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Every denomination needs one of these...

Dexter explains it all

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Our good friend and occasional editorial contributor to UCCtruths, Dexter Van Zile, gives a good, in-depth explanation about the conflict between Jews and the United Church of Christ with particular attention to the upcoming Sabeel Conference at Old South Church in Boston next week.

A big hat tip to our friend Solomonia who videotaped Dexter and posted on this story today.

P.S. As much as I agree with Dexter, I can't wait to hear his excuses when the Cleveland Indians trounce the Red Sox out of the playoffs.
posted by UCCtruths, Wednesday, October 17, 2007


dude's haircut is baaaad.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 11:04 PM  
and his wife dresses him funny.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 3:02 PM  
"P.S. As much as I agree with Dexter, I can't wait to hear his excuses when the Cleveland Indians trounce the Red Sox out of the playoffs."

Well, James, better luck next year.
commented by Blogger dexter van zile, 7:33 AM  
This guy like most Zionists paints a picture of a people who are always the victim and never the aggressor. To see the Palestinian (a term he seems to avoid in his talk) Israeli conflict in this way is unfair to all involved. You must be able to see the Palestinian suffering from Israeli occupation, house demolition, harrassment and land confiscation the same way you see the Jews who suffer from anti-Semitism or terrorism...Zionists cannot do this, they must protect the victim status..

Quote from past Israeli leader (one of many)
"The state of Israel must Invent dangers, and to do this it must adopt the methods of Provocation and revenge.... And above all, let us Hope for a new war with the Arab countries so that we may finally get Rid of our troubles and Acquire our space."

-- From the diary of Moshe Sharett, Israeli's first Foreign Minister 1948-1956, Prime Minister 1954-1956


Troubling words from Judaism's Talmud (collection of historical Rabbinic writings - the foundation of Post-Temple Judaism)

Yebamoth 98a. All gentile children are animals.

Abodah Zarah 36b. Gentile girls are in a state of niddah (filth) from birth.

Abodah Zarah 22a-22b . Gentiles prefer sex with cows.

Baba Kamma 113a. Jews may use lies ("subterfuges") to circumvent a Gentile.

Sanhedrin 57a . When a Jew murders a gentile ("Cuthean"), there will be no death penalty. What a Jew steals from a gentile he may keep.

Sanhedrin 57a . A Jew need not pay a gentile ("Cuthean") the wages owed him for work.

A little fairness would be nice, instead all we get from guys like this is how bad the Palestinians are and how innocent Israel is...

Shame, shame, shame
commented by Anonymous Marcus, 11:42 AM  
He mentions Oslo in regards to what the Palestinians have not upheld or implemented but he nevers mentions the Oslo requirements that Israel did not implement or abide by

Since signing the accords, Israel has settled about 90000 people in the West Bank.

Ron Pundak, Director-General of Israel’s Peres Peace Centre in Tel Aviv who was a key player in the 1993 Oslo negotiations, attributes its failures to the Netanyahu years of government (1996-1999), and also because the “patronizing Israeli attitude towards the Palestinians – one of occupier to occupied – continued unabated.”

In a paper published by the Institute of Strategic Studies (43 Survival, Autumn 2001 pp. 31-35) Pundak wrote:

“… Netanyahu sabotaged the peace process relentlessly, and made every effort to de-legitimise his Palestinian partners. His main weapon in his campaign against the Palestinians was the mantra that the Palestinians were not fulfilling its part of the agreements; and therefore Israel would not implement its part. In truth, during Netanyahu’s government, both sides committed breaches with regard to the agreement … But the Israeli breaches were more numerous and more substantive in nature.”

“Israel did not implement the three stages of the second redeployment, that is, did not leave the territories which were supposed to be transferred to the Palestinians; completed only one section out of four with regard to the freeing of Palestinian prisoners; did not undertake the implementation of the safe route which was supposed to connect the West Bank and Gaza; repeatedly delayed the permit to build the airport and maritime port in Gaza; prevented the transfer of monies belonging to the PA for extended periods of time; and continued to establish new settlements, to confiscate land for new settlements and to expand existing ones.”
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 11:54 AM  
"As much as I agree with Dexter, I can't wait to hear his excuses when the Cleveland Indians trounce the Red Sox out of the playoffs."

commented by Blogger Solomon, 3:46 PM  
What hole did "Marcus" crawl out of?

Rev. John Erthein
Presbyterian Church (USA)
commented by Blogger Presbyman, 12:45 PM  
Which "hole"? Probably the one that represents the VAST majority of world opinion. There is a reason America stands alone in its unquestioned support of Israel.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 9:38 PM  

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