[...] The Evangelical church's teachings in the United States and elsewhere are very worrisome and dangerous. Basing political, economic, and military support for Israel on biblical ideology and prophesies, as the case has been in the United States so far, should not and must not continue. Sadly, no amount of 'correct' Palestinian or Arab media can significantly alter the current situation.
Islamic extremists who hold similar but opposite views in the Arab and Muslim world are waning, they don't have the support of majority mainstream Muslims, and are being confronted all the way from Morocco to Indonesia. Unlike Evangelical Christians, extremists in the Muslim world are not allowed to constitute a strategic threat to anyone.
The United States and the people of America should look into other less dangerous ways to bring about a sense of spiritualism to fulfill the noticeable void in their spiritual life.
Earthly justice, conflict resolution, equal opportunity, saving the earth, protecting the environment, helping and assisting others to indulge in innovations, better education, improved health, fighting poverty, and improving quality of life for billions of human beings in Africa, south America, south west Asia should be the objective. [...]
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
"Unlike Evangelical Christians, extremists in the Muslim world are not allowed to constitute a strategic threat to anyone. "
That's what it says. Of course, it's a Palestinian news agency: