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Reply To: Why is it important for Christians to keep the sad history of Christian antisemitism in mind when responding to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the present?

Kelen Rojas

Hate has always been with the Hebrew people, the conflict has always been in force, and it is that God has a promise with that people, if we observe what happened in the Holocaust in 1930 – 1945 we realize the hatred and the focus of the enemy in wanting to destroy and disappear this people, but they have not been able and will not be able to, it is the chosen people of God, the bible says that the more they oppressed the Israelites the more they multiplied. The Christian people must know the reason for hatred (anti-Semitism) in order to have a better perspective of the current conflict that is taking place between these two nations, a struggle for territory, possession, conquest, culture, promises, among others. But what if we can be sure as knowledgeable of the scripture, that there may be conflict and war and constant threats against Israel, but God will give them victory. This conflict that has been going on for more than half a century has left dozens of dead, the industries and productive sectors have been affected by this conflict.