Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Hillel Schenker Says Ben & Jerry’s did the right thing


"Ugly" Schenker

Hillel Schenker,  co-Edits a little known magazine called The Palestine-Israel Journal and lives in Tel-Aviv the city that his buddies the Palestinians, consider "Occupied and a Settlement." There isn't a Palestinian alive today that in his heart thinks that Tel Aviv is not "occupied."

This week the hypocrite wrote a  column in The Times of Israel where he barked that Ben & Jerry did the right thing boycotting Yehudah and Shomron, which Shenker, the self-hating leftist moron, thinks is "not part of Israel." To support this idiotic statement, he adds in a comment that his neighbours agree with him.

Schenker writes that he boycotted Haagen-Dazs ice cream when he "learned that the owners were supporters of the right-wing racist ethno--extremist Rabbi Meir Kahane."

Rabbi Meir Kahana never launched 4,000 rockets at Arab children and never blew up a pizza store, whereas his buddies, danced in the streets and handed out sweets when they learned that the Folger family were murdered in cold blood on a Friday night. 

Shenker, the old ugly geezer, writes:

"Boycotting the settlements and settlement products is not boycotting Israel, it is reaffirming the need to end the occupation based on a negotiated two-state solution."

When the EU began to boycott Soda Stream that had their factory in one of the settlements, Maalei Adumim, the company was forced to move to the south, and 500 Arab families lost their parnassa as a direct result of the boycott. So much for caring for Palestinians.

What the moron doesn't write is that the Palestinians themselves do not want a "two-state solution" they want one state called Palestine, and they want to make the entire Yehuda and Shomron, including Tel Aviv .."Yudinrein"..

A pox on him, his neighbours and his Palestinian friends .

1 comment:

Ma Rabbi said...

There is no use trying to talk to ultra-leftists like Hillel Schenker or even regular leftists like Ben and Jerry. These people are stubborn and set in their ways. What we need to do is educate the young generation in Torah values so that they remain loyal to the Jewish people.