Likud) on the Committee for Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Affairs . Danon was of course very involved in encouraging the Ephramite Hebraic roots movement back in 2008 with Likud activist Sagiv Assulin. To be continued...…
out selling their souls. Why can't the Jewish powers-that-be give Gentile supporters firm ground rules and politely insist that they respect Jewish sensitivities? A little Jewish pride and assertiveness would go a long way, as it would surely separate the sincere Gentiles who have no ulterior agenda from the those with evangelizing, prophetic or eschatological aspirations.
Perhaps we're dealing with the following problem:
Our leaders and activists have lost a sense of what the limits and ground rules are in Judaism
Our leaders and activists know in their hearts that devout Christians (Evangelicals and Mormons included) are hard-pressed to stick to the rules in Israel, because of an unbridled enthusiasm for jesus and an obligation to evangelize in some form (not necessarily overt proselytizing)
Our leaders and activists are lazy and Evangelicals are so "easy". As Danny Danon told TIME:
"The Jews give, but it's always, 'Yes, but.''' Here he grinned. "With the evangelicals," he said, "there's never a 'but.'"…