Rosh Hashana a new beginning?


5776 ended tragically with the death of the last founding father of Israel Shimon Peres.

When the most of the world leaders are mourning his passing.. the Arab world stays silent or even worse is  celebrating the death of the man that won a nobelprize of Peace for his efforts to establish peace in the Middle east. At the end of 5776 became once again clear who stays indifferent, who wanted peace and who will never learn and keep embracing hate and violence.

While the world is busy making preparations for the funeral of Shimon, the savages in Iran, Gaza, Syria etc and their disciples in for example the Netherlands (Pro Palestinian organizations like BDS, DocP, SRP etc) are cursing the man that did the most for the sake of peace.

Shame on them. Shame on the Politicians that are mourning the death of this amazing man,but at the same time are giving our tax money to insecure organizations that support the very same savages.


5777 the number of the year promiss, to those who believe, peace and property.But every where in the world it seems the hatred against Jews and Israel is growing. Pure anti-Semitism rises everywhere. Forgotten are the thousands of women,children and men killed by IS or bombs in Syria, Iraq. Thousands killed in Africa by the Boko Haram and forgotten is all the other despair and injustice in the rest of the world. Ignored is the huge contribution from Israel to the research and/or cure from cancer, Alzheimer, Parkinson. The contribution from Israel to other important issues in the world as security issues, disaster aid etc etc etc.

Also internal problems are present in Israel, but again, when you see and feel the spirit of Israel, when you see the beautiful country defended against savages day and night with blood, sweat and tears by the most moral army in the world, IDF, we can only say…



Israel is here to stay,against all odds!!

Shana tova


About The other side IsReal

My name is Sabine, living in Holland but with a heart and Soul in Israel.. Proud Zionist, with a mission to tell the truth
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2 Responses to Rosh Hashana a new beginning?

  1. Ik wil graag een woord achter laten met een van de laatste zinnen uit de Kaddisj. Moge er veel vrede uit de hemel komen en leven!
    Over ons en over heel Israël.

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