We’ve covered St James Church’s obscene hate wall in London a few times. Our last piece by Kay Wilson, a survivor of a savage Palestinian terror attack that left her friend dead, was reproduced all around the world. Today she has penned another message for the organisers in London and she even went to the real Bethlehem to write her message on a wall there (not the security fence, another fence built by Palestinians of course).
I care about the hateful “demonstration” of St James because Jewish history, in particular, provides vivid evidence that “civil” demonstrations such as this one, ultimately desensitises the individual and collective moral conscience. Any hatred must be robustly challenged.
The rudder steering this vile sham is radical Islamist ideology that serves as an insidious poison that has struck Israelis, Muslims, Jews and even a British soldier on London’s streets.
Whatever ethnic background or religion a person is, “I am my brother’s keeper.” I take that to mean any person, irregardless of his/her creed or colour. Therefore, I am outraged at the gassing of Muslims in Syria, the maiming and murder of Muslim men women and children in Iraq and the violation of human rights by the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas towards their own people.
Demonstrations such as St James cover up these injustices also alienates self-respecting British Muslims, the minority of which are prepared to speak out against anti-Semitic Islamist ideology.
The feigned concern for the Palestinians viv-a-viv St James “wall,” is not only thuggish Israel-bashing it is an insult to the intelligence – and a danger to the safety – of the thousands of Palestinian Christians who are hiding behind that “wall” too frightened to speak out and tell the world who their real abusers are.