Tuesday, July 25, 2006

'Who Is My Neighbor' in the Lebanon-Israel Conflict - Christianity Today Magazine

Martin Accad is at it again--this time accusing Israel and the United States of Nazi tendencies. I quote:
The reality is that practically every man in almost every family in these regions belongs to the militant group that was first born in an effort to resist Israeli occupation of Southern Lebanon in 1982...[W]hen Israel and some Western nations promised to get rid of Hezbollah, they effectively vowed the extermination of about a third of the Lebanese population!
That's a lie, Martin Accad. I demand that you take it back at once.

And then there's this:

Seven hundred thousand out of a total Lebanese population of 3.5 million, 20 percent of the population, mostly Shiites, are now being cared for and given refuge by mostly Christian schools, churches, and other humanitarian organizations. This is the story of the Good Samaritan at a mega scale! And to think that this is the outcome of a strategy that meant to rouse anti-Hezbollah feelings among the Lebanese population and government. Talk about a failed strategy!
Huh? Muslims have to accept help from Christians, and this is military defeat for Israel? I expect to see this kind of poor-man's analysis on the Daily Kos, not in Christianity Today magazine.
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