DON’T Tell Me That Hating Israel is Separate From Hating Jews!


Does the Jew-hating world REALLY think that we Jews differentiate hatred against Israel from hatred for Jews in general?

That’s MESHUGGE, and if you don’t know what that word means – Google it.

Israel Represents the Jews of the World.

We Christians (Remnant Christians) know that Israel is a miraculous prophetic fulfillment in the 20th Century. We know that 6 million Jews were slaughtered in Hitler’s Germany; and the SHAME and GUILT of the World (although short-lived) brought about the reformation of the “Jewish State.”

And it shall come to pass, when all these things are come upon thee, the blessing and the curse, which I have set before thee, and thou shalt call them to mind among all the nations, whither the Lord thy God hath driven thee,  And shalt return unto the Lord thy God, and shalt obey his voice according to all that I command thee this day, thou and thy children, with all thine heart, and with all thy soul;

 That then the Lord thy God will turn thy captivity, and have compassion upon thee, and will return and gather thee from all the nations, whither the Lord thy God hath scattered thee.  If any of thine be driven out unto the outmost parts of heaven, from thence will the Lord thy God gather thee, and from thence will he fetch thee:

 And the Lord thy God will bring thee into the land which thy fathers possessed, and thou shalt possess it; and he will do thee good, and multiply thee above thy fathers” (Deuteronomy 30: 1-5).

It certainly wasn’t LOVE for the Jews which resulted in the U.N. declaring Israel the Jewish homeland.  Jewish blood is cheap, and it always has been,  and the majority of the world HATES my people.

And as a Jewish believer in Yeshua (Jesus) I know that the hatred in the hearts of most of this world for the “Jew” is planted there by SATAN. So, if you are reading this article and you hate my people – don’t ever forget that Satan himself planted that hatred within you.  Is this something of which to be proud?

Church Shopping to find one free of Anti-Semitism

I have written, ad nauseam, of my experiences as a Jewish child being called “Christ killer” “Dirty Jew” “Kike” and the list goes on.

But the real shame is that my husband and I searched in vain to find a Baptist church where there was not blatant Jew hatred.  Maybe we should have given up on the Baptist denomination, but for some reason we thought that this was the most Biblically sound church.

As a baby Christian, I found myself in charismatic churches. I did not encounter Jew-hatred in these churches, but I did see very unbalanced teaching of God’s Word. Most of the service was music, and that was beautiful; but when the pastor gave the sermon, there was almost no talk of sin and how it separated man from God. And most importantly, how God reconciled to Himself – those who would repent and trust the work of Jesus Christ on the Cross (His horrific death) as payment for their sins.


Are the Jews cursed because they killed Christ and asked for “His blood to be on us,” according to Matthew 27:25?

Answer: Some people believe that the Jews are cursed because they killed the Son of God. This belief is sometimes used to justify anti-Semitism and feelings of prejudice against the Jewish people. This is not a biblical idea. The Jews’ rejection of their Messiah did have its consequences, but the Bible does not speak of a continuing curse upon God’s chosen people.

In Matthew 27:22, during Jesus’ so-called trial,Pilateasks the crowd, “What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is called the Messiah?” The crowd answers, “Crucify him!” Pilate publicly proclaims Jesus’ innocence, but “they shouted all the louder, ‘Crucify him!’” (verse 23). Pilate then famously washes his hands, declaring himself to be “innocent” (verse 24) and telling the crowd that Jesus’ death “is your responsibility!” It is a responsibility that the mob accepts, shouting the chilling words, “His blood is on us and on our children!” (verse 25).

It is important to remember who was speaking these words. Matthew 27:20 says, “The chief priests and the elders persuaded the crowd.” Yes, the mob at Jesus’ trial was comprised of Jews gathered in Jerusalem for Passover, but they were incited by religious leaders who had rejected Jesus years earlier (Matthew 12:14). The mob’s ringleaders bear the most responsibility, as does Pilate, who presided over such a travesty of justice. Also, the mob’s self-indictment was spoken by some Jews, not all of them. Jesus was a Jew, as were all His disciples, and they certainly did not call a curse upon themselves.

The Jewish nation did indeed suffer for their rejection of their Messiah. On His way to the cross, Jesus hints at a coming judgment (Luke 23:31). Within one generation of the crucifixion of Christ, Jerusalem was totally destroyed by the Romans. The Jews were scattered, and for almost 1,900 years (until 1948), they had no homeland. There were spiritual ramifications, as well, as the gospel was brought to the more receptive Gentiles (see Acts 18:6). The apostle Paul likens the Gentiles’ inclusion in salvation to wild branches being grafted into a cultivated olive tree. The Jews (the natural branches) are not completely forsaken: “If they do not persist in unbelief, they will be grafted in, for God is able to graft them in again” (Romans 11:23).

In rejecting Christ, the Jews “stumbled over the stumbling stone” (Romans 9:32; cf. Isaiah 8:14). But they are not cursed by God. Paul asks the rhetorical question: “Did God reject his people? By no means! I am an Israelite myself, a descendant of Abraham, from the tribe of Benjamin. God did not reject his people, whom he foreknew” (Romans 11:1–2). In fact, there is coming a time when “all Israel will be saved” (Romans 11:26).

How can the Jews be “cursed” when God had made an unconditional covenant with Abraham? “I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you” (Genesis 12:2–3). God also promised the Jews a large extent of land in Genesis 15. Israel has never had full possession of the land God promised, so the prophecy still awaits fulfillment during the Millennial Kingdom.

People reap what they sow (Galatians 6:7), and disobedience brings sorrow. When the people of Israel fell into gross, unrepentant idolatry, they lost their land for the 70 years of the Babylonian exile (Jeremiah 29:10). When they rejected their Messiah, they lost their land for even longer. Jesus “came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him” (John 1:11). But God’s promise still stands: “The Lord has made proclamation to the ends of the earth: ‘Say to Daughter Zion, “See, your Savior comes!”’ . . . They will be called the Holy People, the Redeemed of the Lord; and you will be called Sought After, the City No Longer Deserted” (Isaiah 62:11–12). source

I read a piece today from which prompted me to write this article.


The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – and its Stance on Israel

Perpetuating Jew-hatred under the guise of Anti Israelism

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) no longer upholds the antisemitism preached by its denominational founder in the 16th century, Martin Luther. It does, however, use another variant of modern antisemitism – anti-Israelism.

In August of this year, the ELCA passed a resolution that called on the U.S. government to subsidize the Palestinian Authority (PA), while the latter is using these funds to pay the salaries of Palestinian murderers of Israelis and convicted terrorists serving time in Israeli prisons. Another ELCA resolution passed at its August convention, urging the U.S. Congress to “ensure that U.S. taxpayers funds not support military detention, interrogations, and ill-treatment of Palestinian children. That these “so-called children” are old enough to yield knifes and shoot guns that murder Israeli women and children as well as adults, does not interest the ELCA. Moreover, the funding the PA incentivizes murders of Israelis. A 17-year-old Israeli girl, Rina Shnerb, was recently murdered by Palestinian youngsters while hiking with her father and brother. If her killers are caught and sent to prison, they will receive a salary for their crimes.

The ELCA seeks to amend the anti-terrorism Certification Act of 2018, in order to remove the legislative barriers that would enable the ELCA to provide humanitarian aid to the PA. One such project is the Lutheran-owned Augusta Victoria hospital in East Jerusalem, which only treats Palestinians. The PA diverts funds it receives from the international community (including the U.S.) to pay the salaries of terrorist murderers and their families instead of paying the accumulated bills it owes to the hospital. PA officials build themselves luxurious mansions with donated funds. In essence, what the ELCA wants is for the American taxpayer to pay and for the PA officials to continue their corruption and stealing.

On November 21, 2018, the ELCA Presiding Bishop issued the following statement, which ignored the history of Arab-Palestinian terror and violence and criticized the Trump administrations pro-Israel stance on Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The statement read, “Since President Trump took office in 2017, U.S. support for Israel over concerns of Palestinians has become explicit instead of implied.” The statement continued…” U.S. position on key issues like Israeli settlements, the status of Jerusalem, and Palestinian refugees have shifted significantly.”

The previous U.S. administration allowed the United Nations (UN) to resolve in December 2016, that the Western Wall, the most sacred Jewish site (a remnant of the Temple) was an Arab-Palestinian territory. Funding the corrupt United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), an agency that spawns Palestinian terrorists, is morally wrong. UNRWA has inflated the number of refugees rather than facilitate the settling of Palestinian refugees with adequate housing after decades of neglect, only to keep them on the dole, dependent on charity. UNWRA officials care more about perpetuating their jobs rather than settling the refugees (as Israel did with Jewish refugees expelled from Arab countries) and securing jobs for them.

Ynet headlined on July 29, 2019, with “UNRWA Report: Corruption and Abuse of Power at the Highest Levels.” The article quoted the following from AFP. “AFP has obtained a copy of the report, which describes “credible and corroborated” accusations of serious ethical abuse involving senior officials of the institution, including Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl. The alleged charges include “inappropriate sexual acts, nepotism, reprisals, discrimination and other abuses of authority (committed) for personal gain, to suppress legitimate differences of opinion.” The report was sent to UN Secretary-General António Guterres in December and UN investigators visited UNRWA offices in Jerusalem and Amman to gather information regarding the allegations, according to sources”

The entire tune of the Bishop’s statements appears hostile to the Jewish state, and takes on the role of  advocate for the Palestinians, regardless of facts on the ground, and ignoring Palestinian terror, antisemitism, the teaching of hatred against Jews and Israel in Palestinian schools, mosques, and the PA media, not to mention Hamas’ unequivocal rejection of peace with Israel. The Bishop’s statements chided President Trump for “giving no indication that the administration remains committed to the international promise and policy that Jerusalem should be a shared city.” Jerusalem is a shared city where Arab-Palestinians have the same rights as the Israelis.

The Bishop’s statement continues: “In early October (2018), the administration decided to close the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem that had served as diplomatic point of engagement for the Palestinians. The move included demoting the U.S. Consul General.  Instead of being responsible for Palestinian matters and answering directly to the Secretary of State, the Consul General in Jerusalem will now answer to the U.S. ambassador to Israel.” What disturbed the presiding Lutheran bishop and his mainline Protestant colleagues is that the U.S. Ambassador to Israel is Jewish, and proudly pro-Israeli.

The statement goes on to say, “The State of Israel remains the largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid, receiving approximately $3.8 billion in military aid each year. This funding helps the government of Israel maintain the occupation of the Palestinian territories, making the U.S. complicit in Israel’s detention of Palestinian children in military prisons, violent repression of peaceful protestors, and demolitions of Palestinian homes and communities.” Judea and Samaria are no “Palestinian territories.” There has never been a Palestinian state, nor has there been a resolution to these territories due to the Palestinian rejection of negotiations and peace with Israel. The Palestinian “protesters” are not peaceful, they are violent and led by terrorists.

The mainline Protestant leaders continue, “The administration is also taking actions to deny the freedom of speech to those who criticize the Israeli government’s treatment of Palestinians. The Department of Education has adjusted its definition of anti-Semitism to include anti-Zionism, and criticism of the state of Israel. Any person or group speaking at educational institutions who states their support for anti-Zionism, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement or is otherwise critical of Israel’s policies is potentially at risk for investigation and sanction by the Department of Education.”

The BDS movement has been deemed to be antisemitic by the U.S. government and a number of European states including Germany. Singling out the Jewish state for delegitimization, demonization, and double-standards constitutes antisemitism. Lutheran church organizations and NGO’s in North America and Europe donate large sums of money to radical anti-Israel Palestinian groups. The Lutheran Church is a member of the World Council of Churches. As such, it supports the anti-Israel BDS campaigns and condemns pro-Israel Christian Zionists.

The Lutheran Church has a long and sordid legacy of antisemitism. The ELCA alleged efforts to break away from Martin Luther’s genocidal Jew-hatred appears insincere, when blindly supporting genocidal Palestinian Islamists, who seek the destruction of Israel, and refuse any offer of compromise.

Palestinians have had ample opportunities to create their own sovereign state and provide their people with a future – the Peel Commission in 1937, the UN Partition plan of 1947, the Oslo Accords in 1993, the Camp David Summit in 2000, and the Olmert generous offer in 2008, for a Palestinian state. All were rejected by the Palestinians. For the Palestinians it has always been a zero-sum strategy.

Israel should be admired, not condemned by ELCA. Israel is only democratic state in the region where human rights, free speech, and religious freedoms are upheld despite an environment of terror and violence perpetrated against it by the Palestinians. By its blatant anti-Israel resolution, and campaigns, the ELCA does not help the cause of peace between Israelis and Palestinians. In fact, the ELCA perpetuates antisemitism under the guise of anti-Israelism. source

So brethren, there it is. It’s ugly and it grieves God. But it’s the truth. This hatred for my people has been happening since the time of the early church.  I’m not speaking of Catholicism here, although its leaders have hated the Jews from its inception.

No, I’m talking about Jew hatred and persecution by THE CHURCH.  I actually wrote on this a couple of weeks ago.  If you missed that article and the subject is of interest to you, I am posting the link here:

The Cross and How Jews Perceive It

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua


14 thoughts on “DON’T Tell Me That Hating Israel is Separate From Hating Jews!

  1. The Jew is the Wife of the Father and We are the Bride of the Son. God will not break the Marriage of His promise to His people. Jeruselam is His throne city. Thank you.:)

  2. Margaret Kiemele

    Dear Geri
    I was so led to Psalm 87 this morning and as I read it, it was like a prayer to Father God, for His nation and His people Israel. It reads like today’s news! Every people named that attacks Israel, still exits and says and wants to do the same today! The only difference is that Christians are not mentioned.
    As we draw closer to Christ calling us home, I believe we are being drawn closer to Him, to knowing He is the vine, we are the branches, God is our Father, and the true church, not the building realize His mighty plan. Very soon the church, those who know Jesus, a Jew, our Saviour, and Lord will disappear, and Gods attention will go back to His people.

    The world seems so hateful. Hate towards anyone who loves Jesus, the word, life, love and light and Israel and His chosen people!!! All signs that we are leaving soon!!! Very soon! Blessings

  3. Brian

    But the real shame is that my husband and I searched in vain to find a Baptist church where there was not blatant Jew hatred. Maybe we should have given up on the Baptist denomination, but for some reason we thought that this was the most Biblically sound church.


    Try CMA (Christian Missionary Alliance) churches. By and large they are still somewhat kosher.
    Also you can find some of there more “Old School” Hymns ETC if you like that sort of preference.
    I myself come from a Full Gospel setting. Which is/was very ultra conservative Charismatic. Unfortunately the Charismatics by and large went nutzo in the opposite direction and embraced demonic practices such as Kundalinism and all that demonic out poring at Toronto. to the *false* signs and wonders crowd.. So I feel your pain for how things are becoming derailed over the ENTIRE body of Christ…

    Denominational Baptist I would myself not deal with. Surprisingly they are more and more embracing HYPER Calvinism *banging my head*

    Forget about the SBC they went off the rails long ago…

    Independent (IBC) are your safest bet. Independent Baptist Churches like anything else, having sound congregations and nuts congregations. From sound teaching concerning the ENTIRE bible to KJV onlyism *banging my head* to dancing with poisonous snakes (still going on in WV for real) Same with Messianic Congregations, each are vastly different. Kosher evangelical to nutzo legalism HR movement heresies…

    As far as “Biblically sound” there are churches out there. Keep seeking!

    My friend Pastor John is a retired Baptist Pastor as well as born 100% Jew. He actually left his position from the last church he was on staff with, because they are going nutzo replacement theology. The younger fellow going to take over did a study on Romans. He *cough cough* skipped over chapters 9, 10, and 11. Whats that tell you?

    You must keep looking for a body of believers AKA(Bible Believing Church) and not keep in isolation. not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching. Hebrews 10:25

    Keep on looking. Find a congregation that is balanced between Spirit and Word. All Word and no Spirit you’ll dry up. All Spirit and no Word you’ll blow up. You’ll never find a perfect church, that is a fact. Even if one did exist it would cease being perfect the moment you (or I for that matter) walked thru the door.


    1. OY VEY IZ MIR!!! My head is SPINNING. I think that hubby and I will continue to worship at home and watch Pastor Adrian Rogers’ sermons on YouTube. SHALOM 🙂

  4. Brian

    You can disagree with Israel and criticize Israel when deserving, no doubt. However what the World (UN ETC) is doing is over and above. For nearly 2000 years we told the Jews they cant live among us. We (gentiles) Inquisitioned them out. We Pogromed them out. We holocausted them out. We crusaded them out. YOU CAN’T LIVE AMONG US! Now they have their own land the Promised Land! (By the way promised to them, the JEW). Now the (satanic) mantra is “THEY CAN”T LIVE AT ALL”. See the pattern there?

    My Friend Pastor John says it well… Here are a few snips:


  5. From the article; “… there was almost no talk of sin and how it separates man from God”.
    Here’s what Paul had to say about sin separating man from God.
    “And all things are of God, who hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ, and hath given to us the ministry of reconciliation; To wit, that God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them; and hath committed unto us the word of reconciliation.
    Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ’s stead, be ye reconciled to God.
    For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” 2Cor.5:18-21.

    So when we tell an unbeliever that they are separated from God because they are bad, sinners by nature, etc… we are not doing the ministry of reconciliation as Paul taught. Because Paul said that God is not imputing the unbeliever’s trespasses to them. So Paul taught that it is not sin that separates man from God, but death.

    Paul said in Rom.5:12-14 that death passed to all men, not sin. And that it is because of death that men sin. But, that God does not impute sin when there is no law. And since the law was only ever given to Israel, and only until Christ came(Gal.3:19), no one except Israelites who were under the law ever had their sinful behavior(trespasses) imputed to them by God.

    So we need to do the ministry of reconciliation as Paul preached it. And not as CINOs do. We must show them that it is because death reigns that they need Jesus. That they need to receive the life that Jesus came to provide them with by believing in Him as Lord and His resurrection(Rom.10:9,10). And not by showing them how bad they are so they get the idea that being bad is what separates them from God.

    Because then it would mean that Jesus died to make bad people good. But, nothing could be further from the truth. Because being good can save no one because “no flesh shall be justified by the works of the law”(Gal.2:16). So Jesus died to give dead people life through a personal relationship with Him that comes by grace through faith, apart from the works that a focus on being bad or good falsely reinforces.

    Even so… Maranatha!!!

  6. Brian Lazewski

    Even more popular than anti-Israelism, or blatant anti-Semitism, is anti-Zionism – which, like anti-Israelism, is simply anti-Semitism in disguise.

    Both terms are synonymous. One and the same. It’s a new thing to try and separate them to justify hating Jews because of Israel. Good luck there. We all do well to love the things God loves. He is not fooled.

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