It is not surprising that Iran’s president sent a direct threat to Israel on Al Quds Day. Israel has a right to exist! When will the hate stop?

Al Quds Day

Al Quds Day is completely anti-Semitic. It is “celebrated” all over the world. Somehow, it is considered a celebration to burn Israeli and American flags and chant “Death to America! Death to Israel!” These people who are supporting such ideas support terrorism and are against having a democracy. And they use any excuse they can to blame Israel and shout for its destruction.

Hassan Rouhani’s Threat to Israel

The president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, threatened Israel on Al Quds day. And it is not surprising at all. He said, “Israel can never feel safe.” His life revolves around threatening the one democracy in the Middle East.

Israel is strong and will defend itself. Israel will do whatever it has to do to protect its citizens and country. The more Rouhani threatens, the more Israel will protect.

Hate vs. Peace

One of the main and most important differences between Israel and its enemies is that one side spreads ideas of peace and one spreads hate. Israel’s enemies are constantly spreading hate and don’t want peace. They have rallies and marches to promote violence. They have chants about death and destruction. Israel, on the other hand, teaches peace and acceptance. They don’t have parades supporting hate. Supporters of Israel don’t take to the streets burning flags of other nations.

Israel wants peace. Al Quds day protesters want to hate. They want death and violence.

And neither side hides what they truly want.