NZ pro-Israel Christians to protest at parliament

December 29, 2016 by J-Wire Staff
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Two busloads of people from the Flaxmere Christian Fellowship and other Churches in Hawkes Bay will  leave Hastings tomorrow to lead a protest on the grounds of Parliament in front of the Richard Seddon Statue.

Pastor Nigel Woodley

A spokesman said: “We will protest the outrageous resolution put forward by our Government and passed at the UN last week outlawing the rights of the Jewish People to live on their own historical homeland in the Land of Israel. We are ashamed of this evil decree (Resolution 2334)  and will publicly condemn it with all who gather with us.

Failing permission to meet on the grounds of Parliament we will meet at the Cenotaph on the Corner of Bowen St and Lambton Quay.

700 people have signed a letter to New Zealand’s Prime Minister Bill English .


One Response to “NZ pro-Israel Christians to protest at parliament”
  1. Adrian Jackson says:

    The UN Security Council resolution is passed so a protest or petition is pointless.

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