Amidst "Christian Zionist" praise for Israel, there’s the clear implication that in order to qualify as a democracy, a country is required to allow the Christian message to be spread without restraint. Where does that leave the Jewish state, and those charged with upholding Torah values? And what do Arab Israelis have to tell us about halacha on this issue. See blog post: Christocracy in the Holy Land

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Comment by Jake Jacobs on September 11, 2009 at 9:31am
While Muslims are to be commended in believing in a Monotheistic God (albeight a perverted understanding of a god that promotes suicide bombers and the murder of men, women and children), the sad fact of the matter is that more Jewish women convert or live with Arabs in Israel than Jews convert to christianity. Got no statistics for this, but they both suck and laws should be made in this country to prevent both from missionizing or converting to.
Perhaps this is what the Rabbi's intended when they said that one of the first things a real Jewish Messiah would do in the messianic era is to turn the Judicial system to a Torah based one. Speedily in our days.....if we but
Comment by Jake Jacobs on September 11, 2009 at 9:31am
will it!


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