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Dec 24, 2015 ·" Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, " insists Benzion Gopstein, the leader of a far-right Israeli group that has indirectly received support from the government. According to Gopstein. Bentzi Gopstein, the head of the extreme right-wing Lehava movement which opposes Jewish-Arab intermarriage, who recently called for a ban of all Christmas celebrations and the expulsion of.

Christmas wishes from 'Israel' ““Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, Let us remove the [Christian] vampires before they once again drink our blood. ” says 'brother in the faith, ' Rabbi Benzi Gopstein ( Source ) Benzi Gopstein, head of Lehava, calls to ban Christmas in the Holy Land: ‘Let us remove the vampires before they once again drink our blood.

’ Ben-Zion Gopstein (born 10 September 1969) is a political activist affiliated with the radical right. Jewish philosopher and scholar.

Later that year, he advocated expelling Christians from Israel and banning celebration of Christmas there. Lehava is chaired by Bentzi Gopstein, a disciple of Meir Kahane, a U. S. -born rabbi who promoted the removal of most Arabs from Israel and the Palestinian territories. Gopstein had run-ins with the police for disorderly conduct while active with Kahane's movement Kach, which was banned from Israeli politics as" racist" in 1988.

Israeli anti-racism activists have called for an investigation after a Jewish extremist leader urged a ban on Christmas celebrations in the country and called Christians" vampires". Benzi Gopstein. Dec 22, 2015. Last month, a dozen Lehava protesters headed by Gopstein demonstrated outside a Christmas event at Jerusalem's YMCA, decrying what they. Lehava group's Benzi Gopstein says Christmas not wanted in Israel, and says of Christians: 'Remove the vampires before they drink our blood' This week, just in time for Christmas, Gopstein let loose his latest barrage against the Church.

It’s a memorable screed called Defeating the Vampire, combining overwrought rhetoric with a largely-fictional account of Jewish history: A well known Jewish extremist has called for a ban on Christmas in Israel, describing Christians as blood-sucking vampires. Bentzi Gopstein is the leader of the Lehava organisation, a Jewish far-right Sunday’s protest was the first instance that Lehava has rallied against the Christmas event and the group’s leader Benzi Gopstein, who was present at the protest, said it was the event.

In another Christmas-related incident earlier this month, Gopstein led Lehava members, many of them teenagers, in a demonstration outside a tree decorating event for children in Jerusalem.

Last month, a dozen Lehava protesters headed by Gopstein demonstrated outside a Christmas event at Jerusalem’s YMCA, decrying what they termed the “murder” of Jewish souls. The extremist also wants Christmas celebrations banned from the region. “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, ” Gopstein was quoted as saying. “Missionary work must not be given a foothold. Dec 23, 2015 · Benzi Gopstein of Lehava wrote “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land” on an ultra-Orthodox Jewish website earlier this week, according to the.

Israeli anti-racism activists have called for an investigation after Benzi Gopstein urged a ban on Christmas celebrations in the country and called Christians 'vampires Lehava group's Benzi Gopstein says Christmas not wanted in Israel, and says of Christians: 'Remove the vampires before they drink our blood' Benzi Gopstein of Lehava wrote “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land” on an ultra-Orthodox Jewish website earlier this week, according to the Daily Telegraph and other Israeli media outlets.

In an op-ed branding Christians" blood-sucking vampires" published on a Haredi website in Israel, Benzi Gopstein charged that" Christmas has no place in the Holy Land. Let us remove the vampires before they once again drink our blood, " he wrote. He also addressed the" lack of spiritual security" he. Bentzi Gopstein, the head of the organization, told The Times of Israel that it was the first time his group was protesting the annual Christmas bazaar.

Dec 22, 2015. “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, ” Benzi Gopstein wrote in an online article posted on an ultra-Orthodox Jewish website earlier this. Israeli anti-racism activists have called for an investigation after Benzi Gopstein urged a ban on Christmas celebrations in the country and called Christians 'vampires “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, ” insists Benzion Gopstein, the leader of a far-right Israeli group that has indirectly received support from the government Sign our petition against Bentzi Gopstein and Lehava here: We Found the Real War on Christmas!

The Young Turks. Gopstein went on to warn that missionaries spent" billions of dollars to get a foothold in the Holy Land, " and have" infested entire. Israeli settler Benzi Gopstein, leader of the right-wing movement Lehava, in court in Jerusalem in 2014 [AFP/Getty] The leader of a right-wing Jewish group has called for a ban on Christmas in.

Sunday’s protest was the first instance that Lehava has rallied against the Christmas event and the group’s leader Benzi Gopstein, who was present at the protest, said it was the event. Dec 22, 2015. Benzi Gopstein, head of Lehava, calls to ban Christmas in the Holy Land: 'Let us remove the vampires before they once again drink our blood. ' Dec 22, 2015. On December 17, the Haredi website Kooker published (Hebrew) an article by Gopstein: “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land. Ben-Zion Gopstein; Native name:.

Later that year, he advocated expelling Christians from Israel and banning celebration of Christmas there. Hemla. Gopstein has served as public relations director of Hemla, a publicly funded non-profit. Hemla for many years focused on" saving the daughters of Israel" from mixed marriages with Arab men, and.

Benzi Gopstein faces prosecution over an article he wrote last December. He also condemned the celebration of Christmas as having “no place in the holy land” of Israel.

His group has. Ben-Zion Gopstein (also Bentzi. Gopstein published an article in December 2015 calling for the suppression of Christmas celebrations in Israel and the expulsion of. Israel’s media service Haaretz reported that the leader of an extremist Jewish group called Lehava called to stop Christmas celebrations in Israel and said Christians are similar to “vampires. ” The leader of Lehava, Benzi Gopstein, wrote on Kooker that “Christmas has no place in the Holy.

" Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, " insists Benzion Gopstein, the leader of a far-right Israeli group that has indirectly received support from the government. According to Gopstein. Benzi Gopstein, leader of the extremist anti-assimilationist group Lehava, has called for the prevention of Christmas celebrations in Israel and the expulsion of Christians whom he compared to “vampires.

” “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, ” Gopstein wrote in an article posted a few. The Israeli War on Christmas. and Christianity. December 22. This week, just in time for Christmas, Gopstein let loose his latest barrage against the Church. Jewish extremist Benzi Gopstein has called for Israel to ban Christmas - days after the Sultan of Brunei's decision to jail Muslims who celebrate the festivities Meanwhile, a Jewish extremist also.

Dec 1, 2015. Lehava leader Benzi Gopstein stands outside the YMCA Christmas tree decorating party with his loyal teenage minions. The signs read:. A Jewish extremist group urged a ban on Christmas celebrations in the country and called Christians vampires. Benzi Gopstein, who heads the far-right. Christmas has no place in the Holy Land. Let us remove the vampires before they once again drink our blood, the Israeli rightwing leader Benzi Gopstein writes; his racist Lehava organization.

“Christmas has no place in the Holy Land, ” Benzi Gopstein wrote in an online article posted on an ultra-Orthodox Jewish website earlier this week, Israeli media reported. This week, just in time for Christmas, Gopstein let loose his latest barrage against the Church. It’s a memorable screed called Defeating the Vampire. Christmas has no place in the Holy Land. Let us remove the vampires before they once again drink our blood, the Israeli rightwing leader Benzi Gopstein writes; his racist Lehava organization.

Dec 23, 2015. Benzi Gopstein of Lehava wrote “Christmas has no place in the Holy Land” on an ultra-Orthodox Jewish website earlier this week, according to.