What U.S. Jews need to understand about Israel and Israelis – and don't

October 11, 2018 14:24
2 minute read.
The American delegation participates in the Jerusalem March on September 27

The American delegation participates in the Jerusalem March on September 27. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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1. Our national identity is Jewish (and democratic); yours is American, which, for liberal Progressives means the Democratic Party. This explains why the overwhelming number of non-Orthodox and secular (non-affiliated) Jews in America voted for Barack Obama despite his hostility to Israel and his pro-Muslim bias, voted for Hillary Clinton, and may continue to support the Democratic Party despite its turn against Israel. Bipartisan support for Israel should be at the top of America’s agenda.


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