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‘The blinkers have been removed’: American voters are changing their minds on Netanyahu and Israel

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Obama gave Israel another $50 Billion over the next ten years.. Is that what you call "hate"?

J Street: The Political Home for Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace ...
J Street was created to serve as the political home and voice for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans. The views of the majority of American Jews were previously underrepresented and ignored in our politics. We’re changing that, and in the process transforming our national conversation about what it …
You are going to tell me that Obama was a good ally to Israel? Are you fucking delusional? Also, the only reason Obama gave them that money was so they would fight against muslim extremists and Iran. He wasnt doing them a favor, he was making them do his dirty work, for a mere $50 billion.

Nonsense.
Israel did not have to fight anyone, since no one was attacking Israel.
The problem was Israel had to pretend they were being attacked, like in 1967, so the could then steal Jerusalem, the West Bank, Golan Heights, and Sinai.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Obama gave Israel another $50 Billion over the next ten years.. Is that what you call "hate"?

J Street: The Political Home for Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace ...
J Street was created to serve as the political home and voice for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans. The views of the majority of American Jews were previously underrepresented and ignored in our politics. We’re changing that, and in the process transforming our national conversation about what it …
You are going to tell me that Obama was a good ally to Israel? Are you fucking delusional? Also, the only reason Obama gave them that money was so they would fight against muslim extremists and Iran. He wasnt doing them a favor, he was making them do his dirty work, for a mere $50 billion.

Obama was pro peace and pro Israel. He and Bibi fell out because Bibi continues building Jewish only housing in the West Bank and evicting Muslims from the old Muslim Quarter in East Jerusalem.
You are ignoring history. Obama and Israel were famous for not getting along. The leader of Israel hates him. What fucking world do you live in? :laugh:

The leaders of Israel are not even Jewish, like Netanyahu.
He admits he is not Jewish.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Obama gave Israel another $50 Billion over the next ten years.. Is that what you call "hate"?

J Street: The Political Home for Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace ...
J Street was created to serve as the political home and voice for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans. The views of the majority of American Jews were previously underrepresented and ignored in our politics. We’re changing that, and in the process transforming our national conversation about what it …
You are going to tell me that Obama was a good ally to Israel? Are you fucking delusional? Also, the only reason Obama gave them that money was so they would fight against muslim extremists and Iran. He wasnt doing them a favor, he was making them do his dirty work, for a mere $50 billion.

Obama was pro peace and pro Israel. He and Bibi fell out because Bibi continues building Jewish only housing in the West Bank and evicting Muslims from the old Muslim Quarter in East Jerusalem.
You are ignoring history. Obama and Israel were famous for not getting along. The leader of Israel hates him. What fucking world do you live in? :laugh:

I already told you EXACTLY why they fell out.
You said some retard shit that has no bearing on reality.

Anyone pushing the borders of Israel beyond the 1948 UN partition is a criminal.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Obama gave Israel another $50 Billion over the next ten years.. Is that what you call "hate"?

J Street: The Political Home for Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace ...
J Street was created to serve as the political home and voice for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans. The views of the majority of American Jews were previously underrepresented and ignored in our politics. We’re changing that, and in the process transforming our national conversation about what it …
You are going to tell me that Obama was a good ally to Israel? Are you fucking delusional? Also, the only reason Obama gave them that money was so they would fight against muslim extremists and Iran. He wasnt doing them a favor, he was making them do his dirty work, for a mere $50 billion.

Obama was pro peace and pro Israel. He and Bibi fell out because Bibi continues building Jewish only housing in the West Bank and evicting Muslims from the old Muslim Quarter in East Jerusalem.
You are ignoring history. Obama and Israel were famous for not getting along. The leader of Israel hates him. What fucking world do you live in? :laugh:

The leaders of Israel are not even Jewish, like Netanyahu.
He admits he is not Jewish.
You really dont need to share any more of your dumb beliefs.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Obama gave Israel another $50 Billion over the next ten years.. Is that what you call "hate"?

J Street: The Political Home for Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace ...
J Street was created to serve as the political home and voice for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans. The views of the majority of American Jews were previously underrepresented and ignored in our politics. We’re changing that, and in the process transforming our national conversation about what it …
You are going to tell me that Obama was a good ally to Israel? Are you fucking delusional? Also, the only reason Obama gave them that money was so they would fight against muslim extremists and Iran. He wasnt doing them a favor, he was making them do his dirty work, for a mere $50 billion.

Obama was pro peace and pro Israel. He and Bibi fell out because Bibi continues building Jewish only housing in the West Bank and evicting Muslims from the old Muslim Quarter in East Jerusalem.
You are ignoring history. Obama and Israel were famous for not getting along. The leader of Israel hates him. What fucking world do you live in? :laugh:

I already told you EXACTLY why they fell out.
You said some retard shit that has no bearing on reality.

Anyone pushing the borders of Israel beyond the 1948 UN partition is a criminal.
I support it and im not a criminal.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

Good.
That makes it easier to differentiate between Jews and Zionists then.
Zionists are criminals, while Jews do not steal the homes or land of others.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Obama gave Israel another $50 Billion over the next ten years.. Is that what you call "hate"?

J Street: The Political Home for Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace ...
J Street was created to serve as the political home and voice for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans. The views of the majority of American Jews were previously underrepresented and ignored in our politics. We’re changing that, and in the process transforming our national conversation about what it …
You are going to tell me that Obama was a good ally to Israel? Are you fucking delusional? Also, the only reason Obama gave them that money was so they would fight against muslim extremists and Iran. He wasnt doing them a favor, he was making them do his dirty work, for a mere $50 billion.

Obama was pro peace and pro Israel. He and Bibi fell out because Bibi continues building Jewish only housing in the West Bank and evicting Muslims from the old Muslim Quarter in East Jerusalem.
You are ignoring history. Obama and Israel were famous for not getting along. The leader of Israel hates him. What fucking world do you live in? :laugh:

I already told you EXACTLY why they fell out.
You said some retard shit that has no bearing on reality.

Anyone pushing the borders of Israel beyond the 1948 UN partition is a criminal.
I support it and im not a criminal.

Israel is illegally in possession of stolen goods, and is aware of it, so is criminal.
And if you support that, it makes you a criminal as well.
How else do you justify European immigrants taking land and homes from traditional Arab natives in Palestine?
Are you going to start the "Chosen People" and "Promised Land" lies?
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
You mean your fellow jew haters? Who cares? They contribute nothing to the world anyway.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
You mean your fellow jew haters? Who cares? They contribute nothing to the world anyway.

To Jews, Israel is an embarrassment and shame.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
You mean your fellow jew haters? Who cares? They contribute nothing to the world anyway.

To Jews, Israel is an embarrassment and shame.
No its not. Where do you come up with this weird shit? :cuckoo:
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
You mean your fellow jew haters? Who cares? They contribute nothing to the world anyway.

To Jews, Israel is an embarrassment and shame.
No its not. Where do you come up with this weird shit? :cuckoo:

Israel is a hot desert climate where dark skin is a must.
White skinned Ashkenazi obviously do not belong and will never be native there.
In contrast, the Palestinians are the Canaanites, Chaldeans, Akkadians, Philistines, Phoenicians, Amorites, Urites, Nabatians, etc. who have lived there for over 5000 years and never left. They have rights there that illegal immigrant Europeans can not have.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
You mean your fellow jew haters? Who cares? They contribute nothing to the world anyway.

To Jews, Israel is an embarrassment and shame.
No its not. Where do you come up with this weird shit? :cuckoo:

Israel is a hot desert climate where dark skin is a must.
White skinned Ashkenazi obviously do not belong and will never be native there.
In contrast, the Palestinians are the Canaanites, Chaldeans, Akkadians, Philistines, Phoenicians, Amorites, Urites, Nabatians, etc. who have lived there for over 5000 years and never left. They have rights there that illegal immigrant Europeans can not have.
Its too hot for light skin? Tell that to all the white people in Arizona. :laugh:
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Obama gave Israel another $50 Billion over the next ten years.. Is that what you call "hate"?

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You are going to tell me that Obama was a good ally to Israel? Are you fucking delusional? Also, the only reason Obama gave them that money was so they would fight against muslim extremists and Iran. He wasnt doing them a favor, he was making them do his dirty work, for a mere $50 billion.

Obama was pro peace and pro Israel. He and Bibi fell out because Bibi continues building Jewish only housing in the West Bank and evicting Muslims from the old Muslim Quarter in East Jerusalem.
You are ignoring history. Obama and Israel were famous for not getting along. The leader of Israel hates him. What fucking world do you live in? :laugh:

I already told you EXACTLY why they fell out.
you left out lots
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
You mean your fellow jew haters? Who cares? They contribute nothing to the world anyway.

To Jews, Israel is an embarrassment and shame.
No its not. Where do you come up with this weird shit? :cuckoo:

Israel is a hot desert climate where dark skin is a must.
White skinned Ashkenazi obviously do not belong and will never be native there.
In contrast, the Palestinians are the Canaanites, Chaldeans, Akkadians, Philistines, Phoenicians, Amorites, Urites, Nabatians, etc. who have lived there for over 5000 years and never left. They have rights there that illegal immigrant Europeans can not have.

Most of the Saudis in the interior are light olive skinned people.. Along the coasts where they have mixed with East Africa and India they are much darker.
 

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Yet it’s not just in the halls of power that Netanyahu’s embrace of the GOP has been a losing bet. Support for Israel, long a political article of faith in the US Jewish community, has been tempered by a concern for human rights among American Jews, particularly those in the younger generation who did not appreciate the way he treated the Obama administration.

Logan Bayroff, a spokesperson for the liberal pro-Israel group J Street, said Netanyahu’s 2015 speech was a “huge inflection point”. He explained that groups like J Street were able to successfully make the case to US officials that Netanyahu did not actually speak for all Israelis, and that there were “a number of voices in Israel, and in the Israeli security establishment in particular, who thought the [Iran nuclear] deal was good and good for Israel… and that Democrats and Americans don’t have to go along with things just because he said so.”

Mr Bayroff sounds like the voice of reason. These right wing extremists need to be isolated so that saner voices can be heard, However Trump still needs the support of the Christian second coming crowd to get elected. His upcoming convictions may hamper that dread event.
Yes, your parties jew hating has had a lot of success. You have been able to spread a tremendous amount of division.

Real Jews have never supported Israel or Zionism.
Why do you think Jews left the Mideast 2000 years ago for the Diaspora?
Modern Zionists violate every Jewish tradition or principle.
Only jew haters use the word "zionism" now. Literally no one else uses that word.

People all over the world know the difference.
You mean your fellow jew haters? Who cares? They contribute nothing to the world anyway.


Remember that King Solomon gave the King of Tyre 20 towns around Galilee to pay for the building of the Temple.
 

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