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I could easily see this proposed Israeli law being touted by idiot conservatards.

Is it possible that the Israeli government this year could pass legislation making it illegal for people to share the Gospel message in the very land where Jesus was born, raised, preached, died, buried and rose from the dead?

Unfortunately, yes.

As Palm Sunday and Easter approach – the two most sacred days on the calendar for those who follow Jesus as both God and Messiah – two members of the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) introduced a bill last week that would ban any and all efforts to tell people about Jesus.

The bill would send violators to prison.

John Hagee hardest hit.

Seriously, if this passes, and the first “evangelical” Judeo-churchian missionary is imprisoned, will the GAE bend the laws of physics as it did with What’s-her-basketball-lesbian to get him back?

But maybe there’s a silver lining. Bibi is about to make sentencing native Palestinians (and not Jewish Israelis) to death a possibility. And, as that has already been Israeli occupation doctrine for 75 years, it may be a positive. One assumes that now a trial would at least be necessary, right?

#StandWithIsrael! Stand behind the bars, please. Don’t drop the soap.