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Acknowledging Israel's History

Acknowledging Israel's History

This powerful speech sets the record straight about the Jewish rights to Israel.

by Senator Menendez


June 20, 2009

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Visitor Comments: 35

(35) William, August 22, 2012 10:40 PM


WOW! What a speach! Is there anyone else in the great House, the Congress, with similar thoughts? Israel, and the Jewish people as a whole, need friends like Sen. Menendez. Especially now, that new ramblings are coming out of Iran a-new. I, for one, salute you, Sir! Well done, Sir. May God bless you, Sir.

(34) t. rose, June 4, 2012 5:53 PM


It is as powerful, eloquent, and true today as it was almost three years ago. Well done Senator! A pity there are not more like you.

(33) Marian, January 2, 2010 5:21 AM

Bravo Senator Menendez

Bravo, Bravo. Finally, a light shines.

(32) Anonymous, July 6, 2009 11:17 AM

Fantastic. Every word Senator Mendendez spoke is true. No one has express this better than the Senator.

(31) Lawrence S. Ross,MD, July 3, 2009 9:10 PM

superb review of the facts

Unfortunately, the obsessive desire by Arabs [including the millions of Moslems who have immigrated to Europe and spread venom in all of those countries] to exterminate Israel has been gaining momentum. Those who are "neutral" are more concerned about their fuel than the survival of Jews and Israel. Sen. Menendez' speech is like a tiny flashlight illuminating a desert. The festering hatred is not extinguished by reason or negotiation---as Hitler and his Nazi followers so well illustrated less than 70 years ago!

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