Today in Israel, even though the intense trauma of the Holocaust has somewhat diminished, and few survivors of the Holocaust are left, the Jewish people of Israel are still extremely attuned to the threat of anti-Semitism.
Led by Marwan Barghouti, who is serving five consecutive life sentences for terrorist murders, over 1,500 Palestinians held in Israeli jails on security offenses have entered into a hunger strike.
Secretary of State John Kerry on 15 Dec. 2016, called the situation in Aleppo “unconscionable” and said Syrian President Assad’s government was carrying out “nothing short of a massacre.”
No further evidence is necessary of the mainstream media’s anti-Israel bias than its total lack of coverage of the fact that Israeli hospitals routinely treat Arab patients from all over the Middle East.
Israel’s defense establishment believes terrorist groups will try to strike over Passover, and security forces have been placed on alert nationwide.
Arab countries are possibly softening their attempts to hurt Israel in UNESCO.
PM Netanyahu this week lashed out at the Palestinian Authority’s ruling party, Fatah, for electing a jailed terrorist to a senior role within the movement.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah recently warned Israel that his Iran-backed terror group could attack targets producing mass Israeli casualties, including a huge ammonia storage tank in Haifa and a nuclear reactor in Dimona.
Research findings reported by the World Jewish Congress has revealed that in 2016, more than 382,000 anti-Semitic posts were uploaded to social media.
The United Kingdom blasted the United Nations Human Rights Council for its biased treatment of Israel and for failing to condemn Palestinian terrorism in a strongly worded speech it delivered in Geneva on 24 March 2017.