Not satisfied with trying to stop Mel Gibson's 'Passion' movie, the Jewish Anti-Defamation League has declared war on an A&W restaurant for posting Scripture references:
On a recent day, the billboard outside the restaurant read: "Chili cheese fries/onion rings/praise Jesus with thanks giving!/Isaiah 12:2." Inside, there are leaflets advertising the Messianic Jewish Christian religion, a movement commonly known as "Jews for Jesus."...
Patrons enter and exit beneath a plaque with Hebrew characters for the word "HaShem" or God, and the phrases "Psalm 1" and "Thank You."
Some people have complained to A&W headquarters about the religious overtones at the restaurant. The Anti-Defamation League stepped in, saying Messianic Jewish Christians "falsely claim that they are interested in Jewish practices when the real goal is to convert Jews to Christianity."
The ADL asked A&W to make sure the Scripture is no longer posted.
You'd think the Jewish organization might be more sensitive to limiting the freedom of others, but instead they're becoming Scripture nazis themselves by trying to intimidate YUM! foods with their ever ready charges of anti-Semitism and bully a mom & pop restaurant.