Christians React As New Israeli Bill Makes It Criminal To Preach About Jesus

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Christians react as new israeli bill makes it criminal to preach about jesus. Global condemnations have continued to rein in on the recent and ultra-preposterous Israeli bill that seeks to jail anyone caught holding conversations about Jesus.

 

The bill currently championed by lawmakers Moshe Gafni and Yaakov Asher of the United Torah Judaism (UTJ), explicitly states that “someone who solicits a person, directly, digitally, by mail, or online, in order to convert his religion, the punishment—one-year imprisonment; and if the person (to be converted) is a minor—two years’ imprisonment.”

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The lawmakers have also added an “override clause” to make void any judiciary counter-decision.

 

Israel is a party to Article 18 of the Universal Charter of Human Rights which guarantees freedom of religion, including the right to decide your own faith beliefs. The passage of the bill will make her a sore violator of human rights, including the rights of close to 4.2 million Jews in Israel who believe in Jesus.

Christians react as new israeli bill makes it criminal to preach about jesus. With only days left to the Easter Celebration—a global commemoration of the significance of Jesus Christ’s sufferings, death, and resurrection on earth, Christians perceive the timing of the bill as a shameless affront by Orthodox Jews who, mostly, do not believe in Jesus as the Lord and Saviour.

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