US Black Jew: Israel is not for me

Tessara Dudley is an American Jewish writer, poet, author and an activist in the LGBT movement. But what makes her different from they rest of G-d’s “Chosen People” holding hostage nearly 310 million Americans – She is BLACK, and therefore, hates to live in Israel.

On August 4, 2015, Tessara Dudley posted an article, titled, I’m Jewish But I Don’t Support Israel – And Neither Should Any Jew Dedicated To Social Justice.

Ask Black and Brown Jews about it, though, and you’ll get a different answer than the mainstream. We know Israel isn’t for us. Despite that it was theoretically created to serve as a Jewish homeland, a place where Jews from all over the world would find welcome, the history of the country has never borne that out. In 2012, Israel began to roundup, detain, and deport many of the 60,000 African asylum seekers living in the country. In 2013, it came out that Israel had a practice of involuntarily sterilizing Ethiopian Jewish women living in its borders. In April 2015, video emerged of two police officers beating an Ethiopian Jewish soldier, sparking protests in Jerusalem,” she wrote. Continue reading here.

Reader can find Ms Dudley’s poetry here.

On May 14, 2011, Israeli president Shimon Peres, a war criminal, boasted that Israel is the only country in the world where people are not discriminated based on color or religion. Jewish writer and filmmaker David Sheen in a documentary (watch below), he prepared for United Nations exposes Peres’ lie.

According to independent reports, the Zionist entity has given citizenship to less than 200 Blacks since 1948.

The Zionist regime, as PR, airlifted thousands of Black Jews out of Ethiopia in 1984 and 1990 – but according to American Jewish billionaire, Donald Sterling, they’re treated like dogs.

Israeli historian, Dr. Shlomo Sand, the author of books, The Invention of Jewish People, The Invention of the Land of Israel, and How I ceased to be a Jew, agrees with Dudley.

I’m aware of living in one of the most racist societies in the western world. Racism is present to some degree everywhere, but in Israel it exists deep within the spirit of the laws. It’s taught in schools and colleges, spread in the media, and above all and most dreadful, in Israel the racists do not know what they’re doing, and because of this, feel in no way obliged to apologize. This absence of a need for self-justification has made Israel a particular prized reference point for many movements of the far right throughout the world, movements whose past history of anti-Semitism is only too well known, says Dr. Sand. Read more here.


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