Pope Francis I and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet in Rome

by David on January 3, 2014

On December 2, 2013, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Monday morning with Pope Francis at the Vatican.

He presented the pontiff with a copy of his late father’s book about the Spanish Inquisition.

Netanyahu presented a Spanish translation of the 1995 book, “The Origins of the Inquisition,” to Francis during their 25-minute closed-door meeting, as well as a Hanukkah menorah.

Netanyahu’s father, Benzion Netanyahu, was an Israeli historian who died last year. A Zionist activist who opposed partitioning Palestine between Arabs and Jews, he was best known in academic circles for his research into the Catholic Church’s medieval inquisition against the Jews of Spain.

To his Holiness Pope Franciscus, a great shepherd of our common heritage,” the Israeli leader wrote on the inside cover of the book.

They both seem to take great pride in the times of the Inquisition, instead of looking at it as a horrific time when the Roman Catholic Church persecuted people they deemed as “heretics” mostly which were true Christians, not Jews.

Netanyahu repeatedly brings up the persecution of Jews throughout history, but apparently the persecution of Christians is acceptable.

He gives no indication of worshiping the God of the Bible.

You never hear him praise God for supposedly giving them the land of Israel after 1,878 years of exile.

And that is because he is controlled by the Jesuits of the Roman Catholic Church, who caused the modern state of Israel to be created, not God.

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The Jesuits and leaders of Israel are in league to usher in the New World Order where their False Messiah can rise in Jerusalem to deceive the world.

They are in league to persecute Christians.

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