Incidents of anti-Semitism are rising around the world, including on social media. Fortunately, there’s something you can do about it — click here or on the infographic below to join our campaign against anti-Semitism and find out four simple steps you can take to help us fight the hatred!
Israel has become my favorite obsession over the last five years. But as an eighteen year old college freshman, it wasn’t even on my radar yet. Little did I know that my whole life had been preparing me for a future I had never imagined.
I was raised in a Christian home, and when I learned to read I started devouring the Bible. I loved the stories of ancient Israel. I read them over and over, and by age ten I had decided that someday I wanted to learn Hebrew so that I could read them in the original language. When I went to college, I had to choose a foreign language minor and Hebrew was the obvious choice. My professor introduced me to the modern state of Israel through her stories of growing up there. I was fascinated, and…2072
Have you ever wanted to ask Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a question? Well, now’s your chance!
Submit your question for the Prime Minister, along with your name and email address, below. Be brief, concise, and focus on one issue — and only one question per person, please. We’ll choose three of the best questions to submit to the Prime Minister, and he will record video responses we’ll post on our 4Zion website in the coming weeks.
Submit your question today — the deadline for submissions is Thursday, March 8!
An exchange that took place in May 2010 between Jewish writer and policy activist David
Horowitz, and Jumanah Imad Albahri, a member of the Muslim Students Association at UC-San Diego, exemplifies how extremist beliefs have taken root on American campuses.
David Horowitz: I am a Jew. The head of Hezbollah has said that he hopes that we will gather in Israel so he doesn’t have to hunt us down globally. For it or against it?
Jumanah Imad Albahri: For it.
What Albahri was “for” is the genocide of the Jewish people. This short but powerful film by the David Horowitz Freedom Center begins with this exchange caught on tape and goes on to uncover the lies of “Israel Apartheid Week,” a movement that aims to deligitimize the Jewish State. Watch the video below then check out some more videos on Israel Apartheid Week that we think are worth watching.
A Jewish student at the prestigious London School of Economics was injured when a scuffle broke out between Jewish students and anti-Israel demonstrators who had erected a mock “Israeli apartheid wall” as part of an Israel Apartheid Week protest. The clash began when a student threw a water balloon at the mock wall and in response the Palestine Society protesters attacked the Jewish students nearby.
It is unacceptable that Jewish students should face threats, intimidation, and even violence on their own campuses. When colleges like London School of Economics support Apartheid Week, they’re helping to spread lies about Israel and encouraging discrimination.
The London School of Economics Israel Society released a statement condemning the violence on campus saying:
“The LSESU Palestine Society’s interpretation of an Israeli checkpoint… was intimidating for Jewish students as they held [mock] guns, called Jewish students ‘Israelis’ as they walked through, and…