On July 29, 2014, Ron Cisllag reported at Canadian Jewish News (CJN) that according to the Lone Soldier Center, an Israeli advocacy organizationt, 5,700 non-Israeli Jews are currently serving in the Israel Occupation Force (IOF). About 45 per cent of them are new immigrants from Jewish communities all over the world. One estimate, from Nefesh B’Nefesh, which offers support and guidance to those immigrating to the Zionist entity, puts the number of Canadian lone soldiers at 145.
In June 2014, Israel’s highest-paid propagandist, Abraham Foxman of ADL whined in front of Israeli Knesset that 41% of people among the 100 countries surveyed by his criminal organization believe that Jews are more loyal to Israel as compared to countries they live in. Were they wrong? I bet NOT.
Just imagine if some Arab-Canadian decide to join Hamas or Hizbullah, what would be the reaction of country’s prime minister Stephen Harper and his two top Israeli poodle, John Baird and Jason Kenney would be? Oops! I forgot in 2011 interview with CBC had claimed that it’s not the Jew/Christian Zionists for Israel, but the country’s Islamist who pose threat to the security of the country. These one million “Islamists” happen to be Canada’s largest non-Christian minority followed by the 300,000 Jews.
Yves Engler, the Canadian Jewish author of ‘The Ugly Canadian’ in which he blasted Stephen Harper’s blind support for the Zionist entity, has this to say about these Canadian Jewish terrorists.
When is a Canadian who leaves this country to join a foreign military force and participate in the killing of innocent civilians, including children, called a “terror tourist” and sent to jail? The answer is: Only when that person joins a military force the Conservative government disagrees with.
Yet our government does nothing to hundreds of other Canadians who join a different foreign military force which daily terrorizes millions of people and often uses explosives to kill thousands — most of whom are civilians.
Part of the tab for lone soldier support services is picked up by Canadian taxpayers through tax credits for “charitable” donations. The Israel-based Lone Soldier Center has Canadian charitable status through the Ne’eman Foundation. So does the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, which has, according to its website, sponsored “fun activities” for “lone soldiers.”
Financial backing for lone soldiers reaches the top echelons of the Canadian business world. Billionaire Toronto couple Gerry Schwartz and Heather Reisman created the Heseg Foundation for Lone Soldiers. Reisman and Schwartz provide up to $3 million per year for post-military scholarships for these non-Israeli soldiers.
Members of the Israeli high command – Heseg’s board has included a number of generals and a former head of the secret service Mossad – say “lone soldiers” are of value beyond their military capacities. Foreigners volunteering to fight for Israel are a powerful symbol to reassure Israelis weary of their country’s violent behavior. Schwartz and Reisman’s support for Heseg has spurred a campaign to boycott the Indigo, Chapters and Cole bookstore chain they own.
The heir to the menswear firm Tip Top Tailors, Ben Dunkelman, was Haganah’s main recruiter in Canada. He claimed that “about 1,000″ Canadians “fought to establish Israel.” During the Nakba, Israel’s small air force was almost entirely foreign, with at least 53 Canadians, including 15 non-Jews, enlisted.