Zionist President: Israel is a violent and sick society

hana_amtir[1]On Sunday, Zionist president Reuven Rivlin admitted that epidemic of violence has spread like cancer in every sector of Israeli society.

It’s time to honestly admit that Israeli society is violent and sick and it’s our duty to cure this disease,” Rivlin said in a speech at the Israel Academy of Science and Humanities.

The tension between Jews and Arabs within the State of Israel has risen to record heights, and the relationship between all parties has reached a new low,” he said.

We have all witnessed the shocking sequence of incidents and violence taking place by both sides. The epidemic of violence is not limited to one sector or another, it permeates every area and doesn’t skip any arena. There is violence in soccer stadiums as well as in academia. There is violence in social media and in everyday discourse, in hospitals and in schools.”

The academic sphere, in which cultures and languages are taught from a desire to get to know them deeper, where there is a ‘you and I’ affinity, there is a place which generates not only learning but also a real encounter,” he said.

Rivlin said that he has been personally insulted verbally and on his Facebook page. In August 2014, Rivlin supported the conversion of Marla Malka 23 to Islam and her marriage to Arab Muslim Mahmoud Mansour 26, by posting on Facebook: “Such expressions undermine the basis of our co-existence here, in Israel, a country that is both Jewish and democratic.”

Rivlin, like most of the Zionist leaders is living in his nature of “self-denial”. His claim has been debunked by many Zionist Jew intellectuals including Marianne Williamson, Dr. Noam Chomsky and Michael Walzer, who said: “Israel is not the state of the Jewish people; Jews outside Israel don’t vote in its elections and non-Jews inside Israel do vote in its elections. The Jewish people are not sovereign in Israel; the citizens of Israel are sovereign there. I think there is a sense in which Israel, I mean green line Israel, is right now politically a state of all its citizens. The real difficulties are not political, they are cultural, and they arise in every nation state.”

Reuven Rivlin, as a politician and former Knesset Speaker is known as the “moral face of Zionism” aka a “wolf in sheep clothing”. He is against a Palestinian state. He wants Zionist regime to annex Gaza, West Bank and East Jerusalem into Israel – and give some more “liberal” rights to country’s non-Jewish minorities as the Muslim minorities “enjoy” in Zionist-ruled countries such as, the US, UK, France, Germany, Australia, etc.

Anyone who has studied the creation of the Zionist state in 1848 from an objective source, knows that Israel was created and maintained since then by Jewish violence.

Last week, Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya’alon during an interview with daily Yisrael Hayom said that he is not interested in resolving Israel-Palestinian conflict (wars and violence), but looking for a way to maintain the (PA Territories) occupation which serves Israeli interests.

London-based writer and activist Kerr-Anne Mendoza, posted an article highlighting the epidemic violence, racism and warmongering in Israeli society- from Tel Aviv race riots against 60,000 African asylum seekers, street lynching of Palestinian youth to burning alive of 16-year-old Palestinian boy Mohamed Hussein Abu Khdeir by three Israeli young Jews.

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One response to “Zionist President: Israel is a violent and sick society

  1. It always has been and they were warned. Pres Truman’s unilateral actions recognizing “israel” lead to a swarm of international criticism, especially from UN & European diplomats, some of who thought that Israelis should be treated as a sick people. The British ambassador to the U.S. at the time remarked about the migrants into Palestine: “Scarred by 2,500 years of Jewish history, they were psychologically unstable & not capable of a mature foreign policy.” The Israelis did not always “coolly reckon the odds” & were capable of a “suicidal policy.”

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