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Beast’s 10 horns devour True & Apostate Old World Believers

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December 28, 2013

Revelation17:15-18 – And he saith unto me, The waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues. [16] And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire. [17] For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled. [18] And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth.

Begin Excerpts from Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert

December 27, 2013

Excerpt 1 – Commentary

Palestinians Erasing Christian History

Evelyn Gordon

When the Palestinians claim that Jesus was a Palestinian, it’s not only Jewish history and the Jewish religion Palestinians thereby erase. They are also erasing Christian history and the Christian religion. What becomes of the famous scene of Jesus evicting money-changers from the Temple if, as Palestinian officials claim, the Temple never existed? What becomes of Mary’s husband Joseph, who was “of the house and lineage of David” (Luke 2:4), if, as Palestinians claim, the Davidic kingdom never existed?

The entire story of Jesus as related in the Gospels takes place in a Jewish state with a largely autonomous Jewish political and religious leadership. If no Jewish state ever existed, how did these foundational Christian stories ever occur? Absent the historic Jewish kingdom of the Gospels, there quite literally is no Jesus. (Commentary)

Excerpt 2 – Christian Science Monitor

Christians Are Under Siege in the Middle East

Christa Case Bryant

The First Baptist Church of Bethlehem was bombed 14 times during the first intifada, and is now facing a legal battle with the Palestinian Authority, which doesn’t recognize it as a church. It was founded three decades ago by the Rev. Naim Khoury, who survived a bullet to the shoulder from a sniper while in the church parking lot five years ago.

Christianity is under assault across the entire Middle East. Iraq has lost at least half of its Christians over the past decade. Egypt has seen the worst spate of anti-Christian violence in 700 years. In Syria, jihadists are killing Christians and burying them in mass graves. Christians now make up only 5% of the population of the Middle East, down from 20% a century ago. As political Islam gains support, Christians can no longer find refuge in a shared Arab identity with their Muslim neighbors. (Christian Science Monitor)

Excerpt 3 – Washington Post

Can Muslim Lands Learn to Tolerate Christianity?

Michael Gerson

On Christmas Day in Iraq, 37 people were killed in bomb attacks in Christian districts of Baghdad. In recent months, we’ve seen Coptic Christians gunned down in Cairo and churches burned. Thousands of Syrian Christians have fled to Turkey. “Where we live,” said one refugee, “10 churches have been burned down….When the local priest was executed, we decided to leave.”  (Washington Post)

Excerpt 4 – BBC News

Arab Spring Turns into Christian Winter in Middle East

William Dalrymple

Long before the Assads came to power, Syria was a reliable refuge for the Christians of the Middle East. Syria took in many Christians driven out of Iraq a decade ago. Now those Iraqi refugees face a second displacement, while their Syrian hosts themselves live in daily fear of having to flee for their lives. (BBC News)

Excerpt 5 – Jerusalem Post

IDF Sees Rise in Number of Christian Recruits

Yaakov Lappin

Since June, 84 Christians have volunteered for the IDF. Recruitment from the community has averaged 50 annually. “The last recruitment cycle is the largest observed in recent years,” an army source said Tuesday. A total of 140 Christian Arabs are currently on active service, while 400 are in the reserves.

Earlier this week, 90 active and reserve Christian soldiers gathered in Nazareth for a conference organized by the Forum for Enlisting Christians, led by Greek Orthodox priest Father Gabriel Naddaf. (Jerusalem Post)

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