24 Sep

Terrorized Israelis Are Supported through Community Solidarity

Terrorized Israelis Are Supported through Community Solidarity

Solidarity was chosen as the main theme of a communal gathering for Israel as its civilians are in constant lone wolf terror attacks. The gathering took place on October 20 last year at Temple Emmanuel and was conducted by the Rocky Mountain Rabbinical Council, JCRC, and JEWISHcolorado. The Temple Emmanuel was flocked by those who support Israel, both Jewish and non-Jewish, with Faith Bible Chapel sending a contingent to the gathering. Joe Black, a senior rabbi in Temple Emmanuel started the program that lasted for an hour. He began the program with a call for unity and sending criticism at the media.

Israel consul for political affairs, Yaki Lopez, updated the gathering through a phone call made from the LA-based Israeli Consulate. https://multipoker88.net informed that as of October 20, 2017, there have been 10 Israel civilians killed in the past month and there were 120 individuals injuredùsome were left in critical condition. On the same day, another two attacks took place, killing one person and leaving others injured. The clergy then proceeded with reading the names of those who recovered from their injuries. Governor John Hickenlooper recorded a statement that was broadcast to the gathering, stating that support for Israel must be given to help civilians cope with difficult times.

Terrorized Israelis Are Supported through Community SolidarityPeace in the Middle East has been attempted through the years in a lot of different ways. Said attempts can be traced back to the Khartoum Resolution in 1967in which the Arab League declared the 3 no’s: no negotiations with Israel, no recognition of Israel, and no peace with Israel. The Palestinian incitement is attributed as the cause for 1.6 million Arab citizens in Israel turning on their fellow Israeli Jewish citizens. The JEWISHcolorado’s new Israeli emissary, Osnat Fox, stated that Jewish people should not let fear overcome them.