“Today I end my support of Israel”

A Zionist Jew writes:

“…I’ve been a Zionist all of my life. I went to a Zionist school, I was active in Zionist youth groups. I’ve always been a fervent supporter of Israel as a refuge for Jews around the world who seek a place to exercise their traditions and embrace their identity in peace.

I sang the Israeli anthem in the train rails of Aushwitz-Birkenau and I pledged to fight every day of my life to make sure the savage crimes that had taken place there would never happen again. Every year I pledged: Never Again. Remember and Never forget.

Well, I haven’t forgotten. And so to honor that pledge, to honor the memory of my family members who died in those death camps and because “there comes a time when silence is betrayal”, today I finally and publicly end my support for the state of Israel.”

There are probably thousands of Jews like him around the world who feel the same way.  May God guide them and bless them to the truth.


2 Replies to ““Today I end my support of Israel””

  1. Why would this person place a message on an Islamic website? He talks about the killing of innocent people during the 2nd ww, yet is pleased to announce that history is repeating its self, albeit non Jewish this time. One can only assume that the school this person attended didn’t teach much in the realms of philosophic ethics, poor boy, he must feel very confused with the world.

    May God bless him and guide him to the truth.

  2. Sure, he can say that. But I am also assuming that he’s confident the Jews living in Israel will always have a home there and always live under their own law.

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