The Zionist ideology is antithetical to the Torah. Zionism was deviously designed to replace the Torah and its holy, God given commandments with nationalistic, power-driven ideals that are devoid of holiness. What more proof does one need than the fact that for centuries, Jews have lived peacefully in Arabic countries, enjoying the respect and friendship of their neighbors? The tragedy of Zionism changed all of that. The painful truth is that in the eyes of the Zionist government, Jews are merely the cannon-fodder needed for the State of Israel to achieve its agenda.

The relatively new concept of Zionism began only about one hundred years ago and since that time Torah true Jewry has steadfastly opposed the Zionist ideology. This struggle is rooted in two convictions:

1. Zionism, by advocating a political and military end to the Jewish exile, denies the very essence of Jews Diaspora existence. Jews are in exile by Divine Decree and may emerge from exile solely via Divine Redemption. All human efforts to alter a metaphysical reality are doomed to end in failure and bloodshed. History has clearly borne out this teaching.

2. Zionism has not only denied Jews fundamental belief in Heavenly Redemption it has also created a pseudo-Judaism which views the essence of thir identity to be a secular nationalism. Accordingly, Zionism and the Israeli state have consistently endeavored, via persuasion and coercion, to replace a Divine and Torah centered understanding of our people hood with an armed materialism.

The true Jewish position on Zionism and the state called Israel is found in the Scriptures in the Talmud and in the oral traditions transmitted to all Jews by their parents and teachers.

At the outset of the Jews’ exile to Babylonia, the Prophet Jeremiah, in chapter 29 of his book proclaimed God’s message to all the exiled…Verse seven reads, “Seek out the welfare of the city to which I have exiled you and pray for it to the Almighty, for through its welfare will you have welfare.” This has been a cornerstone of Jewish “foreign policy” how to behave in the lands of the nations throughout our ensuing exiles till this very day.

There Jeremiah adds in the name of God (verses 8 and 9), “Do not let your false prophets among you and your sorcerers seduce you, do not head your dreamers which you cause them to dream. For they speak falsely to you in My name. I did not send them.” This too has applied to all the would-be misleaders of Jewry whether they presented themselves as prophets or as sorcerers or as dreamers of national aspirations.

King Solomon in Song of Songs thrice adjured the “daughters of Jerusalem” not to arouse or bestir the love until it is ready.” The Talmud explains That Jews have been forsworn, by three strong oaths;

1) not to ascend to the Holy Land as a group using force,
2) not to rebel against the governments of countries in which they live, and
3) not by their sins, to prolong the coming of moshiach;

as is written in Tractate Kesubos 111a .

Before World War II, most Hasidic rabbis, as well as many other prominent Orthodox leaders, believed that God had promised to return the Jewish people to the land of Israel by means of the actions of the Jewish Messiah who would be sent if the Jewish people merited his arrival. During the current exile, the Jewish people are expected to perform the mitzvot. (Mitzvot refers to the divine commandments given in the Torah. The term also refers to the fulfillment of a mitzvah- commandment. According to the teachings of Judaism, all moral laws are, or are derived from the divine commandments.) In addition, they are advised not to antagonize or rebel against the gentile nations of the world in the course of their long exile in the diaspora. God freed the Jews from bondage and persecution. God exiled them from bondage and persecution. They were freed to scatter throughout the World. For over 2000 years the Jews lived in peace and harmony. The secret to this success was because they lived their lives by God’s edict of, “Not by might, nor by power, but by My spirit”

This peace and harmony ended with the creation of Zionism. Zionists encouraged and even aided Hitler in the persecution and Holocaust of the peaceful Jewish people. The term “Zionism” was coined in 1891 by the Austrian publicist Nathan Birnbaum, to describe the new ideology. It is was used to describe anyone who believes Jews should end God’s imposed exile and return to their ancient homeland. The Zionist movement was founded by Theodor Herzl in 1897. He was born in Budapest in 1860, and educated in the spirit of the German Jewish Enlightenment, as a secular Jew. In 1878 the Herzls moved to Vienna, where Theodor Herzl studied law in the university of Vienna, graduating in 1884. However, rather than practicing law, Herzl became a writer, a playwright and a journalist. Despite ridicule from Jewish leaders, he published The Jewish State (Der Judenstaat) in 1896. Herzl claimed that the Jews could gain acceptance in the world only if they stopped being an anomaly among nations. He asserted that the scattered Jews are one people. Their plight could be transformed into a positive force by the establishment of a Jewish state guaranteed in international (public) law - “volkerrechtig” — with the consent of the great powers.

They, for the next 6 decades, have tried to establish a Jewish state, not with the consent of God but with the consent of the super powers of the 20th century. They have forsaken the Torah by forcing their will unto the World through antagonism, provocation and rebellion. They have shed the blood of the innocent in defiance of divine law, in order to form a God forbidden state. For over 40 years Zionists have not only violated the divine commandments, they have violated modern laws that were made to preserve and protect peace and harmony throughout the Middle East and the World.

From 1967 to 1989 the UN Security Council passed 131 resolutions directly dealing with the Arab-Israeli conflict. Of the 131 resolutions passed, 43 could be considered neutral while the remaining 88 either criticized and opposed the actions of Israel or judged against its interests. Nearly half of the 88 resolutions against Israel “condemned”, “censured” or “deplored” the member state or its actions. During this time, in the UN General Assembly, 429 resolutions against Israel were passed, and Israel was condemned 321 times. The United States has used its veto power to prevent resolutions concerning Israel from passing through the Security Council on 42 occasions since 1970.

The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, also Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT or NNPT) is a treaty to limit the spread of nuclear weapons, opened for signature on July 1, 1968. There are currently 189 countries party to the treaty, five of which have nuclear weapons: the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, and the People’s Republic of China (the permanent members of the UN Security Council) .

Only four recognized sovereign states are not parties to the treaty: India, Israel, Pakistan and North Korea. India and Pakistan both possess and have openly tested nuclear bombs. Israel has had a policy of opacity regarding its own nuclear weapons program. Israel continue to develop more lethal nuclear weapons and refuses to allow international access to their program. Their nuclear program is very secretive and developed solely for use as a weapon of mass destruction against its so called enemies yet no country is calling for sanctions against them whenever they threaten and attack a neighboring state. Israel has committed war crimes . Iran has not. Israel has attacked and killed civilians repeatedly. Iran has not. Israel is settling occupied land - a violation of international law. Iran does not occupy or does not have any settlements on foreign and sovereign states.

Amnesty International accused Israel of war crimes, saying it broke international law by deliberately destroying Lebanon’s civilian infrastructure during its recent war with Hezbollah guerrillas.

The human rights group said initial evidence, including the pattern and scope of the Israeli attacks, high number of civilian casualties, widespread damage and statements by Israeli officials “indicate that such destruction was deliberate and part of a military strategy, rather than ‘collateral damage.’”

Amnesty International, whose delegates monitored the fighting in both Israel and Lebanon, said Israel violated international laws banning direct attacks on civilians and barring indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks.

War crimes are defined in the statute that established the International Criminal Court, which includes:

1. Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions, such as:
1. Willful killing, or causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health - Israel is guilty
2. Torture or inhumane treatment - Israel is guilty
3. Unlawful wanton destruction or appropriation of property - Israel is guilty
4. Forcing a prisoner of war to serve in the forces of a hostile power
5. Depriving a prisoner of war of a fair trial - Israel is guilty
6. Unlawful deportation, confinement or transfer - Israel is guilty
7. Taking hostages - Israel is guilty

2. The following acts as part of an international conflict:
1. Directing attacks against civilians - Israel is guilty
2. Directing attacks against humanitarian workers or UN peacekeepers - Israel is guilty
3. Killing a surrendered combatant - Israel is guilty
4. Misusing a flag of truce - Israel is guilty
5. Settlement of occupied territory - Israel is guilty
6. Deportation of inhabitants of occupied territory - Israel is guilty
7. Using poison weapons - Israel is guilty
8. Using civilians as shields - Israel is guilty
9. Using child soldiers

3. The following acts as part of a non-international conflict:
1. Murder, cruel or degrading treatment and torture - Israel is guilty
2. Directing attacks against civilians, humanitarian workers or UN peacekeepers - Israel is guilty
3. Taking hostages - Israel is guilty
4. Summary execution - Israel is guilty
5. Pillage - Israel is guilty
6. Rape, sexual slavery, forced prostitution or forced pregnancy

United Nations General Assembly resolutions related to Israel

* 1947 November 29: UN General Assembly Resolution 181: the 1947 UN Partition Plan, accepted by Jews and rejected by Arabs, as well as the governments of Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, who claimed that the UN had no authority to pass such resolutions
* 1948 December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 194: the conditional right of return of Palestinian refugees
* 1949 May 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 273: admission of Israel to the UN
* 1975 March 22: UN General Assembly Resolution 3379: equating Zionism with Racism
* 1991 December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 4686: annulled Res. 3379

United Nations Security Council resolutions against Israel

1. Resolution 42: The Palestine Question (5 March 1948) Requests recommendations for the Palestine Commission
2. Resolution 43: The Palestine Question (1 Apr 1948) Recognizes “increasing violence and disorder in Palestine” and requests that representatives of “the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the Arab Higher Committee” arrange, with the Security Council, “a truce between the Arab and Jewish Communities of Palestine…Calls upon Arab and Jewish armed groups in Palestine to cease acts of violence immediately.”
3. Resolution 44: The Palestine Question (1 Apr 1948) Requests convocation of special session of the General Assembly
4. Resolution 46: The Palestine Question (17 Apr 1948) As the United Kingdom is the Mandatory Power, “it is responsible for the maintenance of peace and order in Palestine.” The Resolutions also “Calls upon all persons and organizations in Palestine” to stop importing “armed bands and fighting personnel…whatever their origin;…weapons and war materials;…Refrain, pending the future government of Palestine…from any political activity which might prejudice the rights, claims, or position of either community;…refrain from any action which will endager the safety of the Holy Places in Palestine.”
5. Resolution 48: The Palestine Question (23 Apr 1948)
6. Resolution 49: The Palestine Question (22 May 1948)
7. Resolution 50: The Palestine Question (29 May 1948)
8. Resolution 53: The Palestine Question (7 Jul 1948)
9. Resolution 54: The Palestine Question (15 Jul 1948)
10. Resolution 56: The Palestine Question (19 Aug 1948)
11. Resolution 57: The Palestine Question (18 Sep 1948)
12. Resolution 59: The Palestine Question (19 Oct 1948)
13. Resolution 60: The Palestine Question (29 Oct 1948)
14. Resolution 61: The Palestine Question (4 Nov 1948)
15. Resolution 62: The Palestine Question (16 Nov 1948)
16. Resolution 66: The Palestine Question (29 Dec 1948)
17. Resolution 72: The Palestine Question (11 Aug 1949)
18. Resolution 73: The Palestine Question (11 Aug 1949)
19. Resolution 89 (17 November 1950): regarding Armistice in 1948 Arab-Israeli War and “transfer of persons”.
20. Resolution 92: The Palestine Question (8 May 1951)
21. Resolution 93: The Palestine Question (18 May 1951)
22. Resolution 95: The Palestine Question (1 Sep 1951)
23. Resolution 100: The Palestine Question (27 Oct 1953)
24. Resolution 101: The Palestine Question (24 Nov 1953)
25. Resolution 106: The Palestine Question (29 Mar 1955) ‘condemns’ Israel for Gaza raid.
26. Resolution 107: The Palestine Question (30 Mar)
27. Resolution 108: The Palestine Question (8 Sep)
28. Resolution 111: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for raid on Syria that killed fifty-six people”.
29. Resolution 127: ” … ‘recommends’ Israel suspends its ‘no-man’s zone’ in Jerusalem”.
30. Resolution 162: ” … ‘urges’ Israel to comply with UN decisions”.
31. Resolution 171: ” … determines flagrant violations’ by Israel in its attack on Syria”.
32. Resolution 228: ” … ‘censures’ Israel for its attack on Samu in the West Bank, then under Jordanian control”.
33. Resolution 237: ” … ‘urges’ Israel to allow return of new 1967 Palestinian refugees”.
34. Resolution 242 (November 22, 1967): Termination of all claims or states of belligerency and respect for and acknowledgement of the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of every State in the area. Calls on Israel’s neighbors to end the state of belligerency and calls upon Israel to reciprocate by withdraw its forces from land claimed by other parties in 1967 war. Interpreted commonly today as calling for the Land for peace principle as a way to resolve Arab-Israeli conflict
35. Resolution 248: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for its massive attack on Karameh in Jordan”.
36. Resolution 250: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to refrain from holding military parade in Jerusalem”.
37. Resolution 251: ” … ‘deeply deplores’ Israeli military parade in Jerusalem in defiance of Resolution 250”.
38. Resolution 252: ” … ‘declares invalid’ Israel’s acts to unify Jerusalem as Jewish capital”.
39. Resolution 256: ” … ‘condemns’ Israeli raids on Jordan as ‘flagrant violation”.
40. Resolution 259: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s refusal to accept UN mission to probe occupation”.
41. Resolution 262: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for attack on Beirut airport”.
42. Resolution 265: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for air attacks for Salt in Jordan”.
43. Resolution 267: ” … ‘censures’ Israel for administrative acts to change the status of Jerusalem”.
44. Resolution 270: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for air attacks on villages in southern Lebanon”.
45. Resolution 271: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel’s failure to obey UN resolutions on Jerusalem”.
46. Resolution 279: ” … ‘demands’ withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon”.
47. Resolution 280: ” … ‘condemns’ Israeli’s attacks against Lebanon”.
48. Resolution 285: ” … ‘demands’ immediate Israeli withdrawal form Lebanon”.
49. Resolution 298: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s changing of the status of Jerusalem”.
50. Resolution 313: ” … ‘demands’ that Israel stop attacks against Lebanon”.
51. Resolution 316: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for repeated attacks on Lebanon”.
52. Resolution 317: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s refusal to release Arabs abducted in Lebanon”.
53. Resolution 332: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel’s repeated attacks against Lebanon”.
54. Resolution 337: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for violating Lebanon’s sovereignty”.
55. Resolution 338 (22 October 1973): cease fire in Yom Kippur War
56. Resolution 339 (23 October 1973): Confirms Res. 338, dispatch UN observers.
57. Resolution 347: ” … ‘condemns’ Israeli attacks on Lebanon”.
58. Resolution 3379: “…’establishes’ Zionism as a form of racism and racial discrimination. Repealed by Resolution 46|86
59. Resolution 425 (1978): ‘calls’ on Israel to withdraw its forces from Lebanon”. Israel’s withdrawal from Lebanon was completed as of 16 June 2000.
60. Resolution 350 (31 May 1974) established the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force, to monitor the ceasefire between Israel and Syria in the wake of the Yom Kippur War.
61. Resolution 427: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to complete its withdrawal from Lebanon.
62. Resolution 444: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s lack of cooperation with UN peacekeeping forces”.
63. Resolution 446 (1979): ‘determines’ that Israeli settlements are a ’serious obstruction’ to peace and calls on Israel to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention”.
64. Resolution 450: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to stop attacking Lebanon”.
65. Resolution 452: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to cease building settlements in occupied territories”.
66. Resolution 465: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s settlements and asks all member states not to assist Israel’s settlements program”.
67. Resolution 467: ” … ’strongly deplores’ Israel’s military intervention in Lebanon”.
68. Resolution 468: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to rescind illegal expulsions of two Palestinian mayors and a judge and to facilitate their return”.
69. Resolution 469: ” … ’strongly deplores’ Israel’s failure to observe the council’s order not to deport Palestinians”.
70. Resolution 471: ” … ‘expresses deep concern’ at Israel’s failure to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention”.
71. Resolution 476: ” … ‘reiterates’ that Israel’s claim to Jerusalem are ‘null and void’”.
72. Resolution 478 (20 August 1980): ‘censures (Israel) in the strongest terms’ for its claim to Jerusalem in its ‘Basic Law’.
73. Resolution 484: ” … ‘declares it imperative’ that Israel re-admit two deported Palestinian mayors”.
74. Resolution 487: ” … ’strongly condemns’ Israel for its attack on Iraq’s nuclear facility”.
75. Resolution 497 (17 December 1981) decides that Israel’s annexation of Syria’s Golan Heights is ‘null and void’ and demands that Israel rescinds its decision forthwith.
76. Resolution 498: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to withdraw from Lebanon”.
77. Resolution 501: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel to stop attacks against Lebanon and withdraw its troops”.
78. Resolution 508:
79. Resolution 509: ” … ‘demands’ that Israel withdraw its forces forthwith and unconditionally from Lebanon”.
80. Resolution 515: ” … ‘demands’ that Israel lift its siege of Beirut and allow food supplies to be brought in”.
81. Resolution 517: ” … ‘censures’ Israel for failing to obey UN resolutions and demands that Israel withdraw its forces from Lebanon”.
82. Resolution 518: ” … ‘demands’ that Israel cooperate fully with UN forces in Lebanon”.
83. Resolution 520: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel’s attack into West Beirut”.
84. Resolution 573: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel ‘vigorously’ for bombing Tunisia in attack on PLO headquarters.
85. Resolution 587 ” … ‘takes note’ of previous calls on Israel to withdraw its forces from Lebanon and urges all parties to withdraw”.
86. Resolution 592: ” … ’strongly deplores’ the killing of Palestinian students at Bir Zeit University by Israeli troops”.
87. Resolution 605: ” … ’strongly deplores’ Israel’s policies and practices denying the human rights of Palestinians.
88. Resolution 607: ” … ‘calls’ on Israel not to deport Palestinians and strongly requests it to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention.
89. Resolution 608: ” … ‘deeply regrets’ that Israel has defied the United Nations and deported Palestinian civilians”.
90. Resolution 636: ” … ‘deeply regrets’ Israeli deportation of Palestinian civilians.
91. Resolution 641: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s continuing deportation of Palestinians.
92. Resolution 672: ” … ‘condemns’ Israel for “violence against Palestinians” at the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount.
93. Resolution 673: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s refusal to cooperate with the United Nations.
94. Resolution 681: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s resumption of the deportation of Palestinians.
95. Resolution 694: ” … ‘deplores’ Israel’s deportation of Palestinians and calls on it to ensure their safe and immediate return.
96. Resolution 726: ” … ’strongly condemns’ Israel’s deportation of Palestinians.
97. Resolution 799: “. . . ’strongly condemns’ Israel’s deportation of 413 Palestinians and calls for their immediate return.
98. Resolution 1559 (2 September 2004) called upon Lebanon to establish its sovereignty over all of its land and called upon Syria to end their military presence in Lebanon by withdrawing its forces and to cease intervening in internal Lebanese politics. The resolution also called on all Lebanese militias to disband.
99. Resolution 1583 (28 January 2005) calls on Lebanon to assert full control over its border with Israel. It also states that “the Council has recognized the Blue Line as valid for the purpose of confirming Israel’s withdrawal pursuant to resolution 425.
100. Resolution 1648 (21 December 2005) renewed the mandate of United Nations Disengagement Observer Force until 30 June 2006.
101. Resolution 1701 (11 August 2006) called for the full cessation of hostilities between Israel and Hezbollah.