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By Premendra Agrawal

 

 

Tags: Jerusalem, Arab-Israeli conflict, Jerusalem Cross, new two-rupee, coin, Reserve Bank of India RBI, Italian origin, Roman Cathoic, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul, Christian lobby, Oscar Fernadis, Alwa, Antony, YSR Rajeshwar Rao, Ajit Jogi, Navin Chawla, autobiographer of Terresa and Christian Missionaries;

 

Today, Jerusalem remains central to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Is there any conspiracy to extend that conflict here in India by including Jerusalem Cross in the new two-rupee coin, circulated by the Reserve Bank of India. Is here any role of Italian origin Roman Cathoic Christian Sonia Gandhi, her son Rahul or powerfull Christian lobby which includes Oscar Fernadis, Alwa, Antony, YSR Rajeshwar Rao CM of Andhra, Ajit Jogi and so many others. Is there any guide line for that of Eletion Commissioner Navin Chawla, autobiographer of Terresa and Christian Missionaries?

 

Today, Jerusalem remains central to the Arab-Israeli conflict; Israel's annexation of the primarily Arab neighborhoods that form East Jerusalem has been particularly controversial, as Jerusalem has been claimed by Palestinians as the capital for a future Palestinian state. Thus, the status of united Jerusalem as Israel's "eternal capital”is not widely recognized by the international community, and most countries locate their embassies in Tel Aviv.

 

At present The European Union supports Jerusalem's internationalisation as outlined in UN General Assembly Resolution 181 of 1947. This recommended the partition of the territory under the British Mandate into Arab and Jewish states, with neither state having sovereignty over Jerusalem, which was to be administered by a UN Trusteeship Council.

 

Please find the photos of present coins of Jerusalem cross and other related photos of Cross at: www.newsanalysisindia.com/

 

Religious roadblock for the new Rs 2 coin

As reported by DNA few days back: The new two-rupee coin is all set to spark a political controversy, with Hindu hardliners suspecting that the symbol on its reverse is that of a holy cross. (Is DNA softliner? It should mention what it means soft and hardliners. I don’t know how many pieces will be cut more of Hindu Rashtra by so called secular Hindus)

 

Shiv Sena working president, Uddhav Thackeray, told DNA on April 8  that the issue came up during his meeting with RSS chief KS Sudarshan at the Sangh building here in Nagpur, and that the matter needs serious examination.

 

“The Sarsanghchalak pointed this out to me, and we feel it’s a serious matter,” Thackeray told DNA, before departing to Ramtek for an election rally. “We will take it up once the elections are over. It’s not a religious, but a national issue. What’s the need to replace the map of India with this symbol?” he asked.

 

Sangh sources say the Saffron Parivar has a strong objection to the new coin as it plays up “the crusader’s cross under the garb of unity in diversity”.  (Is DNA belongs to green parivar?)

 

The face of the coin has three portions. The central portion bears the Lion Capitol of Ashoka Pillar with “Satyameva Jayate” inscribed below.

The reverse face of the coin (the point of controversy) shows stylized representation of “Unity in Diversity”, says an RBI release. “The symbol shall be seen as four heads sharing a common body. It shall be thought of as people from all four parts of the country coming together under one banner and identifying with one nation,” the release holds.

 

Is Reserve bank has gone through the following man on the direction of Chistian Lobby in the government?

 

 

The Jerusalem Cross has four smaller crosses around a large

The Jerusalem Cross has four smaller crosses around a large central cross. The five crosses represent the five wounds of Christ. When the large cross represents Christ, the four smaller crosses can represent many things—the four Gospels by the four Evangelists; the mission to spread the Good News to the four corners of the world; the four parts of a person (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual).

 

One Christian have added a red heart to the center of the traditional Jerusalem Cross (so ‘laila majnu as valentine day convert themselves in the Christianty). Through grace, their hearts are to be transformed into the heart of Jesus

 

A cross is often used as a check mark because it can be clearer, easier to create with an ordinary pen or pencil, and less obscuring of the text or image that is already present than a large dot. It also allows marking a position more accurately than a large dot.

A large cross through a text often means that it is wrong or should be considered deleted.

 

Christians Crusades

There was a time chiristians had upper hands in Jerusalem because of the Cushades more than two figures crushades.

 

The Crusades were a series of military conflicts of a religious character waged by Christians from 1095-1291, usually sanctioned by the Pope in the name of Christendom, with the goal of recapturing Jerusalem and the sacred "Holy Land" from Muslim rule and originally launched in response to a call from the Eastern Orthodox Byzantine Empire for help against the expansion of the Muslim Seljuq dynasty into Anatolia.

 

The traditional numbering scheme for the Crusades includes the nine major expeditions to the Holy Land during the 11th to 13th centuries. Other unnumbered "crusades" continued into the 16th century, lasting until the political and religious climate of Europe was significantly changed during the Renaissance and Reformation

 

The Children's Crusade was not a military campaign but probably a popular uprising in France and/or Germany, possibly with the intention of reaching the Holy Land in order to convert Muslims there peacefully to Christianity.

In the five centuries following Bar Kokhba's revolt, the city remained under Roman and Byzantine rule. With the city controlled by Roman Emperor Constantine I during the 4th century, Jerusalem was transformed into a center for Christianity, with the construction of sites such as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. For most of the time between Constantine's rule and the arrival of the Muslim forces in 638, Jews were banned from Jerusalem. From that point, the rights of the non-Muslims under Islamic territory were governed by the Pact of Umar, and Christians and Jews living in the city were granted autonomy in exchange for a required poll tax (jizya).

 

The Crusades have been remembered relatively favourably in western Europe (countries which were, at the time of the Crusades, Roman Catholic countries). Nonetheless, there have certainly been many vocal critics of the Crusades in Western Europe since the Renaissance.

 

the Crusades are seen as having opened up European culture to the world, especially Asia:

The Crusades brought about results of which the popes had never dreamed, and which were perhaps the most, important of all. They re-established traffic between the East and West, which, after having been suspended for several centuries, was then resumed with even greater energy; they were the means of bringing from the depths of their respective provinces and introducing into the most civilized Asiatic countries Western knights, to whom a new world was thus revealed, and who returned to their native land filled with novel ideas... If, indeed, the Christian civilization of Europe has become universal culture, in the highest sense, the glory redounds, in no small measure, to the Crusades."

[Catholic Encyclopedia ]

 

Islamic world

The crusades had profound but localized effects upon the Islamic world, where the equivalents of "Franks" and "Crusaders" remained expressions of disdain. Muslims traditionally celebrate Saladin, the Kurdish warrior, as a hero against the Crusaders. In the 21st century, some in the Arab world, such as the Arab independence movement and Pan-Islamism movement, continue to call Western involvement in the Middle East a "crusade". The Crusades were regarded by the Islamic world as cruel and savage onslaughts by European Christians.

 

Jewish community

The Crusaders' atrocities against Jews in the German and Hungarian towns, later also in those of France and England, and in the massacres of Jews in Palestine and Syria have become a significant part of the history of anti-Semitism, although no Crusade was ever declared against Jews. These attacks left behind for centuries strong feelings of ill will on both sides. The social position of the Jews in western Europe was distinctly worsened, and legal restrictions increased during and after the Crusades. They prepared the way for the anti-Jewish legislation of Pope Innocent III and formed the turning-point in medieval anti-Semitism.

 

Present declined crcial condition of Christians in jerusalem

Jerusalem also contains sites that are sacred for Christians, the most important of which is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre which marked the site of the Resurrection of Christ.

 

But the decline in numbers of Christians in Jerusalem to about 2% of the population has meant that Christian concerns have tended to be sidelined in negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians

 

Is this reason to fill up the blank of Christianity past holds in Jersalems, now here in India slowly and slowly convering Hindus and Muslims in Christianty in India? Three days morn in death of Pope, Bharatratn to Teresa, Padmshree to Glady Staines, Bainney Hinns healing touch program in Bangalore with the governmental help of then Congress CM Adharm of Karnataka in the direction of Christian Sonia Gandhi besides other Anti-Hindu Muslim acts.

Hindus and Muslims should unite as 1857 against the above mentioned conspiracy.

 

 

By Premendra Agrawal

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