jewish life outside the borders of this country and the Ben Gurionist-Zionist paradigm which he espouses. He rejected in one sweep any non-Israeli Jewish literature, taking particular aim at the giants of American Jewish literature of the previous generation, such as Bernard Malamud, Philip Roth and Saul Bellow. Yehoshua claimed that he was “unimpressed” by them since they failed the test by not comprehending the grandeur of political Zionism by not opting for it as the sole path for a continued Jewish historical existence.
Yehoshua’s strange behavior demonstrated an unpleasant mix of a threatened and weak yet overblown ego, of provincial feelings of inferiority together with an unjustified sense of superiority, also provincial in nature. To Krauss’ credit she was not drawn in by this ugly and needless provocation, made by the Israeli writer she admires most (it was said at the festival that she initiated this dialogue out of respect for his work). She insisted on talking about other topics, making interesting and complex arguments while maintaining her dignified pose, which stood in increasingly stark contrast to the tasteless aggressiveness of her partner in dialogue, which only became worse as the conversation continued.
I was shocked. I had never witnessed such behavior on a public stage. Israelis around me giggled forgivingly. They are used to this kind of behavior by Yehoshua, whom they insist on calling by his childhood nickname “Buli.” Unfortunately, this sounds close to the English word bully, the neighborhood thug who bothers helpless children during school recess and on the playground, threatening and striking them for no reason. Apparently his behavior is a well known phenomenon. Jewish organizations in the United States invite him to conferences and events supporting Israel and he attacks and slanders his hosts, declaring their Jewish lives incomplete and inauthentic, negating their efforts to live a significant Jewish life and to maintain the increasingly eroding affinity they have with Israel.
The masochism that makes these organizations continue inviting the neighborhood bully to their identity-searching playground is a topic for another article, but one must question what passes through Israel’s head when it allows him to represent it abroad, taunting and insulting and pushing away any remaining friends in an increasingly alienated world? Perhaps the problem is larger and more worrisome than that of the irrational lashing out of this unmannered writer? Maybe the show put on by Yehoshua truly reflects the new face of Israel, whose complacent and thuggish insensitivity has caused its long-standing friends to express reservations, to distance themselves and finally to boycott it?









LE CREDO SHOATIQUE

1-Quiconque n'est pas sioniste est antisémite.
2-L'antisémitisme, la mère des crimes contre l'humanité, nous menace tous, c'est pourquoi la lutte contre l'antisémitisme est la plus haute priorité.
3-L'antisémitisme n'est sûrement pas une "théorie du complot", puisque les théories du complot sont délirantes et alimentent l'antisémitisme le plus abject et mortifère.
4-L'antisémitisme, le complot contre les juifs est une guerre contre Dieu.
5-Satan, le Mal en personne est l'antisémite, le nazi.
6-La Shoah est d'actualité même après plus de 70 ans, car elle risque à tout moment de se produire à nouveau.






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États-Unis: Le National Council of Churches, les Églises luthériennes, méthodistes et unitariennes réclament une enquête sur l'aide financière et militaire à Israël

"Kerry a déclaré la guerre à Dieu!" Menaces de mort contre Kerry-Haman: c'est pas des musulmans! Les antijuifs de plus en plus décomplexés inquiètent... Mais qu'en est-il des menaces de mort à peine voilées proférées impunément par des juifs contre des hommes d'État?

"Tout le monde est antijuif -- à part les sionistes." Plus israélien que les Israéliens, Harper resserre les liens de famille (pour ne pas dire incestueux) entre les États colonialistes et tentaculaires du Canada et d'Israël. Même les médiats juifs israéliens (comme le Jerusalem Post) sont restés bouche-bée de voir Harper s'abaisser à ce point, ne trouvant pas l'ombre d'une critique à formuler à l'endroit des politiques israéliennes

"Je larguerais Israël demain matin!" dit au Congrès le professeur Michael Scheuer, ancien directeur de l'unité anti-Ben Laden à la CIA

NY Times: Sans ennemi extérieur à combattre, Israël est voué à l'éclatement

Le directeur de 'Christians United for Israel' est l'un des 50 juifs les plus influents selon le magazine Forward

L'Occident "chrétien" complice de l'éradication des Chrétiens du Moyen-orient

Le Vatican dénonce: Israël encourage la haine envers le christianisme -- Si les Juifs veulent le respect, qu'ils commencent par respecter autrui!

Ovadia Yossef, grand rabbin sépharade d'Israël, ira déverser sa haine en enfer


Ariel Scheinermann, dit "Sharon", en enfer après plusieurs années de retard... Couvert de malédictions kabbalistiques, associé au légendaire ennemi des juifs Amalek, tout comme Kissinger et d'autres juifs américanisés... Même lui n'aura pu satisfaire les colons israéliens qui l'attaquèrent pour avoir "bloqué" l'expansion des colonies illégales
Pendant que les internationalistes du Congrès juif mondial attaquent les partis d'extrême-droite européens, Israël n'a aucune crainte de s'allier à eux pour combattre ensemble un prétendu péril musulman... La Palestine n'étant qu'une "cause islamiste à peine voilée"!

Les médiats juifs tels que le New York Times dissimulent les efforts des groupes juifs pour pousser l'Occident en guerre en Syrie pour lsraël; l'AIPAC confirme timidement son rôle de fauteur de guerres la veille de Roch Hachana, dit le "Jour du Jugement"; les groupes juifs craignent d'être associés à de tels efforts et soutiennent que c'est un devoir moral pour eux de prendre la parole, vu qu'ils s'y connaissent tellement en gazage; leur agent John Kerry (Cohn) dit qu'Assad est comme Hitler et Hussein; une victoire de "l'axe Téhéran-Damas-Hezbollah" gênerait fortement lsraël qui cherche à d'établir un précédent en Syrie afin de faciliter une guerre contre l'Iran

Le jeu des devinettes: qu'ont en commun Al Capone et la contrebande d'alcool durant la prohibition, Meyer Lansky et l'armement de tsahal, Jack Ruby et l'assassinat de JFK, la production d'anthrax à Grosse-Ile au Québec et la Seconde guerre mondiale, John McCain et Rupert Murdoch, la guerre contre le nationalisme québecois et le nouveau chef des finances du parti Libéral canadien?


Jérusalem occupée par l'anti-Christ