Not very sincere or eloquent for someone in her position.
". . . problems at dinner tables and things like that." Yes, what's white phosphorous when compared to flung mashed potatoes?
As for honesty, "The following presents an honest picture of the complex situation: About a year ago, I spoke with an older congregant who recounted his personal experience in watching the birth of the modern state of Israel in 1948 and the miracles of the 6 Day War. Had it not been for Israel, our history might very well have ended at the conclusion of World War II. He spoke of his own daily experiences with anti-Semitism growing up on the South Side of Chicago, where, from the age of 6, he was beaten up every day on his walk to school and kicked in the stomach while being called a dirty Jew."
Honestly, I don't believe much of the personal story or the history lesson painted in that 'honest picture'. So we are supposed to believe that this "older congregant" was beaten up every day, about 1200 times, every day of school from 1st grade to his high school graduation; divine intervention saved Israel in the 'miraculous six day war', (presumably that means US sharing intel); and, of course, that without Israel, American Jews would have perished as well, given that each of their children were being beaten up a few hundred times a year.