Israel does not have to justify banning Terror supporting NGOs
The evidence is obvious and was never hard to find. Many so called Palestinian human rights organizations are covers for terror, for Jew hatred, violence promoting and the BDS movement. See the campaign on Instagram from Students Supporting Israel, with data from NGO Monitor—see for yourself, tell our enemies that Israel is welcome to Ban Terrorists!
Bari Weiss, A Most Important Commentator of our Time: We Got Here Because of Cowardice. We Get Out With Courage
This article has appeared in several publications including Commentary Magazine, and is a must read on what Wokeism is, how it is defying truth, destroying careers, endangering lives, and teaching hatred and racism.
Weiss begins by explaining he Woke ideology: “It begins by stipulating that the forces of justice and progress are in a war against backwardness and tyranny. And in a war, the normal rules of the game must be suspended. Indeed, this ideology would argue that those rules are not just obstacles to justice, but tools of oppression. They are the master’s tools. And the master’s tools cannot dismantle the master’s house.”
Tell Amazon and Google the Truth About Israel!
Nearly 400 Amazon and Google employees signed an Oct. 12 open letter in The Guardian slamming a $1.2 billion contract selling cloud services to the Israeli military and government, and demanding that Amazon and Google cancel this contract.
The open letter regarding Project Nimbus refers to Israel’s fictional “systematic discrimination and displacement,” while completely ignoring very real human rights abuses around the world.
This move by Amazon and Google employees - who cowardly signed the letter anonymously - is meant to demonize and delegitimize the State of Israel by using a double standard to judge the sole Jewish state that would be impossible for any nation to live up to.
Please contact Amazon and Google to let them know that denying Israel a contract – Project Nimbus - is unacceptable and potentially illegal.
Email Amazon at email@example.com or call at 1-888-280-4331. You may have to speak with an automated bot first, but it will ultimately direct you to a live person.
To contact Google:
Search any word on Google
Scroll down to the bottom of the results page
Hit 'Send Feedback'
Enter your complaint. Feel free to include links to articles
If you want, you can upload a file (e.g. a screenshot of an article)
Kudos to Simon Wiesenthal Center, US: Letters, Petitions, Calls Do Work
This article is taken from an email sent by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, illustrating about a successful intervention with two major corporations. Take heart, take action.
Target Corporation and Barnes & Noble have removed “Not Guilty At Nuremberg” a book written by notorious Holocaust denier, Carlos Porter, as well as three other books, following a letter of protest to the Chairmen and CEOs of Target as well as Barnes & Noble. The Center also reached out to several other heads of large, online booksellers, including Walmart, over the sales of this book.
“We assume these large online booksellers do not mass-market books promoting terrorism or pedophilia. At a time of surging anti-Semitic hate crimes here in the US, it is beyond the pale that a book would be marketed by someone who insults the memory of 6 million Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide,” said Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Simon Wiesenthal Center Associate Dean and Global Social Action Director.
In response, Target responded to the Center, “We appreciate the time you have taken to share your concerns about this book. It’s never our intention to offend our guests with the merchandise we carry. Please know that we have removed this book from our assortment.”
Barnes and Noble wrote, “As soon as we are made aware of any such offending titles, we take prompt action to remove offending titles in accordance with our policy, as we did with 'Not Guilty at Nuremberg'. We had not been aware of this title’s existence on barnesandnoble.com. Upon receipt of your correspondence, in accordance with our content policy, we immediately removed it from our website. We also alerted Lightning Source, who have assured us that they also have deleted this title from their books for sale.”
The US Dares to Divide Jerusalem? No Way!
CAEF endorses the statement issued by the Zionist Organization of America calling on the US government to cease even considering opening a consulate in part of Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, to serve a distinct ethnic community. Talk about apartheid, segregation, discrimination, different status etc. The US President and his Secretary of State are pushing an agenda that is divisive, retrograde and unconscionable, and most likely illegal.
NO country can open an embassy or consulate within a sovereign state to serve a portion of its population or a people not of its population, without the agreement of that country and what country would ever agree? In particular, reversing course on recognizing a united Jerusalem is like an invitation for more conflict, denying all of history and the law, spitting in the face of one’s ally, instigating racist divides and sending a message that is most unpalatable.
Israel is not a subaltern to the US, though the latter might think so. In fact as former Vice President Pence once said, the US needs Israel as much or more now than Israel needs the US, for it is Israel that represents the best of the region, keeps the peace to some degree among otherwise warring tribes, provides a military bulkwark against Islamist forces such as Iran, Qatar, Hezbollah, Hamas and other terror supporting or acting regimes.
ZOA National President Morton A. Klein, issued the following statement on October 26, 2021:
"A U.S. ‘Palestinian Arab’ consulate in Jerusalem is a discriminatory, diplomatic insult and an attack on Israel’s sovereignty. It is an attack on Israel’s rights to the Jewish people’s eternal holiest city, Jerusalem. The United States has no consulate serving another entity or group in any other country with which the U.S. maintains diplomatic relations.
"Such a consulate would also boost dangerous efforts to divide and claim Jerusalem for a Palestinian Arab terror state’s capital.
"Establishing a consulate would also reward the terrorist dictatorship of the Palestinian Authority for continuing to pay Arab terrorists huge rewards to murder Jews and Americans, for inciting hatred and murder against Jews and Christians, and for filing illegitimate, false claims against Israel in international bodies―all in violation of the PA’s signed Oslo agreements. The consulate would appease terrorism.
"The Oslo accords also prohibit the PA from carrying on foreign relations―and establishing this consulate would enable the PA to also violate this agreement."
Read this Statement from Rabbi Aryeh Spero for the Conference of Jewish Affairs.