1. It seems like quite a few Americans aren’t aware that being Jewish (Of bloodline) and practicing Judaism don’t always go hand-in-hand, and vice versa.

  2. 00:07 – Far-right National Security Minister Itamar Ben Javier joins.
    00:27 – Some demonstrators throw rocks at journalists, taunt journalists in hijabs.
    00:44 – Annual march celebrates Israel’s capture of East Jerusalem during the 1967 war; Israel later annexed territory in a move not recognized under international law.
    03:16 – March cancelled in 2021 after Hamas threatened response if the march was not cancelled.
    03:35 – Unlikely major response to march this year after recent ceasefire; ceasefire may have cooled the situation.
    05:29 – Palestinians see the march as a provocation and a threat.

  3. “ By the use of song the male sparrow will stake out his territory…a trait common among the lower animals “ Gary Larson…

  4. The US taxpayer gifts the State of Israel around $4 billion per year, every year, as well as rolling no interest loans. Israeli citizens enjoy free healthcare, essentially free education through the graduate college level, old age pensions and retirement insurance, children’s allowances, unfettered access to abortion procedures, long term care, paid maternity leave, and countless other social welfare programs. Why does Congress subsidize a social safety net for all Israelis that it refuses to subsidize for Americans?

    1. Here are a few examples of financial assistance provided by the United States to the Palestinians in recent years:

      In fiscal year 2021, the United States provided approximately $235 million in assistance to the Palestinians, which included humanitarian aid, economic development programs, and security assistance.

      In fiscal year 2020, the U.S. government allocated around $225 million in aid to the Palestinians. This support aimed to address humanitarian needs, promote economic growth, and support security efforts.

      In fiscal year 2019, the United States allocated approximately $365 million in assistance to the Palestinians. This funding supported various programs, including healthcare, education, infrastructure development, and governance.

      Here are a few examples of the U.S. assistance to Egypt:

      In fiscal year 2021, the U.S. provided approximately $1.4 billion in foreign assistance to Egypt. This included military aid, economic support, and other forms of assistance.

      In fiscal year 2020, the U.S. allocated around $1.3 billion in aid to Egypt. This funding supported various programs, including military cooperation, economic development, and social projects.

      In fiscal year 2019, the United States provided approximately $1.3 billion in assistance to Egypt. This support encompassed military aid, economic assistance, and other forms of cooperation.

      Here are a few examples of the U.S. assistance to Jordan:

      In fiscal year 2021, the U.S. provided approximately $1.7 billion in foreign assistance to Jordan. This included various forms of support, such as economic assistance, military aid, and humanitarian assistance.

      In fiscal year 2020, the U.S. allocated around $1.5 billion in aid to Jordan. This funding supported a range of initiatives, including economic development, security cooperation, and humanitarian programs.

      In fiscal year 2019, the United States provided approximately $1.3 billion in assistance to Jordan. This included support for economic growth, infrastructure projects, and military cooperation.

      Haven’t helped them to developed Iron Dome))

      On the other hand, Israel has a reputation for its technological advancements and innovations, some of which have been adopted and used by the U.S. military. Here are a few examples of Israeli innovations that have found application in the U.S. military:

      Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs): Israel is known for its expertise in UAV technology. The U.S. military has utilized Israeli-made UAVs, such as the Heron and the Skylark, for various purposes, including surveillance, intelligence gathering, and reconnaissance missions.

      Cybersecurity: Israel has a strong cybersecurity industry, and its expertise in this field has been of interest to the U.S. military. Israeli cybersecurity companies have collaborated with U.S. counterparts to enhance the military’s digital defenses and protect critical infrastructure.

      Defense Systems: Israel has developed advanced defense systems, such as the Iron Dome missile defense system, which intercepts and destroys incoming rockets. The U.S. has shown interest in and collaborated with Israel on missile defense technology.

      Tactical Equipment: Israeli companies have developed specialized tactical equipment, such as advanced optics, night vision devices, and protective gear. Some of these technologies have been adopted by the U.S. military to enhance soldiers’ capabilities and safety.

      It’s important to note that while Israeli innovations have been incorporated into the U.S. military, the extent and specific details of their utilization may not be publicly disclosed due to security reasons. Collaboration and technology sharing between Israel and the U.S. in the military sector are ongoing, highlighting the value of their strategic partnership.

  5. Before spreading any further misinformation, I invite CNN reporters to educate themselves about the history of Israeli national holiday, Jerusalem Day:

    The Six-Day War, which took place in June 1967, was a conflict between Israel and its neighboring Arab countries: Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. Here is a summary of the war:

    Background: Tensions had been escalating between Israel and its Arab neighbors since the establishment of Israel in 1948. In the years leading up to the war, there were border clashes, military build-ups, and blockades against Israel.

    Trigger: On May 1967, Egypt expelled UN peacekeepers from the Sinai Peninsula and blockaded the Strait of Tiran, cutting off Israel’s access to the Red Sea. This act was seen as a direct threat to Israel’s security.

    Israeli pre-emptive strike: Fearing an imminent attack, Israel launched a pre-emptive strike on June 5, 1967, targeting the air forces of Egypt, Jordan, and Syria. This surprise attack aimed to neutralize their air capabilities.

    Air superiority: Within hours, Israel achieved air superiority by destroying the majority of the Arab air forces on the ground. This gave Israel a significant advantage in the war.

    Ground offensives: With air superiority, Israel launched ground offensives on multiple fronts. They captured the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt, the West Bank and East Jerusalem from Jordan, and the Golan Heights from Syria.

    Swift Israeli advance: The Israeli forces made rapid progress, overwhelming the Arab armies. Within six days, Israel reached and threatened the outskirts of Cairo, Amman, and Damascus.

    Ceasefire and aftermath: The war ended on June 10, 1967, with a United Nations-brokered ceasefire. Israel emerged as the victor, gaining significant territorial gains. The war resulted in major shifts in the regional power dynamics and had far-reaching implications for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the broader Middle East.

    After the Six-Day War, Israel emerged as the victorious party, achieving significant territorial gains. One of the notable outcomes was the reunification of Jerusalem, which had been divided since the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, was united under Israeli control following the war.

  6. Jerusalem Day is a national holiday in Israel.
    It is an official day of commemoration and celebration, marked by various events and activities throughout the country. Schools, businesses, and government offices are generally closed on this day, allowing people to participate in the festivities and express their connection to Jerusalem. It is an important day on the Israeli calendar and holds deep cultural and historical significance for the nation.

    Jerusalem Day holds great significance for Israelis as it marks the moment when Israel gained control over the eastern part of Jerusalem, including the Old City, which had previously been under Jordanian control since the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. The reunification of Jerusalem is seen as a historic and symbolic event, as it allowed Jews to access and worship at holy sites such as the Western Wall and the Temple Mount.

    On Jerusalem Day, various ceremonies, parades, and events take place in Israel, particularly in Jerusalem. Many people participate in religious services, visit important landmarks, and express their connection to the city. It is a day that highlights the cultural, historical, and religious significance of Jerusalem to the Jewish people and serves as a reminder of Israel’s sovereignty over the city.

    But CNN News failed to mention any of it😡😡😡

    1. @Amoola Khanshali She literally said “until 1967 Jews can go to their Holiest cite in east Jerusalem.”
      But the uncomfortable truth for some is that until 1967, prior to Israel’s reunification of the city of Jerusalem during the Arab-Israeli war of 1967, Jews were unable to access their holiest site in East Jerusalem, which had been under the control of Jordan.

  7. Only the names had to be changed… Exodus vs Invasion
    The Exodus
    31 During the night Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron and said, “Up! Leave my people, you and the Israelites! Go, worship the Lord as you have requested. 32 Take your flocks and herds, as you have said, and go. And also bless me.”

    33 The Egyptians urged the people to hurry and leave the country. “For otherwise,” they said, “we will all die!” 34 So the people took their dough before the yeast was added, and carried it on their shoulders in kneading troughs wrapped in clothing. 35 The Israelites did as Moses instructed and asked the Egyptians for articles of silver and gold and for clothing. 36 The Lord had made the Egyptians favorably disposed toward the people, and they gave them what they asked for; so they plundered the Egyptians.
    The Invasion
    During Biden’s first years as President, he summoned Customs and Border Patrol to “stand down, let illegals and foreigners enter the country unrestricted! “Go, vote for me when you get registered. Take Americans jobs, their wealth, their neighborhoods, their businesses, and also bless me”.
    Biden urged the invaders to hurry and enter the country. “For otherwise, democrats will lose their majority in the Senate and you all will be kept out of the US.” So the invaders did as Biden instructed them, bringing men, women and children.
    They demanded free everything… lodging, 4 star hotels, food, healthcare, transportation, Obama phones, clothing, blankets, food stamps, virtually everything that many Americans have to pay for. Biden gave the illegals what they asked for, so they plundered the American people.

  8. Here’s a comprehensive list summarizing the displacement, territorial changes, and number of people displaced during the period of 1945-1948, in the context of events that occurred just 3 years prior to the first Arab-Israeli war in 1948:

    Territory Lost: Germany lost significant territories as a result of World War II, including parts of East Prussia, Pomerania, Silesia, and the Sudetenland.
    Displaced People: Millions of Germans were displaced, primarily from the lost territories in the east. Exact numbers are difficult to ascertain, but estimates range from 12 to 14 million.

    Territory Lost: Poland experienced territorial changes as a result of World War II, including the loss of eastern territories to the Soviet Union.
    Displaced People: Millions of Polish people were displaced due to the war and territorial changes. Exact numbers are challenging to determine, but estimates range from 5 to 6 million.

    European Jewish People:
    Displacement: Jewish populations across Europe were displaced due to World War II and the Holocaust. Many Jewish survivors sought refuge in other countries.
    Displaced People: The exact number of displaced Jewish individuals during this period is challenging to determine, but it is estimated that several million Jews were displaced.

    Territory Lost: Romania lost territories, including parts of Bessarabia and Bukovina, which were annexed by the Soviet Union.
    Displaced People: Hundreds of thousands of people, including both Romanians and ethnic minorities, were displaced as a result of the territorial changes.

    None of them cause high tensions in any region 75 years later, but Palestinian Arabs do.
    None of them send their 13-year-old children to carry out terror attacks 75 years later, but
    Palestinian Arabs do.
    None of their grandchildren born 75 years later are defined as refugees, but Palestinian Arabs are.

  9. International law has failed to recognize the consequences of the wars in 1948 and 1967 in which Israel emerged victorious against several Arab countries. However, the same international community remains silent and takes no action regarding the restrictions imposed on non-Muslims, limiting their access to and ability to pray on the Temple Mount, with only limited visiting hours available for non-Muslim visitors.

  10. Can you help not vetoing a single resolution against Israel? I’m sorry the CNN reorter was treated like that. It was shameful and beyond. (I’m not sure whether it’s in the footage as I don’t watch something I can already guess a to z) It was upsetting, but it’s like another day there…
    p. s. Skipped through the video, searched the entire platform, result: as expected.

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