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Throughout the history, events unfolded along the patterns of the Jewish people's "overall performance": when they turned their backs to the Creator and His Book of Life - he turned His back to their plight, effectively 'throwing the book at them'.
Let the politicians have it out in parliament and let the journalists lose their heads (if they stick'em in the wrong hot spots) - these global issues will not be solved in a logical manner.
As private individuals, we needn't be worried by what the EU - or for that matter the UAE - thinks of Israel. We only have to ask ourselves: "as people hailing from a pedigree that brought civilisation so much greatness, are we doing our part properly?".
Once we put our house in order, all the other pieces shall fall nicely into place.
Fact: since 1948 Israel has gone from being a backwater in the middle east to becoming the most progressive success story of the twentieth century.
Despite absorption of refugees from dozens of countries
Despite immigrants speaking a virtual hotchpotch of languages
Despite unceasing wars and skirmishes
Despite a succession of short lived governments
Despite a local workforce of only 50%
Despite a geography that has only 50% of arable land
Despite many other factors working against her, Israel has excelled in more areas than any other country in the world.
Be it science or medicine, armaments and strategy, charity and society, agriculture and botany, information and semiconductor technology, literature and arts, aviation and navyation, mathematics and physics, town and urban development, road and rail unfrastructure, which were nearly all non-existent 70 years ago!
Just a little thought. . .
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