Supporting Israel in the middle of New York City looks like THIS!

by Leah Rosenberg

Supporting Israel is easy AND fun! Doesn’t it sound great to sing Israel’s national anthem, Hatikvah, in the middle of Times Square in New York City?

Times Square

Times Square is a prime location for having rallies, demonstrations, and any other type of gathering. It catches people’s attention. It’s a popular tourist location as well. So Times Square is the PERFECT location for a gathering to support Israel. And what better way to support Israel than to sing its national anthem in public like this? It sounds beautiful to hear so many come together for Israel. The more people who see this, the more they will see the truth about how beautiful of a country Israel is.

The Other Side

When there are anti-Israel demonstrations, people chant “Death to Israel!” They promote violence. They definitely DO NOT promote peace.

The pro-Israel side wants peace. They want to spread the truth. They definitely DO NOT want violence, death, or war. War is just the result of Israel defending itself against the constant threats of its terrorist neighbors.

The contrast between the two sides is so obvious, and anyone who misses it is just foolish.

Supporting Israel

It really doesn’t have to be difficult or inconvenient to support the one democracy in the Middle East. Who wouldn’t want to fight for the truth, for the “good guys?” Although the media makes it seem like Israel is the bad guy, if you don’t support Israel, you are supporting Hamas and terrorism. It’s that simple.

So if you want to support Israel, you can share the truth. You can rally for democracy, freedom, and equality – which is what Israel represents. Supporting Israel can even mean coming to visit the beautiful and free country and seeing the truth for yourself.

Or you can always just sing for Israel in Times Square!

David Friedman Arugot Farm

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