For Tisha B’Av, this Christian “spent one minute meditating on each of the horrors done to Jews in the name of Christianity. He began at eight in the morning but by one in the afternoon, he was little more than halfway through the list”

BREAKING ISRAEL NEWS
Christian Declaration of Tisha B’Av Atrocities Against Jews Presented at Knesset
by Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz
July 18, 2018

A simple act of contrition by a devout Christian led to a powerful meeting in the Knesset and will hopefully lead to a global initiative to heal the difficult and painful history between Jews and Christians. On Monday, 16 Christian and Jewish delegates met in the chambers of Yuli Edelstein, Speaker of the Knesset, and presented him with a declaration signed by 1,500 Christians in which they expressed a desire to comfort the Jewish people for crimes done to them. “We the undersigned recognize the long and horrific history of anti-semitic atrocities committed against Jews in the name of Christ,” the proclamation read…READ MORE

ARUTZ SHEVA Tisha B’av: How do Israelis grieve?  The fast day of Tisha B’av 2018 begins on Saturday night July, 21 and end sundown, July 22. The fast marks the day when the Spies returned to Moses and the Jewish People in the desert, speaking falsehoods about the Land of Israel. It also marks the destruction of the two Holy Temples in Jerusalem. After the Second Temple was destroyed, no Jewish government existed in Israel until 1948, when the modern State of Israel was founded. 

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