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Isreali Donald Trump say “Christians has no place in The Holy Land”

Benzion Gopshtein, leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, stands outside his lawyer's office before a news conference in Jerusalem August 11, 2015. Gopshtein, a Jewish ultranationalist, briefed reporters after his release from Israeli police questioning on Tuesday. Amid a rise in hate crimes in Israel, Gopshtein is under scrutiny for remarks he made at a conference that appeared to be in favour of arson attacks on churches. He has denied wrongdoing. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun - RTX1NXX8

Benzion Gopshtein, leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun – RTX1NXX8

So here in America, we have a right-winged Republican calling for a ban on all Muslims coming to this country. But Donald Trump’s way of thinking is apparently not exclusive to him or the Republicans. In Israel, another right winged nut-job is calling for the expulsion of all Christians from Israel.

Ladies and Gentlemen, meet the Donald Trump of Israel.

“Christmas has no place in the Holy Land,” insists Benzion Gopstein, the leader of a far-right Israeli group that has indirectly received support from the government.

According to Gopstein, Christians are “vampires and blood suckers” that must be expelled from Israel, the U.S.’ closest ally. “Let us remove the vampires before they once again drink our blood,” he wrote in a recent article on an ultra-Orthodox website.

Gopstein, a religious extremist also known as “Benzi,” calls “the Christian Church” Jews’ “deadly enemy for hundreds of years,” which has used “the maximum tools at its disposal to destroy the Jewish people.”

He laments that the “disgust” for Christianity “has disappeared with the ‘good life’ of the democratic age.”

Leading Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported on Gopstein’s remarks. It also noted that the Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism and the Coalition Against Racism have asked the government to investigate.