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Calling Evil Evil in the Middle East


Calling Evil Evil in the Middle East

Americans, many young Americans do not know how to think or discern about anything.

The recent college upheavel supporting "Hamas" is our best indicator.

We as a society have become highly gullable and foolish in that we listen to what appeals to our emotions rather than what is true.

The War now raging in Israel against Hamas is our current example.

Can we call evil evil or will we make excuses or follow the rest of the lemmings off the cliff because that is the overriding socila media rant?

Below is an article from The Christian Post by Dr. Michael Brown.

Read it and think and consider.



Calling Evil Evil in the Middle East
Calling Evil Evil in the Middle East



Follow the (Hamas) money trail by Dr. Michael Brown

"We’ve heard the endless cries of “Free Palestine!” in recent weeks, but there’s a variation on this theme that hits the nail on the head: “Free Palestine from Hamas!”

It is true that the people of Gaza elected Hamas in 2006 and that, according to polling over the years, they continue to support Hamas.

At the same time, they did not have a wide range of choices when they voted. As noted on Snopes.com, “The election saw a political split between the secular Fatah (a branch of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO)) that dominated the PLO since the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, and the Islamist Hamas that formed in 1987 as an offshoot of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood.”

So, it was Fatah (part of the PLO) vs. Hamas, the more secular vs. the more religious, with neither one being a true peace partner with Israel. In the end, Hamas only garnered 44% of the vote but gained a majority of legislative seats, from which point it took over the government.

Either way, however, they came to power, their leadership has decimated Gaza and brought about great suffering on the populace, all while the leaders enrich themselves and countless hundreds of millions of dollars pour into anti-Israeli terrorist efforts.

As the New York Post reported this week, “While their people languish in poverty and are treated as human shields, the leaders of Hamas live billionaire lifestyles.

“The terror group’s three top leaders alone are worth a staggering $11 billion between them and enjoy a life of luxury in the sanctuary of the emirate of Qatar.”

Not only so, but back in 2012, the Gatestone Institute noted that “according to an investigative report published in the pan-Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, there are at least 600 millionaires living in the Gaza Strip. The newspaper report also refutes the claim that the Gaza Strip has been facing a humanitarian crisis because of an Israeli blockade.”

Yes, “The Palestinian millionaires, according to the report, have made their wealth thanks to the hundreds of underground tunnels along the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.”

“Informed Palestinian sources revealed that every day, in addition to weapons, thousands of tons of fuel, medicine, various types of merchandise, vehicles, electrical appliances, drugs, medicine and cigarettes are smuggled into the Gaza Strip through more than 400 tunnels. A former Sudanese government official who visited the Gaza Strip lately was quoted as saying that he found basic goods that were not available in Sudan. Almost all the tunnels are controlled by the Hamas government, which has established a special commission to oversee the smuggling business, which makes the Hamas government the biggest benefactor of the smuggling industry.”.." from the article: Follow the (Hamas) money trail


Dr. Michael Brown Biography

"His friends used to call him “Drug Bear” because he could do more drugs than any of them. When he was 16 years old, though, he went too far. “I took enough mescaline for 30 people,” Michael recounts on Real Messiah’s website, “and my friends put me on a bus alone, sending me home to fend for myself. They thought it was a big joke. Actually, it was a matter of life and death.”

It was late at night, and the drugs made him delirious. He got off the bus too soon and got lost just two blocks from home. Disoriented and tormented from the drugs, he screamed at a passerby and then decided to jump in front of the next car that came down the street. It stopped mere inches from his body as he stood there with hands raised in the air. It was his parents. The passerby had gone to his house and told his parents where he was and that something was very wrong.

Michael grew up in a Jewish home, but the biggest event in his life at age 13 was not his Bar Mitzvah. It was seeing Jimi Hendrix in concert. Michael had been playing the drums since he was eight years old and was very talented. He wanted to become a famous rock drummer, and at 14, he was happy to follow in the footsteps of his musical role models by trying drugs. Pot lead to hash, then to uppers, downers, and LSD. At 15 he started shooting heroin.

Then, his two best friends and members of his band started going to church. After several months, Michael went with them –to pull them out. He was losing his partying buddies and he didn’t like it. Eventually, he became aware of something that until that point he’d never really noticed: his sin. When he came to believe that Jesus died for his sins, he faced two problems – he didn’t want to give up his sin, and he was Jewish. Michael says,.." from jewishvoice.org


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