Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Future American Support for Israel Dropping

As readers of this blog must know by now, I've always been very cynical or doubtful about American support of Israel. The United States State Department has been anti-Israel from the days of Harry S. Truman, when they recommended voting against a Jewish State. And they haven't changed their approach, even though Israel has been threatened and attacked constantly over the past seventy years. The totally fokokt idea that there can be a "Two State Solution" is their ideal, and if it endangers Israel, they don't care.

Of course, American politicians claim to be pro-Israel, and it's not because of the Jewish vote. There's a minuscule amount of Jewish voters in the USA.
  • But a lot of money comes into the campaign accounts from Jews, who don't feel comfortable with an obviously anti-Israel candidate. 
  • Christian Zionist and Bible belt voters are very numerous as Hillary Clinton discovered November, 2016. They have no sympathy for the various ideologies of the extreme Left. 
Ambitious candidates/politicians claim to love Israel while they simultaneously support policies that can only endanger the State of Israel. The radically Leftist, pro-Palestinian J-Street has become the darling of the Democratic Party, academics and the international media. 

This is causing a serious drop in future Jewish support for Israel. Liberal American Jewish youth's estrangement from Israel by Matthew M. Hausman on Arutz 7.

In recent years, fundraisers from Israel have found it much easier to get donations from Christian groups, rather than from Jews. The more secular and/or Leftist Jews give their money to Left wing and non-Jewish causes. Mainstream Israel is not their priority. If they support Israeli funds, it's the New Israel Fund and NGOs that give to Arabs for humanitarian and "Jewish-Arab co-existence."

There are many Jews who do support Israel and Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria, the Jordan Valley and the Golan, but most of them don't have the financial luxury to donate much money. Jewish Life in the United States is very expensive. Synagogue dues, Jewish school tuition and university education for their children have caused many people reduce their donations. Many Jewish families are surprised and shocked to discover that their children coming home from college now sympathize with the Arabs, rather than identify with Jewish Israelis.

I am very pessimistic about future support for Israel in the United States. And the worst thing is that I don't see a solution to the problem. The State of Israel will be more and more isolated. We must get stronger and stop all dependency on foreign countries and organizations. We don't need them if we obey Gd.

Jerusalem, Capital of the State of Israel


Anonymous said...

Problem would be solved... only when ALL Jews outside of Eretz Israel make aliyah and return HOME...

Return... Israel is your true home...
Return and peace will come...

My thinking after reading so much of Aliyah... never understood why those Jews outside of Israel do not want to go home to their Hashem given land.

May Hashem open their eyes... and may they return.. Amen..

Only then will true peace come to all the world...

I am Noahide ... had i been a Jew i would have left alien places aeons ago..


Mr. Cohen said...

“Jewish” Charities Giving Money to Arabs:

Articles about American anti-Semitism:

New York Times Erases Israel from Map:

How to Convict the New York Times
of Unfair Bias Against Israel:

Batya said...

a, Gd willing
Mr. Cohen, gevalt