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"With existential threats looming
large, it is understandable why our
Jewish homeland often feels alone.
When President Obama told Israelis
Atem lo levad,"You are not alone: I
was overcome with pride and grati-
tude, confident in the unshakable
bond between our two nations:' said
Safran of Royal Oak.
"Speaking not just to politicians
but instead directly to my peers, the
young adult generation of Israeli soci-
ety, the president of the United States
sent a clear message that America
will always support Israel's right to
defend herself and will forever be a
Jewish State
Kobi Erez, execu-
tive director of the
Zionist Organization
of America-Michigan
Region, said the visit
could be described in
one word: "Pressure
"This highly pub-
licized personal visit
Kobi Erez
was the best way to
pressure Netanyahu
and his new government into freez-
ing settlement building and giving
up even more land for the sake of
restarting negotiations:' he said.
"Obama's message to Israel to stop
its so-called occupation is fundamen-
tally wrong. There is no such thing
as a nation being an occupier in its
own land. If this conflict has taught
us anything, it is that giving more
land in response to terror in order to
stop it only encourages the terrorists
to continue on the same violent path
in the future. Before asking Israel to
give up more land, President Obama
should have asked the Palestinians to
stop educating their children to hate
and kill Jews:'
Bryce Sandler,
citizen activist
who helped intro-
duce the state of
Michigan's Iran
Economic Sanction
Act and turn it into
law in December,
11111
thought the message
Bryce Sandler
to Iran was "timely
and important:'
Obama "emphasized the position
of the U.S. government as it pertains
to Iran's nuclear capability is not con-
tainment but rather to ensure, by any
means necessary, that Iran does not
get nuclear weapons:' Sandler said.
"In so doing, he also stated clearly
that the U.S. supports whatever
actions Israel believes it must take
against the threat of a nuclear Iran:'

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