Stand Up Against Boycotting Israel

Hat tip to Fousequawk

As you have probably heard, Stevie Wonder cancelled his scheduled performance at the annual Friends of the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) event on December 6 in Los Angeles. Anti-Israel and anti-Semitic groups associated with the boycott movement against Israel relentlessly pressured him until he finally agreed to cancel.

We, the undersigned, stand together in support of the State of Israel. We call upon all people who side with freedom, to stand up against this boycott movement. We stand up for the State of Israel in its struggle to protect its citizens from rocket attacks and other terror attacks.

We stand for democratic values, peaceful coexistence, and a safe and secure Israel. Israel is the only free democracy in the Middle East with equal rights for all its citizens, regardless of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. Israel stands on the front line of the free world in the fight against terrorism.

I am adding my voice to this petition and I stand against the boycott movement. Boycotting Israel serves no constructive purpose and only undermines peace efforts.

Thank you.

That is the wording for the petition that Stand With Israel.  Now that the United Nations Tower of Babel has declared that the Palestinians Fakistinians have been given the Land of Israel, the anti-Semites of the world are now demanding that nobody buy Israeli products, nobody visit Israel.  Heck pretty soon they will demand it become a world-wide boycott of Jewish goods.

Just like old times!


That image will be recreated in every city in Europe, in the US.  Why not?  It is open season on Jews and Israel.

Tell the world that you Stand with Israel and not with the terrorists.  Sign the Petition.   Let your voice be heard!

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  • Georgia

    Why not publish a list of Israeli-made goods we can buy to support Israel?

    Here is one site that promotes Israeli goods:

  • If you do I will keep on to read it.

  • W. C. Taqiyya

    Poor Stevie Wonder. He’s blind as a bat, what choice did he have? Heck, if he didn’t do what his handlers told him, he might soon be falling down some stairs or left all alone in the bathroom, if you know what I mean. So, let’s not be so fast to hate on him. Plus, he’s a really funny singer. Anyway, I would like to see a list of Israel made products we can buy in America. I’m particularly interested in cured hams, wines, frozen shrimp, fruit and goat cheese. For the holidays. Plus, I’m not positive I know what Rule 5 is, so can we see more of it to help me decide? And, I have no clue what Rule 1, 2, 3 and 4 are. Can a smart person help me out and shouldn’t we just delete them? Furthermore, if it’s not already taken, can I invent Rule 6 please? My proposed Rule 6 would be pictures of pretty, scantily yet tastefully clad Jewish women. Rule 7 we can give to the oriental girls and so forth. You know, inclusiveness, non-discrimination and tolerance. Merry Christmas all.

    • While you will not get hams or shrimp from Israel here are a couple of products you can get:

      Ahava Dead Sea Minerals
      They will make nice baskets for the wife, girlfriend or both.

      Israeli Wines Direct
      Fine wines and spirits grown and made in Israel.

      Max Brenner Chocolates
      While not cheese, they are some of the finest chocolates in the world.

      I hope these help.

      • W. C. Taqiyya

        Thank you, those links are helpful. While probably not kosher in the strict sense of the term, I was kinda hoping there were some smart Israeli businesses out there who might provide the very popular pork and shellfish products most gentiles will kill to eat. And, by kill, I mean spend a lot of money for. I’m thinking they might even be able to make and market those products at a lower price. Anybody who can turn wasteland into some of the best farmland in the world, can perform wonders, no? And forget about the quality, you know you will always get super high quality. Hopefully, some Israelis will read this post, use my ideas and send me money. Hey, the Jewish people catch a lot of flack for being cheap, but the truth is, most of us are cheap. I know I am. I mean frugal. Yeah, frugal. And, forget about the Dutch, they might be the most ‘frugal’ of all. They are unbelievably ‘frugal’. I won’t ever work for one, I don’t mind telling you. Super good to know I don’t need to buy Dutch chocolate ever again. No offense to all those cute Dutch girls of course. And please don’t even get me started on the Scots, Germans and Poles. Talk about your stupid, stingy drunks. Thanks again for the links.

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