IsraAID, the Israeli government’s foreign aid agency, provides food, clothing, medical, and logistical support to the nonwhite invaders of Europe in Greece, Croatia, and Germany, in “cooperation with the Jewish community of that [latter] country.”
At the same time that it pays the nonwhite invaders to enter Europe, Israel refuses to allow a single “refugee” into its territory and instead has built a large wall to keep them—and all non-Jews—out of the Jewish country.
Although reports had emerged earlier about the Jewish aid being given to the nonwhite invasion force as it lands on the Greek islands, the full extent of their promotion of the invasion has been revealed by IsraAID speakers at the recent American Israel Political Action Committee (AIPAC) conference in Washington DC.
A video released by AIPAC (see it in full below) shows three IsraAID speakers, Yotam Polizer, Global Partnership Director; Dr. Iris Adler, an Israeli medical doctor who works on Lesbos in Greece, and Navonel Glick, the organization’s Chief Operating Officer, speaking before the conference.
All three engage in the by now standard extreme Jewish hypocrisy of posing as “humanitarians” helping “fleeing refugees”—while ignoring the fact that these very same “refugees” are barred by walls and military weapons from seeking “asylum” in Israel.
Polizer, for example, tells the audience that the Jews “draw on our own history of tragedy and triumph” as an inspiration to “protect, feed, clothe, and comfort” the invaders—forgetting to add that this “protection” is only applied in European countries, and not the Jewish state.
Adler then describes how they help invader boats ashore and offer immediate free medical assistance to anyone who needs it, as the invaders “arrive daily from Turkey to Europe to what they perceive to be safety.”
This is, of course, nonsense and hypocrisy—nonsense because the invaders are not in any danger in Turkey, where many of them have lived for years, and hypocrisy because it would have been much easier, geographically speaking, to have sought “asylum” in Israel—a nation which shares a border with Syria.
But, of course, the Jewish state does not allow non-Jewish “refugees” in at all, and only supports them when they go to European countries.
Adler said that the invaders “arrive by the thousands every day,” and although “at first it is chaos, we help the people to dry land, we bring them to shore, and we ask them who needs a doctor?”
She adds, to applause from the Jewish lobby, that her team has already this year helped with the delivery on the beach of four babies: “Achmed, Ghassan, Asmal, and Ramadan.”
Glick then describes how his organization provides “aid” to refugees everywhere except Israel—in Jordan, northern Iraq, and, of course, Europe.
“In Croatia, we help them along their journey, handing out food and water,” he says.
“And in Germany in partnership with the country’s Jewish community, we help the refugees cope with the effects of trauma,” Glick says, ending with the claim that “as an Israeli, it is my responsibility to do my part where I can.”
“Doing his part” to help the nonwhite invaders does not apply in Israel, however—only in non-Jewish countries.
As the New Observer earlier reported, the Israeli government has refused to accept any “refugees” from Syria or Africa—and is building a new wall to keep them out.
An official statement from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said that “Israel is a small country, a very small country, that lacks demographic and geographic depth. Therefore, we must control our borders, against both illegal migrants and terrorism.
Israel’s official view on barring Syrian “refugees” was also detailed in the LA Times of September 6, 2015 (“One country that won’t be taking Syrian refugees: Israel”), where Netanyahu repeated his assertion that Israel’s “lack of demographic and geographic depth” required controlling its borders against both “illegal migrants and terrorism.”