Ms. Shtrasler is correct, both about the shame the world nations felt about not having done enough to save European Jewry and about the growing feeling that the Holocaust does not mean a blank check for Israel to do whatever it pleases despite international opprobrium. The Israeli government seems to be telling friends and foes alike to go to hell. That is both ungrateful and unwise. Most Americans alive today had nothing to do with the refusal of the U.S. government to do more to save the Jews of Europe. The majority of Americans still support a Jewish state in Israel despite this, but they are becoming increasingly exasperated with the guilt trip being placed on them about the Holocaust,that they should support the Israeli government no matter what it does because of the suffering of Europe's Jews in World War II.
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