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Netanyahu, Right-Wing Jews, and the Gay Agenda in Israel


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Jerusalem, the Holy City, has been a stage for one of the unholiest act on the Earth according to the holiest Jewish traditions: celebration of homosexuality.

Not only left-wing Jews have celebrated this unholy act. Right-wing Jews have also taken part.

The Knesset, Israel’s Parliament, officially designated February 23, 2016, as the State of Israel’s LGBT Rights Day. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rarely appears in the Knesset on Tuesdays, but he arrived especially to participate in the “first designated LGBT Rights Day.”

He spoke to homosexual activists who were gathered at the Knesset.

“I came here in the middle of my schedule, which was no less busy, to say one sentence to the members of the LGBT community: ‘Every man was created in the image of God,’” he said, according to the Jerusalem Post. “That is the idea brought by our nation to mankind thousands of years ago, and it is the principle that must guide our national lives today.”

Everybody was created in God’s image, but their behavior is not always reflective of God’s image.

The ancient principle, engraved in the Holy Jewish Scriptures (known as the Old Testament among Christians), is that people created in God’s image should not engage in behaviors contrary to God’s image. Among these behaviors is homosexuality, which the Jewish Scriptures call “abhorrence.”

“Do not lie with a male as one lies with a woman; it is an abhorrence.” (Leviticus 18:22 The Jewish Study Bible: Second Edition. Oxford University Press. 2014)

To use “God’s image” in people to glorify their homosexual behavior was not God’s original intent for Israel and the world. Homosexuality affronts God’s image.

Reinforcing Netanyahu’s words praising people for their homosexual behavior, his Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a public international video that it is proud that Israel is the homosexual capital of the Middle East.

MK Amir Ohana said at the Knesset that the LGBT community is 10 percent of the Israeli population and is discriminated against under law.

In 2015 Netanyahu noted that Ohana, who was Israel’s new Interior Minister, was the first openly gay representative to be elected to the Knesset from Netanyahu’s Likud Party, which is a right-wing party. He predicted that Ohana would be an excellent MK.

In his inaugural speech, Ohana, who lives with his homosexual partner, mentioned the different components of his identity: “Jewish, Israeli, Mizrahi [Sephardic], gay, a Likudnik, security-minded, liberal, a supporter of the free market, and a father.”

Ohana, who is also a veteran of the Shin Bet security agency, has promoted the homosexual agenda as the founder and chairman of the Likud Pride Group, which is the largest right-wing homosexual group in Israel.

Ohad Attya, a gay activist in Likud, said, “The idea that if you are gay you have to be a leftist is false.”

The absurd figure of 10 percent of homosexuals in the general population defended by Ohana was invented by Alfred Kinsey, but it was scientifically debunked by the Jewish-American researcher Dr. Judith Reisman.

Homosexuals are no more than 2 or 3 percent of the general population. If this number rises someday, it is because the massive homosexual propaganda in the social media and schools has been successful. But without propaganda, their numbers are insignificant.

Yet, is not the Torah, the Jewish Scriptures, enough to debunk lies about homosexuality? In fact, the Torah has been exposing and condemning homosexuality for thousands of years.

Even so, modern Israel is in direction contrary to its most sacred traditions.

More than 200,000 people packed Tel Aviv’s streets on 2017 for the annual LGBT Pride Parade, making it the largest-ever gay parade in the Middle East and Asia, according to the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality.

“Tel Aviv Pride Parade is not just a celebration, but also an important declaration of support. Tel Aviv, which has already been acknowledged as the world’s ‘most gay-friendly city,’ will continue to be a light-house city, spreading the values of freedom, tolerance and democracy to the world,” said Mayor Ron Huldai.

Gay parade in Jerusalem

Even Jerusalem has not been left untouched by homosexual advances. In 2016 and 2017 over forty-five thousand homosexual Israelis packed the streets of the Holy City with rainbow flags, marching proudly and resolutely for what was billed as the “Jerusalem March For Pride and Tolerance.”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed homosexual activists and participants in Jerusalem’s 2016 gay pride parade in a video message, saying that they are an inseparable part of Israeli society.

“The march today in Jerusalem isn’t only a march of the LGBT community,” said Netanyahu in the video posted to his Facebook page. “It’s not a march exclusive for a specific group. It’s a march for us. It’s a march for unity. Our brothers and sisters in the community are part and parcel of us, of Israeli society. We are all one family. We respect one another and accept one another with respect and equality. We all have the right and obligation to accept one another without exceptions, regardless of religion, race or sexual preference. We are all created in the image of God. We are all Israelis, we are all citizens of the state, we are one people.”

In two versions of a video posted to Facebook, one in English and the other in Hebrew, Netanyahu clearly positioned himself as a vocal supporter, endorsing the sentiment of the marchers and slamming critics who painted their efforts in a negative light.

“Sadly, some elements of our society are still not yet ready to accept the LGBT community,” he said. “My solemn promise to you today is to continue fostering respect for all of Israel’s citizens, without exception.”

Netanyahu’s public addresses on the subject are fascinating because he is the leader of the most right-wing coalition government in Israel’s history.

A right-wing administration in Israel not only has not saved Israel from the gay ideology, but has actually joined the Left to support it.

One of the best barometers of the homosexual activists’ rising influence is that right-wing politicians are shifting their perception of the gay agenda. In the United States, leaders of the Republican Party have been attempting to convince their base of Christian conservative constituents that a pro-homosexuality realignment is needed.

In the Republican National Committee’s now infamous “autopsy report,” compiled by party elders after Mitt Romney’s loss in 2012, they said: “We need to campaign among… gay Americans and demonstrate we care about them, too.” Senator Marco Rubio, who is a Catholic neocon, warned his party of the costs of non-adherence to the gay agenda.

Following this neocon stance, the Trump administration has been marked not only by non-opposition to the homosexual agenda but also by efforts to pressure other nations to accept it.

Put another way, the LGBT activism and its demands have become too important and financially too seductive for right-wing politicians to ignore.

Israel, as no other nation, knows that the homosexual behavior brings total destruction, because it has the valuable testimony of the Jewish Scriptures, which are not legend, but a faithful and divine reminder. Even so, Israel and its left-wing and right-wing leaders seek alliances with homosexual activists who celebrate their immoral lifestyles.

The Israeli economy gained at least 100 million shekels (around $28 million) from the influx of foreign homosexuals who traveled to Israel to take part in Tel Aviv Pride Parade in 2017.

Nadav Peretz — owner of OUTstanding Travel — told that these homosexual tourists “become ambassadors for the liberal and progressive Israel.”

“It might sound weird,” he said, “but they are the ‘new evangelicals.’ They speak well about Israel and can’t wait to return.”

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