by Jack Watts

ISRAEL—THE UNTOLD STORY: In 1957, Golda Meier, who was later to become Israel’s Prime Minister, said that peace will come in the Middle East “when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us.” In the sixty-one years since she said this, the hatred for the Jews has intensified rather than abated.
For Muslims, anti-Semitism is mandated by the Quran, which means it is pleasing to Allah for his followers to hate and kill the Jews, but that’s not all. Being the Great Satan, hatred for the United States is just as strong. Progressives have bought into this hatred for Israel and the United States. They are teaching our young people to not only be anti-Semitic but also to be anti-American. Millennials by the millions are ashamed of the United States, our values, and our role in the world.
Twenty-five tears ago, “Schindler’s List” was released. In an interview with Steven Spielberg for the rerelease of his blockbuster hit, Spielberg said that “collective hate” is far greater today than it was back then. He added, “Individual hate is a terrible thing, but when collective hate organizes and gets industrialized, then genocide follows.” Spielberg is right.
In the mini-series we are currently producing, “Israel: The Untold Story,” in the words of those who fought to create the nation of Israel in 1948, we tell the inspiring tale of those who defied all odds to take a stand and fight a battle against five Arab nations. Their only goal was to survive, and they did—but that’s not all. Their collective stories of heroism are a hundred times more compelling and inspiring than “Schindler’s List.” These determined 600,000 dispossessed Jews stood against ninety million Arabs and won. How could they do this? It’s because Almighty God was on their side, and their true stories are what we are producing right now.

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