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Christians Resolved to give Hamas no quarter

Reader comment on: Ignoring the Bloodshed in Gaza

Submitted by Debbie Shafer (United States), Jan 11, 2009 09:39

We have watched the past wars and struggles between Hamas and Israel. They have signed multiple peace treaties and given their expressions of wanting peace, but their actions display the opposite. We are sorry for those people who are innocent in these matters of wars and destruction. No other nation would be expected to tolerate steady bombardment by Hamas rockets and set there and take it without a response or defense.

We are also against the division of Jerusalem and other cities to give Palestinians more land to live on. This move would move Hamas and Israel's enemies closer to the cities that are now being attacked. The PLO and Hamas has never proved they want peace and unity. They now must suffer the consequences of the IDF who is resolved to change this situation, no ceasefire until the military objective is accomplished. Christians are resolved and strong in support of Israel, her right to exist, and the peace she craves.

For Zion's sake I will not keep silent, for Jerusalem's sake I will not remain quiet, till her righteousness shines out like the dawn, her salvation like a blazing torch. Isaiah 62:1.

Radical Islam has bullied and terrorized so many people and so many nations, one would think the people would realize they may kill us or bully us, but they will never control our soul, our thoughts, or our allegiance to the true God. Not only is radical Islam the next Hitler, they are like the Roman empire who controlled the world with tyranny, violence and domination. The day of reckoning is coming for Islam, they need only read Ezekiel 38 and 39 to understand the plans God has for them.


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