VIDEO: Catholic Church where Jesus fed 5,000, torched by Jews – Big Media Ignores
VIDEO: Catholic Church where Jesus fed 5,000, torched by Jews – Big media virtually ignores
Jim Condit Jr., running against Speaker of the House, John Boehner, gives his take on these despicable acts by purported illegal Jewish Settlers in his typical no-holds-barred fashion. Hold on to your hats and Yarmulkes too.
Jim Condit Jr. is a specialist in the Judeo-Masonry takeover of the Vatican in 1958; see whitesmoke1958.com:
“No matter what the top Jews say, their plan is to eliminate not only the Palestinians from the holy land, but also all important Christian holy sites, even if it takes hundreds of years.”
“If the U.S. is going to invade anywhere, it should be Israel; arrest the Knesset, put them in cages in the capital building until they can stand trial for crimes against humanity.”
“If the top Jews are not stopped, they intend to behead every Christian under item (1) one of the Noahide laws” See Merry Christmas, and off with your head! By Carol Valentine here in pdf format: Merry Christmas, and OFF WITH YOUR HEAD!
Why isn’t this headline news in the main stream media?
“The main stream media is blocking this information because all of our big media is controlled by anti-American Jews who need to be arrested for treason immediately; see who controls the media by former Jew himself, Brother Nathanael.
The article immediately below by Brother Nathanael not only identifies who owns each major TV Network, but also links to a recent article in the establishment print media proving that what he reports is true” Source: http://www.realjewnews.com/?p=1008“
“Jews…NOT “corporations” and “presstitutes”…OWN and CONTROL the media. Period.
What are Tom Feeley, Gerry Celente, and PC Craig Roberts afraid of?
That they will offend Christ-killers and liars?
Did you know that America was once on friendly terms with Russia?
See Brother Nathanael’s Telling Video: The Jews Who Own the Media
Talk Radio: The one category of media not covered in the above article is the massive Talk Radio monopoly around Clear Channel Radio, now iHeart Radio, which controls around 600 major Talk Radio Stations.
Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, etc. — reach the American people basically via iHeart Radio outlets.
There is a list of the radio stations owned in each state by iHeart Radio, here:
While there’s somewhat of a game of musical chairs amongst Jewish media moguls going on every few years, at the top of the talk radio section heap has been for a number of years a former Israeli Intelligence operative, Orit Gadiesh. Here is article about her, with pictures:
Sea of Galilee church where ‘Jesus fed 5,000,’ torched in suspected hate attack
By: Times of Israel – Two injured by smoke inhalation, Hebrew graffiti scrawled at site where Christians believe Jesus fed 5,000 with five loaves and two fish
A fire broke out at the Church of the Multiplication at Tabgha, on the Sea of Galilee, early Thursday in what police suspect was an arson attack.
Firefighting crews successfully doused the blaze and two people who were in the building suffered minor smoke inhalation.
In an entrance corridor of the building, which is believed by Christians to be the site of Jesus’s miracle of multiplying two fish and five loaves to feed 5,000 people, Hebrew graffiti was found, reading, “the false gods will be eliminated” — a quote from the Aleinu prayer…
Right-wing Jewish extremists have in the past carried out numerous arson and graffiti attacks against Christian sites, as as well as against Arab property in the West Bank and Jerusalem under the “price tag” slogan.
The term “price tag” is used by Jewish extremists to describe vandalism or attacks typically carried out against non-Jews or their property, ostensibly as retribution for Palestinian attacks or Israeli government actions deemed contrary to settler interests…
“If they think this is how they can help themselves and strengthen their own beliefs then I just want to say it only damages their beliefs and damages their justice, and the justification for their being here in this land.”
Halul added that for the many tourists who visit the site every year, such an incident presents exactly the opposite of the image of coexistence and democracy that Israel wants to project to the world.
Chief Superintendent Ran Levi of the Tiberias Police told Army Radio that police were alerted to the incident at 4.00 a.m. on Thursday morning.
There were 12 volunteers in the building at the time, and they attempted to contain the flames, Levi said. Two of them were hospitalized after suffering from smoke inhalation and then later released.
Christian churches have been targeted in suspected extremist Jewish attacks several times in recent years.
In May 2014, the Romanian Orthodox Church on Hahoma Hashlishit Street in Jerusalem was defaced in a suspected hate attack.
That incident saw the words “price tag,” “Jesus is garbage” and “King David for the Jews,” spray-painted on the site’s walls.
Two weeks earlier, ahead of a visit to the country by Pope Francis, suspected Jewish extremists daubed hate graffiti on Vatican-owned offices in Jerusalem.
The Hebrew-language graffiti, reading “Death to Arabs and Christians and those who hate Israel,” was sprayed on the walls of the offices of the Assembly of Bishops at the Notre Dame center, a complex just outside the Old City, the Roman Catholic Church said.
Last July, two suspects were arrested on suspicion of a 2012 incident in which vandals torched the door of a Trappist monastery in Latrun, some 10 kilometers (six miles) from Deir Rafat. They also scrawled “Jesus is a monkey” on a nearby wall, shocking the religious and political establishment.
Israeli officials have termed the attacks “terrorism” and vowed to fight the phenomenon, but have so far made few arrests.
Source: Times of Israel
A group of young Jewish settlers suspected of torching the Catholic Church of the Multiplication, on the spot where Jesus is believed to have performed a Biblical miracle, have been released without charge. Israel has vowed to find the arsonists.
The church, located on the banks of the Sea of Galilee, was set ablaze early Thursday morning. Graffiti saying, “The false gods will be eliminated,” in Hebrew – a quote from a Jewish prayer – was also daubed on a wall. The church was marking the Biblical story of the Feeding of the 5,000, in which Jesus fed a crowd with five loaves and two fish, and has been rebuilt several times since the fifth century.
The building suffered extensive damage, with the roof partly collapsed and stone walls charred. Several members of the clergy suffered smoke inhalation, and one 80-year-old monk was reportedly hospitalized. The altar of the Catholic church is said to have been left intact, despite the damage to its other rooms. A church shop with Bibles and prayer books was completely destroyed in the fire… Read more on RT
Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes, Tabgha, Israel…
An arson attack gutted part of the church at the site where Christians believe Jesus performed a miracle by feeding 5,000 people with five loaves of bread and two fish, Israeli officials said Thursday.
A verse from a Hebrew prayer denouncing the worship of “false gods” was spraypainted in red on a wall at the church on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.
“Extensive damage was caused to the church both inside and out,” police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.
A spokesman for the fire brigade said a preliminary investigation showed the blaze broke out in several places inside the church, evidence that it was started deliberately.
NBC has more video from the aftermath of the arson:
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded action against the perpetrators of this crime, while church officials question whether law enforcement sees this as a priority:
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed officials from the Shin Bet security service to open a probe Thursday into the torching of a church in northern Israel, as politicians from across the spectrum and church figures spoke out against the crime. …
Netanyahu told Shin Bet chief Yoram Cohen to conduct an accelerated investigation into the attack, which was suspected to be the latest in a series of so-called “price tag” attacks by Jewish extremists.
“The shocking arson of the church is an attack on all of us,” Netanyahu said in a statement. “Israel’s freedom of religion is a cornerstone of our values and it is anchored in the law. We will mete out justice to those responsible for this atrocious act. We have no room for hatred and intolerance in our society.”
President Reuven Rivlin also condemned the arson in a conversation with Father Gregory Collins, head of the Order of Saint Benedict in Israel.
“I was shocked and saddened to learn this morning of the fire at the Church at Tabgha,” Rivlin told Gregory, “Such terrible desecration of an ancient and holy place of prayer, is an attack on the very fabric of life in our country – where people of different faiths seek to live together in harmony and mutual tolerance and respect.”
According to the Associated Press report, this is not the first attack on the church in recent times. A year ago, the outdoor prayer area got attacked — and so did pilgrims:
Last year, a group of mostly Jewish youth attacked the Church of the Multiplication’s outdoor prayer area along the Sea of Galilee, pelting worshippers with stones, destroying a cross and throwing benches into the lake, Karl said.
Nahum Weisfish, a rabbi from Jerusalem, went to the church with an interfaith delegation to express sympathy and condemn the attack.
He said the site might have been targeted because it housed a synagogue some 2,000 years ago. “But either way it is forbidden for this to be done like this. We came to condemn this,” he said.
This is hardly the worst thing to happen in a church in the past twenty-four hours, of course, nor is it meant to offer that comparison. It’s very gratifying to see Israeli officials quickly condemn this attack on a site with such historical resonance for Christians, and to escalate the priority of investigating the crime. It doesn’t take very many nuts to do real damage, and fortunately no one was hurt or killed in this hate-filled attack.
This church has special meaning for me, as it was one of the many sites we visited on our pilgrimage to the Holy Land. We saw absolutely no hostility from people in Galilee to those visiting the many pilgrimage sites in the area. In fact, our experience was just the opposite — warm, friendly hospitality in both Israel and the West Bank from everyone, despite the obvious tensions between the communities who live in the region. (Also, note that Galilee is not particularly close to the West Bank.)
Fortunately, the ancient mosaic floor was apparently undamaged in the fire. I did take a few pictures of this church while we were there, but in retrospect I wish I had taken more. I’ll share the best of those with Hot Air readers to give a sense of the value of this active place of worship.
This detail of the church floor is interesting for its representation of grain measures on the right side.
This is to the left of the altar, where the mosaic from the ancient church is in better condition.
This was much more modern, of course, but it made for a beautiful picture nonetheless.
News reports state that the church should be accessible to pilgrims again in the next few days. Hopefully those who come to ponder on faith and draw inspiration from these sites will experience the same hospitality we received — and the Israeli government will shortly find those responsible and hold them accountable for their acts.