Zionist Jews harassed on Israeli campuses

On university campuses in Jerusalem, those Jews who most identify with the Zionist mission of resettling the land in line with biblical precepts are being compared to history’s most vile enemies of the Jewish people.

Members of the right-wing student group Im Tirzu (If You Wish It) told Israel National News that left-wing, liberal student groups have begun to openly harass them.

The left-wingers use Nazi symbols and calls of “fascists” to identify their right-wing counterparts.

The deputy chairman of Im Tirzu, Amit Barak, said that at a recent lecture by the group’s founder, left-wing students insisted that he end the speech with “Heil Hitler.” At around the same time, a left-wing student newspaper featured a caricature likening Im Tirzu to the Ku Klux Klan.

While the Jews who today live in Judea and Samaria, and are represented by groups like Im Tirzu, were sent by past Israeli governments with the backing of the whole nation, in the midst of today’s land-for-peace process they have been turned into national pariahs.

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Zionist Jews harassed on Israeli campuses

On university campuses in Jerusalem, those Jews who most identify with the Zionist mission of resettling the land in line with biblical precepts are being compared to history’s most vile enemies of the Jewish people.

Members of the right-wing student group Im Tirzu (If You Wish It) told Israel National News that left-wing, liberal student groups have begun to openly harass them.

The left-wingers use Nazi symbols and calls of “fascists” to identify their right-wing counterparts.

The deputy chairman of Im Tirzu, Amit Barak, said that at a recent lecture by the group’s founder, left-wing students insisted that he end the speech with “Heil Hitler.” At around the same time, a left-wing student newspaper featured a caricature likening Im Tirzu to the Ku Klux Klan.

While the Jews who today live in Judea and Samaria, and are represented by groups like Im Tirzu, were sent by past Israeli governments with the backing of the whole nation, in the midst of today’s land-for-peace process they have been turned into national pariahs.

Read Entire Story in Israel Today http://www.israeltoday.co.il/default.aspx?tabid=178&nid=20168

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