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Archive for June, 2007


Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

Recently (check previous articles) academics in Britain urged a boycott of Israel and its products. Now, a British conservative speaks out about the support of Israel and calls himself a “Zionist.”

(Headline News from Arutz Sheva – from Ha’aretz news)
Wednesday, June 13, 2007 by Staff Writer


David Cameron, leader of Britain’s opposition Conservative Party, hearkened back to an earlier period of his nation’s history on Tuesday when he publicly labeled himself “a Zionist.”

Support for Israel is “in the DNA” of members of Britain’s Conservative Party, Ha’aretz quoted Cameron as telling a gathering of the Conservative Friends of Israel group in London.

“If by Zionist you mean that the Jews have the right to a homeland in Israel and the right to a country, then I am a Zionist,” the Tory leader stated.

Cameron blasted a group of British academics who last week voted in favor of boycotting relations with their Israeli counterparts in protest over what they termed “Israeli aggression” against the Palestinians.

He also voiced support for Israel’s right to build a security fence aimed at keeping Palestinian terrorists living in Judea and Samaria away from Israel’s main population centers.

(Editor’s NOTE: We are delighted to learned of this support coming from Britain. We are also aware that the opposition to Israel and its right to its God-given land has been growing in North America as well as Europe. Our Lord Yeshua warned us about the hatred of all nations toward His people that would culminate in the return of the Messiah Who will destroy all nations who come against the Nation of Israel. We are also concerned about those who support “replacement theology” and see no Biblical reference to the existence of the Nation of Israel in end time events. We wonder if we are reading the same Bible!)


Monday, June 11th, 2007

A very fascinating article appeared this week in the Jerusalem Post by Isi Leibler regarding a Chief Rabbinate decision to ban Orthodox Jewish Women from attending a Jerusalem conference designed to bring Jewish and Christian women together on issues of biblical values. Here is that report:

“I was astonished to learn that by a majority vote, the Chief Rabbinate recently promulgated a ban against Jews participating in a Christian women’s conference “to promote the status of women based on biblical values” under the auspices of the Knesset Christian Allies caucus in Jerusalem.

The alleged grounds for the ban were that the two Christian evangelical groups involved – Bridges for Peace and the International Christian Embassy – were engaged in missionary activity.

Having been directly involved with these groups, I can confidently state that the accusation is absolutely false. The rabbis supporting the ban were influenced by a few misguided zealots who for years have been conducting an ongoing campaign based on the outrageously false allegation that our closest allies, the Christian Evangelicals, have merely created a facade of friendship with Jews in order to convert them.

There are Orthodox Jews closely associated with these bodies who would not countenance transgressing Jewish law. They uphold the position of Rav Joseph Soloveichik who opposed theological dialogue with other denominations, but endorsed joint activities with Christians to promote the Judeo Christian heritage in the broadest social sense, including support for Israel.

It is gratifying that the Jewish organizers immediately rebuffed the boycott call and a highly successful conference took place. But having formally issued a boycott call based on false premises, against any association with these groups, the Chief Rabbinate must now unequivocally retract. This outburst is, incidentally, only one of a series of bizarre rulings by the Chief Rabbinate which of late have been undermining the standing of religion in the nation and bringing into question the utility of maintaining a state-sponsored Chief Rabbinate.

Our Chief Rabbinate is possibly unaware that, in contrast to other Protestant denominations, Evangelicals vigorously reject “replacement theology” and regard Judaism as the foundation for Christianity rather than being replaced by it. That explains why many Protestant groups tend to display hostility toward Israel and have frequently even indulged in actions to demonize and delegitimize the Jewish state.

However that should not be seen as suggesting that 100 million Evangelicals throughout the world are all philo-semites. They are in fact no more monolithic than Jews. Yes, many of them believe that the return of their Messiah will be hastened by the Jewish ingathering of the exiles. But this surely should not be of concern to us.

Some undoubtedly may be obsessed with the wish to convert Jews and others may even be anti-Semitic. But the overwhelming majority are unquestionably decent men and women seeking to promote Christian ethical values – many of which mirror the Judeo-Christian heritage.

They are concerned with the breakdown of public morality and family values, and strongly oppose abortion. They believe that in our world, humanity is confronted by a struggle between good and evil – terms alas, which many Jewish liberals regard as outmoded and have even purged from their lexicon.

Evangelicals also reject the moral relativism currently dominating Western liberal thought. They share with Israelis an unwillingness to endorse moral equivalency between killers and their victims. They also avoid prattling on about “cycles of violence” which avoids apportioning blame on those responsible for initiating conflicts sustaining the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

EVANGELICALS have today become the most fervent supporters of Israel in the Western world!

Paradoxically, in recent years, when many of our traditional allies have been forsaking us, Evangelicals are intensifying and upgrading their political support for Israel. Today this has in fact escalated to one of their highest priorities.

As genuine Christian Zionists whose faith is based on the Bible they believe that God gave Eretz Israel to the Jewish people. They pray for our welfare and most of them unconditionally love Jews as God’s chosen people. I often wish that some of our more aloof Diaspora kinsmen could display similar passion and commitment for our cause.

Many rank-and-file evangelical church-goers donate generously to social welfare and other projects designed to strengthening Israel. For example, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews played a crucial role in launching the Nefesh B’Nefesh in its early days, providing millions of dollars necessary to subsidize olim to Israel.

After the Lebanon war they also donated large sums to assist Israelis in the North who were all but forsaken by their own government. In addition increasing numbers visit Israel on pilgrimage tours.

Today Evangelicals are undoubtedly one of the greatest sources of political support for Israel in the US. They represent the core of Republican backing for the pro-Israeli policy of President George W. Bush and their representatives in Congress constitute solid support for Israel.

Recently they even created a Christian counterpart of AIPAC with evangelical groups lobbying Congressmen to support Israel and organizing their supporters to vote against legislators hostile to Israel.

Whereas Evangelicals are usually sensitive and avoid publicly challenging Israel government policies, many liberal Jews regard their stance on Israel as right-wing. But that surely does not invalidate the enormous benefit their backing provides Israel. Mounting Jewish appreciation of Evangelical support was reflected by the incredible standing ovation received by Evangelical leader John Hagee at AIPAC after providing an exemplary address, calling on Americans and all people of goodwill to support Israel and resist Islamic fundamentalism.

It is also clear that had Evangelical influence in Europe been greater the extent of the prevailing European hostility against Israel would undoubtedly have been substantially lessened.

Of course we unquestionably differ from Evangelicals on many other issues. But today, it is unbecoming to insult our friends and painful to witness ignorant Jews biting the hand that feeds us – especially at a time when we so desperately seek allies. As an observant Jew I am comfortable, enthusiastic and grateful for the support we receive from Christian Evangelicals.

At a time when even many Jewish liberals are finally beginning to appreciate the importance of Evangelical support, the Chief Rabbinate must act quickly to repair the damage they have created. If not, it is time for responsible religious Jews to speak up and dissociate themselves from such bigoted outbursts.

May the Almighty bless our Christian supporters for their good will and friendship and may He also provide wisdom to misguided rabbis.

(Editor’s Note: The writer chairs the Diaspora-Israel Relations Committee of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, and is a veteran international Jewish leader.)


Friday, June 8th, 2007

It never ceases to amaze us how radical can be a politician’s efforts when his public is completely dissatisfied with his leadership. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, facing a growing opposition to his leadership, now comes out with a proposal to give up the Golan Heights, one of the most serious defense positions for the Nation of Israel. Here is the article from Arutz Sheva News:

by Hillel Fendel

As polls continue to show overwhelming national opposition to giving up the Golan, opposition MKs blast PM Olmert for offering it to Syria. Left-wing MKs, on the other hand, want him to act, not just talk.

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s latest offer to give the Golan Heights to Syria flies in the face of polls showing public opposition to ceding the Golan, and has many MKs on both sides of the political spectrum up in arms.

Olmert reportedly informed Syria last month that he is willing to cede the Golan to Syrian sovereignty, but wishes to verify that Syria will, in turn, cut its ties with Iran, Hizbullah and Palestinian terrorist organizations.

Likud MK Calls on Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu to Quit Government. MKs from the Likud and National Union/National Religious Party came out vehemently against Olmert. Likud faction head Gideon Saar called upon Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu – two coalition parties whose voters are nearly all right-wing – to immediately quit the government. “Olmert has no public legitimacy for a withdrawal from the Golan,” Saar said. “Far from our eyes, processes are taking place that will be hard to stop in the future. The responsibility for this lies upon all the members of the government and coalition.”

Likud MK Yisrael Katz was more succinct, saying, “It would be better to replace Olmert than to give up the Golan Heights.”
MK Effie Eitam (National Union), a former IDF Galilee Formation Commander and a resident of the Golan, told Ynet that the initiative is merely an attempt by the government to cover up its responsibility for its failures in the Second Lebanon War.

Along the same lines, National Religious Party leader Zevulun Orlev said, “Olmert is willing to sell the Golan to save his seat… This is his last-gasp effort to survive.”

From the Left: Give it Away Now
Left-wing MKs, on the other hand, attacked Olmert for only offering the Golan and not actually taking steps to actualize the offer. Meretz Party leader Yossi Beilin said the agreement to give back the Golan has been ready to sign “ever since 2000 when [then-PM] Ehud Barak became scared of himself and ended the meeting with the Syrians in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.” Barak is currently running once again for leadership of Labor; the internal election will be held this Tuesday.

MK Zahava Gal’on of Meretz said that Olmert must not suffice with declarations, but initiated a meeting with Syria’s Foreign Minister.

Polls Show Support for Golan
A poll commissioned last summer by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University found that 56% of the Israelis oppose full evacuation of the Golan Heights in return for a full peace agreement with Syria.

A more recent poll, carried out this week by Teleseker for Maariv, shows that a full 84% of the public opposes a full withdrawal from the Golan. Some 44% oppose a withdrawal from any part of the Golan Heights, and 40% said they support only a partial withdrawal. In addition, 74% of the public do not believe that Assad is interested in peace.

(Editor’s Note: As a yearly visitor to the Golan Heights, we are astounded by the suggestion of the current Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Anyone who has actually been there knows its importance to Israel’s defense and security. Damascus did not develop the Golan Heights into such a rich agricultural “miracle” – it was Israel! Damascus has no other reason for wanting it except to attack Israel! May God give wisdom to Israel’s leaders and may Israel’s leaders turn back to the LORD GOD of ISRAEL has their only hope!)


Friday, June 8th, 2007

Our current radio series “IN THE BEGINNING” – studies in Genesis 1-9, from Creation to the Fall, has now come to chapter 3, dealing with temptation and the fall of humanity. While the Bible does not use the word “fall” in describing what happened to the human race we do read in Romans 5:12 the following: “Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned.” The Bible teaches that we are born with a sinful nature. Many secularists of our day simply believe that when you are born you are morally neutral; they believe that you become a sinner by sinning; the Bible teaches otherwise – we sin because we already are sinners. When Adam was warned by God (Genesis 2:16-17) not to eat of the “tree of the knowledge of good and evil” he was told “for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” But when he did eat of the forbidden tree he did not die physically. He lived to be 930 years old! But, he did die spiritually – he lost the sweet fellowship with God that he had previously enjoyed.

Sin brings death – both physical and spiritual death. The word “death” speaks of the separation of the body from the soul/spirit. James 2:26 says: “For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.” Ephesians 2:1-3 speaks of the spiritual death that the human race has experienced because of sin: “And you hath He quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience: Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of the flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others.”

You may be physically alive, but without faith in our Lord Yeshua, you are spiritually dead. When you become a believer, the Lord “quickens” your spirit, or makes you alive spiritually. Before that, we are spiritually dead though physically alive. If we do not receive the spiritual life of our Lord before we die physically, we face eternal life, or eternal separation from God because of the consequences of sin and our failure to solve the problem by turning to the only Savior from sin, death, and hell – our blessed Lord Yeshua.

The word “flesh” as used above from the passage in Ephesians 2 is referring to the sin nature which we all have from birth. It is our natural tendency to do what is wrong before God and to be self-centered in our outlook, goals, and values. The devil knows this about us all so he will “entice” or “seduce” with the temptations of the “world” and the “flesh.” For example, money is not evil, but the “love of money is the root of all evil” (I Timothy 6:10). Another example, a beautiful woman may be very attractive and alluring, but the woman’s appearance is not evil; However, as Yeshua pointed out in Matthew 5:27-28, what we think about and desire to do sexually to her is very evil and under certain provocations or temptations, we wind up committing the sins that God told us to avoid, not because He doesn’t want us to be happy and satisfied, but because the sins He has listed in the Bible contribute to the downfall of our joy and peace in life. His restrictions are actually designed as our protection from ruining ourselves. Plus, we face the eternal consequences of our actions if we do not repent of our sin and turn to His loving cleansing and forgiveness.

Temptation is real and is everywhere! The enemy of our souls, Satan himself, knows our weaknesses, and he provides the “bait” to “hook” us into doing what we know is wrong. We will then try to justify and defend ourselves in our efforts to cover up our sin. Proverbs 28:13 says: “He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy.” When we sin we make the decision. Our choices are critical. Often we have heard “It is no sin to be tempted.” However, in the opening chapters of Proverbs a young man is called a “FOOL” who exposes himself needlessly to the allurements of temptation.

I Corinthians 10:13 says: “There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, Who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.”

(Editor’s Note: Remember you can listen to the current radio series 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and even review what you may have missed!)


Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

We do not support any particular political candidate, but we rather point out their statements and relationship to the Nation of Israel. Former Senator Fred Thompson has announced in candidancy for President of the United States of America. He is also known as an actor. Our interest in him is based on his support of Israel. Here is one of the latest articles in Israel about him.

(Wednesday, June 06, 2007 by Staff Writer – Israel Today News)

“Fred Thompson, US presidential hopeful and former star of the hit television series “Law & Order,” is scheduled to make his first visit to Israel in the coming days.

Thompson, who is said to have a fair chance of winning the Republican presidential nomination, will meet with Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and various other senior officials during his tour of Israel.

Of the dozen or so candidates contesting the nomination, Thompson is among the most supportive of Israel.

The former actor, who has also served as a US senator, bucked popular international sentiment by insisting in a hard-hitting editorial column that Israel has been almost too careful in its war on Palestinian terrorism.

“Israel is at war,” Thompson wrote for the conservative website And the Jewish state has gone to “incredible lengths to stop the war against them without harming Palestinian non-combatants.”

Thompson is also on record as supporting an Israeli military strike against Iran should international diplomacy fail to prevent the Islamic Republic from obtaining nuclear arms.

More liberal political elements in Israel fear Thompson may be too far to the right, and therefore end up harming Israel. During his time as a senator, Thompson was one of the sponsors of the Jerusalem Embassy Act demanding that the US government move its embassy to the Israeli capital in defiance of Palestinian claims to the city.”

(Editor’s Note: We do not know a great deal about Thompson’s beliefs, values, and commitments. He professes to be a Christian, and has been very conservative in his voting record in the Senate. No doubt there are other candidates who are also strong in their support of Israel, and when we learn of this from their own words, we will try to report it to you. Naturally, the support of Israel is only one issue in this campaign. Our “politics” are in heaven (Philippians 3:20-21) and we believe that the Bible urges us to support the political process, pay taxes, obey the laws, etc. However, when the government directly violates the law of God (Acts 5:29) we have the biblical right to dissent and not to go along with any ungodly or non-biblical decisions. We are “in this world” but we, as believers, are not “of this world.” May God give us all wisdom!)


Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

In an effort to approve the current Immigration Policy of the US Congress and the wishes of US President George Bush, help was sought from Israel’s security forces and procedures. The report that was given was filled with inaccuracies and attempts to distort the truth about the situation in Israel. Consider this report found in Israel Today’s News:

Monday, June 04, 2007 by Ryan Jones

Israel on Monday harshly criticized an Amnesty International report on the inconveniences and suffering its anti-terror methods cause to the Palestinian Arabs in Judea and Samaria.

In a statement released to the press, Israel’s Justice Ministry called the Amnesty report, entitled “Enduring Occupation: Palestinians Under Siege on the West Bank,” a one-sided and immoral view of the situation that is “riddled with mistakes and numerous factual and legal inaccuracies.”

The ministry took particular issue with the “scant mention of Palestinian terrorism, which holds non-combatants hostage, using them as human shields and camouflage.” Furthermore, “the report does not relate – in any acceptable manner – to Israel’s right of self-defense or to its legitimate security needs, but mentions these needs only casually, without giving them their due consideration.”

While the report does mention Israel’s “right to defend itself” by preventing entry to and the movement of certain dangerous people, Amnesty presumes to tell Jerusalem that its current methods of weeding out those threats by setting up roadblocks and building a security fence are unacceptable.

The Israeli response concluded by reiterating that “the lack of emphasis on the centrality of Palestinian terrorism and the IDF’s responsibility to protect Israeli citizens as a direct result is not reasonable and creates a deliberate distortion.”

The Amnesty report, which was published to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Israel’s liberation of Judea and Samaria from Jordanian occupation, contains extremely emotive language conveying the hardships under which the Palestinians live, but fails to similarly describe the numerous and brutal Palestinian terrorist attacks on Jewish civilians that have resulted in Israel’s harsh security measures.

In an interview with Israel’s Ynet news portal, Donatella Rovera, the author of the report, which at one point refers to Israel’s security barrier as a “wall of death,” insisted her findings are completely unbiased.


Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out during the celebration of Israel’s 40th anniversary of the Six-Day War of 1967. Polls reveal that if new elections were held today, Netanyahu would again be elected as Prime Minister of Israel. Here is what he said about the Biblical heartland of Judea and Samaria:

(Appeared in Israel Today News on Tuesday, June 05, 2007 by Staff Writer)

Withdrawal from Judea and Samaria, the so-called “West Bank,” would again expose Israel to the very real threat of annihilation, warned opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday.

Netanyahu was speaking at an event marking the anniversary of the 1967 Six Day War, when Israel liberated Judea and Samaria from Jordanian occupation.

That victory had transformed Israel from a “feeble and fragile country whose existence was questionable, into a state which cannot be defeated,” declared the Likud Party leader in remarks carried by Ynet. “As we are on these mountains, we are unbeatable.”

Which is precisely why, according to Netanyahu, the Arab world is so anxious to remove Israel from every inch of the territories that constitute its biblical heartland.

Netanyahu noted that Israel’s conquest of Judea and Samaria, the Golan Heights and the Sinai Peninsula in the Six Day War had actually brought the region closer to peace by convincing the Arab side that it could not destroy the Jewish state.

However, Israel’s recent unilateral withdrawals from southern Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, as well as ongoing talk of a pullout from most of Judea and Samaria, has again given hope to the Arabs that their ultimate goal is attainable, warned Netanyahu.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: We are thankful for former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking out about not giving up Judea and Samaria to Israel’s hostile neighbors and traditional enemies. However, Israel is “unbeatable” only when they are depending upon the LORD GOD of ISRAEL as their only “HOPE” and their only “DEFENSE.” That dependency does not eliminate their involvement militarily, of course. It deals with what is in their hearts. We need to be reminded often that King David (“man after God’s own heart”) repeatedly inquired of the LORD as to what he should do and where he should go in the battles with Israel’s former enemies. May the leaders of Israel today also recognize the need of complete dependency upon the GOD of ISRAEL!)


Friday, June 1st, 2007

Since 1939 (under Neville Chamberlain) Britain has continually demonstrated that it has forsaken the beliefs and commitments of Lord Balflour and the 1917 Balflour Declaration which recommended a homeland for the Jewish people in the Middle East. With the influx of Muslims into Great Britain and the building of Islamic mosques all over the country, it is no surprise that the latest round of anti-Israel propaganda has resurfaced once again. Our Lord Yeshua said that His people would be “hated of all nations (Matthew 24:9).” We, who have British roots, are saddened by this latest turn of events.
Britain is in great need of the true gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and a return to Biblical preaching and teaching by the pulpits of that country that once spread the message of our Lord all over the world. Here is the latest news:

by Ezra HaLevi – reported by Arutz Sheva

British unions and social groups continue to declare new boycotts of the Jewish state. They insist anti-Semitism has nothing to do with it.

The University and College Union (UCU), a merger between the Association of University Teachers and the University and College Lecturers’ Union, voted Wednesday 158 to 99 for “a comprehensive and consistent boycott” of all Israeli academic institutions in response to Israel’s “40-year occupation” of Judea and Samaria.

In 2005, a vote for a boycott by the AUT was repudiated in a special meeting later on that year. The union, representing 120,000 university teachers, urged its members to consider the “moral implications” of relations with Israeli academic institutions. It left it up to local branches to decide whether to actually boycott.

“Israel’s 40-year occupation has seriously damaged the fabric of Palestinian society through annexation, illegal settlement, collective punishment and restriction of movement,” the motion reads. “Congress deplores the denial of educational rights for Palestinians by invasions, closures, checkpoints, curfews, and shootings and arrests of teachers, lecturers and students. Congress condemns the complicity of Israeli academia in the occupation.”

The decision called for the organization and funding of “a UK wide campus tour for Palestinian academic/educational trade unionists” and to “actively encourage and support branches to create direct links with Palestinian educational institutions and to help set up nationally sponsored programmes for teacher exchanges, sabbatical placements, and research.”

A large percentage of foreign volunteers for radical anti-Israel insurgent groups such as the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) and its various militant offshoots, such as the Tel Romeida Project, hail from universities involved in the boycotts and are coordinated by activists who intend to tour campuses to recruit additional volunteers through the newly funded programs.

These groups confront IDF soldiers, forcefully dismantle checkpoints, have been found to harbor terrorists, facilitate terrorism, carry out actual attacks and have been conducting a systematic campaign of destruction of Jewish agriculture in Judea and Samaria.

The resolution pre-empts criticism that it is anti-Semitic, saying “criticism of Israel cannot be construed as anti-Semitic.”

World Union of Jewish Students chairman Tamar Shachori was at the meeting, however, and said the atmosphere could not be described any other way. “They called us Nazis to our face and insisted that we are worse than South Africa under apartheid,” she said.

Israel’s Education Minister Yuli Tamir, a graduate of Oxford University, said, “It is extremely ironic that at a time when Sderot students and students at an Israeli college are being bombarded by Palestinian Kassam rockets on a daily basis, British lecturers choose to condemn Israel.”

On Thursday, UNISON, the largest British labor union threatened to declare a boycott of Israeli products as well. Israel’s Histadrut labor union chairman Ofer Eini responded to the threat, which comes ahead of a vote by union members on the subject in coming weeks. “Despite the aggression by the Palestinians, it never occurred to me to impose a boycott on Palestinian workers or employers,” Eini said. “The boycott against Israel will only cause the situation to deteriorate further.”

Last month, the British National Union of Journalists also voted in favor of a boycott of Israeli goods and announced that they demand that England and the United Nations place sanctions on the Jewish state. More than 100 British doctors have also called for a boycott of the Israeli Medical Association.

Various British officials sounded off throughout Wednesday decrying the boycotts as “not advancing the peace process.”

Last week, Jewish-American Nobel Prize-winning physicist Steven Weinberg canceled a planned visit to British universities in protest of the boycotts, which he called anti-Semitic. He added that while he was canceling his trip in protest, he was not suggestion a boycott of the British.

Attorney Aviad Vissouly, who heads the Land of Israel Headquarters, called for a boycott of British goods. “Anyone who declares a boycott against us needs to know that they will pay a price,” he said. “When the Israeli consumer will stop buying British jeans, food and cars, the British, along with the rest of the world will realize that boycotting Israel is liable to cause them to lose income and increase layoffs.”

Vissouly said that the Israeli government and defense establishment must also boycott those companies that participate in the British boycotts. “If we do not offer an intense response to the British boycott, which was declared out of Jew-hatred, then it will spread to organizations and nations across the world,” Vissouly said.

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