Presbyterian Church Leaders Reject SODA Boycott After Visiting Factory
FYI - After visiting the the SODA factory which is located in Maaleh Adumim, a delegation of Presbyterian Church leaders have rejected the boycott of SODA. The Presbyterian delegates told SODA representatives that the visit to the factory convinced them that the location of the factory enhances the business as well as the interpersonal relations between the Israelis and Palestinians and that they will express their support of SODA and Israel to the church administration and followers. GLTA.
My wife sings in two choirs.One at the Synagogue and one three "houses" away(to which she can walk) at a Presbyterian Church.Now, she's the "religious"(I'm just "spiritual"- I hate , plus when she goes, I can watch sports in peace:).The church choir is WAY more fun:).People are glorious and they treat her as one of their own, and make NO ATTEMPT to doubt HER own religion-au contraire.And, we host (and fund:) the church Choir's annual Christmas Party.Good folks is my point.In fact, I always marvel at the incredible courage of European Righteous Christians who hid their
#$%$ ish friends at great personal risk to themselves, and more amazingly, their children.I'd like to think I'd have done the same, but I'll never know.