Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Why Debate "Jewish State" Bill?

This is The State of Israel established in the Jewish Holy Land, the only Land which is holy according to the Jewish religion.

We are connected to this Land in all ways, history, theology, literature and genetics, too.

There have always been Jews living here, even under the worst imaginable conditions. 

We've outlived, survived our most bitter enemies, here and in the Diaspora.

Since our relatively recent return to the Land and the Establishment of the State of Israel, our military victories have been or miraculous Biblical proportions. Our agricultural, economic and technological successes are unsurpassed. And we have the highest birthrate in the developed world.

Not only Jews want to live here. There are citizens and permanent residents of other religions and nationalities. That should not negate the Jewish essence of the State of Israel. We don't have to bend over backwards to make them feel welcome. They are guests and not the raison d'être for the establishment of the State of Israel.

Gd commands us to empty the Land of others when we return and then establish a kingdom, a government that doesn't ape the non-Jewish world. We are still in that process and the Knesset must pass the Jewish State bill.


Netivotgirl said...

Short, concise and SPOT ON as usual dear Batya. Ben Gurion announced the founding of a JEWISH STATE. Why indeed do we need a bill? Ridiculous! Kudos!

Mr. Cohen said...

Ancient Roman historians connected Jews with the Land of Israel:

Why Israel’s 1967 Borders are Undefendable:

Why Muslims Hate Jews:

Forgotten Oppression against Jews:

How intermarriage harms Jewish sovereignty over the Land of Israel:

How Shabbat-desecration harms Jewish sovereignty over Jerusalem:

Evil Logic Explained (why people like the "Two State Solution"):

Batya said...

NG thanks
Mr. Cohen yes

Yakov Butterfield said...

My only concern is not everyone is fluent in Hebrew. At lest the Street signs need to stay in Hebrew and English. We don't want the Americans driving into an Arab village.

Batya said...

Why should English be taken off signs when there are so many tourists in the the country?