Jews for Jesus
is claiming 14 new Israeli converts for this month. And Israeli HOT Cable TV
featured the head of the cult’s Israeli branch defending his activities as “democracy…freedom of expression, freedom of religion”
, and “completely legal” in the State of Israel.
As Benny, the guest accommodation manager at Kibbutz Amiad – which was hosting Jews for Jesus - puts it, “We know how to take money, they know how to give money. It’s strictly business. It’s not as though Amiad is changing its religion.”