Trevor Loudon's New Zeal blog has moved to

TrevorLoudon.com

redirecting you there now

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Glenn Beck "I Stand With Israel"

So do I.



Courtesy of The Daily Beck

12 Comments:

Blogger a fellow patriot said...

I too stand with Israel.

1:49 PM  
Blogger debbie said...

Yes ... we all must stand with Israel ...

2:10 PM  
Blogger Cobra said...

Given any other alternative in that region, yeah, standing with Israel is the only rational stand for us.

2:28 PM  
Blogger stang289 said...

I stand with Israel, and I stand against Obama

3:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I Stand with Israel...

2:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As do I -- I only hope that God will give me the strength and courage to stand publicly -- when the Mahdi or 12th Imam (self-proclaimed, I'm sure) arrives on the scene.

7:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the 12th Imam or Mahdi or whatever gets in my sights, I'll shoot the MF'er.

What exactly does "stand up" mean Glenn? You've railed for months that there's "no place for violence" when resisting government overreach etc. So, we "stand up" and then what? Submit and go away.

What does "stand up" really mean Glenn?

I'm confused.

I'm more than willing to "stand up" with millions of other Americans and FIGHT (except it has become apparent to me that America is no longer the "home of the brave" (not the "land of the free" either frankly). However, if we're not going to FIGHT, why bother to stand up?


Diamondback

7:31 AM  
Anonymous Bob A. said...

I stand wit Israel.
http://boudicabpi.wordpress.com
http://boudicabpi.boudica.us
and have publicly said so.
Bob A.

10:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

STAND WITH ISRAEL I
The real reason Israel is such an affront to Islam lies in Muhammad’s commandment to Muslims:
"The Hour [Resurrection] will not take place until the Muslims fight the Jews, and kill them. And the Jews will hide behind the rock and tree, and the rock and tree will say: ‘Oh Muslim, oh servant of Allah, this is a Jew behind me, come and kill him!’" (Muslim 41:6985; also Bukhari 4:52:177)

This Hadith was issued by Muhammad in the 7th century, not after the 1948 creation of the State of Israel. It is not a response to modern-day grievances, but a permanent commandment, based on the fact that when Muhammad asked the Jews of Yathrib (now Medina) to accept Islam, they laughed in his face and told him go away, since they had a perfectly good God of their own already.

Jew-hatred is thus intrinsic to Islamic scriptures that do not permit reformation under the penalty of death. The real basis of the Arab/Israeli conflict is not a conflict over land or occupation. It is a divine obligation to destroy neighboring (non-Muslim) Israel.

The Arab League’s recent Middle East peace proposal should be seen within the context of this religious duty. It demands not only a right for any Palestinian Arab to make his home in the new Palestinian State that the peace plan proposes, but insists on an equal right for Palestinians to live in Israel proper. This would require Israel to accept millions of Palestinian Arabs who would relocate into Israel itself, rather than making their homes in the newly created Palestinian State.

11:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

STAND WITH ISRAEL II
The 1948 war that led to the Palestinian Arab displacement began within hours of the historic United Nations decision to create a Jewish homeland and (it should be noted) the same Palestinian state that the Arab League now demands as the price of “peace.”

Israel was attacked without warning by five Arab nations who refused to accept an independent Jewish state in their midst.
Despite repeated assurances from Jewish leaders that non-combatants would remain unmolested, many Palestinian Arabs fled to refugee camps in Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, at that time part of Egypt.

They expected to return to their homes in a few days once the Arabs were victorious. But the unthinkable happened. The Jews won. Ever since that time, the Palestinian Arab leaders have kept their people trapped in squalid refugee camps as a political weapon, rather than encouraging them to migrate to other Arab countries where they could make new homes.

This demonstrates the late, unlamented Yasser Arafat's mastery of a core Marxist-Leninist political tactic, "The National Question." Based on the works of Lenin, Marxist-Leninists have for decades encouraged the independence aspirations of indigenous peoples and minority groups to bring about the overthrow of the existing social order, and eventual socialist control.

Arafat's Soviet instructors helped him to see that world opinion could be mobilised behind his cause if the refugees became "Palestinians" rather than Arabs. By becoming "Palestinians," the Arabs succeeded in turning the Arab-Israeli conflict from a war of annihilation against the Jews into a struggle of dispossessed natives against colonialist invaders.

The Arab League and the United Nations currently count some 4.3 million Palestinian Arabs as "refugees" or the descendants of refugees. This rules out Arab claims of Israeli "genocide," since the 700,000 Palestinian Arab refugees of 1948-9 have evidently multiplied by some 600 percent in less than 60 years.

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

STAND WITH ISRAEL IV
Israel’s current population of 7.1 million comprises 76 percent (5.396 million) Jews, 20 percent (1.42 million) Arabs, and four percent (284, 000) Christians and others. Based on current birth rates the Jewish majority is already shrinking because Arab families are reproducing almost three times faster than their Jewish counterparts.

The “right of return” demanded by the Arab League would soon lead to Jewish Israel being swamped demographically. Admitting millions of descendants of displaced Palestinian Arabs means that within a few decades, Israel would cease to exist. An Arab majority would simply overrun the dwindling Jewish population, using the mechanisms of Israeli democracy to create a single, united Palestinian Arab state without even a shot being fired.

Israel is right to reject such a proposal.

11:52 AM  
Anonymous Nancy said...

I don't know who 'anonymous' is (for obvious reasons) but if the first one is Muslim, I tell them, as a Jew, standing up for the Jews is a good thing. We welcome you. We will protect you as we protect ourselves. We don't hate Muslims. If you stand with us, come inside our fold and we will shelter you. Muslims and Jews are related. We are cousins. We can each choose to end the family feud. There is no spiritual reason to hate each other.

I stand with Israel. And I stand with all REALLY peace loving Muslims who want lasting peace with Israel and the Jews.

7:27 PM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home