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The Golden Age for British Jews – in fact, I believe for Jews in the entire Diaspora – is over. Consider your children’s future. Relocate to Israel, the home for all Jews.
As the days go by, things seem to be escalating, where Jewish children and families don’t feel safe anywhere in the world. We don’t want another Holocaust.
The organizations and individuals that have fearlessly entered the fray during the current war between Israel and Hamas are modern-day Maccabees, and their victories are worthy of being celebrated.
There is a heavy sadness that has fallen over the Israeli people that is shrouded in anger, sadness, fear, and anxiety. That is why the DC rally was so important and uplifting.
If we extrapolate from this “insight” of New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof’s, the holdup man and his victim, when the latter retaliates, are moral equals.
When is an attack not an attack?
The vacuum left by a slow to non-functioning government was filled at top speed by Israeli civilians, taking up arms, identifying casualties, volunteering, and more.
Faced with a devastated, post-Hamas Gaza, Kissinger would have created a new political energy and international alignment.
Where are the world’s religious and political leaders who have been virtually silent?
Thank you, Gov. Schwarzenegger, for hosting the family members of the October 7 victims, fighting for them and once again standing up and confronting the haters and bigots.