A #Church of #England Bishop vicar who shared an article on Facebook which questioned Israel in the 9/11 terror attacks, specifically the 5 Mossad agents caught and arrested for “filming & celebrating” the destruction of the #WTC in #Weehawken #NJ which later was followed in the Jerusalem Post of which the court stated the men didn’t do anything wrong besides their behavior which they themselves photographed “high-fiving” with the burning towers in the background- has been banned from social media after being accused of extremist propaganda of “anti-Semitism”. Reverend Dr Stephen #Sizer has been ordered by the church not to write, blog, tweet, email, preach or teach about the situation in the Middle East.
He has also agreed to stop using social media entirely, including his blog, for six months. There is no guarantee he will be allowed to use social media after this period. Sizer, who is vicar of a parish in #Surrey has agreed to offer his resignation to the Diocese of Guildford in the event he breaches the conditions of his ban. This is a MAJOR important event if you take a look at it.
Sizer posted a link to an article titled “9/11 – Israel did it” on his Facebook page. He added the comment: “Is this anti-Semitic? If so, no doubt I’ll be asked to remove it. It raises so many questions.” When contacted by the Israeli News, Sizer appeared to defend the post, asking them to provide evidence Israel was not involved in #911. “I would welcome articles you can recommend refuting the allegations,” he reportedly told the newspaper. Notice how he is questioning Israel, not Jews, as the media tries to demonize questioning important questions.
The Board of Deputies of British Zionists complained to the Church of # England about the #sept11 Facebook post, saying it promoted an article which was “unquestionably anti-Semitic.” Maybe not in reality as those arrested were not Jews but agents of the Mossad caught filming in a pre-knowledge operation. Even CBS news did a segment mixed between all the #sept11 chaos. Few even know about it.
Referring to guidelines by the Council of Christians & Jews, criticism of Israel is not itself anti-Semitic, but that of legitimacy.