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Thursday, December 25, 2014

Will the Real “Kishkush” Please Stand Up?

Posted by JewishIsrael.com

On December 18 2010, Kay Wilson, (also known by her nickname, “KishKush”) and her colleague and friend, Kristine Luken, were brutally attacked by Arab terrorists in a forest near Beit Shemesh in Israel. Luken was butchered to death. Wilson survived. 

At the time it was widely reported that both women actively worked for “The Church's Ministry among Jewish People” (CMJ), one of the most virulent and established missionary organizations in Israel.  Wilson was identified as a "messianic Jew" and the main educator and tour leader for CMJ's sub-ministry, Shoresh Tours.

Since the terror attack, Kaye Wilson has been on the speaking circuit for a number of Israeli organizations, and there remain outstanding questions about her faith and agenda…more


Anonymous said...

Doubtful Ms.Wilson has done any teshuvah and is now most probably an infiltrator into these organizations. The giveaway is that she has not in any way shown renounciation of her former life. Jews must be vigilant now more than ever to only associate with Torah-true groups and organizations. The rest cannot be trusted, even if they were once reliable and trustworthy. With Xtian monies providing financial assistance, many groups, individuals and even some 'religious' ones, have been corrupted. We are in a time zone of both physical and spiritual wars all around us.

Batya Medad said...

a, she seems a very dangerous woman.
Ellen, thank you so much for your important work. This issue if vital for the Jewish People.
How can she be getting away with it?

ellen said...

Like we said in the article, there are a lot of unanswered questions and the Jewish community deserves some honest answers from Wilson and the Jewish leadership of those organizations promoting her as a representative and spokesperson for Israel and the Jewish people.

With regards to her being "dangerous", I think we need to at least consider the possibility that
she could be in a process of rethinking and reworking her beliefs, political ideology and affiliations.

That being said,there needs to be a proper vetting process in place when choosing spokespersons on behalf of Israel.Being a victim of terror is not the great equalizer for a nation and a people charged with unique spiritual obligations and responsibilities for Jewish continuity.

Batya Medad said...

Ellen, yes, teshuva is complicated.
G-d willing
And terrorists attack all sorts of Jews, too.
Shabbat Shalom and thank you