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A Picture Says a Thousand Words

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By Henry Herskovitz | Deir Yassin Remembered Blog

A Palestinian businessman in Ann Arbor tells me this week that Judaism and Zionism are two distinct and separate entities, a claim heard often on the Left. When I shared with him that in 1942 over 800 rabbis signed onto the document “Zionism: an Affirmation of Judaism”, he responded “They are wrong”. Really? This Palestinian Muslim knows more about the religion of Judaism than 800 rabbis?

It might have helped the conversation had I in hand the fund raising advertisement from the Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor in which a Jewish woman proclaims “there is one value that as Jews – we all share. Israel. It is in our marrow.” She doesn’t say “as Zionists”, she chooses to say “as Jews”. No bones about it (pun intended).

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5 thoughts on “A Picture Says a Thousand Words

  1. A Palestinian businessman in Ann Arbor tells me this week that Judaism and Zionism are two distinct and separate entities, a claim heard often on the Left

    When one owns the central banks that control the world’s economies, allowing a certain group to use that monopoly to enrich their associates, friends and traitors that then buy up the MSM that publishes lies, psyops, distortions and more lies, then everyone gets brainwashed, even a Palestinian businessman.

    Judaism is the Father of Zionism, which spawned the sadism of Bolshevik Jew Communism, which is alive and well in Israel in their kibbutz’s and yeshivas.

    • The last couple of times I’ve tried to post comments at your blog I haven’t had any luck. Seems like a simple email address and website aren’t enough any more.

      • My site and computer have been acting weird lately and it’s not because of something I did to either, but outside forces have been attempting to hack into my PC.
        They’re probably the same ones screwing with your attempts to comment at my blog.
        Some people just can’t stand to see or hear the truth.

      • Sorry to hear that. It seems to demand that I have a Google account now in order to be able to post a comment. It never used to do that. Don’t know what to tell you about your computer except maybe try a different anti-virus program.

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