Here’s another important story getting hardly – if any attention – in media. On an erly Thursday morning in June 2015, “Jewish extremists” torched the Church of the Multiplication in Tabgha, near the Sea of Galilee in Israel. The arsonists wrote graffiti in Hebrew on that walls that read, “Pagans” and “False idols will be smashed.” For those who don’t know, the Church of Multiplication is the alleged site where Jesus multiplied loaves and fishes to feed the needy. The Church of the Multiplication is run by the Catholic Benedictine Order and is well-known for its fifth-century mosaics.
My questions to you all:
1) Why isn’t this story in international headlines?
2) How does Jewish extremism compare to other forms of religious, political, or racial extremism?
3) What can be done about the genocide of Christians in the Middle East?
Answers are welcome in the comments section…