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The IDF is fighting a brave and courageous war, using all its might to destroy HAMAS.

A war that must and will end in total victory, as asserted by PM Benjamin Netanyahu.

At the same time, Israel must emphatically fight the diplomatic / propaganda war, a war that must be fought and won on many levels.

In our last posting on February 27th, we emphasized that we can not win the military war without winning the Propaganda War.

How do we go about doing it?

We began by, and repeat the imperative of defending our Legal Rights, taking the Government of Israel to task, to remind the world about the 1920 San Remo Resolution, called Israel’s Magna Carta by then UK Foreign Minister Lord Curson, and considered the most important event in Israel’s history, by Chaim Weizmann, Israel’s first President.

And now, over 100 years hence, we ask the GOI to declare San Remo a National Holiday called:


We ask that a BILL introduced in the Knesset to be voted on, be given the time and attention to be read and be given official imprimatur, and made public by the upcoming 104th anniversary on April 20th.

Such a step will be the first official recognition by Israel declaring her LEGAL AND HISTORIC RIGHTS TO THE LAND.

It is a long overdue, and an arduous task—but it must be done without further delay, by all those guided by a moral compass.

We trust that all of you with us, will sign and urge ten more of your friends and family to sign our petition.


Our Motto: Educate Yourself and then Educate Others

With Antisemitism spreading like wild fire, including at higher Educational institutions, -- Ivy League Universities, shamelessly harassing Jewish students, the antidote is knowledge.

Quoting National Post Journalist, Barbara Kay, in a speech given at a recent celebration honouring her by CAEF: Young Jews must be hardened against the torment they face in universities.  Read here.

Barbara Kay has repeatedly recommended a book by the late Salomon Benzimra, Co-Founder with Goldi Steiner of CILR: The Jewish People’s Rights to the Land of Israel, saying that “this book should be on the shelf of every library."

In an article on April 17, 2018, Babara Kay wrote: The Jewish People's Rights to the Land of Israel should be on the reading list of all university courses dealing with the Middle East, and a handout at anti-Israel rallies. it’s a useful crash course for politicians. But reporters on the Middle East beat need it most of all.


Propaganda / Misinformation Campaign

In Hamas’ words, attacks on Israeli civilians on October 7th were neither antisemitic nor a form of terrorism, but was ARMED RESISTANCE AGAINST ISRAEL’s COLONIZATON.

This brings us back to the fundamental questions dealing with who controls this piece of land.

Veteran historian Prof. Yoav Gelber lists a series of profound differences between Zionism and colonialism.

Let us take a lesson from the teachings of Prof. Yoav Gelber on the difference between colonialism and Zionism.  Read here.


In Tribute to the late PM Brian Mulroney, we remember his staunch support for Israel

"I think that Canada could have only one position — complete, blanket support for Israel and unrelenting denunciation of a jihadist criminal group, namely Hamas," said Mulroney, who served as prime minister from 1984 to 1993. 

Former Canadian PM Brian Mulroney Speaks at World Jewish Congress Herzl award ceremony



On December 29, 2023, South Africa filed an application instituting proceedings against Israel before the International Court of Justice.

Following is an in-depth legal analysis by Andrew Tucker defying the proceedings—defending  Israel against crimes of ‘genocide’.

Tucker is an attorney with an expertise in International law. He also serves as the International Advisory for Christians for Israel International after formerly serving as their executive director for over a decade. And is part of the Israel Allies Foundation.


Israeli parliament backs Netanyahu’s rejection of a Palestinian state as Proposed by US President Biden

Lawmakers vote to support PM’s rejection of any ‘unilateral’ recognition of a Palestinian state.

Israeli lawmakers have voted to back Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rejection of any “unilateral” recognition of a Palestinian state as international calls have grown for the revival of Palestinian statehood negotiations.

Wednesday’s symbolic declaration, issued during Israel’s war on Gaza, also received backing from members of the opposition with 99 of 120 lawmakers voting in support, a Knesset spokesperson said.  Read here.


Former Ambassador David Friedman

Former Ambassador David Friedman's proposal: "protects Israel's security, respects biblical covenants and affords civil rights and human dignity to all."  Read here.


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