DOES CHINA SUPPORT HAMAS? You Might Be Surprised by the Answer.

A large cache of advanced weapons systems from China was just discovered in Gaza, according to the IDF. Israeli intelligence reported finding assault rifles, telescopic sights, listening devices, tactical military radios, grenade launchers, and other advanced communication equipment.

The Chinese Communist Party has made no secret about objections to Israel defending themselves and their desire to see the establishment of an independent Palestinian state; something that Israel has tried over and over again with zero success, but the discovery of Chinese-made weapons in Gaza takes things to a new level.

“This is top-grade weaponry and communications technology, stuff that Hamas didn’t have before, with very sophisticated explosives which have never been found before and especially on such a large scale,” an Israeli intelligence source told The Telegraph. “China has changed its attitude to Israel dramatically, and it’s gone totally toward a position of antisemitism now.”

China has denied providing weapons to Hamas, but there is serious doubt among experts that weapons in the amounts that were found could ever make it from China to Gaza without China’s help.

Though the Chinese government has tried to portray itself as an impartial party with a strong desire to broker peace between Israel and the Arabs, a close examination of the CCP’s actions and activities paint a much different story. In the weeks directly following Hamas’ attacks on Israel, China has attacked Israel, supported the Palestinians and even hosted Islamic nations with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, stating “China is a good friend and brother of Arab and Islamic countries.”

So, is China anti-semitic?

No. Not exactly.

The number of Christians are growing in China every day and they are changing the political landscape of the nation. It is arguable that the number of Christians in China currently outnumber the registered members of the Communist Party of China and the overwhelming majority of Christians in China support Israel.

At a closed door meeting among Chinese Christian leaders in Cambodia, the leadership made it clear, “We stand with Israel.”

“We have been to Israel,” Pastor Jacob said, not his real name. “We have seen the freedoms that Israel gives their people. Muslim nations could learn from them.”

The viewpoint of the underground Christians in China has not been lost on the Jewish government of Israel. Almost 15 years ago, BTJ was invited to share at a closed-door meeting with law-makers at the Knesset. Brother Yun, one of the most well known Chinese evangelists in the world today, preached the message of Back to Jerusalem and shared how God gave the Chinese a vision to take the Good News of the Messiah through all of the Muslim nations between China and Jerusalem.

This caused a state of rejoicing in the Knesset, not because the Jewish lawmakers were excited about the prostelizatizn of Muslims, but because of what the prospect of a Christianized Middle East could do for the security of Israel in the future.

Though the Chinese government is seen secretly supplying weapons to Gaza, the underground church in China stands on the side of Israel and according to Pastor Jacob, “prays for the peace of Jerusalem every day.”


Dr. Eugene Bach is a known trouble-maker with an active imagination and sinful past. He has a PhD, but is not a real doctor, so please do not call for him during a medical emergency on an airplane when someone is having a heart attack. Eugene started working for Back to Jerusalem in the year 2000 after a backroom deal involving Chinese spies, the NRA, Swiss bankers, and a small group of Apostolic Christians that only baptize in Jesus’ name. He spends most of his time in closed countries attempting to topple governments by proclaiming the name of Jesus and not taking showers. From time-to-time he pretends to be a writer. He is not good at it, but everyone around him tries to humor him.

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