The anti-Israel movement has become the front line for Jew-hate (Simon Plosker, “Anti-Semitism and Terror Flags on Display at London Anti-Israel Demo”, HonestReporting, September 10, 2015). The anti-Israel movement makes Jew-hate politically correct.
That’s why it’s okay to demonize Israel (Rachel Avraham, “Goal of the BDS Movement: Delegitimize Israel”, UnitedwithIsrael, July 10, 2013). It’s okay to call for the destruction of Israel (Ari Yashar, “Iran's 'Death to Israel Day' Coincides with Nuke Deal Deadline”, Arutz Sheva, July 8, 2015). It’s okay to call for the killing of Jews (“Austrian Prosecutor: Call to Kill Jews is Legitimate Form of Protesting Against Israel”, TheTower, February 12, 2015).
According to the anti-Israel industry, anti-Semitism isn’t Jew-hate. It’s simply a way to question Israel’s existence.
Iran wants to annihilate the world’s only Jewish state (Stuart Winer and Marissa Newman, “Iran supreme leader touts 9-point plan to destroy Israel”, Times of Israel, November 10, 2014). Hamas wants to destroy the world’s only Jewish state (“The Covenant of the Hamas—Main points”, fas.org/irp/world/para/docs, no date). The Islamic Mufti of Jerusalem wants to kill Jews (Daniel Siryoti and Shlomo Cesana, “Israel to probe Jerusalem mufti's call to kill Jews”, Israel Hayom, January 22, 2012).
Many NGO’s (non-government organizations) work for the anti-Israel movement. They’re funded by nations, international unions, church groups and human rights organizations. They aim to defame Israel and to destroy the world’s only Jewish state (Denis MacEoin, “The NGO Campaign to Destroy Israel”, gatestone institute, July 17, 2015).
Join them. They’re not anti-Semitic. Jewish Israel is diabolical. It saves lives. What could be more diabolical than that?
Whenever a major disaster hits a nation, Israel doesn’t just send paramedic rescue teams or cash. It sends unique state-of-the art field hospitals, along with innovative therapy, medical devices and technology to help serve the injured in out-of-the way, often hard-to-reach places (Maya Yarowsky, “How Israeli Life-Saving Tech Is Leading Rescue Efforts In Nepal”, nocamels, April 30, 2015). Israel brings to these devastated locations breakthrough medical technologies including, for example, something called, ‘powered plasma’, an Israeli invention that allows for infinite supplies of blood that don’t need to be refrigerated (ibid)—a blessing in places where electricity has been cut.
But these unique, high-tech hospitals aren’t the only Jewish life-saving medical miracles from Israel. Israel’s a major medical innovator. It's got more than 1,000 companies doing Research and Development for healthcare and life science products (Abigale Klein Leichman, “The top 12 most amazing Israeli medical advances”, israel21c, October 15, 2013).
Here’s a short list of some of those medical miracles:
-specialized robotics to help paraplegics stand, walk, climb stairs--and participate in a 26-mile marathon;
-the world’s first ‘pillcam’, a camera the size and shape of a pill, swallowed as part of an endoscopic exam;
-specialized drugs to prevent deadly infections in patients with compromised immune systems (“Once Again, Israeli Discoveries Promise Medical Breakthrough”, unitedwithisrael, January 12, 2015), and to treat Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Type 1 Gaucher's disease and a variety of cancers;
-a breakthrough discovery that would allow early detection, and possibly prevention, of colon and uterine cancers (ibid);
-a system to correct severe curvature of the spine (scoliosis) that minimizes risks, scar size, complications, recovery time and cost (Leichman, above, ibid);
-stem-cell therapy products to treat blood cancers, solid tumors, non-malignant blood diseases such as sickle-cell anemia, autoimmune diseases and genetic metabolic diseases (ibid);
-a technique to remove benign breast lumps in a 10-minute ultrasound-guided procedure that penetrates the tumor and engulfs it with ice (ibid)—a treatment that can be done in a doctor’s office;
-a unique, FDA-approved single-use needle for painless delivery of vaccines into the skin using semiconductor technology (ibid);
-a blood-flow diverter to redirect blood flow from a brain aneurysm (a bulge in a weak artery wall), so that a stable clot can form, thereby reducing the danger that a potentially fatal aneurysm could rupture (ibid);
According to at least one estimate, perhaps as much as half the world’s population has had its lifespan extended in one way or another by a variety of Israeli innovations (Michael Ordman, “If it wasn’t for Israel you might not be alive”, Jerusalem Post, January 5, 2012). These innovations include new cancer treatments, new medical advances, humanitarian aid (that high-tech field hospital, above, for example), agricultural innovations and water technologies (ibid).
It horrifies the anti-Israel movement to consider how many lives Israel saves. They hate the Jewish Israel. They say the world will be far better off with (G-d forbid) no Israel.
Join them. Forget Israel’s sense of humanity. Forget Israel’s life-saving medical miracles.
Throw away you cell phones, computers, video cams, heart medicine, GPS apps, cancer meds, diabetes treatments, etc.
Demand that Israel be erased! Join the call to kill Jews!
You’ll create a New World. After a while, you’ll call it, ‘The New Dark Ages’.
It’ll bring you exactly what you’ve ask for.