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JUDAISM'S WORST ENEMY IS WITHIN

By Ted Pike

God told Isaiah: "O my people! they who guide you lead you astray." (Isa. 3:12).

In almost every age, false Jewish leadership has led the average Jew into bondage, persecution and exile. The ancient Pharisees epitomized such "blind guides," provoking the Romans to destroy Jerusalem in 70 A.D.

So it is today. Evil Jewish political, religious and cultural leadership continues to stimulate a backlash of anti-Jewish feeling. Many resent creation of "anti-hate" laws world-wide by the Jewish Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'Rith. Many also resent production of such blasphemous and immoral films as "The Last Temptation of Christ" by Jewish controlled MCA.

Most powerfully, anti-Jewish feeling has been stimulated by false Zionist leadership in the Middle East. Such leadership disobeyed God's instruction to His people that they live in contentment among the nations (Jer. 29:4-7) until the Second Coming of Christ. Only then, when a remnant of Jews will believe on their rejected Messiah, Jesus, will Israel at last enjoy divine endorsement to re-occupy God's holy land, a land strictly reserved for Jews who are obedient. Only then will a wealth of Old Testament scriptures prophesying national restoration to Palestine be fulfilled.

Instead, a century ago, false Zionist leadership convinced the Jewish people that they could escape persecution, re-occupy the promised land, and fulfill scripture without obedience to their true Messiah. Most evangelical Christians agreed with their unbiblical claims. The result has not been an end of persecution for Jews. Instead, the world has endured a century of strife and hatred against Jews by the Arab world – a strife exploding into international Arab terrorism. Far from becoming a land of refuge, Israel is the most dangerous place a Jew can live. "There is no peace to the wicked." (Isa. 48:22

Delivering Jews from Persecution

A primary purpose of the National Prayer Network is to protect and deliver Jews from the hatred and persecution that inevitably results from blindly following their false leaders.

If such leadership is not restrained (as Christ did to the Pharisees), even more waves of anti-semitism will sweep the world. God's destiny for a remnant of believing Jews will be imperiled.

Yet, if such a backlash emerges, it will not be the Jewish rabbis, financiers, and media moguls who will suffer most. It will be the Jewish people. This is what happened in Weimar Germany in 1939 when Jewish shopkeepers had their windows smashed to atone for the sins of Jewish financiers in high places.

St. Paul expressed the purpose of the National Prayer Network perfectly. He said: "Brethren, my heart's desire is…for their salvation." (Rom.10:1) In order to protect God's chosen people, a remnant of Jews, it is necessary to educate both Christians and Jews concerning the magnitude of the threat that evil Jewish leadership poses to both.

Ultimately, we believe, such biblically oriented, fearless truth telling will prove more of a "blessing" to Jews than the traditional military and moral approval of Israel, which is knee-jerkingly given by evangelicals. Such has only encouraged Zionist warlords, such as Begin, Shamir, and Sharon, to further antagonize the Arab community. As a consequence, America has now been drawn into the Middle East for one colossal,
unnecessary purpose: to make the Middle East safe for Israel.

Result: the whole world draws closer daily to a Middle-East nuclear
Armageddon.

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The National Prayer Network now has two websites. www.hatelawsexposed.org deals exclusively with issues relating to hate crimes legislation. www.truthtellers.org considers how false Jewish leadership imperils the United States, Christians, and Jews.
For an interview with Rev. Ted Pike call 503-631-3808.

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