But they're being called anti-Zionist, which is a nicer way of accusing someone of being anti-Semitic. Or being called anti-Israel, another way to slime someone with the anti-Semitic paintbrush.
Their crime? Asking questions about Israel's brutal and sadistic treatment of Palestinians by asking for an accounting of all that money they've given to that deranged state of Hate over the decades.
Episcopalians debate U.S. aid to Israel, Denomination’s leaders urged to request an accounting of money sent to Jewish nation.And oh the horror of it all when some of these same churches identify with the constantly under siege Palestinians as 'brothers and sisters.'
A group of prominent Episcopalians is criticizing their church’s stand on Israel, urging it to join 15 other denominations who call for an accounting of U.S. aid to Israel.
The public letter released last week notes that leaders of 15 religious groups, including Lutherans, Presbyterians and Methodists, asked Congress to take that step in October, and that the “voice of the Episcopal Church is woefully missing.”
The group includes Nobel Peace Prize recipient Archbishop Desmond Tutu, an Anglican, and former Episcopal Presiding Bishop Ed Browning. The group also called on church executives to ensure that financial resources are not being used to support Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories.
Jewish leaders reacted strongly to the other churches’ October letter, seeing it as a momentous betrayal. A statement spoke of “the vicious anti-Zionism that has gone virtually unchecked in several of these denominations.”
That will surely get them a spot in the Talmud version of Hell right next to JC, whose been condemned to suffer for eternity in a burning pit of excrement.
That these brave and noble churches are finally developing a conscience in regards to their brothers and sisters in Occupied Palestine is scary to the Judaic Terror Masters that have been ravishing this planet for centuries... if not longer.
For the lop-sided view, you can click here to go to the Front Page's version, but that's only recommend for those with a strong stomach and even stronger nose.
That 15 other denominations are joining the Episcopalians is an encouraging sign.
Maybe they're finally realizing it's past time to start acting like Christians and love they brother as they self. But that's a compassion sorely lacking in the Jews Holy Book, the Talmud.
Don't worry Israel, you still have plenty of Congressional ass-kissers to fill any funding gap.