Friday, December 18, 2015

UMJC Leadership Wants Israel to Surrender Its Land as Part of a Two State "Solution"

Most Israelis understand that the so-called Two State Solution [delusion] involves Israel signing its own death warrant:

Link to Jersualem Post Article

However, Jamie Cowen, former UMJC president and current member of the MJRC, leadership training arm of the UMJC, says that Israel should pursue the so-called Two State Solution (i.e. revert to pre-67 borders):

Link to Article by Jamie Cowen

This is absolutely shocking coming from a Believer!

Why should Israel surrender G-d-given land to arabs who reject Israel's right to exist and who have stated in their national charters their primary purpose is to destroy Israel, that they love death more than Jews love life?




7 comments:

  1. Hi, I think it is mostly the opinion of one guy in the organisation, not a general view of the UMJC. Am I wrong?

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    1. Remi,

      Did the people of the UMJC select Jamie Cowen as their representative because they believed his views are NOT representative of their own views?

      Let's not kid ourselves.

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  2. Is he still affiliated with UMJC?

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    1. Yeah:

      http://ourrabbis.org/main/members/member-list

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  3. UMJC also look pro-ecumenical... http://www.umjc.org/rabbi-mark-kinzer-publishes-new-book/

    I don't, Peter, that you are too fan of the Catholic "church". Have you check if they are? They usually try not to publicly say that they pro-Rome, for obvious reason... Am I wrong?

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    1. Remi,

      I think the Catholic Church is a criminal organization and, therefore, I do not see the need for rapprochement (friendly diplomatic relations) with the Catholic Church.

      The UMJC, on the other hand, is apparently having a whirlwind romance with the Catholic Church. I seem to recall David Rudolph saying that he went to Rome recently, as part of some UMJC delegation, and met with some leaders of the Roman Catholic Church and had gelato. Sounded a bit like a young schoolboy describing a first date.




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    2. I agree with you. It seems as thought they are looking for the numbers, the catholic being the biggest "christian" denomination.

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