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"The BDS Movement has a radical agenda. The boycotts, divestments, and sanctions do nothing but significantly harm advancements towards peace. They ignore the root cause of Palestinian economic hardship, and furthers said hardship by advocating for actions that damage the Palestinian economy. BDS isolates and degrades one side, instead of concentrating on the discovery of a common ground. BDS is not pro-Palestine, it is pro-hate."
"If the Arab nations, along with Arab Palestinians, accepted the 1947 Partition Plan, and wanted coexistence, there would never be a refugee crisis. Sadly, because of the war, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled to escape the fighting and to avoid advancing Arab armies."
"While a more conservative and aggressive government might indicate signs of a widening gap between peace and its attainability, this rightward slide on the political scale is a result of the notion that security and strength, not peace, represent that most prominent need of the day."
"As a pro-Israel American, I was shocked that such a vehemently anti-Israel politician would have such a large backing for the chairman of a major political party. Congressman Keith Ellison, who has announced his candidacy for chairman of the Democratic National Committee, has a dangerous record in Congress of opposing America’s greatest ally, Israel."
"When President Obama commanded United Nation’s Ambassador Samantha Power to abstain, not veto, the one-sided Security Council resolution that condemned Israeli settlements, he sent a dangerous message to the international community. He gave the UN, and the rapidly growing and strengthening anti-Israel base, more firepower and ammunition to levy attacks against the Jewish State and the Jewish right to self-determination in their historic homeland."
"The unfair notion that Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria are the main obstacle for peace is based upon the offensive double standard that its difficult for Palestinians to live amongst Jews, while any future Palestinian state would most likely be Judenrein."