Victor Sharpe explains Jewish continuity in Israel.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Nothing could attest to that fact more than the Israel-Arab conflict, which in reality is the Israel-Islamist conflict.
This is not a territorial dispute between Israel and those Arabs who call themselves Palestinians, though it is framed as such. No, the stark reality of the Muslim war against the Jewish state is rooted in one fundamental fact: namely, the unchangeable refusal by Muslims to ever accept a non-Islamic nation in territory once conquered in the name of Allah, even if that nation -- the Jewish nation -- precedes Islam by millennia.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/12/israel_some_basic_facts.html#ixzz1hLb5JIuO
An interview with Netherlands Chief Rabbi Binyomin Jacobs begins with the following paragraph.
“People often insult me in public. It can happen almost anywhere, such as at the train station in Rotterdam or in the center of Amersfoort, the town where I live. For instance, someone may shout at me ‘Yehoud’ — a negative term for a Jew in Arabic. When I walked home from our synagogue a few years ago, a child of about 10 years old shouted out ‘Dirty stinking Jew.’
The first comment after the article offered this advice.
"So, come home already!
Would it help if we plead? Must you wait until the violence begins? Will you wait even then? Come home to Eretz Yisrael; bring as many Jews as you can with you. We need you but you need us even more. Please, stop the excuses and just come home."
Read full article: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/11019
IsraelMatzav shows a Palestinian video about the holiday season. If you look at the last few seconds of the video, you will see a map of Palestine.