Glenn Beck will be holding a major rally in Israel in August.
He said recently:
â€œThings in Israel are going to get badâ€¦itâ€™s only a matter of timeâ€¦They are going to attack the center of our faith, our common faith, and that is Jerusalem. And it wonâ€™t be with bullets or bombs. It will be with a two-state solution that cuts off Jerusalem, the old city, to the rest of the worldâ€¦It is time to return inside the walls that surround Jerusalem and stand with people of all faiths all around the world.â€
The event will be called â€œRestoring Courage,â€ a spinoff of last summer’s â€œRestoring Honorâ€ rally held on 8/28 in Washington, D.C.
Meanwhile, last Sunday, Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, TX devoted an entire service to honoring the Jewish State. Pro-Palestinian protesters got the scoop and showed up at the service, planting themselves in the audience, and standing to shout anti-Israel messages.
On his February 22 radio show, Mormon-convert, ex-drug-addict and media mogul, Glenn Beck, compared Reform Judaism to “radical Islam,” saying that both were more about ‘politics’; that is changing what is outside of oneself, rather than actually being about ‘religion’, changing what is inside of oneself.
Beck’s comments came one month after 400 rabbis, many of whom are affiliated with the Reform movement, paid for a full page advertisement in the Wall Street Journal, denouncing what they saw as inappropriate references to the Nazi Holocaust, made by Beck, when referring to George Soros.
Beck said this:
â€œWhen you talk about rabbis, understand that most people who are not Jewish don’t understand that there are the Orthodox rabbis and then there are the Reformed (sic) rabbis. Reformed rabbis are generally political in nature. It’s almost like Islam – radicalized Islam – in a way to where radicalized Islam is less about religion than it is about politics…It’s not about terror or anything else, it’s about politics, and so it becomes more about politics than it does about faith. Orthodox rabbis that is about faith. There’s not a single orthodox rabbi on this list. This is all reformed rabbis that made this listâ€¦”