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U.S. should oppose ‘diplomatic lynching’ of Israel — ADL

NEW YORK (Press Release)– As the international community engages in a biased rush to judgment against Israel in the aftermath of the Gaza flotilla affair, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) called on the United States to firmly stand with Israel and to show that it defends Israel’s right to defend its borders and citizens from external threats.

Robert G. Sugarman, ADL National Chair, and Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director, issued the following statement:
 
“As the international community is engaged in a biased rush to judgment against Israel and a diplomatic lynching, now is the time for the United States to firmly stand with the Jewish state and its people. The U.S. must show the world that it not only supports Israel’s right to defend its borders and citizens against terrorism, but that it supports Israel’s right to protect itself from people who pretend to be ‘peace activists,’ and parade under the guise of humanitarians while supporting Hamas and violently attacking Israeli military personnel.
 
“America should assert a moral voice and declare that it will not join the global community in a cynical, double-standard, hypocritical and expedient effort to condemn Israel.  The U.S. should reiterate its support and understanding for Israel, that as a sovereign and democratic nation it has the right to act on behalf of its national security and express its confidence that Israel can conduct its own investigation into the matter without the intrusion of international bodies.”

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Preceding provided by Anti-Defamation League

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