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MK Bezalel Smotrich on the need to tell the world about Israel's right to its land. Full text enclosed in addition to subtitles. Recommended for students of history and international law.
"We are transferring power from Washington DC and giving it back to you, the people."
Kerry gave a racist speech pretending to be noble. It was a speech about booting the Jews from Jerusalem, again, as if it were inevitable and right. In short, there was much in the speech to denigrate
UK ambassador to the US Sir Kim Darroch has said he hopes May and Trump will emulate the rapport between Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan.
Kerry’s speech was a few tossed bones to Israel while again stabbing Israel in the back with a proposal that endangers the Jewish state.
Only this past Monday, Reps. Pete Roskam (R-IL) and Juan Vargas (D-CA) introduced a bipartisan bill imposing criminal penalties on US companies complying with the BDS movement,
“When one of its senior managers stands accused of engineering and concealing – for years – a massive diversion of funds to the Hamas terror organization ... this is not the right moment to promote the interests of World Vision."
Three very different speeches at the United Nations
Maybe there is reason for optimism: Today Israel has diplomatic relations with over 160 countries, nearly double the number Israel had when Netanyahu served as Israel’s ambassador some 30 years ago.
Israeli Ambassador to the UN, Danny Danon, said the speech by PA leader Abbas will lead to more violence.
PM Netanyahu invited PA leader Mahmoud Abbas to address the Knesset in Jerusalem, and offered to address the PA parliament in Ramallah.
Throughout her speech on anti-Semitism, whenever Powers described attacks on Jews, she never mentioned that the perpetrators were virtually always Muslims.
A petition to "Stop Quebec Bill 59" says the bill "criminalizes criticism of Islam and anything considered an Islamic practice (Honor killings, honor rape, female genital mutilation, female oppression, and beating of wives and children)."
An obstacle to understanding Devarim is thinking of it as a book. Devarim literally means “[spoken] words” and should therefore be primarily considered in its 'orality'