“When people criticize Zionists they mean Jews, you are talking anti-Semitism.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
Note from the Author-
It’s been a while and thought it was about time I finally wrote down the only valid information you can find on the internet today– regarding the middle eastern conflict. These are arguments formulated from pure statistics, evidence of statistics sources, actual politics compared and contrasted between Israel and its allies, and first-hand witness accounts of the situation. Read with an open mind for the light to shine through or you will forever remain in the darkness.
My original ideas are always presented on the page, my words never cease to reflect a creative approach to any discourse or analysis –yet– are always guaranteed to be backed by evidence beyond the scope of what will probably never know. To keep realistic goals for all individuals from all viewpoints imaginable is to realize they too, YOU too, are so capable of fulfilling their/your own destiny. For Americans, it is our G-d given position and duty to continue fighting to expand manifest destiny, to prevail in this endeavor alone – is to spread freedom, true freedom, across our regions and around the world—and to keep it.
It is, in my humble opinion anyway, to each of us is a unique task set in stone for the ages in the form of a collective duty, which we now share in the West.
And, as a matter of fact—I know this FACT bothers A LOT of the population and has since the dawn of time—But I feel we should recognize our best mates for their accomplishments – as the State of Israel, continues to fight for peace alongside us. Yet, these peoples are still today, free and seemingly silenced in our society and others around the world who live by the jealous, biased media, yes self proclaimed “Jewish” media and all their anti Semitic politicians in congress and all of their terrorist buddies funding their purely evil, dangerously wicked, conniving scheme, known as the BDS movement.
The State of Israel, in the fierce battle for global harmony, must defend themselves from 5 border nations waging war on their innocent civilians each day. It is no wonder that they don’t have time to deal with, you know, the bullies who trash them with fake news all day long. It is mighty easy to degrade, demote, water down, completely vilify a civilization who again, doesn’t have the time nor capacity, with being on the other side of the planet, to defend their character or policies which can be easily researched in their doctrines btw. As a region surrounded by war and tyrants seeking to destroy the flames of liberty and influencing the masses by mandating morning prayers which infamously call for the death of Israel and America — as they recite these chants and force their civilians to comply with their agenda, punishment of course being most severe, (beheading or whatever they’re in the mood for that day), please, just YouTube the very words in the chant, they record this distorted vision of humanity’s natural “pride and joy.’ But I digress— Point here was going to be: These men, women, and children chant these evil and violent verses as a daily ritual– and treat these vicious death wishes with as much respect as we do our national anthem.
© The Karen Chronicles, Karen Ben Moyal,
© The Karen Chronicles, Karen Ben Moyal, [post updated in 2020].
Part I: Introduction
Since its re-establishment in 1948, Israel has had a special relationship with the United States. The alliance is based on shared values and mutual interests. Both nations are democracies with expanding free market economies. Each supports world-class science and view modern technology as the key to their future. Many Israeli students, scientists, and businessmen receive their advanced training in the U.S. (and vice versa), giving them a common culture and language. Cooperation between the two countries at all levels has become routine, and collaborations in biotechnology, strategic cooperation, agriculture, education, and counterterrorism are no exception. Historically, out of all American foreign aid that has been transferred or streamed from the U.S. into other countries worldwide, Israel has always had a unique role in aiding themselves with regards to mutual benefits and outstanding, unprecedented initiatives taken once the reborn State of Israel had stabilized itself. These Israeli initiatives will be described in this analysis to debunk all the false propaganda surrounding a misunderstood situation on all accounts, that of which seeks to destroy the same democratic agenda America currently wishes to pursue. This paper will describe and explain the benefits that both the U.S. and Israel receive from merely being in a balanced relationship with one another, and why Israel has every right to defend itself with the help of its American allies.
Part II: Analysis
To begin proving the first claim made in the thesis, we must go back and forth in time to expand a general understanding of Israeli and U.S. efforts since the day that Israel was reborn in 1948. Contrary to what so many Americans are told and what the U.S. mainstream media has caused so many Americans to believe, (on both sides of the political spectrum), is one or more of the popular myths encompassing the misinterpreted logic that, “American foreign aid being sent to Israel is either uncalled for, not needed, or just flat out unjustified/unbalanced, in comparison to how the rest of U.S. foreign aid is spent.” These false assumptions have no substance, and can be easily disproved when one looks deeper into genuine statistics, policies, and government spending on both the U.S. and Israeli sides. Combined with a clear depiction of how U.S. foreign aid is treated and traded with other nation-states receiving these funds near home or abroad, one will soon realize that Israel has given the U.S. the greatest amount of benefits, more so than much wealthier and more developed countries, than any other nation in U.S. history.
Israel’s Bold Initiative to Reduce U.S. Aid (1996) 
In July of 1996, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to begin reducing American economic aid while becoming more “economically self-sufficient.” Before a joint meeting of Congress, Bibi Netanyahu originally stated that, “there can be no greater tribute to America’s long standing economic aid to Israel than for us to be able to say we are going to achieve economic independence.”  According to recent meetings between Israeli Administration and U.S. Congress, Israel is now prepared to deliver on this commitment, and has come up with an outline to restore and advance a road paved toward economic independence. The major features of this plan can be found at the link provided.  American economic assistance has been essential in this process of enlightening and stabilizing Israel’s economy. Congressional supporters of aid can share in the achievements by which American economic assistance has been fundamental in the process of Israel’s economic prosperity. In stabilizing and educating these advancements towards Israel’s economic independence, its national security requirements are growing. That is why the Israeli proposals described seek not only to eliminate economic aid– but to refocus the remaining aid to meeting its military needs. This will be essential if Israel is to maintain its qualitative military edge (QME), a cornerstone of American foreign policy. For example, Israel has just begun taking delivery of new F-15 aircraft which cost $100 million apiece, much more expensive than aircraft previously purchased from the U.S. Israel needs these advanced jets because of their range and capability of striking far beyond its borders. One can read in further detail about how this Israeli initiative was designed to gain economic independence. While creating a shift in funds of remaining U.S. foreign aid to go towards rising national security concerns and military needs that will in turn boost American interests, a simultaneous lift to ease the security burdens currently being imposed upon Israel’s neighboring counties in the Middle East will occur. As the text states, “Since countries such as Iran, Iraq and Libya are importing and developing their own advanced weaponry, a partial shift of U.S. economic to military aid is critical not only to Israel’s security but to defending American interests in the Middle East as well. As another crisis with Iraq nears, and Iran continues its missile program unabated, a strong Israel remains good for America. This statement is especially truer than ever in the current state of world crisis, this bond must remain unbroken for reasons that will be explained further in the coming paragraphs within this analysis.
Since President Harry Truman, the United States and Israel have had a special relationship, which has evolved over time into a web of academic, military, economic, bureaucratic and personal connections at the local, state and federal levels. Up until the mid-1960s, State Department and Pentagon officials argued that, “Israel did not need American arms because it was strong enough to defend itself (as evidenced by the Suez campaign) and had access to arms elsewhere. Officials also worried that the Arabs would be alienated and provoked to ask the Soviets and Chinese for weapons that would stimulate a Middle East arms race.”  Israel’s overwhelming victory over the combined Arab forces in 1967 caused this view to be overturned. The following year in 1968, the United States sold Israel sophisticated planes, also known as Phantom jets, for the very first time. As a result of Israeli efforts, Washington began shifting its Middle East policy from seeking a balance of forces to ensuring Israel reaped its earned placement as having an official qualitative military edge (QME) over its enemies. Israel later proved its value in 1970 when the United States asked for help in bolstering Hussein’s regime. Israel’s willingness to aid Amman, and movement of troops to the Jordanian border, persuaded Syria to withdraw the tanks it had sent into Jordan to support PLO forces during Black September. In addition, the Soviets knew that all the squadron leaders of the Sixth Fleet landed in Israel to coordinate activities. In addition, by the early 1970s, it had become clear that no Arab state could or would contribute to Western defense in the Middle East. The Baghdad Pact had long ago expired, and the regimes friendly to the United States were weak reeds in the region compared to the anti-Western forces in Egypt, Syria and Iraq. Even after Egypt’s reorientation following the signing of its peace treaty with Israel, the United States did not count on any Arab government for military assistance. The Carter Administration began to implement a form of strategic cooperation (it was not referred to as such) by making Israel eligible to sell military equipment to the United States. The willingness to engage in limited, joint military endeavors was viewed by President Carter as a means of rewarding Israel for “good behavior” in peace talks with Egypt.
Prior to his election, President Reagan had written: “Only by full appreciation of the critical role the State of Israel plays in our strategic calculus can we build the foundation for thwarting Moscow’s designs on territories and resources vital to our security and our national well-being.” Strategic cooperation became a major focus of the U.S.-Israel relationship when Ronald Reagan entered office. Reagan’s view culminated in the November 30, 1981, signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on “strategic cooperation.” “On November 29, 1983, a new agreement was signed creating the Joint Political-Military Group (JPMG) and a group to oversee security assistance, the Joint Security Assistance Planning Group (JSAP). The JPMG was originally designed to discuss means of countering threats posed by increased Soviet involvement in the Middle East. It has placed increasing emphasis, however, on bilateral concerns about the proliferation of chemical weapons and ballistic missiles.”  “The JSAP was formed in response to Israel’s economic crisis in the mid¬1980s. It is a binational group that meets annually in Washington to examine Israel’s current and future military procurement requirements. It also formulates plans for the allocation of U.S. Foreign Military Sales credits in light of current threat assessments and U.S. budgetary capabilities.”  Further, President Reagan signed another MOU in 1988, which encompassed all prior agreements and institutionalized the strategic relationship. The U.S. had prepositioned equipment in Israel by the end of Reagan’s term. Moreover, they began co-development of the Arrow Anti-Tactical Ballistic Missile, regularly held joint training exercises, and were invested in a host of other cooperative military aspirations.
Since then, U.S.-Israel strategic cooperation has continued to grow. Today, these strategic ties are stronger than ever. To cite a few examples from the official statistics recorded in the Jewish Virtual Library: “1) In 2017; the United States and Israel formed a bilateral working group to fight cyber-attacks. 2) Israeli-based Elbit systems and their subsidiaries were awarded a $50 million contract by the U.S. Navy in April 2017, to supply helmet displays and tracker systems for the MH-60S helicopters. 3) Israeli defense firm Elbit Systems and it’s U.S. counterpart Elbit Systems of America LLC announced on February 16, 2016, that they signed an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract to provide and maintain mortar fire control systems for the U.S. Army. The contract, worth $102 million , is to be completed over a 5-year period. 4) The United States announced an investment of $120 million in Israel anti-tunneling technology on February 3, 2016. Later that week IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot spoke at a press conference, where he confirmed that nearly 100 engineering vehicles were currently working at the border to identify and destroy Hamas tunnels. “We are doing a lot, but many of [the things we do] are hidden from the public. We have dozens, if not a hundred, engineering vehicles on the Gaza border,” Eisenkot said. Israeli officials briefed U.S. security personnel on their anti-tunneling activities in early May 2016, and made plans to share their anti-tunnel technology with the United States for use on the US-Mexico border. 5) The Pentagon awarded a $25 million contract for a portable, stair-climbing, bomb-detecting robot to Israeli startup Roboteam in December 2015. These bots are deployed in various situations are are used for foil terrorists, identify and safely dispose of explosive devices, and generally keep ground troops safer. The robots are designed in Israel but manufactured in Bethesda, Maryland. 6) Israel Military Industries and U.S. based Raytheon were awarded with a Pentagon contract to develop and manufacture GPS guided mortar shells in December 2015. This contract was allegedly worth $98 million. 7). Jewish security personnel from four U.S. cities (Cleveland, Memphis, Detroit and Kansas City) joined Israeli police officers in a tour of Israel during November 2015, to examine the safety and security procedures used by Israelis. The Security Directors for Montreal’s Jewish Community, a representative from the New Jersey State Police, and a senior Department of Homeland Security official also participated in the tour. This trip was organized by the Secure Community Network, affiliated with the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). 8). In the wake of the Iran agreement’s implementation, in October 2015 U.S. officials announced that they were planning to increase military aid to Israel by $1 billion, on top of the $3.1 billion in military aid Israel already receives annually from the U.S. Israeli Minister of Defense Moshe Ya’alon held meetings with U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter during late October and early November 2015, during which they further discussed the aid package being offered to Israel. 9). The U.S. approved $40 million in June 2015 for a joint project with the Israeli government aimed at addressing the threat of cross-border attack/smuggling tunnels. 10). U.S. diplomats reported in 2014 that Israel was assisting in the fight against the Islamic State by providing the United States with intelligence information, including lists of Westerners who have joined ISIS. Israel has also provided vital intelligence in the form of drones flying over ISIS territory. This information is then used to carry out air strikes and plan coordinated attacks. 11). Because of its strategic location and its unquestionable reliability as an ally, the U.S. has found Israel to be an ideal place for training, maintenance, and prepositioning of material and supplies. 12). More than 300 Department of Defense personnel travel to Israel every month. 13). Joint military exercises are regularly held. Israel has had more extensive naval exercises with the U.S. than any other country in the Middle East and has conducted training exchanges with special American anti¬terrorist forces. 14). Israel’s Haifa port has routinely been declared to be the best and most cost-effective facility of its kind in the region by senior Navy officials. Haifa receives approximately 40 U.S. Navy ships each year, hosting thousands of U.S. sailors and Marines. 15). Israel also makes other facilities available to the U.S. including hospitals, training areas, and bombing ranges in the Negev Desert. And most important, Israel is the only country in the area that the U.S. can truly rely on to provide open and unhindered access to its ports and facilities. 16). A Joint Anti-Terrorism Working Group has been created. 17). A direct hotline was established between the Pentagon and the Israeli Defense Ministry. 18). A study found that Israel can help the United States in 13 of the 21 critical technological areas that the Pentagon has identified as vital to keeping American defenses strong. The U.S. continues to fund the research and development of Israeli weapons systems and military equipment including the Arrow missile, the Tactical High Energy Laser, the Barak ship self-defense missile system, Reactive Armor Tiles, Crash-Attenuating Seats, the Have-Nap missile and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. 19). In early 1997, Israel linked up to the U.S. missile warning satellite system, which will provide Israel with real-time warning if a missile is launched against it.” 
Aside from establishing Israel as a pure and existing ally of the United States, U.S.-Israeli strategic cooperation agreements also institutionalized military to military contacts, sent a message to the Arabs that America was not afraid to risk upsetting them, and shifted at least part of the focus of relations with Israel from Congress to the Executive Branch as well. Following talks with Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon in November 2015, the U.S. Defense Secretary stated, “I hesitate to make invidious comparisons, but if you’re making comparisons to, say, the European legacy arms (industry), the guys who have made the tanks and planes and ships in Europe, they’ve been very slow to come out of the industrial age. The Israelis you will find to be more clever and more innovative.”  Carter referenced the Israeli solution to taking care of dangerous improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and said that there was, “no question that lives were saved as a consequence of their (the Israelis) help.”  At least six changes adopted by the U.S. military were prompted by Israeli combat experiences, these include: “1) decreased use of searchlights; 2) increased use of thermal sights for night fighting; 3) greater use of tanks and armored personnel carriers (APCs) in tandem; 4) improvements in command, control, and communications; 5) use of electronic warfare in reconnaissance units; and 6) enhanced air-to-air missiles and electronic countermeasures. Several of these were used with great success in Operation Desert Storm.” 
States Build Bridges to Israel (Texas) 
The U.S.-Israel relationship is based on the twin pillars of shared values and mutual interests. Given this commonality of interests and beliefs, it should not be surprising that support for Israel is one of the most pronounced and consistent foreign policy values of the American people. It is more difficult to devise programs that capitalize on the two nations’ shared values than their security interests; nevertheless, such programs do exist. In fact, such Shared Value Initiatives cover a broad range of areas, including the environment, science and technology, education and health. Many states have recognized the opportunity for realizing significant benefits by seeking to increase trade with Israel. Texas is one of 33 states that have cooperative agreements with Israel. A milestone in formalizing the relationships between Israelis and Americans at the state and local level was reached in 1984. To promote mutually beneficial projects between the Texas Department of Agriculture and Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture, the Texas-Israel Exchange  was created. Ever since 1984, the District of Columbia and at least thirty-two other states have signed agreements with Israel to increase cooperation in activities of particular interest to individual states. In 2012, Texas exported nearly $1 billion worth of manufacturing goods to Israel. Since 1996, Texas exports to Israel have totaled more than $11.7 billion and Israel now ranks as Texas’s 4th leading trade partner. With New York leading the way with $1.1 billion in exports, financial benefits from bilateral agreements with Israel have become substantial considering that a total of 15 states exported at least $100 million to Israel in 1995, with N.Y. and three others exporting more than $500 million. Further, in 2012, Texas received more than $118 million in foreign military financing (FMF) for US military aid to Israel. Among many other improvements, countries across the globe have agreed upon the strengthening of ties regarding state-to-state concerns and Israel is certainly a place where potential business and trade partners can be found. Within the realms of Israeli and individual state trade, culture, tourism, and research, however, it can also be a source, however, for innovative programs and ideas for addressing problems facing the citizens of Texas. Some of which include the “BSF” science grant and “BARD” agriculture initiative. 
U.S.-Israel Binational Foundations: Binational Science Foundation (BSF)
The United States and Israel’s Binational Science Foundation (BSF) was first established by the American and Israeli governments in 1972 with the intentions of becoming a grant-awarding institution that promotes research cooperation between scientists from the U.S. and Israel. BSF-sponsored studies have been highly successful in achieving their two main goals. The first goal sets out to strengthen the U.S.-Israel partnership through science, and the second goal aims to promote world-class scientific research for the benefit of the 2 countries and all mankind. Since its inception, BSF has awarded over $480 million through more than 4,000 grants in 45 states and the District of Columbia. “The University of Texas SW Medical Center, University of Texas, University of Houston, Texas Tech, Rice, Texas A&M and Baylor Medical School are among the Texas institutions that have shared nearly $7.3 million with counterparts in Israel through grants awarded by BSF since 1996 alone.” Additionally, University of Houston chemist Wayne Rabalais has received several BSF grants since 1996. Rabalais (UH) stated, “I was interested in collaborating with Lifshitz in Israel and he had a good background and wanted to work with us. He spent one and a half years working with us in Texas and comes back about once a year.” Rabalais added, “We met at a meeting and after talking saw that we had a common interest and decided to develop a joint proposal. I have had a very positive experience and think that the collaboration has helped because we have slightly different expertise so we make different contributions. There is no doubt that we’ve accomplished more together than we would have alone.”  In 2010, US Senator Kristen Gillibrand advocated for continued and strengthened U.S. support of the BSF and the two other binational funds between the US and Israel (one in agriculture and one in industrial research and development). Gillibrand affirmed these beliefs in stating to her colleagues, “US-Israel collaboration and the work of foundations such as… BSF, have had a lasting and fundamental impact on our countries’ economics and relationship.” 
Israel and the United States share worldly burdens and challenges as each nation fights to maintain its citizens’ economic independence and protect the human rights of individuals’ through laws implemented to guarantee freedom. Moreover, the United States and Israel share the strongest and most miscalculated bond ever carried on throughout the history of nations. The recognition of these shared values has been a consistent theme in statements by American Presidents ever since Truman. Although, the mutual admiration between Israel and the United States should in no way be considered a recent phenomenon. The profound influence of Jewish tradition on America’s Founding Fathers can be seen in the Constitution of the United States. Such influence should come as no surprise given John Adams’ view expressed in a letter to Thomas Jefferson: “I will insist that the Hebrews have done more to civilize man than any other nation.”  The number of Jews hired by the Trump Administration are just one example of vital proof that the Trump Presidency plans to preserve and defend future strategies, government plans towards strong economic, academic, and strategic ties between the two democratic nations. However, in securing the safety of their citizens and allies abroad, Israeli-U.S. ties must ignore the threat of common miscalculations projected onto the public through propaganda. Instead, Israeli-U.S. functions must gear their efforts towards strengthening the national security. Domestically, they must reduce foreign threat within their own borders. Internationally, each nation must secure an umbrella of safety for neighboring regions, as well as their friends abroad, from opposite sides of the globe. Furthermore, Israel and the United States must take extra steps in achieving national accomplishments through the ongoing foundations of joint agreements and former programs created for success. Thus, the symbiotic relationship between the U.S. and Israel was built on the core values that both Israelis and Americans have long shared. Such shared values were founded on democratic ideals and partnerships— which have led to the mutual success of two of the youngest countries in the world.
Now, it is my turn to ask the opposition, have you been there and seen the claims you are making? Or do you just tend to swallow and regurgitate the BS of others who also do not have a clue what they are talking about ? Do your fake news sources even have to work at all to convince you they know all and see all? Or do you just hate Jews like the rest of Israel’s neighbors and the uninformed anti-sematic brigade?
*FACT: Israeli Jewish and Arab doctors and nurses ensure that terrorists brought to Israeli hospitals receive the same world-class medical care as their victims. We never hear about it of course, because, why would we expect the truth from these clowns anymore? Journalism is dead. Here is one example/instance of how one Israeli “lady” gets treated by the Israeli army in Gaza, to show you what these people get in return for their efforts by YOUR occupation of OUR Gaza Strip that we GAVE UP TO YOU and your brothers for PEACE: A few months ago, an Israeli woman named Maya Stolero heard reports over the radio that someone had been stabbed outside her office at the Israeli police headquarters in Jerusalem, she rushed out to help, a routine response by Israelis with medical training. When she found a 15-year-old Palestinian woman with gunshot wounds lying on the sidewalk. She had been shot after attempting to stab an Israeli border policeman. What made this case significant is that Stolero’s father was the first Israeli killed when the “stabbing and stonings” started 30 days earlier. When her father’s car was pelted with rocks (which apologists/sympathizers suggest are harmless), it caused him to swerve into an electrical pole. Despite her heartache, Stolero did not hesitate to take action to help save the Palestinian teen’s life. Again, this example is just one of many.
* Fact: It took the Arab propaganda machine decades of persistent, aggressive effort to convince many oblivious individuals – including some world leaders – (who are in on the hoax, Obama = leading advocate)– that Jews illegally occupy Arab land, having “stolen it from Palestinians.” THE ONLY PERIOD IN THE LAST 3,000 YEARS WITHOUT A CONTINUED JEWISH PRESENCE IN THE WEST BANK WAS THE 19 YEARS BETWEEN 1948-1967 WHEN THE JORDANIAN GOVERNMENT BANNED JEWS FROM LIVING THERE. The Mideast conflict may be complicated to solve, but is quite easily explained:
- The Jewish people have an unbroken 4,000-year national history in the land of Israel. Any land has the right to defend themselves.
- Never in history has there been an Arab Palestinian State.
- The Palestinian movement was founded to annihilate Israel.
- The war against Israel is bolstered by anti-Semites in the West.
Some Palestinian-English Translations (for the record):
– Hudna: strategic ceasefire engineered to rearm for the next battle, in English it is referred to as a “peace agreement.” In the West, we tend to think of a “ceasefire” leading to peace – a Hudna is designed to lead to war.
– Fatwa: Religiously inspired death warrant on the head of an enemy, all Jews living in Israel have a fatwa issued by Hamas leadership.
– Occupation: Term describing a Jewish presence in any of the Land of Israel, including Israeli cities such as Haifa, Tel Aviv, and Hadera; in Western media it is tailored to refer only to the West Bank and Gaza.
– Jihad: The religious struggle to eradicate the Jews from Israel and establish an Islamic society in their stead.
Common Myths Debunked:
1. On Palestine’s true intentions:
The Palestinian movement (PLO) was founded with the express purpose of destroying Israel. The PLO Covenant – adopted in 1964, long before Israel held any disputed territories – calls “to move forward on the path of jihad until complete and final victory is achieved,” i.e. the annihilation of Israel. This view permeates the Palestinian movement: Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah’s “Party of G-d,” and Hamas (acronym for Islamic Resistance Movement) all share the goal of destroying Israel. Mahmoud Abbas’ political party – “Fatah” – is the name of chapter 48 of the Koran which describes Mohammed signing a “peace treaty” as a way to gain leverage and launch an attack. At the root of Palestinian ideology is this “phased plan” to destroy Israel. Palestinian statesman Faisal Husseini described peace agreements with Israel as a Trojan Horse: “If we agree to declare our state over what is now only 22 percent of Palestine, meaning the West Bank and Gaza – our ultimate goal is [still] the liberation of all historical Palestine from the [Jordan] River to the [Mediterranean] sea, even if this means that the conflict will last for another thousand years or for many generations.” It is cheap to talk about peace, and dangerously emboldens those who lack true commitment to peace. Genuine Arab-Israeli conciliation will require genuine peace partners – not conniving perpetrators planning to liquidate Israel in stages.
2. On the UN:
UN Logic = Singles Israel out as the only country in the ENTIRE world that discriminates against women. This is mind boggling because when you actually USE logic you’ll discover that there is only one place in the middle east that grants their supreme court to women, the ONLY judiciary system in the middle east in which an Arab woman, male, Jew, Hindu, Ethiopian, Hispanic, Asian, LGBTQ person, etc. may have the right to vote and the right to a fair trial. Only ONE tiny state in the ENTIRE region allows the virtues that come with freedom of speech, right to assembly, equality under the law, etc….
==> And that place is the State of Israel. <==
3. On Israel’s Excessive Restraint/Compromises for Peace:
Israel is facing a serious threat — Palestinian gunmen have repeatedly fired at civilians and soldiers from hospitals, mosques and schools, using humans as shields and ambulances to transport weaponry.
b. Though the intifada has heaped violence upon Israel, there have been, on average, less than one person injured per Palestinian riot. Israel is currently training 26 other countries in technology it has created to minimize injury in crowd and riot control situations.
c. During “Black September” in Jordan in 1970, 2,500 Palestinian rioters were killed in 10 days by the Jordanian army. In 1993, UN Peacekeeping troops justified the killing of almost 100 Somalis by noting that, “Everyone on the ground in the vicinity was a combatant because they meant to do us harm.”
d. In April 2002, IDF ground forces went door-to-door to target known terrorists in Jenin, rather than use artillery or carpet bomb the city from above. Israel put its own troops at risk and lost 23 of its own soldiers because of this concern to not injure the innocent among its enemies.
e. Israel signed independent peace treaties with Egypt (1979) and Jordan (1994), each time giving away either land, oil, settlements, or strategic military advantage to achieve a peaceful agreement.
f. Israel gave the Palestinian Authority land, money, weapons, training, and intelligence, all in the hope that the PA would reciprocate with an end to terror and incitement.
g. The very formula “Land for Peace” indicates that Arabs compromise for what they want most — land, while Israel compromises for what it wants most — peace.
h. In 1917, 1937, 1947, 1956, 1979, and 1993 Israeli leaders established a pattern of accepting the handover of land in exchange for peace agreements with its Arab neighbors.
3. On the 4,000-year Jewish connection:
The only independent sovereign nations to ever exist in the Land of Israel were the two ancient Jewish commonwealths, the second of which was destroyed in 70 of the common era.
b. For 4,000 years, Jews have expressed the desire to return to their ancestral homeland: at the Passover Seder, the Yom Kippur service, in daily prayer, in the blessing after meals, under the wedding canopy, on the yearly day of national mourning Tisha B’Av, and by placing Israeli soil in the coffin of their deceased.
c. Even after exile, Jews managed to keep a continual presence of Jewish communities in such cities as Jerusalem, Tzfat, Tiberias, Shechem, and Hebron.
d. Centuries before the inception of Islam, Jews were yearning to return to Israel, and the Koran itself records this in many suras (chapters), such as 17:7, 17:104, and 5:21 that tells the Jews to “enter into the Holy Land which Allah has assigned to you.”
e. Jerusalem has been central to Judaism since biblical times when it was made the eternal spiritual capital of the Jewish people.
f. Jews have been the majority in Jerusalem since 1840, and there has been a continual Jewish presence in Jerusalem since the destruction of the Temple in the year 70 of the common era.
g. Jerusalem is for everyone only when it is in Israeli control.
My advice for you is to go read the laws and implemented policies for each country. Also — you can always get the truth straight from the source — listen to the speeches of both countries political leaders, watch their actions, how each country treats their people as well as their neighbors. Not to mention, those who govern Palestine are leaders of a terrorist organization. If this doesn’t give you some insight, idk what will. Salam to you. ✌️
 U.S. Foreign Aid to Israel: Israel’s Bold Initiative to Reduce U.S. Aid: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/israel-s-bold-initiative-to-reduce-u-s-aid-1996. Jewish Virtual Library: © 1998 – 2017 American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise.
 U.S.-Israel Relations: Strategic & Military Cooperation. http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/u-s-israel-strategic-and-military-cooperation.
 U.S.-Israel Relations: A Special Alliance, Under Section ‘Strategic Cooperation’: Mitchell Bard. http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/u-s-israel-a-special-alliance
 Israeli Participation in Gulf War: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-gulf-war#4
State-to-State Cooperation: Texas and Israel: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/texas-israel-cooperation
 State-to-State Cooperation: Texas and Israel: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/texas-israel-cooperation#partners
 State-to-State Cooperation: Texas and Israel, Scientific Innovation: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/texas-israel-cooperation#partners
State-to-State Cooperation: Texas and Israel, Scientific Innovation: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/texas-israel-cooperation#partners
 U.S.-Israel Binational Foundations: Binational Science Foundation (BSF): http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/us-israel-binational-science-foundation-bsf.
U.S.-Israel Relations: Roots of the U.S.-Israel Relationship: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/roots-of-the-u-s-israel-relationship
Jews in the Trump Administration. http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jews-in-donald-trump-administration
Karen Ben-Moyal, 2017 Aug. 1
Part 2: Added Beginning of 2020
“Blessed are the Peace-Makers”
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Dear All Whom Exist under our,
At this point in our time, I thought it best to clear up a few things, for the mutual benefits that come with open minded cooperation and sincerity.
First of all, let’s get this out of the way: Criticizing Israel is not only anti-Semitic, and saying otherwise is vile and a flat out LIE. But singling out Israel for condemnation and international sanction—out of all proportion to any other party in the Middle East—is anti-Semitic, and not saying so is dishonest.
Second, the intensity of the enemy directed against the Mideast’s only democracy is unexplainable on any rational basis.
OUR NEWS OUTLETS AND GOVERNMENT FUNDED EDUCATION CLASSROOMS have casual, full class discussions, write papers, make money off of these lies, etc.
You see it becoming a problem on both sides of the political spectrum.. becoming more and more dangerous. The Jews have never had a true safe place to go, hence the reestablishment of the State of Israel in 1948. THIS intense hatred is just another important reason the people of Israel NEEDS a safe home, a strong friend and ally, and a land of their own to build and become economically happy and independent in life. Isn’t that what we all want? Israel’s existence ensures that their liberty, which our American counterparts want so badly to strip from other human beings, is NOT misvalued, nor is it kept only for themself but spread and promoted throughout the heavily tyrannical middle east. With another up and coming free democracy on America’s side– both on account of our shared values and shared policy making, our bilateral cooperative efforts have only mutually benefited the two nation states and the rest of the world…and should perhaps be examined a bit closer. As a friend once said, “Israelis and Palestinians have exactly the same free speech rights: they may both condemn the Israeli prime minister and praise the leader of Hamas.”
Yet, over the last 70 years, no nation in the world has contributed more per capita to the general welfare of the people of this planet than Israel. Israel has exported more lifesaving medical technology to the far-flung corners of the earth than any nation of comparable size. It has done more to protect the environment; to promote literature, music, and the arts and sciences; For a tiny nation of a little more than six and a half million citizens (approximately 5.3 million of whom are Jewish and 1.3 million are Muslim and Christian Arabs) living in an area roughly the size of New Jersey, Israel has proportionally more enemies than any nation on earth. No nation has been threatened more often with divestment, boycotts, and other sanctions. No nation has generated more protests against it on college and university campuses. No nation has been targeted for as much editorial abuse from the worldwide media. No nation has been subjected to more frequent threats of annihilation. No nation has had more genocidal incitements directed against its citizens. It is remarkable indeed that a democratic nation born in response to a decision of the United Nations should still not be accepted by the U.N., and so many countries, groups, and individuals. Over the past 71 years, no nation has contributed more per capita to the general welfare of the people of this planet than Israel. Israel has exported more lifesaving medical technology to the far-flung corners of the earth than any nation of comparable size. It has done more to protect the environment; to promote literature, music, and the arts and sciences; and to spread agricultural advances. Its scientists and engineers have secured more patents and its high-tech entrepreneurs more new listings on NASDAQ than any but the largest nations in the world. Its academics have won more international prizes, published more papers, and achieved more technological breakthroughs than any other nation of comparable size. Its students have been accepted at more elite graduate and professional schools than those of other small countries. And Israel has learned and taught others how to fight terrorism within the rule of law. Israel has created a legal system that is the envy of the world, with a Supreme Court that stands at the pinnacle of democratic judiciaries—a court open to all with few, if any, restrictions on its jurris dasfsdiction.
Ever notice how Trump’s CORE OPPOSITION STEMS FROM mostly DEMOCRATS AND THEIR SUPPORTERS who we already know DISGUISE THEIR RACISM as someone else’s fault…? Because they simply, “REFUSE to choose to be colorblind…?”
WE ALWAYS KNEW they were bullies, HOWEVER, THEIR ATTENTION has recently been OBSESSIVELY FOCUSED ON rallying up the younger, less informed and definitely less educated right and left wingers (Self proclaimed) generations of our society to stand against the peace agenda that BIBI NETANYAHU’S RELATIONSHIP WITH Donald TRUMP has given us all– in just a few years of strengthening a very broken alliance. We should probably just start calling out all ANTI Zionist actions and rhetoric we witness, I mean, you’re going to hate us either way right? It’s an eerie feeling watching any coverage of Omar, AyOC-that-Garbage-Disposal, and Ra-SHIDA-nti-semite-musketeer, numero tres — (had to) — as they are normalizing the idea that Jews, Israel, the Holocaust, does not, and did not exist. It is blatantly. becoming more and more acceptable in AMERICA to throw lie after lie, blame ISrael, blame the Jews like we have for centuries, that’s the pattern we, JEWS living in America need to get up and say something about. It is literally your duty to do so, this is the time of your redemption, you’re acting like you have been free for long. BUt in all honestly, it’s only been 71 years after 3000 years of exile and slavery …? How is this possible… How did we get here? I know for certain all of this anti Americanism has been boiling up for a decade now, thanks to Obama, the most arrogantly proud anti semite… so much so had so much respect for Hamas governance he signed nuclear weapons over to the enemies of the Iranian citizens themselves. No it was not shocking he openly hated Americans by this point in his presidency, but his hatred for Jews and Israel always came first, and it showed.
My next point is important for me to go over quickly, specifically because I rarely hear this side of the FACTS, I typically only hear sides of a delusional story, based on quite literally, hot-air.
Part 3: Added End of 2020
Dear Jews and Enemies of Jews, (You know who you are),
Update #3141592 on Incompetent 116th Congress: 17 Congressmen and women voted to keep the Hamas Sponsored jew hating BDS Movement alive and well. In other words, certain AMERICAN elected “officials” do not support Israel’s right to defend itself, nor do they support its right to exist at all as the Zionist nation it was purposefully born into creation to become. For those in the back: * Zionism = the right for those in bondage to seek and gain Salvation in their homeland.* In other-other words, any persons whom have been exiled from their mother countries throughout the ages or are currently Scattered, enslaved, and/or being slaughtered by their current government regimes for practicing a certain religion, have the moral and legal Right to Return as a Zionist to any nation of Zion. *
This should concern all individuals who are living in freedom at the present time. If you are against any and all laws protecting and promoting acts of violence and bigotry, or those which work to RESTRICT freedoms against a certain group of people– you have cause to be alarmed by these slimy bills moving backwards and forwards under The Peoples
noses — fighting with all their spiteful anger to become laws.
If this doesn’t concern you, however, you are deniably anti American. period.
The rise of anti semitism today is right out of 1490’s Spain “Golden Age.” The more powerful this Jew Hatred becomes — the more following it gains. In hopes of one day completing the “Final Solution”, every era for thousands of years, has come up Just short of this death wish-finale. Just as the Spanish Inquisition started out as a seemingly harmless agenda, a blissful lie told by the leaders with the most powerful influence— how insane that this is the narrative — the same agenda still in motion?! As it remains encroaching upon our world, like silent clockwork, it is fighting to make its way into the 21st century — just as it did in the twentieth. #NeverForget.
Further, if you are a decent human being, you should not sit back and help incompetent Congress with their agenda — you are adding to the forcing of history to repeat itself.
This is a call to all my freedom warriors and patriots— to stand up & unite against promoting pure evil & hate around the globe. PEACE is the ultimate goal of the American-Israeli pursuit. Please remember terroristic regimes and dictatorships seek the opposite– only seeking to instill fear into their own people’s and citizens by enacting anti peace initiatives within and abroad, as these guys are out for themselves, the elite looking to pursue only war. History and current events have shown us that their end goals are all the same — alike in attempts to divide & conquer eachother and lands abroad, aka U.S.— as in you & I — and all who share our values and freedoms. Therefore, Israel faces this same battle on anopposing side of our globe.
With this mind, one should remember the words of the courageous: We MUST “Stand for something, or fall for anything.” Another great one, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” (For those who are afraid of “white men,” (LOL), and this unnecessary fear is just another tool to heighten the narrative of an evil agenda constantly being instilled down our throats every day by the disfunctional, ridiculous, self loathing, (and for the high majority of the time), spun by some garbage rhetoric of the MAJOR POLITICAL PARTY SYSTEM, at present, being controlled by BOTH sides of the political elite. However, Democrats deserve to be called out for theit leading roles in their disturbing, envy-fueled, “hunt” — the best term I can think of at the moment, to describe the plans being led by the biggest sore losers of the world, Tlaib, Ocasio, and Omar — make no mistake — ALL of whom seek the literal distinction and support the mass murdering of the Jewish people — with their age old end game — to wipe out the Jew entirely, forever vanish fellow HUMAN BEINGS, from EXISTENCE. These jokes of society, along with their fellow colleagues and OUR own U.S. “representatives”— so. arrogant in their propaganda schemes– spew their own insecurities and jealousies unto the masses. (The People) are then force fed to regurgitate this literal nonsense being constantly handed down and spoon fed by the federal government’s biggest idol worshippers—the most arrogant group of all: Hollywood & the U.S./Israeli Media.
In sum, kudos and huge thanks to those already performing these duties without becoming distracted by clowns on television. Those who also remain unafraid to stand in the face of common adversaries, I salute You.
Those who don’t, you are weak.
If you read this whole rant, thank you. But it has been long overdue. Please take good care and G-d Bless!
This will be a quick PSA to all the anti semites fueling violence & avoiding peace around today’s world— and to their victims– a wake up call from one Conservative American-Israeli Jew:
Since I have yet to see someone really successfully challenge the absurd anti Semites in the elitist circles of Hollywood to the small town southern states to the east coast and beyond. Anti semitism is rising .And it seems no one knows how to address it, or won’t. So I guess that leaves me here writing what I can to as many as I can. My duties as an educated woman in politics and international relations are growing with the times. But my duties As A Jew and As an Israeli American came first. That being said, I do suppose it is therefore an honor to fulfill what I can while I have some down time and the issue is significantly urgent enough for the passion to hit my keyboard. . As always, thank you for your interest in issues that truly matter.
This blog was originally created and intended out of ‘concern”– hence the former title–‘Blog of Concern’— it has come to my attention that an alarming amount of anti semitism is springing up outside of the US as well as inside of the melting pot. Take this article published just last week for example—-
Look how quickly America can forget 9/11. After 70 plus years, the Holocaust remains a ‘fairytale’ in the minds of the evil; or a ‘hoax’ in the minds of the unintelligent and ignorant; or it is simply too far in the past to worry about happening again— in both the minds of the Jew haters aka anti semites as well as the non believers (in G-d)— if nothing else– both Jews and non Jews are needed to wake up at this moment in history. Before it repeats itself’– Jews must stand for their principles and true nature of morals — literally for their own survival. And non Jews must do the same. Our values are no longer united in the US. Although they should still be. Because the right to live and prosper and above all be happy– is a human right. Most leaders of the House are already against this virtue bestowed unto all living creatures by G-d almighty. They are self hating and self interested. Too much power in the hands of those who preach for political rule over the people instead of moral truths handed unto us by our creator– this is the warning one must adhere to. Immediately. Or else it goes as far as it has throughout history. Stop the pattern. Why do we have to continue redeeming our deliverers and then allowing our children to become the next potential slaughter? European principles are scattered into disarray– always have been. Hence America’s founding and existence… and it’s beginning to look like the perfect storm once again. Again we see the blame for all the most horrible disasters and most tragic events of the past and present being blamed on the jews. An example of this was yesterday when a young man told me it was Israelis who committed the 9/11 terror attacks. His reasoning was because the Jews make up a mass part of the media and just so happened to be there at the time of the attacks. This is his excuse for his inner hatred. It runs quite deep for Jews. And it is so obvious when someone says such a bizarre statement and repeats it publicly– and that others agree with him. Especially seeing as how recent this tragedy occured. That is an example of the blatant anti semitism happening daily and being very much accepted by both society and Jews themselves. Are we weak and dumb? No. We are righteous— some too righteous and they are fools. But they do not murder, blow.themselves or anyone else up, Rob banks or the elderly. You don’t find Jews forming terror organizations in their spare time nor calling for the death of any country nor people. On the contrary, the Jews are just so grateful to exist– deep down it is what connects us even if I feel as though I have almost nothing in common with most American Jews. We love America. We love Christians. Believe it or not, I find I get along best with Arabs– because to the Jew at least — Arabs have always been our brothers and lived in peace as neighbors for centuries before conflict between terrorist regimes and Israelite began. An Arab and a Jew have long lived side by side in harmony— most Jews feel the same way. Which is why they so easily allow the bad Arabs and bad people’s to openly despise them. Of course I get frustrated every time I meet a liberal voting jew– which is 98% of the time … But at the very least– and most– we do see eye to eye on one significant concept: We love our allies and cherish them, because we have so few! Most Jews feel this way– right and left; Israeli or not. It is almost instinct — well that’s one way to describe it . The Jews have always typically live quietly unashamed of themselves and let the world go on without them, as they live peacefully apart from the real world. Its like modern Jews see the same “good in all men” because they themselves are good. They don’t know how naive they are. But again, this is not a crime– to be a fool in love with someone who hates you. It happens to the best of us. But its the Jews that always take the most hits. Many deem them straight to hell because they falsely believe they killed Christ, bc of course an anti semite raised them to believe this and it was acceptable and justifiable to hate a Jew bc of his devotion to only G-d and not Christ– yet it isn’t justifiable for a free man to live religiously on his own terms or to not– apparently the freedom of choice is also not applicable to the Jews. Who rarely say much at all– but who are thriving today and this upsets so many— this type.of hatred is hard to understand — which is why it is controversial when it should be simple.
Let’s start off this explanation with some facts you should know before assuming anything about the complex yet simple bonds which keep America and Israel a courageous and unbreakable alliance that quite frankly symbolizes so much more — and truly dives so much deeper… than most modern men and women, especially living outside of Israel, can grasp just yet, or for more sinister and oblivious reasons this piece will probably cover….
Since its re-establishment in 1948, Israel has had a special relationship with the United States. The alliance is based on shared values and mutual interests. Both nations are democracies with expanding free market economies. Each supports world-class science and view modern technology as the key to their future. Many Israeli students, scientists, and businessmen receive their advanced training in the U.S. (and vice versa), giving them a common culture and language. Cooperation between the two countries at all levels has become routine, and collaborations in biotechnology, strategic cooperation, agriculture, education, and counterterrorism are no exception. Historically, out of all American foreign aid that has been transferred or streamed from the U.S. into other countries worldwide, Israel has always had a unique role in aiding themselves or the most part. Current prime minister BiBi knows Israel has the goal of autonomy since its reawakening a little over 70 years back. And.prime minister netanyahu has followed through with this outset–as initiatives have been set in motion to become completely independent and off all foreign aid from the U.S. With this initiative, Israel has become the most self sufficient nation state at such a young age. Not to mention, Israel’s booming economy has allotted for citizens to participate in the free market thereby establishing most of Israel’s imports and export systems with the help of their greatest and most cherished friends– the USA.
Moreover the values shared by the countries are the keys which unlock the doors of freedom for all men and the US and Israel are two pillars which keep the sacred flames of liberty lit for all eternity, protected under the wings of two different forms of democracy, a Republic, and a Parliamentary democracy, as they light up the dark spaces which fill the voids surrounding these nations in the regions and/or seas inhabited outside of their borders. Israel has its duties to awaken the middle east in purifying the terror that consumes the civilizations bordering the State of Israel. America, in the West, and even Texas, have proven that brave strides through strength will manifest a destiny towards hope and light, for themselves in their corner of the world, and with Israel’s cooperative efforts thriving more and more by the day, the two nations of peace will inevitably spread this peace, to manifest for all mankind and posterity, forever and ever.
While they live in a region characterized by autocracies, Israelis. have a commitment to democracy no less passionate than that of Americans. All citizens of Israel, regardless of race, religion, or sex, are. guaranteed equality before the law and full democratic rights. Free-Freedom of speech, assembly, and press are embodied in thr country’s. laws and traditions. Israel’s independent judiciary vigorously upholds. these rights. The political system differs from America’s—Israel’s is a parliamentary democracy—but it is still based on free elections with divergent. parties. And though Israel does not have a formal constitution, it has. adopted “Basic Laws” that establish similar legal guarantees.Americans have long viewed Israelis with admiration, at least. partly because they see much of themselves in their pioneering spirit. and struggle for independence. Like the United States, Israel is a nation of immigrants. Despite the burden of spending nearly 23 percent of its budget on defense, it has had an extraordinary rate of growth for most of its history. It has also succeeded in putting most of the new comers to work. Some immigrants come from relatively undeveloped societies, such as Ethiopia or Yemen, and arrive with virtually no possessions, education, or training and become productive contributors to Israeli society .
Others find it in their nature to compare Jews to any other living thing one wants to– and therefore must ‘extinguish’ the ‘problem’ society loves to hate. Roaches and rats for example– society stomps them poisons them extinguishes them when they have a rodent problem. A literal term for Jews during the Holocaust was rodent. And sadly, this stripping of humanity through “freedom of speech” is becoming more and more common today. But guess what? We have a voice too. I will continue expressing my own rights to freedom of speech– all the hypocrites can continue bsing this argument as their excuse to hate a people’s– thats fine. Unless it is under my watch. I stand and defend the innocent people of the world no matter the harshness of the situation. Simply bc no one else will. And I need to. Because.its right… But I am only one individual. The Jews of the world need to set aside politics and their own self righteousness. Im afraid the Jewish people have always been their own heroes and warriors in battle. With America still on board with Israel — we have a fighting chance. But once America turns to Europe– only G-d can save them from themselves. And when the Israelites do prevail again, they will have to look back at another horrific period in their history. The time they allowed their backwards politics to rule their fate— believing in those who claim to be their friends only because it was ‘politically correct’ to support the media’s friends. The enemy of my enemy is NOT my friend. We should Admit our prejudices if we see our melting pot as being an exclusive.one— or you are purposefully allowing. evil to win. Settle your differences for your Creator if nothing else. If you believe all humanity was born to become loved— stand up for the Father who gave you your humanity. Natural law is universal. That is, our natural born rights to live freely — economically and in high hopes with dreams and have happy and free emotions to openly love and be loved. These laws are given to all of us by nature. Is it in your nature as a human being to exclude a race, a culture, a religion , a civilization ? Is this even your right? If you still believe the Jewish people were created by the God you know and love– only to be slaughtered and suffer throughout the ages– you’re no human being at all. WAKE UP brothers and sisters of America— Jews and all cultures and religions– the future of all of us is truly.in the psalms of our hands. Literally. Now What do you intend to do about it?
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Go troll somewhere else. It’s funny to me how one side — Israel –has all the facts — a military that is obviously protecting its citizens and the innocent civilians that anti Zionists are obviously totally ok with being used and murdered on the side controlled by Hamas which has always been the ONLY occupier of land that has never been theirs– are you joking? Not to mention the space and science and medical breakthroughs Israel has given the world. Israel contributes life. You could change your heart to be less self deprecating before its over but your hate goes so much deeper than many of us can fathom but you can’t fool me or everyone all the time… many israel haters try to fuel and create propaganda to attack them, make up and fund another ridiculous tactic for a slightly less violent but just as effective version of their agenda that has already begun to brainwash vulnerable youth in america today… YYYYYYes, your boycott divestment sanction (BDS) movements are pathetic attempts to spread Your outreach into american policy to begin perverted attempts to implement US law and even go as far to utilize your terrorist supporting members of congress to tell the people that its the Jews controlling America’s government — oh man what a laugh!!!! Not really though. Enough is enough. Your anti semitism is getting old. Oh wait, you’re not anti semitic, just anti-Israel right? Nope. You’re still stuck in anti semitic hell if you believe that Jews should not have immigrated to their homeland after the Holocaust, Zion. You also– most likely — live in your mom’s basement….. or under a rock. I mean, what kind of fairy tale land are these liars and murderer-supporters living in in which they’ve become so distant from reality? Answer is simple. They just hate Jews that much. It is sad really, for these folks are only hurting themselves in the long run. And this is me just trying to give these clowns the benefit of the doubt.. as I do not hate anyone as much or the way these ‘anti freedom for all’ guys loathe me or themselves. And I could not even imagine living in this agony. Long story short— SUCKS to be an anti semite! Promote harmony instead of jew hating nazi nobodies.
To the Moral Men Who Understand what Israel Means for the U.S. and Vice Versa, and live by the notion that all men are truly created equal under their Maker, and choose to treat the most hated and misunderstood group of peoples with integrity and respect…In fact — only in America and in Israel does a free society with a judiciary system protect the rights of Man from birth to live in freedom for all his years on Earth. The loud yet small groups who claim to counter hate, yet cannot stand the fact that Jews and minorities are OK with being themselves and experiencing the beauty in the differences which bridge the gaps between us all curiously infuriates these KKK descendants. However, Here’s to you, the noble steeds of the 21st century; Chivalry– better yet— WE, the Jewish People of US, Israel, the world, salute You.]
….And we sincerely thank you for standing united with Israel and for expressing this special union for the public to understand and thus cherish. Unfortunately, a lot of supporters of the state of Israel will never come out and say it, simply because of the overly hateful wrath of the critics of Israel, AGAIN, also known as anti-semites– even tend to spend all day trolling Israel pages that gather truth instead of fiction news in gathering enough support for Israel– almost immediately blow up the comments section with the most bizarre, racist, anti American/ANTI PEACE statements one should have to witness on their social media pages. I thought that’d be a handy tip next time you watch an Israeli or Pro-Israel announcement anywhere online– beware of the Hamas supporting low lifes in the comments section.
Furthermore, or in light of recent events, I thought I’d mention I am always here to guide or assist you with personal questions on the subject or any subject surrounding Israel and U.S. REAL policies or even debunk the fake news you heard in your last debate with–yes– you guessed it– an ANTI SEMITE. It seems much more important these days, especially since the Halls of Congress loudly and proudly block the thinking that being anti Israel is the same as being anti semitic, or that anti semitism does not and cannot exist because of… “some dumb lie that came out of my pathetic and sorry ***. Since I do get many messages to my email and inboxes on this one topic, especially as of late. PLEASE KNOW: I am always happy to discuss your questions and concerns. Just DM me on Karen Ben-Moyal social media pages, or you can definitely email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, anytime of course.
Honestly, if you stay silent about this particular issue, people will forget where truth starts and lies begin — specifically because of the intense hate people have and have always had for Jews since the dawn of mankind. And from my experiences, not many individuals really know what they’re talking about when it comes to such a controversial and HEAVILY opinionated, distorted reality of a very consistent and important issue. Taking advantage of protruding your hate for Israel unto other is made much easier if the country you are stabbing in the back for your own ego– is on the opposite side of the planet. Makes it easier for the BULLIES to stomp on… Think about it, if you dont stand UP for Israel here in America, who will? Thanks y’all. Appreciate you keeping yourselves informed and standing your ground!
AND OF course: Israel stands with you and cherishes its U.S. allies and closest friendship in the history of the world– waaay more than anyone could ever imagine!
And take goodcare.
All love, KBM 2020