Britain First has nothing but praise for Israel, in particular; Netanyahu, who they state is; “The only leader to mention the plight of the Christians of the Middle East”. In 2015 when the above post was made, Christian churches were being burnt down in Israel, supported by extremists such as Benzi Gopstein. Burning of Christian churches in Israel justified, far-Right Jewish leader says. There is no mention of this by Britain First, an organization that claims to support Christians.
Britain First has no problem criticizing Saudi Arabia with such articles as; “Saudi Arabia and Islamic State: A comparison”, something they fail to mention is that Israel is allied with Saudi Arabia against Iran, & Iranian allies. ISIS were created as a result of Israel-Saudi driven foreign policy, weapons were dumped on dubious Islamist groups, who were fighting against the Assad government, & Hezbollah, the Israeli driven plan was to weaken or destroy Iran’s allies, before war with Iran. In this war Syrian Christians would be considered acceptable collateral damage.
“Saudi Arabia recognizes that Israel is an ally rather than an enemy because of the two principal threats that threaten them, Iran and Daesh,” Netanyahu told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Britain is not a Christian country, however Christianity is a large part of British heritage, I can understand British Christians wanting to aid those who share similar ideals to their own. But blind support for Israel is evidently not the best option to serve their interests.
Israel firster Zionist Christians are just as much of a threat to British sovereignty, as the pro-Islamist assets of Qatar & Saudi Arabia, they are hand in hand aligned in the same objective in the middle east. An objective which is counter to British interests, aiding the mujahideen in Afghanistan led to the rise of al-Qaeda, aiding the advance of Syria rebels has led to the rise of ISIS, significantly weakening global stability &, security.
Times of Israel: British Jews say ‘no thanks’ to nationalist group’s support