Anti-Israel bigotry and bias anti-Semitism NGO's


They’ve been indoctrinated with lies in their formative years and now we see the results.

Well, yes: What a difference 33 years make.
How did this change in Arab-Jewish relationship take place? It took me months of roaming the streetsto reveal the presence of people who have worked hard to bring this change into being.
Who are those people?
Sadly, they are the NGO activists who roam this land spreading hatred. They are not the only ones, for there is another culprit: the EU.
To be fair, they’re not the only guilty parties around here. The U.S. Agency for International Development, contrary to many people’s belief, is not made up of righteous people either. But USAID is a small player compared to the Europeans, so let’s stick with Europeans for now.

Why European NGO’s and the Red Cross Are Real Enemies in Israel

Author Discovers That Promised Land Has a German Problem

Cool Guys Don’t Look at Explosions: Tuvia Tenenbom pauses for a photo during recent unrest in Israel.

Cool Guys Don’t Look at Explosions: Tuvia Tenenbom pauses for a photo during recent unrest in Israel.


The Israel I see these days is not the Israel I remember. Gone for example, are the beautiful German volunteers.

No, no, let me be more exact: They are here, the young Germans, but this time around, for the most part at least, they are busy doing things other than feeling guilty. These days, they are very busy teaching Arabs the best ways to fight Jews. Wait. Let me take that back. These German volunteers also feel very guilty for what their grandparents did to the Jews and that’s why, these days, they want to help the Arabs in their fight against Jews.

This may not make much sense to you, but for these Germans, logic doesn’t always play much of a role.

Here’s an example:

I was sitting next to a couple of young German girls at an anti-Israel event held at Al-Quds University in Jerusalem, in which we were told that the state of Israel was created by massacring bands of Jews who came over to this part of the world for no obvious reason and slaughtered thousands of sleeping civilians in the middle of the night. The girls applauded.

“Three years ago,” one of them told me, “I volunteered for Israel and I fell in love with the Jewish people.”

“And that’s why you decided to come again?” I asked.


“Three years ago you fell in love with the Jews and that’s why you are now helping the Palestinians?”

She looked at me in disbelief, very upset: “What are you trying to say?”

Yes, the German volunteers have changed. And the Jews have changed as well.

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