It’s Sunday morning, and you are worshiping in your church. This Sunday happens to fall on a Jewish holiday, but of course this is of no concern to you. It is of concern to some renegade Jews, however, and they storm your church sanctuary. These thugs disrupt your peaceful worship service–even shouting profanities about Jesus Christ. You react naturally, and manage to drive them out. Then you continue in your worship–determined not to allow this aggressive intrusion to spoil it.
The mayor of your city has other ideas, however. He takes no action against these thugs, but does shut down your church to prevent future confrontations. You are no longer allowed to enter your church sanctuary. Women in your church are the first to protest. And National Guard troops are called out to keep these women–members of your congregation–from entering the church, and to drive them off the church grounds.
Of course, some of these women actively resist. And National Guard troops meet their resistance with brutal force. The resisting women are knocked to the ground.
Seeing this, men from your church step in. And these men–members of your congregation–are treated more brutally than the women. They are beaten to the ground, kicked again and again by the troops–and even dragged by their feet away from your church, their heads and shoulders scraping against the asphalt.
Couldn’t happen in America, could it? No, not at this time. But it happened in the Zionist State (“Israel”)–and is still happening. Except that “your church” is a mosque–the Al-Aqsa Mosque. And “Jesus Christ” is Muhammad. And the “National Guard troops” are Israeli soldiers.
And the United States government–your government and my government–is supporting this.
Think about it.