A pagan state in the Holy Land
The Jewish State of Israel is, in fact, a pagan state that displays all the mores and morals of paganism. Any Jew who is convinced that the events of the return of the Jews to the Holy Land and the ‘restoration’ of the State of Israel represent progress towards the return of the golden age and the validation of Judaism as Truth must shudder at the following recent news articles in the Jerusalem Post which confirm the pagan way of life which now thrives in the Holy Land:
“According to police statistics, there are more than 200 brothels, 200 sex clubs, and an unknown number of offices providing call girls throughout the country. Yael Dayan, chair of the Knesset Committee on the Status of Women, estimates that there are about one million visits each month to prostitutes, both of the storefront or streetwalker variety and those who work in the higher-class escort services. Some 50 to 60 ‘health clubs’ operate in the few blocks around Tel Aviv’s old Central Bus Station alone, with other concentrations in Haifa, Jerusalem, Netanya, Beersheba, Ashkelon, Ashdod, and Eilat. The back pages of local papers in many cities are filled with ads for sex services, as well as discreet ‘help wanted’ ads trying to recruit women to the trade.”
(Jerusalem Post, August 28, 2000)
“In recent months, the media have been filled with revelations about the extent of white slavery in Israel. Women are being sold as chattels from one pimp to another. Approximately 25,000 sexual transactions for money take place every day in Israel. Coupled with the conviction of (Defence Minister) Yitzhak Mordechai for aggravated sexual assault and his subsequent judicial pardon, those revelations have provoked a great deal of discussion about the value of a woman's body in Israeli society. Though Israeli society may have lagged at the start of the revolution, today the sexual practices of Israelis are, with the exception of the religious, virtually indistinguishable from citizens of other Western countries. The absence of consent makes the actions of Mordechai and those who buy and sell women on auction blocks, both morally and legally far more reprehensible than the everyday casual sexual encounter. But their actions reflect commonplace ways of viewing others.”
(Jerusalem Post, May 10, 2001)
Another report from an Israeli who occupies a very high position in that society is even more revealing of the nature and extent of oppression in the Jewish State:
“ …. in public remarks that shocked Israelis, a former head of the Israeli domestic security service blamed government policies for triggering the Palestinian revolt.
“Ami Ayalon, retired head of the Shin Bet security service, said Israel is guilty of ‘apartheid’ policies that go against the spirit of Judaism. He suggested that the Palestinians were following a logic in choosing violence, and spoke of the profound ‘humiliation’ that Israel inflicts on Palestinian workers and others who seek to enter Israel. Such comments are commonly heard from Palestinians and outsiders but rarely from an Israeli who has held senior-level positions in the security establishment.”
(Jerusalem Post, Tuesday December 4, 2000)
Indeed the President of Israel himself has unwittingly confirmed the oppression visited upon a hapless Palestinian people who resist the Jewish State with the Intifada:
“If they have any sense of logic, the Palestinians will open their eyes and realize where this evil path has taken them: hundreds of dead and thousands of injured even though we have exercised restraint, poverty and deprivation, heavy unemployment, irreversible damage to the economy, a collapsing administrative network and in addition to all that they have not advanced politically.”
(Israeli President Katsav, Jerusalem Post Feb 16, 2001)
The President betrayed his contempt for Arabs in the typical way that modern godless modernity has cultivated:
“They're our neighbors here, but it seems as if at a distance of a few hundred meters away, there are people who don't belong to our continent, to our world, but actually belong to a different galaxy.”
(President Moshe Katsav, Jerusalem Post, May 11, 2001)
Dan Jacobson, a professor at Tel Aviv University, had this to say about Israeli justice:
“For 52 years the Arab minority has been shamefully discriminated against. Consistent land expropriation is but one of the harsher expressions of this discrimination. Denial of jobs in the civil service, major government companies, and publicly owned companies; the meager resources allocated to education and health services in the Arab sector; the embarrassingly disproportionate share of state budgets going to Arab municipalities, are additional expressions of the Israeli Arab citizens’ second-class status. These facts have been repeatedly recognized by successive governments, including those of the right wing, but very little have been done in the course of five decades to resolve the problem.”
(Jerusalem Post, April 3, 2001)
The above confirms that we are now witnessing the fulfillment of the Qur’anic warning that hell will come before their very eyes:
“And We shall present Hell that day for Kuffar to see, all spread out. (They will be such Kuffar) whose eyes had been under a veil from (recognizing accepting and embracing) My Guidance, and who had been unable even to hear.”
(Qur’an, al-Kahf, 18:100-101)
Let us hasten to recognize that the New World Order that has emerged in consequence of the dominance of modern secular western civilization is one in which godlessness, racial, economic and religious oppression, immorality and sexual slavery have embraced mankind around the world today, including the Muslim world. But the Holy Land is a special land. And the Qur’an is emphatic in its declaration that only those who possess faith (in the God of Abraham), and are righteous in conduct, will be allowed to inherit that Holy Land (see Qur’an, al-Anbiyah, 21:105). Neither modern day Israel, nor the secular, nationalist Palestine Liberation Organization, appears even remotely capable of fulfilling these conditions. The Qur’anic conception of the destiny of Jerusalem in so far as control over the Holy Land is concerned is therefore one in which neither Yassir Arafat’s secular Palestine Liberation Organization, nor the secular State of Israel, will survive. Birds of a feather will perish together!
The above arguments clearly demonstrate the invalidity of Israel’s political claim to legitimacy in so far as inheritance of the Holy Land is concerned. This should not be something too difficult for a believing Jew or Christian to recognize and to accept.
to be continued....