Fighting for your country

For me the beauty of Israel is the unconditional love that the vast majority of the Jewish inhabitants feel for their country, the togetherness. Of course, Jews among themselves hassle a lot and make a lot of noise.

Always discussions were I am sometimes tired of. But in the times it is truly necessary the nation suddenly is as one. For most boys and girls serving in the army  is not a problem or even a honor. They do it out of love for  the land of Israel, out of respect for the ancestors who survived the Nazi camps and see it as a moral obligation.idf1

Serving in the Israeli army (IDF) is not easy men must serve 3 years of their lives and women  1.5 years and then also the annual “return days”. A beautiful and dangerous duty. If you ask me,every soldier deserves a seat in heaven. The young people are not seeking for violence or killing, as the malignant counter parties are claiming.  They only protect, sometimes unfortunately with their lives, what is most important and dear to them.

IDF disaster team departs for Nepal

IDF disaster team departs for Nepal

They do this with high moral values, always prepared to help others, yes, also Arabs. .All Honor and respect for it ..

How different is this in the Arab countries, afflicted by IS, Hezbollah, al Qaeda.Men in the prime of their lives, flee en masse to Europe, because  in Europe the economic situation is much better than for example in Turkey. They leave wives and children behind and are not going to unite and fight against the occupiers. Cowardly in my eyes. If you really love your country  you should unite and fight for it.Therefore it is Amazing when you hear that same male refugees talk, when they are in Europe  about the country that is welcoming them . In the Netherlands for example they complain the food is not good, they do not have TV and have to wait sometimes for one year before they have their own home including 10,000 euro to furnish the house.


(Picture owns by Omroep Gelderland, refugee rally in Holland)

Meanwhile, you can see at their social media, numerous pictures of Syria .. “i love syria”, “Syria is the best” and ( of course ) “Free Palestine” …. Yes .. even by the supposedly Christian Syrians  you will find this type of posts against Israel.

Really bizarre when you realize that only in Israel, as the only country in the Middle East, Christians are equal and not prosecuted. Unbelievable that “traumatized” refugees do have time to hate the Jewish people so much.

How different is it with the “only shining star in a sea of darkness” , Israel, where one does not run away cowardly, even when terrible acts of terrorism are committed to the Jewish population.

Arabs, the ones that know it all and left cowardly their country enriches Europe by exporting the eternal Jew Hatred ( disguised as anti-Zionisme / Israel Hate) into Europe

For me .. Israel and the IDF will be forever the only shining stars in a big big big sea of Darkness ..

Am Yisrael Chai

About The other side Is Real

My name is Sabine Sterk and since I was very young I was a fanatic Israeli supporter. My father worked for the UNTSO and was sent to the Middle East when I was 12 years old. I lived in Syria and Israel and saw from a young age the difference between the cultures… When I returned to the Netherlands I noticed that the Anti Israel sentiment was increasing and I started to fight this. I admire Israel for all the good things that are achieved in the country. I am not religious and my motto is: Israel has the right to exist and Israel has the right to defend herself. As long as I live I will stand up for Israel and speak out on behalf of her. My ultimate dream is to find work in Israel or for Israel… I still hope to Fulfill that dream anytime soon… There is nothing I want more. I am passionate, a true Zionist supporter, enthusiastic, impulsive, impatient, honest but always try to live the best I can.
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