Despicable! The Jewish hate group J-Street is expanding it’s relentless crusade to demonize Israel to Jewish young people, while promoting a terror state in Judea and Sumeria. The propaganda tours that J-Street is sponsoring is an alternative to the highly successful Birth Right tours, which have brought over 700 000 young Jewish adults to Israel.
On these hateful propaganda tours J-Street will likely not disclose how the Palestinians have rejected statehood numerous times, and how the Palestinians have committed unspeakable terrorist attacks against Israel. J-Street will also likely omit the barbaric incitement against Israelis from Palestinian schools and mosques, or how Gaza was turned into a terror base for Hamas and Islamic Jihad once Israel left the enclave at the behest of the international community.
J-Street propaganda campaigns have also contributed to university campuses being uncomfortable and unsafe (here, here, here) for pro-Israel Jewish students. It is unconscionable for J-Street to launch such trips, at a time when anti-Semitism in the United States is reaching record levels. Israel must designate J-Street as the pro-jihad and anti-Semitic hate group that they are, and refuse to allow any trip sponsored by J-Street into the country.
The Soros backed group receives funding of Arab and Muslim Americans, as well as from several individuals connected to organizations doing Palestinian and Iranian issues advocacy, according to Federal Election Commission filings.
J Street’s first Birthright alternative trip arrives in Israel.
The nine-day trip allows young American Jews to experience the landmarks of Israel, while going in-depth into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
By Sydney Dennen, Jerusalem Post, July 2, 2019:
Let Our People Know” arrived in Israel on Tuesday, for the first of its kind ‘Birthright’ alternative trip. Sponsored by J Street, it is free for 40 American Jewish students.
The students will visit the Galilee, Yad Vashem, the Dead Sea and the typical heritage sites of Jerusalem – just like normal Taglit groups. But they will also have the chance to meet with Israeli settlers and Israeli/Palestinian peace activists while visiting Ramallah and Hebron.
“American Jews want to visit Israel – and we want to develop a deeper understanding of what life is like there. That means meeting with both Israelis and Palestinians, and learning what life is like for those living under occupation,” said J Street U board member Zachary Spitz on its website. “While Birthright and similar organized trips currently fail to provide these important experiences, we want to provide a model for the kind of truly educational Israel trip that our generation needs.”
Back in March, J Street U asked its members to sign a pledge to only participate in trips to Israel that include, “meetings with both Israelis and Palestinians and that show participants how the occupation impacts daily life in the West Bank,” according to a statement on the group’s website.
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