Skip to comments.Jewish Pride and Patriotism
Posted on 09/03/2020 4:45:46 AM PDT by Kaslin
Editor's Note: This piece was co-authored by Bruce Abramson.
With little fanfare, the 2020 Republican National Convention highlighted several sources of great pride for the American Jewish community.
Secretary Pompeos speech from the very heart of the Jewish people, with the Western Wall and Temple Mount as backdrophighlighted the deep, warm relationship between the United States and the Jewish State. Pompeos message illustrated that the bond far transcends military and intelligence cooperation; it grows from a visceral kinship between these two covenantal nations. This very city of G-d, intoned Pompeo, Jerusalem, the rightful capital of the Jewish homeland.
Amen and Hallelujah.
President Trumps speechalong with those of Vice President Pence and numerous othersreinforced the centrality of Israels wellbeing to Americas worldview. Trumps personal pride in keeping his promise to recognize Jerusalem is palpable. Nor is it mere symbolism; the Presidents 2017 National Security Strategy provided a clear vision of a world aligned with both American interests and values: Strong sovereign states, proud and confident in their own traditions, respecting their people and striving for peace with their neighbors. No country better exemplifies that vision than Israel. Recognizing Jerusalem as Israels capital is, as the President often notes, recognizing reality. A Middle East policy based on reality: How simple. How revolutionary.
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“A Middle East policy based on reality: How simple. How revolutionary.”
The horror. The horror./s
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