HELEN THOMAS "DELEGITIMIZES" ISRAEL - AGAIN
By Rev. Ted Pike
23 Feb 11
Feisty Helen Thomas again skewered Israel, this time on a CNN interview. She stated that most of the "Jews" who violently drove out 800,000 Palestinians from Palestine in 1948 were actually not Jews at all but "Europeans" (ie. descendants of the central European nation of Khazaria converted to Judaism about 850 AD). (See, The Khazars: Do They Destroy God's Plan for the Jews?) "They're not Semites, I mean, most of them are from Europe."
She also asserted that, with the end of World War II, persecution of Jews worldwide had ceased and there was no need for such "Europeans" to steal Palestine from those who had occupied it for millennia. "There hasn't been persecution… since World War II. You don't take other people's land. They didn't have to go anywhere really, because they weren't being persecuted anymore… Under international law occupied land should not be annexed."
Defending herself from the accusation that she is insensitive in criticizing Israel and Jewish control, Thomas replies: "Count how many Palestinians are in jail now, taken from their homes, a million refugees, is that sensitive?"
Thomas reiterated her claim that, short of having their career ruined by Jewish attack groups like ADL, there is no freedom of speech for public figures who criticize Israel. "We have organized lobbyists in favor of Israel…. You can't open your mouth. I can call the president of the United States anything in the book, but if you say one thing about Israel…you're off limits…. I have regrets that everyone misinterpreted it and distorted it, and you have the Ari Fleischer and the Abe Foxman distorting everything, so I certainly knew that and I should of kept my mouth shut, probably."
But she didn't, and for that, millions are extremely grateful.
Thomas: Unrepentant Truth-Teller
Thomas, veteran correspondent and crusty Washington insider, has again come closer to epitomizing Biblical and historical truth-telling concerning the spiritually counterfeit state of Israel than any public figure today. She precisely embodies God's policy toward exiled Jews, as He delivered it to Jeremiah in 597 BC (Jeremiah 29:4-14). God told the Jews, about to be deported en masse to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar, that they were absolutely not to return and repopulate Palestine until He brought them back in obedience. Instead, they were to dwell in the lands of their dispersion, seeking the peace and welfare of their host countries. They were not to follow rabble-rousing activists among them (such as ADL and SPLC), causing them to wear out their welcome among the nations.
God kept His word 70 years later when, at His own initiative, He led a remnant under Ezra and Nehemiah from Babylon to Palestine. But this was permitted only because the remnant fulfilled his requirements of righteousness, justice, and kindness to the "stranger in the land." The Old Testament is emphatic in over two dozen of the clearest passages that only through such obedience can a nation of Jews ever occupy a land dedicated to holiness. (For a comprehensive list of verses stating God's conditional terms for occupation of Palestine see List of Conditional Salvation Verses.)
With greater courage, wisdom, and innate understanding of the true right and wrong of the Mideast debacle, Helen Thomas shames the cowards of Christendom, especially Christian media moguls such as WorldNetDaily's Joseph Farah, who has joined with ADL in vilifying her. (See, Who's 'Spewing Venom' - Helen Thomas or WorldNetDaily?)
No, Helen, you should not have kept your mouth shut. Like the Hebrew prophets of old, keep speaking the whole and undiminished truth!
If you do not, the stones will cry out.
Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watchdog organization.
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