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New York City Stands With Israel - 28 July 2014

In 1941, Haj Amin al-Husseini fled to Germany and met with Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Joachim Von Ribbentrop and other Nazi leaders. He wanted to persuade them to extend the Nazis’ anti-Jewish program to the Arab world.

In 1941, Haj Amin al-Husseini fled to Germany and met with Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Joachim Von Ribbentrop and other Nazi leaders. He wanted to persuade them to extend the Nazis’ anti-Jewish program to the Arab world.

As of 29 July 2014

As of 29 July 2014

Hamas Spells it Out: Our Aim is the Extermination of the Jews
As the 22nd day of the IDF’s Operation Protective Edge in Gaza draws to a close, MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute) has published a video in which a Hamas cleric lays out the organization’s “doctrine” in its fight against Israel: genocide.
Speaking in a televised address from Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, the preacher said that Hamas’s aim was to “totally exterminate” the Jews living in Israel, because “wherever the Jews lived they spread corruption”.
Terrorist tried to kidnap body of IDF soldier during kibbutz infiltration
During the attempted infiltration into Israel by Gaza terrorists on Monday, a terrorist cell came out of a tunnel near Nahal Oz and fired an anti-tank missile at the base of an IDF watch tower, killing five soldiers.
IDF soldiers on top of the tower shot and struck at least one terrorist who attempted to kidnap a body.

Atlanta Stands With Israel - CNN Center - 25 July 2014

Atlanta Stands With Israel - 23 July 2014

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Poll: Overwhelming Support for IDF Operation, Netanyahu
Ninety-one percent (91%) of Israeli Jews support Israel’s self-defense campaign against terrorism in Gaza, Operation Protective Edge, according to a survey published Monday - and just 4.2% believe the operation is a “mistake.”
Over 1,000 people were polled by Dr. Yuval Feinstein, a Sociology and Political Science researcher at University of Haifa, on their opinions regarding the operation and other current events. All participants were Israeli, Jewish, and over 18.
The survey also revealed that 85% of respondents would only support a cease-fire agreement if Israel eliminated every Hamas rocket and destroyed the full network of terror tunnels before agreeing to do so.
Seventy-seven percent (77%) of Israeli Jews polled “very strongly support” Operation Protective Edge’s airstrikes on Gaza; 17% “support” the airstrikes; and 4.5% had “weak support” for the airstrikes. Just 1.5% of respondents opposed the airstrikes on Gaza.
Similarly, 50% “strongly support” the IDF’s ground offensive in Gaza; 28% “support” the ground campaign and 14% have “weak support” for the campaign. By contrast, only 9% of respondents oppose sending ground troops into Gaza.
Eighty-two percent (82%) of respondents “strongly disagree” with the statement “Israel launching Operation Protective Edge was a mistake”; 11% only “slightly disagree.” Just 7% of respondents “agree” or “strongly agree” with that statement.
As to the operation’s success, 74% of respondents overall believe the IDF is “achieving its goals” in Gaza; of those, 23% “very strongly agree” and 51% “strongly agree.” Just 22.5% of respondents were neutral on the issue and only 3% believe the operation is failing.
Ninety-five percent (95%) of respondents said the operation has “made them proud of the IDF, the State of Israel, and the Jewish people,” and only 2% disagreed with that statement.
Respondents were also questioned on events surrounding the many protests for and against the operation over the past several weeks, which have seen protestors arrested in Tel Aviv and Haifa.
Fifty-seven percent (57%) of respondents “strongly agree” to the suggestion that protests against the IDF should be outlawed; 17% agreed. In addition, nearly half - 49% - of respondents believed that anti-IDF protestors should be tried for treason against the State.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has a very high approval rating, according to the survey: 65% are “very satisfied” with Netanyahu’s handling of the operation, 20% are “satisfied” with his leadership and only 10% are “not satisfied” with the Prime Minister.
A surprising third (34%) of respondents also said that Israeli Arabs “cannot be trusted” and are “a security risk,” vs. just 12% who insist that they “can be trusted” and 15% who believe they “are not a security risk.”
Despite all of the above, the majority of respondents still insist that Israel must implement a “Two-State Solution” for peace - some 42%. Just 20% of respondents preferred the crowning of Jordan as a Palestinian state and only 10% agreed to any form of annexation for Judea-Samaria and Gaza. 
Five IDF soldiers killed during attempted terror tunnel infiltration from Gaza - PRAY FOR THE FAMILIES
The IDF announced Tuesday that five soldiers were killed in an attempted infiltration into Israel on Monday via a cross-border tunnel from Gaza.
During the infiltration, a terrorist cell came out of a tunnel near Nahal Oz and fired an anti-tank missile at the base of an IDF watch tower, killing five soldiers.
IDF soldiers on top of the tower shot and killed at least one terrorist who attempted to kidnap a body.
The five fallen soldiers were identified Tuesday morning as Sergeant Daniel Kedmi, 18, of Tzofim; Sergeant Barkai Yishai Shor, 21, of Jerusalem; Sergeant Sagi Erez, 19, of Kiryat Ata; Sergeant Dor Dery, 18, of Jerusalem; Sgt. Nadav Raimond, 19, from Shadmot Dvora.
All five soldiers had been part of a commanders’ training course.
Hamas terrorists claimed in a statement their “fighters” had killed 10 Israeli soldiers in the incident before returning home safely.
Residents of the kibbutz and nearby communities were asked to remain in their homes earlier on Monday evening due to the suspected security incident.
After the infiltration, the IDF warned thousands of Palestinians to flee their homes in areas around Gaza City. Such warnings usually precede retaliatory strikes.
The killing of the five soldiers near Nahal Oz brings the total number of IDF fatalities to 53. Earlier on Monday, four more IDF soldiers were killed in a mortar shell attack on the Eshkol Regional Council.  
An additional soldier, St.-Sgt. Moshe Davino, 20, from Jerusalem, was killed in battle when a terrorist cell fired an anti-tank missile at a D-9 armored bulldozer he was in, on Monday afternoon.
In total, ten IDF soldiers were killed on Monday, day 21 of Operation Protective Edge. 

Marseille, France Stands With Israel - 27 July 2014 

"We shall overcome!!!" - Gal Gadot

"We shall overcome!!!" - Gal Gadot