Rabbi Threatens: Messianic Jewish Evangelists Deserve Death

Sunday, October 25, 2015 |  Israel Today Staff

A well-known, though already controversial, Israeli rabbi recently released a video encouraging his followers that Messianic Jews sharing the Gospel deserve the “death penalty.”

“Whoever incites to idolatry, his punishment is death,” stated Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi. “And whoever follows him also deserves death!”

Mizrachi was referring specifically to Eitan Bar and Moti Vaknin, the Israeli Messianic Jews behind the One For Israel project that exists primarily to share the Gospel via the Internet.

In one of their more recent videos, Bar and Vaknin exposed several of Mizrachi’s false teachings regarding Yeshua and the promises about Messiah.

Mizrachi warned that “if they dare to speak up again, these two clowns, I will strike them down.”

In a video response to Mizrachi’s threat, Bar and Vaknin asked for prayers for their personal safety, but also expressed forgiveness and love for the wayward rabbi.

“Rabbi Mizrachi, we still love you, forgive your incitement, and refuse to hate you back,” said Vaknin.

Born in Israel, Rabbi Mizrachi now resides in New York where he heads an organization that teaches his brand of Judaism to both religious and secular Jews. He has courted controversy in the past by, among other things, suggesting that Down’s Syndrome and autism are “punishments for sins committed in a previous life.”

Watch the full video response by Eitan Bar and Moti Vaknin:

Famous Israeli Orthodox Rabbi publicly entices to MURDER two I…

Famous Israeli Orthodox Rabbi publicly entices to MURDER two Israeli Messianic Jewish evangelists for publicly sharing Yeshua (Jesus) over media in Israel. ~ Eitan Bar & Moti Vaknin need your prayers!! PLEASE SHARE!!! ~

Posted by One For Israel Ministry on Wednesday, October 21, 2015

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