by Felix Quigley
17 June, 2009
The issue of the defence of Israel has become the issue of clear leadership. It is clear to us on 4international that a new leadership must be built which will lead the Jewish people.
With that in mind it is important to be aware of the following, just reported in Jerusalem Post
[Begin quote from Jerusalem Post here]
The Obama administration’s call to freeze settlement activity in the “occupied territories” is in the best interests of the US and Israel, a group of American Reform rabbis said Sunday.
This is from the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR)
Who are they anyway?
They have a site called ccar.net, and I looked up under “resolutions”. I found this in answer to “settlements?”
[start quote from CCAR query on resolutions under “settlements”]
The following Resolutions contain “settlements”
- 2008 United Methodist Church General Conference (2008F)
Building Of A Defensive Barrier Between Israel And Palestinian Communities (2004J)
Concerning Ongoing Attacks From Gaza, Terrorism In Jerusaelm And Israel’s Quest For Peace (2008)
Gaza and the West Bank (2006)
Israel & the Peace Process (1995)
Israel & the Quest for Peace in the Post-Gulf War Period (1991)
Loan Guarantees (1992)
Peace in Israel, Resolution on (2001)
Peace and Security (1995)
Support of State, Provincial and Local Advocacy, Resolution in (2005)
Where We Stand On Israel (2003M1)
Where We Stand On Israel (2002D)
You can follow this up in your own time. To me these seem total and complete traitors to the Jewish cause, and I say this as a non Jew.
I would say that these rabbis are the No 1 enemy that has to be fought. The Jews and Israel simply cannot win unless there is a serious struggle right out in the open in front of all the people of Israel about these Rabbi traitors. One of these is a rabbi called Dreyfus
[Quote from Jerusalem Post concerning Dreyfus]
In response to a Post question, Dreyfus denied that the CCAR was “dictating” policy to Israel.
“We are just a loving family living abroad, stating our opinion. One can give advice to family without it being considered dictating,” she said.