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Thursday, May 9, 2019

Watch: Israeli PM Insulting Entire Arab world "Israel Is Beacon Of Light In The Darkness Of The Middle East"

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Watch: PM Netanyahu's Greeting for Israel's 71st Independence Day.
Israel is one of the smallest countries in the world, yet a blessing to the entire world .
Unlike any other Middle Eastern nation, Israel is the one country in the Middle East where women enjoy equality and minorities thrive. women are at the forefront of many aspects of Israeli society. Israel has always had at least one woman on its Supreme Court, and Israel is the only country in the Middle East to elect a woman, Golda Meir, to the position of prime minister.
Israel is the only country in the entire Middle East where women are free, Christians are protected, and minorities are flourishing.
This is what the media does not want you to know about Israel.
Warm regards from Jerusalem on Israel's Independence Day. It's a remarkable day of celebration because the Jewish people have achieved something that no other people have achieved. We are the only people who live in the same land, with the same name, speak the same language and have the same faith as we had 3,000 years ago. But what an odyssey did we undergo; such trials and tribulations and suffering and wandering. But we came back to our land and 71 years ago we reclaimed our independence. We built a state. We built an army. We built our land. We built a thriving economy that is a wonder to the entire world. We are a hub of innovation like no other. And we've built a democratic, free society for Jews and non-Jews alike that is a beacon of light in the heart of the Middle East. This is what Israel is. It's a hope among the nations and a hope for the nations. Yes, we still have antisemitism. Yes, we have those who slander us. But more and more people around the world see the truth about our achievement, about our freedom, about our hope. I know that you share this hope and you share this pride and I thank you for celebrating Israel's Independence Day with us. Chag Sameach [Happy holiday].