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Jews around the world know ‘deep in their hearts they have only one country, Israel’ — Netanyahu

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One sequel of the French terrorist attack that targeted Jews and killed four is the use of the attack by Israel’s Prime Minister to say that Jews around the world need the Jewish state for their security.

Yes, some Jews are genuinely questioning their security in France; the New York Times reported that anxiety here, including the art store owner saying she feels more secure in Tel Aviv than Paris. But hard-core Zionists have appeared at times to revel in the commemoration of the murders as an opportunity to proselytize Jewish insecurity in the west. Natan Sharansky, the head of the Jewish Agency, boldly predicted to the Times that more than 10 percent of France’s 500,000 Jews will emigrate to Israel in coming years.

And here is an excerpt of Netanyahu ‘s speech at the funerals yesterday of French Jews slaughtered in Paris and buried in Jerusalem. He stresses the alleged unity of the Jewish people worldwide– “the entire Jewish nation” — and their dependence on Israel:

And there, in Paris, I witnessed once again the strength of spirit and the warmth of the Jewish community in France, a community that has made a great contribution to France, and is connected with every fiber of its being to the people of Israel, the Torah of Israel and the Land of Israel – the three-ply cord that has never been severed, which has ensured our existence and is the secret of our resurrection.
Therefore, at this time, we should focus on the great spirit that is present here, the spirit of Israel which is saying: you will never, ever defeat us. The secret of our nation’s strength is our internal unity, our faith and the mutual responsibility that binds us together. This is the source of our power, our resilience – the resilience of an ancient people that has overcome every obstacle and adversity, and has risen from the dirt.
Look around here in the mountains of Jerusalem. Today, thankfully, we have a state of our own – a thriving, modern state; a state that shines a bright light, like a moral beacon for the world; a state that takes responsibility for its own fate. And our President was right when he said that Jews have the right to live in many countries, and it is their right to live in perfect safety. But I believe that they know deep in their hearts that they have only one country, the State of Israel, the historic homeland that will accept them with open arms, like beloved children.
Today more than ever, Israel is our true home, and the more numerous we are, and the more united we are in our country, the stronger we are in our one and only state – and that is the hope of the entire Jewish nation.

More on Netanyahu’s appearance in Paris the other day. The Israeli ambassador to Britain has objected strenuously to a Liberal Democrat politician’s expression of anger at Netanyahu’s presence at the head of the freedom march in Paris. First, here are the tweets from David Ward:

And the other:

Now here’s the Israeli ambassador (his letter is below) saying that it is unfortunate that anyone sought to politicize the occasion! The Guardian transcribes:

“At a time when leaders were united in condemnation of extremist atrocities, Mr Ward’s statement is a disgraceful attempt to politicise suffering, delegitimise Israel, and justify acts of terror.

“It also exhibits a callous disregard for the Jews of France, many of whom look to Israel as they are increasingly targeted merely because of their religion.”

I’d note that the ambassador conflates criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism. In the New York Times piece, too, French Jews said that criticism of Israel was on the rise, suggesting that this was the same thing as targeting Jews in France. But at +972, Orly Noy says that French anti-semitism is fostered by Israeli actions (just what Bruce Shipman suggested last summer) and these Jews are being recruited in a structure of Jewish privilege over Muslims. “Why Netanyahu wants French Jews to move to Israel:”

Why move to country whose belligerent actions are partially responsible for the growing lack of security among Jewish communities in Europe and other places?

Here’s that letter from the Israeli diplomat:

Israeli embassy to Britain objects

Israeli embassy to Britain objects

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49 Responses

  1. pabelmont on January 14, 2015, 12:09 pm

    Chicken Little says the sky is falling. Dear, dear, no one believes him.
    Israel causing anti-Israel expressions in France? Certainment non! C’est le antisemitism! And Israel is the safest place in the world for Jews. And I have a bridge to sell you.

    We live in a world where those who warn of real threats, real cause-and-effect, etc., are regarded as liars, as misguided, as chicken Little’s (unreasonably scared of nothing at all). And why? Because the media, who declare who is and who is not a Chicken Little, are in league with those who profit from undercutting news of real threats.

    • amigo on January 14, 2015, 12:41 pm

      Netanyahu should find a career in Human resources—poaching employees from companies he has had business relations with.It would however turn out to be a very short career.The man could care less about French Jews and is only interested in using them as fodder for his criminal aspirations.I bet most French Jews know this.

      If French Jews are so unsafe because France does not do enough to protect them , then he should cut off all relations with France and stop all exports to them.

  2. Mooser on January 14, 2015, 1:22 pm

    “Yes, some Jews are genuinely questioning their security in France; the New York Times reported that anxiety here, including the art store owner saying she feels more secure in Tel Aviv than Paris”

    Wouldn’t surprise me. They know about provenance in Paris.

  3. seafoid on January 14, 2015, 1:42 pm

    Heart disease is dreadful. I didn’t realise so many Jews suffered from it.

    What a dope Milikovsky is.

  4. seafoid on January 14, 2015, 1:45 pm

    “the resilience of an ancient people that has overcome every obstacle and adversity, and has risen from the dirt.”-

    only by adopting hatred and violence and dropping all the happy clappy shit like Jewish ethics and decency and other things that made Jews weak in the eyes of the indoctrinated of the cult.

    • on January 14, 2015, 2:20 pm

      I think it would take a special kind of stupid to leave France — a nation where any speech critical of Israel or Jews is a prosecutable crime while racist cartoons and lies about Islam are protected free speech — and go to Israel

      • Mooser on January 14, 2015, 5:53 pm

        Does Netanyahoo really think they will join him in a chorus of “Don’t French Me In?”

        ‘Let me ride to the wall,
        where Palestine commences,
        And hear hasbara crap
        Until I lose my senses.
        Mixing up my past an all my present tenses,
        Don’t French Me In’.

      • wondering jew on January 14, 2015, 7:04 pm

        Giles- Where do you live? Has your ethnic group been targeted in your home town in the last few years? if not, stfu. if so, please explain.

      • Mooser on January 14, 2015, 8:38 pm

        “Has your ethnic group been targeted in your home town in the last few years?”

        Yonah, try and think this through. Now, didn’t you throw Phil Weiss out of the Jews just a little upthread?
        It’s not easy to listen to all your crap about “my ethnic group” when you throw anybody out of it you don’t like.

        As a matter of fact, Yonah, I’m getting a really creepy feeling about you. Sometimes I think the only Jews you like are dead, or engaged in a criminal activity.

      • seafoid on January 15, 2015, 3:32 am

        Yonah

        I guess Giles’ ethnic group hasn’t been bombing the neighbors with white phosphorous recently. All this “and they always come for the Jews” is nauseating given what happened last summer.

      • Mooser on January 15, 2015, 4:40 pm

        Gosh, Seafoid, doesn’t it seem to you that Yonah could find lots of people to share his views in his own, inclusive, community? You know his “ethnic group”. And yet, he’s looking for love in all the wrong places. I wonder why that is?

        Sure, I go looking for laughs in all the wrong places, but that’s different!

      • wondering jew on January 15, 2015, 8:28 pm

        seafoid- giles said nothing about gaza. he said that because of freedom of speech advantages jews who look to leave france are stupid. your argument, that jews everywhere deserve to be killed because of gaza, (maybe jews everywhere only until the death count of gaza is equalled, which has a long way to go) that is a different argument entirely.

      • Mooser on January 15, 2015, 9:45 pm

        ” your argument, that jews everywhere deserve to be killed because of gaza,”

        Yonah, is there something askew in your cerebellum? Seafoid’s comment is right at the top, easily visible, and he does not say that or anything remotely like it. Would you mind quoting him? Or are you lying again, Yonah?

        (And Yonah, for G-d’s sake, keep watch on your lips! Every bit of incivility from you brings Prof. Saliata one step closer to re-instatement! How would you like it if he thanked you at the ceremony, for getting him his job back?

  5. eljay on January 14, 2015, 2:08 pm

    >> And here is an excerpt of Netanyahu ‘s speech at the funerals yesterday of French Jews slaughtered in Paris and buried in Jerusalem. …

    … Today, thankfully, we have a state of our own – a thriving, modern state; a state that shines a bright light, like a moral beacon for the world; a state that takes responsibility for its own fate. …

    A “bright light” born of terrorism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homes and lands. A “moral beacon” which – for over 60 years and with impunity – has stolen, occupied and colonized Palestinian land and oppressed, tortured and killed Palestinians. A state that takes no responsibility for its past and ON-GOING (war) crimes and which refuses to honour its obligations under international law.

    And our President was right when he said that Jews have the right to live in many countries, and it is their right to live in perfect safety.

    Well of course he was right to say that. He’d have to be a complete idiot to suggest otherwise.

    But I believe that they know deep in their hearts that they have only one country, the State of Israel … Today more than ever, Israel is our true home, and the more numerous we are, and the more united we are in our country, the stronger we are in our one and only state – and that is the hope of the entire Jewish nation.

    So…never mind your homelands – the countries you have every right to live in in perfect safety. The only state you should care about is your “homeland” of Israel – a religion-supremacist “Jewish State” established in Palestine and at great expense to the indigenous population (past and present) for you, non-Israeli Jews, and for Jewish Israelis.

    The man, the movement (Zio-supremacism) and its adherents are bereft of any sense of justice, accountability and equality.

    • seafoid on January 14, 2015, 4:47 pm

      Takes responsibility for its own fate by hiding behind 42 US UN vetoes.
      Israel is as independent as a pilot fish.

    • RoHa on January 14, 2015, 6:38 pm

      “The man, the movement (Zio-supremacism) and its adherents are bereft of any sense of justice, accountability and equality. ”

      Seem to be a bit shaky on the ideas of loyalty and responsibility to the society that supports them, as well.

  6. OyVey00 on January 14, 2015, 2:20 pm

    Jews around the world know ‘deep in their hearts they have only one country, Israel’

    If a goy said that, they’d have him fired from his job and jailed for anti-semitism.

    Ironically, what would Bibi do if the diaspora Jews followed his advice and all moved to Israel? Their “Jewish state” would collapse in a few years since there was noone left to lobby for them anymore in the US and Europe.

    • amigo on January 14, 2015, 4:23 pm

      Worry not, they would still have the Christian Zios to lobby for them.Your problem would arise when those CZ,S are ready to carry out the foretold end times.

    • Pixel on January 15, 2015, 1:56 am

      Goy

      • Mooser on January 15, 2015, 4:43 pm

        What a word! It’s the only epithet which I can be sure will not be applied to me. How can I give it up? What will I have left? I’ll be linguistically unmanned.

  7. Whizdom on January 14, 2015, 3:04 pm

    To which Israel will the Emigrees go? Feiglin’s or Avraham Burg’s?

    This is worth a read:
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4615046,00.html

    “Zionism is over, Israel at critical juncture”
    Avraham Burg, once speaker of the Knesset and deputy president, is voting for the communist Hadash party in the next elections; in 20 years, he says, Israel will be in a confederation with Palestine or a fundamentalist religious republic.”

    “As you see things, where will we be in 20 years?
    “We are now at a critical juncture. In 20 years, the country will be in one of two places – either it will be a fundamentalist religious republic with Moshe Feiglin, or it will recover from the wars of the Jews over religion and state, and between the Jordan and the sea we will see the establishment of an Israel-Palestine confederation with open borders.”

    Towards the end of his political career and in the years to follow, Burg sparked a number of scandals. In September 2003, for example, he argued in an article in The Guardian that “Israel, having ceased to care about the children of the Palestinians, should not be surprised when they come washed in hatred and blow themselves up in the centres of Israeli escapism. They consign themselves to Allah in our places of recreation, because their own lives are torture. They spill their own blood in our restaurants in order to ruin our appetites, because they have children and parents at home who are hungry and humiliated.”

    In 2007, he applied for and received French citizenship, and went on to advise all Israelis to acquire a foreign passport.”

    • seafoid on January 14, 2015, 4:50 pm

      Burg is a truth teller. Extrapolating current trends the future looks grim. If jews really were chosen they might see their nation heading for the buzzsaw. But they are just as grubby and shoddy as everyone else. And as shortsighted.

  8. seafoid on January 14, 2015, 3:32 pm

    “Jews around the world know ‘deep in their hearts they have only one country, Israel ”

    Says the J-hole

    And meanwhile over at the Guardian Hadley Freeman writes that it is anti-Semitic to say “Jews’ loyalty to Israel makes them less loyal to Britain than other Britons”

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jan/14/uk-antisemitism-survey-holocaust-france-jewish-britain

    It’s anti-Semitic to say Zionists are arseholes.

    • RoHa on January 15, 2015, 8:37 pm

      Yes, as a poor Gentile I’m confused.

      On the one hand the King of the Jews tells us that Jews are more loyal to Israel than to the countries of their birth and citizenship.

      On the other hand the anti-Semitism police tell us we are not allowed to say – or even believe – what the King of the Jews just told us.

      So to avoid being an anti-Semite I have to say the King of the Jews is mistaken or a liar. But saying that sound a bit anti-Semitic.

      Could someone sort this out for me, please?

      • American on January 15, 2015, 9:58 pm

        RoHa January 15, 2015, 8:37 pm

        ‘Yes, as a poor Gentile I’m confused.’

        >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

        Simple RoHa.
        The Uber Jews object to being slandered and insulted.

        http://www.wsj.com/articles/alan-m-dershowitz-a-nightmare-of-false-accusation-that-could-happen-to-you-1421280860

        A Nightmare of False Accusation That Could Happen to You

        by Alan Dershowitz

        “I feel like a victim of a drive-by shooting or the object of scribbled graffiti on the wall of a bathroom stall. I may never have the opportunity to prove my innocence, or to have my accusers prove the false charges, in any court of law. But because I am relatively well known—a double-edge sword in these situations—I can at least fight back in the court of public opinion, though at the very high cost—in legal fees, loss of insurance coverage and the possibility of a large monetary judgment against me”

        But they reserve the ‘right’ to slander and insult everyone else.

        http://www.newsweek.com/change-gun-laws-europe-let-jews-carry-arms-says-leading-rabbi-299102?piano_t=1

        Dershowitz: ‘Jimmy Carter Has the Blood of Thousands on His Hands’

        Wednesday, 14 Jan 2015 12:23 PM

        By Melissa Clyne

        President Jimmy Carter is the reason Israel and the Palestinians are still at war and nobody should listen to anything Carter has to say about the Middle East, according to Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, who appeared Wednesday on “America’s Forum” on NewsmaxTV with Anti-Defamation League President Abe Foxman.

        The men weighed in on Carter’s recent suggestion that the International Criminal Court in The Hague should investigate both Israel and Hamas for possible war crimes.

        “[Carter] recommended to Yasser Arafat that Yasser Arafat turn down the deal that … would have resulted in the Palestinian state,” Dershowitz said. “He has blood of thousands of Jews and Palestinians on his hands. He should just stop talking about the Middle East.

        “The idea that the International Criminal Court should create moral equivalence between a democracy — which has the most moral army in the world and has fewer civilian casualties than any other army in history — facing comparable threats to a terrorist regime that includes Hamas, that commits multiple war crimes every time it sends a rocket, is so obnoxious and so hypocritical and so typical of Jimmy Carter that the world understands that he has made himself irrelevant and tossed himself into the trash pan of history.”

        Foxman agreed, saying Carter’s longstanding disdain for Jews is well-known and that he views the world through an Arab-Israeli “fixation.”

        “Jimmy Carter has always had a problem with Jews and it borders on anti-Semitism,” he said. “In the midst of this tragedy, in the midst of this serious debate, to again blame it on Israel. He said that the terrorism and the reason the Jews and this anti-Semitism problem (exist) is because of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

        “It’s sad, because he was the president of the United States and people listen. What we should do is stop listening to him.”

        Continuing to create a moral equivalency between Hamas and Israel, as Carter suggests, only encourages Hamas acts of terror, Dershowitz added, feeding right into their hands.

        “The tragedy is that among some people in the world he’s respected and his word carries some weight and that shouldn’t be the case anymore than Bishop Tutu, both of whom have a big Jewish problem.

        “Jimmy Carter goes back to the time he was running for governor. He has a long, long history of theological anti-Semitism coupled with virulent anti-Israelism. He never met a terrorist he didn’t like. He loved Yasser Arafat and he hated every Israeli leader he ever met.”

  9. amigo on January 14, 2015, 4:20 pm

    All your eggs in one basket.Not a good idea when all those crazies are just waiting out there to kill all Jews.

    Why not leave an adam and eve in each country as a means of recreating the Jewish nation –somewhere, in the event of a Jewish Nakba.

  10. JLewisDickerson on January 14, 2015, 5:05 pm

    QUESTION: “Why move to country whose belligerent actions are partially responsible for the growing lack of security among Jewish communities in Europe and other places?” ~ Orly Noy

    ANSWER: Because, membership has its privileges.* It’s a real lifesaver!**

    * American Express Commercial from 1988 [VIDEO, 1:01] – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQbmJP_4StI

    ** Commercial – American Express w/ Seinfeld – Lost at sea [VIDEO, 1:00] – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfZ37nSuPPY

    • German Lefty on January 15, 2015, 12:07 pm

      “Why move to country whose belligerent actions are partially responsible for the growing lack of security among Jewish communities in Europe and other places?” ~ Orly Noy
      -> I disagree. It’s not the Jewish state’s crimes that make non-Jews angry at European Jews. It’s the European Jews’ support for the Jewish state’s crimes that make non-Jews angry at European Jews. If the CRIF, the Central Council of Jews in Germany and other Jewish organisations distanced themselves from the Jewish state’s crimes instead of supporting them, then European Jews would be just as safe as non-Jews.

      • American on January 15, 2015, 8:51 pm

        @ german lefty

        ” I disagree. It’s not the Jewish state’s crimes that make non-Jews angry at European Jews. It’s the European Jews’ support for the Jewish state’s crimes that make non-Jews angry at European Jews. -”

        Thats true. To see or hear numbers of Jews out defending what Israel did in Gaza, creates a lot of resentment. Otherwise Jews would be just French, Brit, ect. Jews and Israelis Israelis and not the same.

  11. Empiricon on January 14, 2015, 6:32 pm

    Hmm, why was my comment, so similar to OyVey00’s, deleted?

    • Mooser on January 14, 2015, 8:41 pm

      “Hmm, why was my comment, so similar to OyVey00’s, deleted?”

      Maybe you answered your own question?

      • OyVey00 on January 14, 2015, 9:53 pm

        Well, since mine is still there, probably not.

      • Mooser on January 15, 2015, 4:46 pm

        Yes, but his might have been easily understandable, and not full of cowardly evasions.

  12. Kay24 on January 14, 2015, 9:53 pm

    Ah that Bibi, he never lets an opportunity go by to politicize even a tragedy, and make it all about Israel. He never fails in his efforts to justify Israel’s arrogant land expansion to build illegal settlements – he is one reason – making the case for French Jews to move to Israel for their “safety”. Now anyone in their right mind knows it is far safer in France than in Israel, where Israel is constantly making enemies, attacking it’s neighbors, and provoking retaliation. But that does not phase the opportunist. He elbows his way into every possible situation to make Israel look the victim.

  13. German Lefty on January 15, 2015, 5:21 am

    German-language SPIEGEL article about how problematic it is for women to get divorced in Israel:
    http://www.spiegel.de/kultur/kino/get-der-prozess-der-viviane-amsalem-scheidungsdrama-aus-israel-a-1012931.html
    U.K. anti-Semitism report highlights disturbing trend – among British Jews
    http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-news/.premium-1.637071

    The report is based on two surveys . In the first, carried out by the respectable polling company YouGov, a sample of 3,411 British adults were asked to respond to seven statements regarding Jews by stating to what degree they believed or disbelieved the statements. The CAA deems each statement to be anti-Semitic. […]
    While there certainly has to be vigilance against forms of Jew-hatred, the CAA seems to be over-diagnosing the illness. This eagerness to see the anti-Semitism in Britain, which inarguably exists, as much more widespread than it really is, comes across in the second survey in the report, conducted directly by the organization among 2,230 British Jews. The survey was done over social media and though the CAA tried to widen its reach through the email lists of a number of large Jewish organizations, you don’t have to be a statistician to realize how such a sample is far from representative.
    Putting methodology aside, the headline findings that 45 percent of British Jews feel that “Jews may not have a long-term future in Britain” and that they and their families are “threatened by Islamic extremism in Britain” should cause concern. But then, those are subjective feelings: What relation do they have to the actual situation on the ground?
    The last finding in the survey is that 56 percent agree that “the recent rise in anti-Semitism in Britain has some echoes of the 1930s.” If the majority of British Jews and the authors of the CAA report actually believe that, then it’s hard to take anything they say about contemporary anti-Semitism in their home country seriously.

  14. CigarGod on January 15, 2015, 9:44 am

    Well…i see an opportunity to build a bridge.
    Bibi wants us to be more numerous…and the Orthodox dont want to serve in the idf.

    You dont see the connection?

    I see thousands of Jewish missionaries fanning out across the globe…on bicycles…knocking on doors…and sharing the good news.

    It’s a win – win!

  15. Vera Gottlieb on January 15, 2015, 10:29 am

    No doubt…this guy has chutzpah! Only the Jewish pain is worth remembering.

  16. michelle on January 15, 2015, 10:31 am

    .
    bad apples should be at the bottom of the barrel
    not at the top
    .
    i’m not Jewish
    but if i had a choice to live in either
    France or Israel i would learn to speak French
    .
    i would rather live in Gaza than Israel
    (living in Gaza is a hopeless death sentence)
    .
    with it’s unabashed ill treatment of all ‘others’
    Israel is like the dirtiest of the worlds toilets
    .
    G-d Bless
    .

    • amigo on January 15, 2015, 10:51 am

      “with it’s unabashed ill treatment of all ‘others’
      Israel is like the dirtiest of the worlds toilets”michelle.

      Yeah and all we need to do is to find a way to flush it down and start all over again.Too bad it cannot be recycled but it is far too toxic .

      • CigarGod on January 15, 2015, 10:59 am

        These last two comments are why i believe Israel’s behavior…is helping to ensure bad history will repeat itself. Clinically speaking….both comments reflect reich ideology…that undesireables must be eliminated. It is a common human characteristic to think and speak like this…but i think we need to resist the influence of our violent, unthinking reptilian brain. Instead, we must use our modern brain.

      • amigo on January 15, 2015, 11:56 am

        “Clinically speaking….both comments reflect reich ideology…that undesireables must be eliminated. ” CigarGod

        CigarGod, perhaps I should have been more explicit.I am referring to flushing Zionist ideology down the drain, which seeks to eliminate Palestinians.Surely you do not oppose the elimination of that particular reich.
        And surely you are not suggesting support for equality and rights for all is the product of a reptilian brain.

      • michelle on January 15, 2015, 12:50 pm

        .
        @Cigarg**
        ” i think we need to resist the influence of our violent, unthinking reptilian brain. Instead, we must use our modern brain.”
        .
        .
        you may want to take your own advice
        you seem to be ‘seeing’ things that aren’t there
        your effort(s) might be more effective elsewhere
        .
        is that a big beam in ‘your’ eye
        or are you happy to see me
        .
        G-d Bless
        .

      • Mooser on January 15, 2015, 4:57 pm

        Of course, and I don’t think this is too extreme to say, flushing the Zionist ideology down the toilet, or indeed, wiping it from the pages of history, is just the start of the things Zionism will need to do, if they wish to maintain a home for Jews in Palestine.
        You know, I think the Jews could do those things. The Jewish religion may indeed be very capable of doing those things. But the Zionists? I doubt it. I think they have much more to lose from the establishment of a democratic, inclusive state in Palestine than they do from the tragic, cataclysmic dissolution of the Zionist project. The first alternative would irrevocably consign them to the dustbin of history’s failed ideologies and colonial projects. The latter could be another Holocaust.

    • eljay on January 15, 2015, 11:02 am

      >> michelle: with it’s unabashed ill treatment of all ‘others’ Israel is like the dirtiest of the worlds toilets

      I’m always amused by the fact that Zio-supremacists brag that Israel is as good as or better than any other nation in the world (“moral beacon”, “light unto the nations”, “Western-style democracy”), but defend it by comparing it to the worst nations in the world (it’s not as bad as Saudi Arabia, Mali and African “hell-holes”).

      It’s like some guy proclaiming he’s the most law-abiding citizen you’ll ever meet, but when you mention his rap sheet for domestic assault, theft and possession of child pornography, he gets all cocky and retorts, “Yeah, well, at least I’m not a rapist or a murderer!”

  17. amigo on January 15, 2015, 10:58 am

    The latest from those who claim they support a Palestinian State living side by side in blah , blah ,blah .

    “Israel’s minister of housing Uri Ariel wants new Jewish immigrants from France, who are expected to arrive in Israel in record numbers this year, to live in West Bank settlements.

    Mr Ariel, a member of the far-right Jewish Home party, sent a letter to the Yesha Council, the umbrella organisation for West Bank settler communities, instructing them to prepare for the expected influx.

    “French Jews immigrating to Israel undoubtedly sympathise with the Zionist settlement enterprise in Judea and Samaria [the biblical term for the West Bank]. Surely, they would want to settle in one of Judea and Samaria’s communities.”

    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/middle-east/israeli-minister-wants-west-bank-settlement-for-french-jews-1.2066055

  18. Whizdom on January 15, 2015, 5:09 pm

    Hey, if there any fellow Zionists here, it is voting time for the World Zionist Organization. You can sign up http://www.azm.org/2015elections.php , check the Je Suis Juif box, state your agreement with the 1968 Statement of Principles, pay 10 bucks, (for you youngsters, $5 if you are under 30)and you can vote for the 140 odd US delegates(out of 500 world wide)

    JJ Goldberg has helpfully given a run down of the parties here:

    http://blogs.forward.com/jj-goldberg/212789/zionist-polls-open-whos-running-how-to-vote/?

    Voting site here:
    http://www.azm.org/2015elections.php

    Make your voice heard! and remember to post a picture.

  19. Doubtom on January 16, 2015, 1:23 am

    Yes, Israel is the only safe place for Jews throughout the world,,,, even if we have to steal every last bit of Palestine to create it.

    • michelle on January 16, 2015, 11:04 am

      .
      such thieves don’t have borders
      does anyone really believe that Israel will stop
      ‘when’ all of Palestine is ‘cleared’
      they won’t stop
      .
      G-d Bless

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