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Special Alert from the Editor:

Navy Chaplain Lt. Gordon Klingenschmitt has recently been convicted and faces punishment for the "speech crime" of a public prayer in the name of Jesus. This legal precedent is extremely ominous. It threatens American free speech, especially that of Christian publishers, pastors, and talk show hosts.

This victory against freedom was empowered by two liberal "Jewish activists." Mikey Weinstein, a former Air Force academy cadet, filed the original suit against the Air Force Academy. He charged "discrimination" of Jews occurred through Christian evangelism or prayers in Jesus' name. The decision to uphold Weinstein's complaint was primarily the work of Rabbi Arnold Resnicoff, top ethical consultant to the Air Force (See, "Correction: Speech at Air Force Academy Not Free").

Once again, Jewish activism proves itself intent on stealing our most precious freedoms.

Pastor, talk show host, Christian leader: are you still ignoring the dangers to faith and freedom posed by Jewish activists? Their militant anti-Christianity radiates from the Anti-Defamation League and its international parent organization, B'nai B'rith International.

With half a million Jewish members and lodges in more than 50 countries, B'nai B'rith claims to be the dominant voice of "organized world Jewry."

It's time to listen, and listen hard, before you lose your free speech also. In the following e-alert, I'll explain further what drives these radical Jews to take away our liberty.


National Prayer Network


By Rev. Ted Pike
15 Sep 06


Abe Foxman, director of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith and overlord of "tolerance," is furious with Dr. D. James Kennedy.

He calls Kennedy a “Christian supremacist” for believing America was founded as a Christian nation and should stay that way. Foxman is especially outraged by Kennedy’s recent TV production, Darwin’s Deadly Legacy. This show demonstrates that Darwin’s theory of evolution was a root cause behind Hitler's persecution of the Jews during World War II.

Why should Foxman feel so threatened by that premise?

For the last half century, ADL and its Jewish parent organization, B’nai B’rith International, have labored to blame Christianity for the centuries of anti-Semitism which they say led to the holocaust.

ADL claims the ovens of Auschwitz were ideologically fueled by Christ’s incendiary attacks on the Pharisees, by the New Testament charge that the Jews killed Christ and by the anti-Jewish rhetoric of the church fathers. This is the prevailing message of the ADL-inspired Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC.

Foxman’s recent book Never Again? The Threat of the New Anti-Semitism smears the New Testament as a book of hateful, deadly lies (See, “ADL's Foxman: New Testament is Anti-Semitic”).

Now Foxman is irate because Kennedy wants to exalt and dignify Christianity. Like many Jewish activists, Foxman and the ADL wants the opposite: to strip Christian America of its sacred symbols, Ten Commandment plaques, prayer in schools and the military, and any mention of God or creation in schools.

Through Jewish leftist news media and entertainment (see “Jews Confirm Big Media Is Jewish”), such activists bash Christians and promote sexual immorality, homosexuality, occult and Satanism, violence, profanity, and drug and alcohol consumption.

Goal of Persecution

Why is it so important to Foxman that Christians be blamed for nearly two millennia of Jewish suffering?

ADL must describe Christianity as a religion of anti-Semitism, hate, and intolerance in order to persecute Christians now and in the years ahead.

Already, ADL/B’nai B’rith, through their twisted “anti-hate” laws, define Christians as “haters” for affirming the Biblical condemnation of homosexuality (Lev. 18:22) Similarly, the ADL’s burgeoning office of “global anti-Semitism” in the US State Department defines Christians as anti-Semites if they believe the New Testament testimony that Jewish leaders had Christ crucified. (See, "The Real Motive Behind the 'Department of Global Anti-Semitism'") In Canada, under B’nai B’rith-inspired federal hate laws, it can be a criminal offense for a pastor to state this New Testament history from the pulpit.

To hasten persecution of Christians, ADL/B’nai B’rith is establishing an Orwellian hate crimes tribunal in Europe with 55 member nations: the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). These nations embrace B’nai B’rith’s Christian-persecuting definition that “hate” equals Christian bias against homosexuality.

The lie that Christianity is a source of historic hatred and persecution of Jews is vital to the ADL dream of decimating Christianity. ADL vitally needs such a smear to persuade the world that Christians are indeed worthy of restriction, persecution and even death. This was their conviction in the Book of Acts. It remains, though hidden, today (See, "Have You Read the Talmud Lately?").

Who’s Intolerant Now?

Foxman, an orthodox Jew, prides himself on “tolerance” of homosexuality and porn (See, “ADL's Foxman: Man of Faith?”). Yet he seethes with intolerance at the prospect of Christianity regaining lost prestige.

Is Dr. Kennedy really a dangerous “Christian supremacist?” Of course not. A religious supremacist bullies rival religions, outlawing them from the public sphere. A religious supremacist lies about the teachings of other religions, denigrates their values, and forbids their sacred observances in public.

Does that sound like Kennedy’s treatment of Jews? No.

But it sure sounds like the way ADL treats Christians.

Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watchdog organization.

Learn much more about the threat of liberal Jewish activism at www.google.com. Google's video site shows Rev. Pike's videos, The Other Israel, Hate Laws: Making Criminals of Christians, and Why the Mid-East Bleeds, in their entirety, free of charge.

TALK SHOW HOSTS: For interview with Rev. Pike on this subject, call 503-631-3808.

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