To really know Israel, is to love its people and its history…
This is how Europe has become the epicenter of a new political war against Israel. Instead of considering the borders of Israel from Gaza to the Golan like those of the 500 million European citizens, Europe fights the Jewish State in its squares, in its corridors of power as at the United Nations. Only Australia and the US now vote against the anti-Israel resolutions. All the European states now vote in favour (like Belgium) or abstain (like Germany).
Anti-Semitism is the West’s self-destruction
Hating Israel is really Western hate for its own self. An insidious campaign of political correctness and moral relativism has conquered our intellectuals, our media, our academia, our politics and our society.
Hate for Israel is the Western hate for itself.
What makes Israel’s treatment unique today is that every Israeli action is subjected to an unprecedented level of control in slow motion. But Israel’s story and the reasons for what occurs are overthrown by lies. Israel is a victim not only of Islamist terrorism but also of a fallacious and mendacious narrative now widely accepted as an incontrovertible truth.
Jews in Europe are also being abandoned. Toulouse, the Southern French city where Islamists massacred three Jewish children, is home to an anti-Semithic imam who preaches for Israel’s destruction in its mosques and nobody seems to care.
In many parts of the West, certainly in Western Europe, the Judeo-Christian values have been been eroded, manipulated, isolated and evaporated. Cultural betrayal flourishes everywhere. An insidious campaign of political correctness and moral relativism has conquered our intellectuals, our media, our academia, our politics and our society.
Israel has become a colonial, “settler” outpost in a Middle East that by birth and vocation must remain Arab-Islamic. That is why the same Europe that is becoming anti-Israel is not moved by the anti-Christian persecution in Syria, Iraq and Egypt. Christians too must leave the region, as if these Christians remind the West of part of its identity.