Reuven writes, "You can expect that Israel will continue to be demonized and slandered by the mass Media, by world leaders and institutions because of the spiritual powers that deceive and guide them."
Reuven writes, "Whether it be Hamas, the Palestinian Authority, or Hezbollah, they all subscribe to the Muslim tactic of taqiya: deceiving the world to advance the goals of Islam."
Reuven writes, "Far from being a form of colonialism or imperialism, Zionism is the national liberation movement of the Jewish people."
Reuven writes, "Words can be used to inform or to misinform. For example, chants like “Free Palestine”, and “End the illegal occupation” sound very noble, until you realize that there has not been a single Jew living in the Gaza since 2005..."
Reuven writes, "At the end of July the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was slated to vote on a draft resolution that ignores the historic ties of Judaism to the Temple Mount. This resolution would give international sanction to the myth that the entire Temple Mount and Western Wall plaza is sacred to Muslims only.. How did Jerusalem and the Temple Mount attain the status of third holiest site in Islam?"
Reuven writes, "In 1922... there were voices for moderation and cooperation between Arabs and Jews. But there were other, darker voices. Haj Amin al-Husseini was instrumental in inciting Arab discontent and directing it toward violent action, calling for a holy war against the Jews,"
Reuven writes, "Years ago it was clear who was David and who was Goliath. The bedraggled survivors of the Nazi death camps who had made their way to Palestine bravely fought back five Arab armies that invaded the Jewish homeland.."
Reuven writes, "Israel, the only democracy in the Mideast, with freedoms safeguarded for all religions, races, and political views, is accused of apartheid, ethnic cleansing, and genocide."
We are all familiar with the plight of the Arab refugees, most of whom are still living in squalor in crowded camps in Judea/Samaria, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. Despite the fact that they shared a common language, culture, and religion, to this day they are mistreated, and held as second class citizens among their Arab brothers.
Reuven writes, "Most people have been taught that the State of Israel came into being in 1948 because of a vote in the UN General Assembly. Truth is, the Jewish homeland was actually established in 1922 at the San Remo conference."
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