Courage. Faith. Principle

October 14th, 2016 Posted by On Our Mind 2 comments

We spent Thursday night with a few hundred Christians who are picking grapes in Israel. Then we met a small group of new Jewish Israeli immigrants on Friday morning. All these people are in the “occupied territory,” a term designed to denigrate them and twist public opinion. How wonderful to be with strong and Godly people. You can catch an interview with some of these people on the current podcast.

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Lynn Perrizo says:

What do the Jewish people living their call it? All we hear from the media is the “occupied territory” label. If we start referring to it by it’s proper name and correct anyone who calls it something else perhaps we can help change people’s perception.

Susan Lapin says:

That’s a great point, Lynn. It is known here as Yehuda (Judah) and Shomron (Samaria) or as our friend referred to it, the ‘disputed’ territories.

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