Monday, August 05, 2013

Jerusalem Christian Center

כ"ט לחודש החמישי תשע"ג

Who knew, that for your convenience, there was a burgeoning, Christian Center right in the center of Jerusalem?!

That's right! Housed in the Klal Building (בניין כלל), just across Yaffo Street from Davidka Square (ככר דודקא), defacto Jerusalem Christian Center is right next to its own light rail station to boot!

Its convenient location near the Nachla'oth neighborhood facilitates infiltration into the wide variety of synagogues located there. Several missionaries, and young men posing as yeshiva students, have already been discovered, over the years, exposed, and "removed" from the neighborhood. Unfortunately, the infestation within Jerusalem is so extensive, I am certain that we have not seen nor heard the last of them.

In addition, this center's proximity to the popular Ben-Yehudah "midrahov" makes for easy access to tourists, and impressionable young Jewish souls,...for harvesting.

Let's take a tour, shall we? The logos of the various units have been included for your easy recognition, when you encounter them, be wary, and to be able to warn others.

“King of Kings Community is called to be a compelling, Messiah-centered, Spirit-empowered, disciple-making community that reveals the true face of Yeshu (May his name and memory be blotted out!) to Israel and to the nations.” - Our Vision
Our tour begins with The Pavilion "auditorium" which can't be rented for your various needs. Of course, it also serves as a worship center (ie. church). It seats 600 plus people. Well, that's 600 Christian missionaries too many in Jerusalem, 600 too many period!

Pavilion Auditorium

Across from the "church," on the same below street level floor C1/P1, is the Yuval Messianic School, a convenient way to serve. I wonder if the school realizes that it is against Israeli Law to harvest the souls of minors. I would mention the penalties which such horrific actions incur according to halakhah (Jewish Law), for reaping away at anyone's soul in Israel. But, what do Christians care about halakhah? Nothing. Unless, of course, they are trying to make themselves look more Jewish, such as with fake tzitziyoth, and other, tradition Jewish articles of clothing.

Apparently, a family counseling center is coming soon! How exciting! Just pray to a false deity, and all of your problems will be solved!

Want to learn how to make Christian propaganda films? Then try out the Kings School of Media.

For your avodah zarah (foreign/forbidden practice) needs online, Fruit of the Land may fit your bill! Don't be fooled by the "support Israel" aspect. Ask them how much of their profit goes into the harvesting of Jewish souls in Israel.

Our tour of the defacto Jerusalem Christian Center concludes with the Jerusalem Prayer Tower, located on the 14th Floor.

Be a part of the 24-Hour Avodah Zarah team! Focus the imaginary energies of your false deity, or messiah, or whatever you're calling the mamzer these days (assuming that he even existed), on innocent bystanders.Empower yourself for the disgusting task of missionizing, as well as find tricky ways to sneak into the Israel, and gain permanent residency by working on a farm, or something. Learn how to dupe unsuspecting Jews into sponsoring you for citizenship.

Then step back, and watch all your efforts to go up against Jerusalem crumble before your eyes!


How many Jews knew that this "center," with all of its shady activities even exists? And, not only that, but right under our noses?

How many of you will now continue to patronize the businesses in the Klal Building?


Michael Cohen said...

Regardless of the Christian activity in the Clal building, don't "BDS" the other businesses there! It's not their fault that Christians are operating from there; as a matter of fact, the less patronage the regular businesses get, the more likely it is for them to go out of business, thus opening up new storefronts to be bought up by the Christians. I'd encourage everyone to instead flock to those businesses and show them your support.

Esser Agaroth said...


Thanks for writing.

If you have any particular businesses in mind you believe should have our support, please feel free to list them here.

However, please only list businesses which are know not to collaborate, nor even be friendly to the Xians ysh"w.

Michael Cohen said...

Define "friendly"... I mean, the entire building was effectively a ghost town before the Christians started bringing hordes of people in, and I bet the only way most businesses were able to stay afloat was because the rent was similarly rock-bottom. Then suddenly there's a regular influx of customers that probably saved any number of businesses, and you're going to hold any gratitude they may have towards the Christians being there against them?

Esser Agaroth said...

"Friendly" I'll leave to your and their own best judgment for now.

It is forbidden for Jews to do anything to may it easy for goyim to remain in Eretz Yisra'el. (Mishneh Torah, Hil. A"Z 10:1-9; Tur, Hoshen Mishpat 249, and several more)

However, at this point in history, this halakhic point is just so foreign to us, Jews have been in despair over how much we are hated in the world (even though we are supposed to remain a separate and distinct people), and so enamored with Xian "support," that I find it difficult to hold these ignorant Jews accountable.

Furthermore, countless "rabbis" are inviting them in, so what are the regular Jews on the street supposed to think? (These "rabbis" have refused to engage in halakhic debate, for the most part.)

I would say that patronizing their businesses would constitute as "friendly," and completely unacceptable.

Judaicaman said...

what good is all the money in the world if one Jew is made into a Pagan? Since when have we permitted shmad? Just because today these christians "love" us instead of forcing us through the sword does not in the least make it kosher. It is easier for an elephant to pass trough the eye of a needle than for a Jew to become a christian. Unfortunately, today, with the help of even some RELIGIOUS Jews these missionaries in sheeps' clothing are making inroads in the very heart of Jerusalem. May God help us from ourselves!

Esser Agaroth said...

Dear Unknown,

Thanks for writing.

Pardon the pun, but "you're preaching to the choir." ;-)

In other words, I agree with you.

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