11 August 2015

A Question For American Zionist Jews

26 Menachem Av 5775

If the United States went to war against Israel, how do you think it would affect you?

"...Annex III section 2.10 [of the new accord reached with Iran] obligates the United States to defend Iran’s nuclear infrastructure. This effectively means that the United States will be at war with Israel, if Israel chooses to use its military option (including but not limited to cyber-warfare)." (Source)

"In an interview published by the German newspaper Der Spiegel on Aug. 8, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said: “Ultimately it is very clear, one way or another, Iran’s military nuclear program must be stopped. We will act in any way, including taking military action, and are not willing to tolerate a nuclear-armed Iran. We prefer that this be done by means of sanctions, but in the end, Israel should be able to defend itself.” (Source)

I hope some of you will respond in the comments section below.


  1. Jews are given a choice; either become Torah Jews living in Eretz Israel or die out as a individual and a community. According to the Pew Research Institute http://www.pewforum.org/2013/10/01/jewish-american-beliefs-attitudes-culture-survey/ there is a 79% intermarriage rate. 67% of Secular Jews are not raising their children Jewish, Jews are not having children. a Fertility Rate of 1.4 (Replacement is 2) and Jews are now older; the majority of Jew in the US are over 55. The Jewish population in the Diaspora is either making Aliyah or dying out. Those Jews that still live in the Diaspora will convert to anything else to hide their Jewishness; http://www.breslev.co.il/articles/breslev/baal_shem_tov_and_students/under_the_tzaddiks_wing.aspx?id=28016&language=english.
    Rabbi Yehuda Zev Leibowitz said before he died that Bibi won't be allowed (from Above) to attack Iran. - See more at: http://lazerbrody.typepad.com/lazer_beams/page/3/#sthash.za1xz1lJ.dpuf

  2. I guess I'm not an American anymore but was recently enough to say that the thought of this makes me feel as though I could faint. Perhaps it would be, heaven forbid, similar to the feeling german jews had during wwII.

  3. The Klausenberger Rebbe said way back in 1956 that the safest and best place to live as a yid is in Erez Yisrael.The Rebbe said that moving to Eretz Yisrael needs to be done with out calculations.