From WND, with thanks to Kemaste:
A group of Christians and Jews plans to hold a demonstration tomorrow at a Presbyterian church hosting a program presented by the International Solidarity Movement, which supports “armed struggle” and has advocated the destruction of Israel.
The Christian Jewish Anti-Terror Alliance said the protest at the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church in Somerville, Mass., will take place as the program begins at 11:45 a.m.
The church is hosting a program and brunch entitled “A Report Back from Palestine” at which the Boston support group for the International Solidarity Movement, or ISM, will speak to the congregation.
“The time has come for Christians to stand with Israel against the terrorists who for 50 years have been trying to destroy the Jewish state, and who have brought suffering and death to thousands of Israelis and Arabs, said Dennis Hale of the Christian Jewish Anti-Terror Alliance.
Hale, a member of a local Episcopal parish and teacher of political science at Boston College, said “the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church has decided to stand with the terrorists instead.”
He insisted ignorance is no excuse, since the ISM has made it intentions and loyalties “crystal clear.”
“The Christians who stand with them are not defending peace and justice; they are defending religious fanatics and killers,” Hale said.
The ISM says in its mission statement that the Palestinians have a right to “armed struggle” and its leaders have endorsed suicide bombing as a “noble” form of jihad. The group’s media coordinator, Flo Rosovski wrote, “‘Israel’ is an illegal entity that should not exist.”