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Re: Women in Black protest racist Sabeel Conference

Israel is not evil.
Israel([search]) has made some bad decisons.
All countries have made bad decisons. Including this one.
Sabeel advocates the destruction of israel for reasons other than bad decisons. Care to guess their motivation?
It is an abomidation that they subvert church doctrine to accomplish their nefarious goals. Its racist and evil. The more I learn about Sabeel, the more disgusted I am. The church should not be used in this cynical manipulative manner
 

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Oakland Women in Black protest Sabeel

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Oakland Women in Black
This is a legitimate Women in Black Group, protesting the racist agenda of Sabeel
 

Re: Re: Women in Black protest racist Sabeel Conference

www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/12/27/18468987.php

For many years, a coalition of progressives including Women in Black, the SF ADC, and Jewish Voice for Peace organized a Christmas eve vigil in Union Square in support of the Palestinians. In good faith, we agreed we could not do it again this year. More and more it seems the worse enemy of the Palestinian people are the Palestinian leadership. The murder of Christians in Gaza([search]), the call for a future Palestinian state to be empty of Jews, the continued bombing of S'derot while the first peace talks in 7 years were being conducted, and the racism and humiliation shown to the Jewish delegates at Annapolis were all factors in our decision.

We will continue to support the true peacemakers, in the Bay area, in the nation, and in the world.
 

Apparently not all Women in Black have this level of courage

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Bay Area Women in black- not beloved in their community
Apparently not all Women in Balck groups are created equal
 

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