Fifty-six years ago the Jews decided to establish a state. America, which initially supported the idea, sensed the Arab opposition and retracted its support. The entire world stood aside and left the tiny Jewish country to its fate. They all waited to see how seven Arab armies would continue from the point where Rommel was halted in El Alamein, and add to the six million Jews murdered in Europe another six hundred thousand Jews in Israel. An embargo was imposed on the sale of arms to the new Jewish State, which attempted to defend itself. Weapons purchased by Jews in the US (from Second World War surplus stocks) were confiscated in the port of New Jersey before they could be sent to Israel. There had never before been such a desperate, dangerous and hopeless attempt to establish a state. Only a few of the 600 Jews taken prisoner by the Arabs in the War of Independence remained alive. The Arabs made no effort to hide their intentions regarding the fate of the Jews during that war (or during the wars that followed it). The Jews were sentenced to death with terrible cruelty. The leader of the Arabs in Israel, Haj Amin El-Husseini (the same family as the late Faisal Husseini) received training in German concentration camps for the construction of gas chambers. An area had already been allocated for the death camps to be constructed in Israel, in a special place in the Dotan Valley, not far from a town called Karnei Shomron. Against all the odds, the State of Israel arose and became a well-established and strong country in the region. Over the last ten years, the entire world, led by Israel itself, has been attempting to establish another state between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean, an Arab state for the same Husseinis. However, in contrast to the case of the Jews, this time, the entire world is enthusiastically supporting the idea. Not merely supporting, but raising funds for the Arabs and supplying weapons. Even the American CIA is secretly training the terrorists in special camps. They are given well-equipped military bases, international recognition, support from the media, and ports and airports are being built for them. Never before has an ethnic group of any kind received a country on such a red carpet. But, amazingly, the Arab state in Israel is not being established. It seems that reality in Israel has its own rules: It is directly linked to the wishes of the Creator. Whatever matches His wishes is realistic, even if the entire world is recruited in order to do the opposite. This is of course true at all times, but in our time, in Israel, the Holy Land, it is felt immediately. Again and again, the apparently "realistic" people are banging their heads against the wall. They think that their brand of logic matches reality. For them, the country is only a piece of real estate (as Yitzchak Rabin said about the Golan Heights), a bargaining counter for negotiations. Those who do not take the Creator's wishes into account are denying reality, and the price of that denial by Israel's leaders is unbearable. We know that there is always hope for Israel. We know that the Father in Heaven has not returned the Jews to His country for the third time in order to destroy the renewed Jewish presence in the land of the Patriarchs. The latest version of the Return to Israel is not a macabre joke of the Creator. So why does Israel need any organized army reaction? After all, everything will turn out all right anyway. It is possible to regard belief as something divorced from reality. Such a religious attitude characterized the Jewish people through the Exile until the appearance of Zionism, and it still characterizes important sections of it. This disconnected attitude is not a real Jewish one, and it led entire Jewish communities to destruction during the period of the Holocaust. Those Jews who believed that the Jewish people would return to their country in a miraculous way were right, but what a terrible price was paid for belief divorced from reality. Authentic Jewish belief is not divorced from reality. On the contrary, it defines reality and obligates every moral human to act in order to realize it. Reality is the wishes of the Creator in His world. The reality is that there is G-d, that there is a nation indicating Him by its very existence, and that there is a country chosen by G-d for His nation only, and that only in it, and from it, the chosen of the Creator can carry out their universal mission. This is the reality, and human kind's task is to expose it and realize it.