December 22, 2015
Yes, there are still Christians in Israel. At least in Jerusalem.
Israeli anti-racism activists have called for an investigation after a Jewish extremist leader urged a ban on Christmas celebrations in the country and called Christians “vampires”.
Benzi Gopstein, who heads the far-right Lehava organisation and has been arrested a number of times, made the comments in an article on the ultra-Orthodox Jewish website Kooker.
“Christmas has no place in the Holy Land,” wrote Gopstein, who lives in a Jewish settlement in Hebron in the occupied West Bank.
He spoke of the “fall of the line of defence of the Jewish people for hundreds of years against our enemies, the Catholic Church.”
“The mission of those vampires and bloodsuckers remains. If Jews cannot be killed, they can be converted,” he wrote.
“We must remove the vampires before they drink our blood once again.”
I wonder who the Israeli anti-racism activists are? Jews high on their own supply?
And isn’t interesting that in this case, Judaism is once more a race?