Israel Will Not Pass Bill Persecuting Christianity
Praise God for Prime Minister Netanyahu!
From Daily Caller. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Wednesday that he will not allow any legislation to be passed banning Christianity after two members of the Israeli government proposed the bill earlier this year, according to the All Israel News.
The bill was introduced into the Israeli Knesset, Israel’s legislative body of elected officials, from Israel’s United Torah Judaism’s Moshe Gafni and Yaakov Asher on Jan. 9, according to All Israel News. …
לא נקדם שום חוק נגד הקהילה הנוצרית.
We will not advance any law against the Christian community.
— Benjamin Netanyahu – בנימין נתניהו (@netanyahu) March 22, 2023
The bill would mean that Christians in Israel could face up to one year in prison for sharing their faith or attempting to convert someone, and will be charged with a harsher sentence if they share their faith with a minor, according to All Israel News. …
Christians make up nearly 2% of Israel’s population and comprised 61% of tourists in Israel in 2018, according to the Jewish Virtual Library. Tourists from the United States were also the largest percentage of visitors to Israel at 813,000 in 2018. …
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(Excerpt from Daily Caller. Photo Credit: Getty Images)
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