16-yr old "Daniel" confronts lion's den of haters to stand for the honor of Israel





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Published on Jun 1, 2010

Subscribe to our channel above; http://democast.tv http://joo-tube.com @DemoCast Amidst an angry mob of Muslim and far-leftist anti-Israel demonstrators, a lone 16-year old Jewish boy marches against a global blood-libel against the Jewish state of Israel. American "Daniel" stands-up against the "conventional wisdom" of the street (and the mob's agitation). His bravery evokes a mob reaction of religious rivalry, not political opposition to Israel's intercepting the sea blockade busting, militants' ship.

The mainly-Muslim Palestinian supporters' behavior belies a motivation of a blood-feud, inconsistent with their professed trustworthiness for sovereignty alongside the Jewish State, sharing rule in the city of Jerusalem.

Outside of the Israeli Consulate to L.A. on Memorial Day - a Jewish high-school student defiantly waved the Israeli flag to stand up for the Israeli Marines' handling of the Flotilla matter in the face of rumors and cover-ups.

The L.A.P.D. had to establish a human wall to intervene to protect Daniel (and an ensuing couple of Israel supporters) from the growing lynch-mob (who, ironically, the Arabs came to exonerate).

When a Muslim protestor cries, "Allahu akhbar" to incite the crowd against the Jewish boy - the opposition to Israel's politics become subordinated to the notion of "Holy War" as a driving force.

Calling to "Free Palestine, a young woman demonstrator reveals that it means more than Israel's presence in the West Bank - by it they are proclaiming their goal of destroying Israel and conquering it for Palestine.

Mark Levin explains Islamo/Fascism's revitalized war against the West - focussed first against Israel.


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