Harassment of Messianic Jews’ Center in Israel Begins Anew

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(Worthy News) - After opposition shut down a meeting center for Messianic Jews in southern Israel last May, ultra-Orthodox Jews are harassing it again since it re-opened this month, sources said.

Ultra-Orthodox Jews protested the presence of the center in Dimona, Israel on Tuesday (Jan. 23) and threatened some of the Messianic Jews, followers of Jesus, according to advocacy group Middle East Concern (MEC).

“Protests have taken place the last two weeks after the reopening of the center at the beginning of January,” according to a MEC press statement. [ Source: Morningstar News (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Harassment of Messianic Jews’ Center in Israel Begins Anew

  1. And this is why Messianic Jews should take note of the fact that it was Maimonides, himself a rejector of Messiah Y'shua, who invented the Jewish doctrine to "never stop hating the missionary." Anyone can then call some other groups "place of meeting' (the original meaning of the Greek word synagogue) a "mission" and that is what causes Orthodox Jews to believe they are justified in hating and then damaging anyone's homes, families, and/or property.

    If there was ever a reason to reject the rejectors Talmud, it is examples like these. There are no doctrines in the Bible, anyone's bibles, that allow for not ceasing to hate anyone.

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