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Monday, February 13, 2017

J Street "anti-Semites" Fervently Campaign Against Trump's Pick For Ambassador To Israel

The anti-Semitic, anti-Israel,liberal Jewish group J Street is pushing a campaign against David Friedman, US President Donald Trump’s pick to serve as ambassador to Israel. Ahead of Friedman’s confirmation hearing in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this Thursday, J Street is scrambling to transmit its plea far and wide: “Stop Friedman.”

The self-hating Jewish group is calling on supporters and non-supporters alike to appeal to senators to oppose Friedman’s confirmation, charging that his appointment should alarm all Americans, including those who tend to disagree with J Street.
“David Friedman is a friend of the settlement movement who backs unlimited settlement expansion, has accused [former] president [Barack] Obama of being an anti-semite and says that liberal Zionists are ‘worse than kapos,’” the advocacy group stated. Anti-Jewish J Street supporters were the targets of the latter insult, while members of the Anti-Defamation League were branded by Friedman as “morons.”
“The contempt Mr. Friedman has shown toward liberal American Jews – labeling them worse than Nazi collaborators – makes him a horrible choice to be our representative in Israel,” reads a letter drafted by the anti-Semitic J Street for Friedman opponents to send to their senators.
The letter also accuses Friedman of posing “a threat to longstanding US policies in the Middle East that have been supported by Democratic and Republican presidents alike.” Friedman – who has a long personal history of supporting the settler enterprise – has referred to the two-state solution as a “scam” and “an illusory solution in search of a nonexistent problem.”
Friedman served as one of Trump’s two advisers on Israel throughout his presidential campaign. A bankruptcy lawyer, he has no prior experience in diplomacy or governance, another point highlighted by J Street.
Following Friedman’s nomination in December, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus responded to questions about his politics by asserting that Friedman would not dictate the direction of the administration’s policy on Israel. At the time, Priebus told Fox News that US ambassadors “represent the views of President-elect Trump, and not their own views when they get elected and appointed to these positions.”

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

J Street= yemach shemom vezichrom,
To the self hating Jews of J Street that want translation into English, that means , " may your you name and memory be blotted out forever and ever." Most Jews are ashamed and embarrassed by this vile and disgusting organization which isn't Jewish at all.
Don't waver on Friedman President Trump, don't be fazed by these Jewish drek.

Anonymous said...

Translation in English please for "drek?"

AishKodesh said...

7:47, no matter who they are - they are still Yidden, and they should not be blotted out, C"V.

Abe said...

I have no love for the deplorable zealot settlers.
But these J Street progressives with their espousement of BDS pose a mortal threat to Israel. If you are disenchanted with the settlers, don't protest in a way that severely jeopardizes Israel's economic viability.
I'd join J Street in a different form of protest against the settlers but their current efforts should be rightfully condemned.
Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East. J Street is as deplorable as the settlers are.

Anonymous said...

Abe, with Barak and then Olmert offering 97% of the West Bank, Rabin with Oslo accords, and instead Arafat started intifada, with PA refusing to recognize Israel and Hamas vowing to fight Israel forever, what choice do Israelis have? it's deplorable that you call them deplorable, and deplorable that you compare J St. defecates with settlers.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Translation in English please for "drek?
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Zalmen and Aron Teitel-bum the other Israel hating antisemitic dregs of humanity

Abe said...

Anonymous 7:01 PM,

No quarrel with your facts. They're on your side. But does Arab intransigence give you license to appropriate land that belongs to others?
It's not a good idea to antagonize the other democracies because when you're wrong and push to hard, they will push back harder. Today America has Israel's back. But a Republican might not be president in 4 years.
The next Democrat might not be so sympathetic to Israeli interests.
Sometimes it's better to " shev v'al taseh" than pushing your luck.

Anonymous said...

it doesn't belong to others. if yes, then Tel Aviv doesn't belong to Jews either, this is the old lie regurgitated, bought and paid for, it's sitting there 50 years and the PA doesn't want it or they would have made peace. The PA would rather hurt and destroy their own people than live with the Jews. The longer they refuse to negotiate the more Jews will move in, hatzlocho . They lost 5 wars, we won, now suck it up

Anonymous said...

Go back to Torah Day School and read the first Rashi in Chumash. The land if Eretz Yisroel is ours because G-D gave it to us forever.
GOP or Democrat president is of no consequence. A nation will be awarded if they side with and support Israel and punished if they are against it. It's not Obama or Trump's sympathies that we need, those are nice but irrelevant. Settling of Eretz Yisroel is not "appropriating." It doesn't bother you that the the UN resolution also calls East Jerusalem and Kotel occupied and appropriated, presumably, you agree. In the best interests, Trump should discuss with Zionist Jews and Zionist Evangelicals who in spite of being Gentiles, see the truth and so many other Jews don't/

Abe said...

Anonymous 7:36AM & 0:41AM ,

I read Rashi in Chumash and I don't give a fig what he said a century ago. If he were alive today, he would have referred you to the calamitous Bar Kochba revolt against Rome which resulted in the murder of 500--600 thousand Jews living in Eretz Yisroel.
Your blind snd misdirected emunah could also result in a violent decimation of Eretz Yisroel.
Want to erect new settlements on Arab land. Go right ahead but invoke your Emunah for protection instead of the army.
You won't last much longer than Bar Kochba.

AishKodesh said...

Abe, no! He speaks everlasting words. If he was alive today he would say the same things, likely. Questioning Emunah - even in Talmidei Chachamim - that ruins the world.

And afterall, 'וַיַּֽאֲמִ֨ינוּ֙ בַּֽיהֹוָ֔ה וּבְמשֶׁ֖ה עַבְדּֽוֹ'. Says the Midrash, someone who believes in Moshe (His Servant) believes in Hashem. Please rethink your words.

Dusiznies said...

Abe
I'm really sick and tired of you calling parts of
Israel.... "Arab land" .....what the hell is that?
Even the self hating-Jews on the Israeli Supreme Court ruled only on isolated homes that they belong to arabs....
And why can't Jews live where the hell they want ....yes... even on "Arab Land?"
Why is it only Jews can't live where they want ... and Arabs can live wherever they want? What crazy thinking is that?
And even if it was "Arab Land" ....let them move on and get over it ...
you know what? I've moved 11 times in my life .... I moved on ....
And Mr. Abe ...there is no such thing as "settlements" ...... every inch of Israel belongs to every single Jew ... no Jew has a right to give up an inch of Israel ....be it Arab Land or not ....
and I won't allow anyone to debate this on this blog ...if you want to comment about "settlements" go to the Der Sturmer....
Israel was given to the first "Abe" and even the Quran agrees with that .....
Can't believe that there still Jews out there calling any part of Israel " Arab Lands"
Crazy and getting crazier out there ....

Anonymous said...

as I said, Abe, go back to Hebrew Day school and also learn secular history . Rashi lived 1,000 years ago, knew about Bar Kochba . And we lasted longer than Kochba and outlived every single empire. On the other hand, retake history lessons since you don't know this. Not only did we outlive Bar Kochba's defeat, but Israel is miraculously back in our hands for 7o years, how's that for blind and misdirected emunah? it's crazy to see so many Jews stick up for the Arabs, when not even one Arab supports Israel, Many of us are very ill.

Abe said...

I'll offer you just this response since you refuse an honest debate on your blog. You're the bal habbos so you can run it any way you wish.
In the real world, blind zealotry leads to disaster. If you think you're immune to those historical facts, you're more of a danger to Eretz Yisroel than than you know.?