There seems to be an opinion that there is a difference between a christian and a missionary. There is no difference. Missionizing , witnessing or "sharing" their faith, is a commandment according to their religion. How and when they do it differs from christian to christian. They have what is called the "Great Commission".

What is the ''Great Commission"?

Matthew 28:18-20
Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."

This section of their bible is known as the Great Commission.

Acts 1:8 is part of the Great Commission as well, "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth."

Those fundamentalists tend to be literal so maybe those living in Jerusalem and in Judea and Samaria should be extra suspicious of christians.

The Great Commission is one of the most referred to and preached upon portions of Scripture by Evangelical and Fundamentalist pastors and teachers today. Given the fact that the Great Commission contains Christ’s marching orders for the church, this emphasis is warranted.

This statement from The Jerusalem Connection, a christian zionist non-profit organization in Israel working to bring new immigrants from Russia and Anusim from South America, helping the poor, orphans, new immigrants and victims of terror, says it all

Do you evangelize?
Operation Aliyah has a non-missionising policy but we do share our faith in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; our commitment to His Word and God's call upon our lives as believing gentiles to 'help the Jewish people home'. We emphasize the prophetic word; God's call for the Jewish people to return to their homeland and to their God. As representatives of many thousands of Bible-believing Christians we have the privilege and the responsibility to share the good news which is perhaps best described in the words of Isaiah 52:7 "How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, 'Your God reigns!'".

A christian is commanded in his bible by his false "god" to share the "good news" with others. We should never doubt that every christian is a potential missionary. The christian knows that the best way to get a Jew to "open his heart" to him and his message, is to become his best friend. That is why they love Israel and the Jewish people. That is why they are building bridges, cultivating relationships and throwing money at us, all the while not mentioning their beliefs until the time is right. Tell them "thanks but no thanks" and see how fast they turn on you.


  1. Before they missionize, they are quick to tell you how they abhor and condemn anti-semitism and hatred against the Jewish people. They then proceed to tell you that your faith is the work of man and that the rabbis are a brood of vipers. They love Jews but hate Judaism.

    PS Blogroll?

  2. Exactly. I added you. Keep up the good work.

  3. I have long agreed that xtian missionizing is tantamount to a silent holocaust on our people. Keep fighting the good fight!

    Blogroll? LOL

  4. two faced!

  5. to yehudi01

    I have had a chance to look at your blog. Whereas some of the stuff on your blog is very good, you speak of your "christian friends" and by doing so promote relationships with non-jews. Considering that this is precisely what I am fighting against and the sole purpose of my blog, I can not in good conscience put you on my blogroll. I understand that being in chutz l'aretz it is difficult to succeed without relationships with non-jews and this is why all Jews should make aliyah.