Jews always deny that they have dual loyalties – but all the evidence is to the contrary. Thousands of Jews from around the world, not even Israeli nationals, serve in the Israeli army, using weapons supplied by their puppet regime in Washington DC. This article, in the London Times, reveals much of the true nature of this duplicitous arrangement:
The Times August 07, 2006
British volunteers answer army's call
AT FIRST sight Ben and his mates could be at a wedding party on the lawns of an hotel in his native Yorkshire. Except that this hotel is a short drive from the Israel-Lebanon border and, despite his Leeds accent, Ben is an Israeli soldier. He is also cradling an Israeli-army issue Colt AR15 semi-automatic rifle stamped “Property of US Govt”.
Ben, 26, who arrived in Israel last year, is one of thousands of those serving in the Israeli military either as newly arrived citizens or on army programs for Zionists who want to defend Israel while deciding whether to emigrate.
Earlier in the day he was ducking Hezbollah mortars in the Lebanese village of Adessa, just across the border. Now he sits chatting in two languages about two lives — as a would-be medical student in Britain and as an Israeli soldier known among his colleagues for his stamina and ability to carry a heavy machinegun over long distances.
“My father is very supportive,” he tells The Times. “My mum is a bit anxious.” Ben arrived in Israel 15 months ago and serves in the Nahal Brigade, an infantry unit with a tradition of absorbing new immigrants.
He did not have to join — compulsory military service would not have come for a few years — but volunteered because he sees the Army as Israel’s “melting pot” without which integration is harder.
He knows that the Israeli Army is being excoriated around the world but robustly defends the country. “Can you imagine if the Isle of Wight started bombing London? How long would it be left standing? There’s no other country that is asked to show as much restraint as Israel,” he declares, as the bus arrives to take his unit back to the border. “I feel we absolutely have the right to defend ourselves because there is nobody else who seems willing to do it.”
He says he feels more relaxed as a devout, skull cap-wearing Jew walking around Israel than in Leeds where he has been “spat at and called a dirty Jew” by Muslim youths. “Here I can walk around at 2am without looking over my shoulder.”
Ben’s is by no means the only British accent amid the Hebrew and the American-accented chatter of off-duty soldiers meeting parents and girlfriends.