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Monday, 26 May 2014

Israel abuses freedom to please Pope: The Pope is welcomed in Bethlehem as a hero of the PLO.


Photo: POPE FRANCIS: GIVE BACK THE VESSELS!

Today the Pope is in Jerusalem, and we demand: Return at once the Holy Temple vessels stolen by Titus in 70 CE and later hidden away in the Vatican where they have remained for over 1000 years.

In your own words, Pope Francis, the situation is "increasingly unacceptable." Return the stolen vessels at once!

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Return at once the Holy Temple vessels stolen by Titus in 70 CE and later hidden away in the Vatican where they have remained for over 1000 years.

Israel abuses freedom to please Pope

The posters called on Pope Francis to leave Israel and to return holy relics looted by the Romans from Beit Hamikdash (Second Temple).

Muslims are permitted to protest in Jerusalem in favor of the Pope.
United Muslims and Roman Catholics are permitted to protest in Jerusalem in favor of the Pope.

Two residents of Jerusalem were arrested in connection to banners posted in the city decrying Pope Francis’s upcoming arrival in Israel on Sunday, reported Israel Radio on Friday.

The posters called on Pope Francis to leave Israel and to return holy relics looted by the Romans from Beit Hamikdash (Second Temple).

The suspects were found with dozens of such posters still in their possession.
Israel issued restraining orders against several Jewish right-wing activists earlier this week, restricting their movements over concern that they could try to disrupt the historic visit.

The recent rise in “price tag” attacks targeting “Christians” has led to the Roman Catholic Church’s demand for action and increased security.

Tensions were high in the capital as the city braced itself for a security feat with the upcoming visit of the pope, who has stated he will not avail himself of bullet-proof vehicles during his three day trip to the Middle East.

Source: Jerusalem Post 

My comment:

The global totalitarian regime is fast advancing to please the papacy. Any critics of the Holy See will eventually be brought to silence. Either by surrender, or by force.

It is pathetic, that the Government of Israel is willing to abolish the freedom of expression to please the papacy.

People who demand the Vatican to return stolen artifacts from the Second Temple period, is branded as “right wing Jews”.

Even in claimed to be “Christian newspapers”. Such is the nature of evil.
How come, many claimed to be Christians at best keep quiet?

They are all in the pockets of Roman Catholicism. They have stopped being Protestants in support of Jesus the Messiah, and do not longer stand on the Reformation. No doubt the massive betrayal of truth is widening, and our Zionist brethren in Israel is being persecuted.

The two witnesses will not kept quiet. If we do, the stones will start to talk from the ground.
Stand united with all who bell the Pope as an antichrist. Resist all who have compromised, and hail the Pope as a “Christian leader”

Written by Ivar

2 arrested for anti-Pope posters in Jerusalem 

By JPOST.COM STAFF
 
05/23/2014 16:16

The posters called on Pope Francis to leave Israel and to return holy relics looted by the Romans from Beit Hamikdash (Second Temple).

Pope Francis
Pope Francis greets the faithful as he rides in his Popemobile Photo: REUTERS
 
Two residents of Jerusalem were arrested in connection to banners posted in the city decrying Pope Francis's upcoming arrival in Israel on Sunday, reported Israel Radio on Friday.

The posters called on Pope Francis to leave Israel and to return holy relics looted by the Romans from Beit Hamikdash (Second Temple).

The suspects were found with dozens of such posters still in their possession.

Israel issued restraining orders against several Jewish right-wing activists earlier this week, restricting their movements over concern that they could try to disrupt the historic visit.


The recent rise in "price tag" attacks targeting Christians has led to the Roman Catholic Church's demand for action and increased security.

Tensions were high in the capital as the city braced itself for a security feat with the upcoming visit of the pope, who has stated he will not avail himself of bullet-proof vehicles during his three day trip to the Middle East.

Reuters contributed to this report.


Police Arrest 'Extremists' For Anti-Pope Notices

Freedom of expression lost in Jerusalem as two youths arrested for 'crime' of posting notices, distanced for 'disruptive intentions.'

By Uzi Baruch, Ari Yashar
First Publish: 5/23/2014, 8:45 AM

Nationalist activists arrested (illustration)
Nationalist activists arrested (illustration)
Flash 90
Israeli police continue their crusade to arrest activists suspected of planning to protest Pope Francis during his visit next Sunday and Monday.

Two Jewish youths were arrested in Jerusalem on Friday morning for posting notices against the pope, which featured sentiments such as "impure, leave our Holy Land," and "return the stolen Temple tools," a reference to the tools and treasures stolen from the Second Temple by Rome.

The blatant infringement of free speech comes after police put restraining orders on several "right wing activists" this week. In one case, police were refused a restraining order by the IDF on a minor, and turned to a Jerusalem Magistrates Court where they were likewise refused. In another case, the youth in question was distanced from Jerusalem for four days over having handed out fliers.

Nationalist activist Baruch Marzel said of the most recent arrest "these were legitimate notices, the Jerusalem police forgot what freedom of expression is. We won't forget and won't forgive the crusades, the Inquisition, and the rest of the suffering Christian initiated against the Jewish people; the pope is a persona non grata in Israel."

The Vatican has revealed that the pope intends during his visit to demand the "Palestinian people's right to have a homeland, sovereign and independent."

Further, recent reports indicate Israel plans to let Catholics hold fixed prayers in the David's Tomb Compound in time for the pope's visit. The move would prevent Jews from entering the site, given that Jewish law forbids using a building used for idol-worship, a category Catholic worship with its effigies falls under in Jewish law.

"Right-wing extremists" arrested for the "crime" of disruptive intentions

A police spokesperson who announced the arrest Friday cited "intelligence information gathered by the Shabak (General Security Services) testifying to the extreme right-wing activists' intentions to disrupt the pope's visit planned for next week, and to take provocative illegal actions to cause inter-religious tensions ahead of the visit."

"In other to foil these activities, administrative orders were given to distance the extremist activists for a temporary period of four days, in order to balance as much as possible security needs with harm to individual rights," added the police.

Administrative orders are a relic of the British Mandate-era legal system, allowing the detention or distancing of individuals without any charges or due process, over suspicion they may harm public order.

Attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir addressed the recent spate of arrests, commenting "the time has arrived to teach the police about freedom of expression and democracy. The Jewish people are allowed to demonstrate against the pope."


The Pope and PLO posters

Pope Francis extended an invitation Sunday to the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Authority to travel to the Vatican for a “peace initiative,” as he called for a two-state solution to the intractable conflict.
The Pope is welcomed in Bethlehem as a hero of the PLO.
The Pope is welcomed in Bethlehem as a hero of the PLO.

The pontiff’s remarks came at the end of an outdoor Mass in Bethlehem’s Manger Square on the second day of his three-day trip to the Middle East.

“In this, the birthplace of the Prince of Peace, I wish to invite you, President Mahmoud Abbas, together with President Shimon Peres, to join me in heartfelt prayer to God for the gift of peace,” Francis said.

“I offer my home in the Vatican as a place for this encounter of prayer.”
The Palestinian side has accepted the invitation and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will go to the Vatican, a Palestinian Legislative Council member, Hanan Ashrawi, told CNN.
The Pope gets a read carpet by the PLO.
The Pope gets a read carpet by the PLO.
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The Pope gets the red carpet by the PLO.
Both the Papacy and the PLO are in agreement in regards to how to deal with Israel.
The Papacy and the PLO are in agreement in regards to how to deal with Israel.

The Israeli President’s office said that he welcomed the invitation. “President Peres has always supported, and will continue to support, any attempts to progress the cause of peace,” his office said.
The pontiff’s remarks came at the end of an outdoor Mass in Bethlehem’s Manger Square on the second day of his three-day trip to the Middle East.

“In this, the birthplace of the Prince of Peace, I wish to invite you, President Mahmoud Abbas, together with President Shimon Peres, to join me in heartfelt prayer to God for the gift of peace,” Francis said.
Source: The CNN. 

Israel knows from experience just how significant a visiting pope’s word choices can be. When former pope Paul VI became the first pope to visit Israel in 1964, he assiduously avoided using the term “Israel.” The simple recognition of Israelis’ statehood during the subsequent two papal visits has meant a lot to the country.

But Israeli officials are determined that whatever Pope Francis says in the West Bank will not have a bearing on his time later that day and the following day in Israel. “There’s nothing much we can do,” said the Israeli Foreign Ministry’s Oded Ben Hur, diplomatic advisor to the Knesset and former ambassador to the Holy See. “It’s their relationship.”

Whatever recognition Palestinians receive for their unilateral statehood moves, Israel is poised to receive unprecedented recognition for the movement that envisioned it as a modern Jewish state. Pope Francis will lay a wreath on the grave of Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism. “He is coming here for a short visit and if he chooses to pay homage to Herzl that’s a strong statement,” said Ben Hur.

The statement will be particularly striking given that it is exactly 110 years since Herzl went to see the pope of his day, appealing for help in establishing a Jewish state, only to be told, according to his record, that “the Jews have not recognized our Lord, therefore we cannot recognize the Jewish people.” Ben Hur said that in view of Herzl’s 1904 experience, the papal visit to his grave will constitute “closing a circle.”
Source: Forward.com

My comment:

It is interesting that the Pope has invited Mahamoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) and Shimon Peres to the Vatican for renewed “peace talks”.

This is only a symbolic gesture, to portray the Pope as a possible “prince of peace”.
Already in June, Shimon Peres will have to move out of the Presidents office in Israel. He is anyhow a figure head, with no political powers at hand.

 1 John 5:19
We know that we are children of God, and that the whole world is under the control of the evil one.

Please also acknowledge, that neither the Pope,the PLO leader, nor the present Israeli president represent Jesus the Messiah. That is why they have no objections to the Pope’s call to pray together.

Written by Ivar