1,709,900 Arab full voting citizens in Israel. Meanwhile, 12 Jews alive in Egypt, 45 in Yemen, 50 in Syria and 0 in Saudi Arabia.

JudenFree

The numbers tell the true story. Racial cleansing in most Mideast countries copied Juden Free efforts by Nazi Germany in the 1930s, forcing Jews to leave or face the consequences. This tragic photo is from that period.

While the U.S. White house is moaning about why one political party in Israel complained about “droves” of voters being driven by foreigners to polls in a “get out the vote” effort, the racist, apartheid policies of the Promised Land’s neighbors go unspoken.

Forgetting Gaza and the West Bank – where there have been no elections for a decade – and ignoring American apologists, who complain that Israel is never sufficiently democratic, looking around the Mideast one learns that the “Juden Free” movement did not die with our victory in World War II, but has continued unabated in many Arab nations.

For example, Mexico has 1.5 times the population of Egypt, and 5,618 times as many Jews. Even more unbelievable, Afghanistan has one. And there is probably not one Jew alive in either Saudi Arabia or Iraq, except some brave U.S. soldiers entrusted with protecting local human rights that don’t exist in much profusion.

Whenever there is a natural disaster and Israel sends the Israel Defense Force and others to help neighboring nations, even 100 Jewish Israelis would eclipse the Jewish population of places like Bahrain (36 Jews), Lebanon (40 Jews), Yemen (45 Jews), Syria (50 Jews) or Algeria (50 Jews).

Lest you think that Jews live in large numbers only in the U.S. and Israel, justifying these tiny numbers in Arab countries, look at other populations of Jews in not the most Jewish-friendly countries: Turkey (17,300 Jews), Panama (10,000 Jews), Columbia (4,500 Jews), or Costa Rica (2,500 Jews). For a complete list go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_population_by_country.

Where is the outrage when a country with 26.5 million people – Afghanistan – has one Jewish resident, or 0.00000314239% of the population? Instead, the pundits at George Soros’ J Street, NYT and the Christian Science Monitor are obsessed with Israel, where more than 20% of the population are Arabs with full rights as citizens.

If you want the President to treat Israel with the same respect it treats racist Arab nations, end his bickering with Israel, and explain these statistics to his errant State Department, please write:

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

6 responses

  1. A good blog, presenting important and little known facts. I am proud that the United States has the highest number and percentage (excluding Israel itself) of Jews in the world.

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  2. Great article. Until the 1940s, the largest single population of Jews in the world was actually in Baghdad (at 50% Jewish). The rapid absorption of Middle Eastern Jews in Israel after 1948 is a fascinating story. Tragically for the Palestinian Arabs, they were not absorbed into the neighboring Arab states. In some cases, they have still not been accorded citizenship in countries that that they have lived in for three generations.

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  3. Reblogged this on Hail & Grapeshot and commented:
    With all of the hoopla about Bibi’s recent election win, it’s important to remember that Israel is the only free democracy in the Middle East. While you might not like the outcome of this latest election, bear in mind that the criticism being directed at Israel is made possible solely BECAUSE it is democratic. This fact alone should be enough to temper some of the vitriol being spewed around by those who have an ideological axe to grind.

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  4. http://www.saudibusinesspages.com/browse/churches/
    about 22. at least half are Catholic. one LDS, one Orthodox, a few appear to be Protestant.
    maybe they are elsewhere, but i see no Synagogue, Buddhist temple, or anything that appears to be Sikh or Hindu (but I’m not religious…)

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