These untruths must be renounced. We have the facts. Truth is on our side.
From an International legal standpoint please refer to Howard Grief's book The Legal Foundation and Borders of Israel under International Law (2008). While Jewish legal rights are firmly implanted in international law, there is, on the other hand, no binding document of international law that provides for the creation of a new Arab state in former Mandated Palestine. In this respect, UN resolutions do not constitute international law, nor does the Road Map Peace Plan or other similar initiatives.
Sec'y Kerry is trying his hardest to win over the major Jewish Organizations to support his anti Israel Agenda to turn Jews agaisnt their own brothers.
Tamar Adelstein a Chabad actvist and Director of Crown Heights Women For The Safety and Integrity of Israel whose activism comes from the teachings of the Lubavitch Rebbe put out a Press Release to denounce the presence of American Friends of Lubavitch presence at Kerry's meeting with Major Jewish Organizations. http://shemittahrediscovered.blogspot.com/2013/08/fwd-op-ed-american-friends-of-lubavitch.html
Present were representatives of AIPAC, J Street, the ADL, the American Jewish Committee, the Conservative movement (the Rabbinic Assembly according to the JPost, and perhaps also the United Synagogue), the Orthodox Union, American Friends of Lubavitch, B'nai B'rith International, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, the Jewish Federations of North America, Hadassah, the National Jewish Democratic Council, the National Council of Jewish Women and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
As the meeting was off the record, there was no official report issued; media descriptions relied upon reports from participants. All reports I encountered had the same basic information, but with varying details provided from one to the other. What I'm reading is that Kerry said there was a "strategic imperative" to arrive at a deal soon. Sounding "upbeat" about the possibilities, he said he "feared" for Israel's future if no deal was reached.
Kerry asked for American Jewish organizational "support" for this diplomatic effort. He is worried about "pressures" on Netanyahu that might sway him away from a deal -- as he has to contend with right wing parties in his coalition.
Menachem Lubinsky, who is involved in the protection of the graves of Har HaZeitim and a member of the Board of Trustees of Agudath Israel noted a period of history where the Rabbonim did have influence. Unfortunately, it was too late for the millions that already perished.....It took just a few short months in 1944 for the majority of Hungarian Jews including my grandparents and aunts and uncles to be decimated in Auschwitz. Too bad Rabbonim didn't or couldn't do more sooner....
"At the Treasury Department, the Orthodox group noted the historic role of US Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau in moving the FDR administration to recognize the atrocities being perpetrated against Jews in Eastern Europe. It was in October 1943 that some 400 Orthodox rabbis traveled to the White House to plead with the US Government to rescue Jews from the furnaces of Nazi Germany.
"While FDR refused to see the rabbis, who were reluctantly seen by Vice President Henry Wallace, it was Secretary Morgenthau at the urging of Agudath Israel and the Vaad Hatzalah, who successfully implored the Roosevelt Administration to rescue Jews, which resulted in the creation of the War Board," said Menachem Lubinsky, a member of the Board of Trustees of Agudath Israel. "For this we are eternally grateful."
There were many warnings pre Holocaust that the Rabbonim ignored. Doris Wise Montrose a child of Holocaust Survivors describes the blatant warnings that a Holocaust was coming that Jews choose to ignore:
http://www.cjhsla.org/2013/08/03/a-word-on-the-peace-process-doris-wise-montrose/ She writes:
"I am Doris Wise Montrose, founder and president of Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors. As a child of two Holocaust survivors, I determined that it was my obligation to help educate the public in the United States and abroad about the political, intellectual and cultural climate that led to the Holocaust.
My father, Meyer Wise, a survivor of the Lodz Ghetto and Auschwitz among other Nazi retreats, always said that had a place like Israel existed where Jews were wanted and could go, there would not have been a Holocaust.
In the 1930s, Jews in Europe were forbidden to attend schools, play in the parks, go shopping and do business. Jews accommodated, believing that if only they abided by the rules, they would be left alone. But then Jews were told to relinquish their possessions, their jewelry, and their art. Again, Jews believed that their possessions were only material things and if they would only let go of them, they would be left alone..." She brings lots more examples..
- "All of these ongoing concessions by Israel resulted in one failure after the other, yet many still contemplate further futile capitulation to gain the world's sympathy. Too many Jews still hold the same old suicidal belief that the more we surrender to those who hate us, the greater the likelihood that peace with the Arabs will be achieved. Today, we are here again. -
See more at: http://www.cjhsla.org/2013/08/03/a-word-on-the-peace-process-doris-wise-montrose/#sthash.VUKXPUpG.dpuf
"... 1948, the UN completely disregarded the Balfour Declaration, the decisions of the League of Nations and the historical rights of the Jewish people to Israel/Palestine. Instead, they tried to split the land of Biblical Israel into a Jewish state and a Muslim/Arab state. The Jews said, "It's not fair, but we'll take what we can get." The Arabs said, "No, we want it all."Then the Arabs said, "We will rename ourselves, invent a people, a land and a history where none had existed." The Jews failed to correct that myth and now the world sides against a people with an established history of a Jewish nation for over 3000 years. Unfortunately, Israel and the Jewish people accommodated and continue to accommodate this new narrative which has captured the world's support and sympathy while inspiring hatred for the Jews and Israel. "
Agudah defends its position of not making a public statement by assuring its people that it is obvious that Agudah is pro Jewish settlement in Eretz Yisroel and wants Israel to be safe and how is it possible to think otherwise. Unfortunately, taking a public stand with a declaration is not their way and the Gedoilim who see things in a clear light choose a different approach so as not to anger the Goyim.
Activist emails sent to my list are L'Ilui Nishmat Yisrael ben David Aryeh ob"m (Izzy - Kaplan) and Howard Chaim Grief great activists and lovers of Eretz Yisroel, Am Yisroel and the Torah. Yehi Zichronum Baruch. May their memories serve as a blessing.
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