In an interview with the BBC, Emmanuel Nahshon also defends Israel's refusal to grant migrants asylum because it would bring in more asylum seekers.15:21 06.02.16 | 0 comments
The findings of the survey are perfectly understandable. Uprooting and moving to uncertainty and a poorer environment (as the new Palestine would certainly be) is only for the desperate, the very strong or those with strong religious/political convictions. Even under the conditions of the Third Reich many Jews who had the ability to leave stuck with the devil they knew (or thought they knew). The vast majority of those who did move chose other developed countries rather than risk the Zionist dream. Was a Jew who chose Brooklyn any less Jewish than one who went to Palestine?