Tuesday, January 09, 2024

More Jews want to stay in Israel since October 7

One of the assumptions that Israel's enemies love to claim is that the Jewish attachment to Israel is fleeting; that a terror attack is enough to get Jews to flee Israel.

This is what Hassan Nasrallah said in a speech last week, saying that  every Israeli Jew has another passport and their suitcases are packed and ready to go when they find out that Israel is not the land of milk and honey. 

A survey from the Israel Democracy Institute last November proves the opposite.

The percentage of Jews who want to remain in Israel went up after the October 7 terror attacks by over 10 percentage points - 15% more Jews who want to stay compared to only a few months beforehand. 

 Terror attacks make Jews more Zionist, not less. 

In the month after October 7, Israel's Aliyah and Integration Ministry  reported a 149% increase in interest from Jewish French citizens and and an 81% increase from North American Jews in moving to Israel.

Despite some of them spending years studying the Jewish psyche, Israel's enemies remain clueless as to what makes Jews tick. And part of it is that sense of unity and belonging to the same family, especially when there is danger.

"Pro-Palestinian" sentiment is based on hate for Israeli Jews, not on love of Palestinians. Pro-Israel sentiment is based on love of Jews. And that's the way it has always been. 

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