reported by BNP via the Exodus Examiner
The Federation of Canaanite Nations (FCN) says it may resort to more persuasive measures to bring the Hebrew nation into sync with the rest of the region, an FCN spokesperson announced Saturday. “There are many economic and environmental balances at stake here.” stated the representative of the Jericho based organization. “What the Hebrews do affects all of us.” So far, the Hebrews have declined to enter into any negotiations.
Issues of importance include the standardized international business week and contributions to the Molech fund. Merchants and consumers alike rely on the “every day is a business day” law to keep commerce flowing smoothly. All Canaanite businesses are required to maintain certain designated operating hours, whether profitable or not. There have already been complaints that the Hebrews unfairly get a day of rest. No trading has gone on with the Hebrews, but authorities want everything in place ahead of time.
The Molech Agreement was ratified by all FCN member nations in its opening charter. It includes common commitment to important religious and cultural traditions. These traditions are foundational to Canaanite heritage. Each FCN member nation is responsible to see that its citizens contribute to the fund in a timely manner to keep Molech from wiping out communities.
The lack of response from Hebrew leaders is causing increasing concern. Rumors are leaking out that the Hebrews consider most FCN regulations to be contrary to their basic beliefs. FCN forces are said to be preparing for the likely conflict, but any action will probably be short and decisive since the Hebrews have no military training.
(for further information see Exodus 33, 34, 35, and 40)