...In today’s sermon, Wright asked the crowd to please remember that “Jesus was a Palestinian — the Palestinian people had the Europeans come and take their country.”
Wright also theorized that “the youth in Ferguson and the youth in Palestine have united together to remind us that the dots need to be connected. And what Dr. King said, injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, has implications for us as we stand beside our Palestinian brothers and sisters, who have been done one of the most egregious injustices in the 20th and 21st centuries.”Yes, it is so unfair that there's a tiny speck of the Middle East that is not yet locked up for Allah.
Another thing that's irrefutable: in this thinking re Jews, Rev. Wright has long demonstrated that he is way more of a Mufti than he is an MLK (who, in his public statements at least, was something of a Zionist).
Update: More bunkum from Wright:
Wright also made the bizarre claims that:Europeans? Nice try there, Rev., but what about all those Israel Jews (who make up a large percentage of the population) from adjacent Arab lands?
“As we sit here, there is an apartheid wall being built twice the size of the Berlin Wall in height, keeping Palestinians off of illegally occupied territories, where the Europeans have claimed that land as their own...”
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