The State of Israel is dead but the Israeli public refuses to recognize the old new reality
At a certification ceremony for the new Israeli lawyers held on March 1, 2002, at a seminary that is the national academy of the Israel Bar Association, towards the end of the ceremony, a singer sang the song of hope AKA Hatikva, which is the anthem of the State of Israel. Unsurprisingly, the anthem was “Fixed” and its lyrics reminiscent of the connection between the Jew’s soul and their wishes to this land, these words were censored from the song.
The tremendous importance I found for writing this post stems precisely from the statement of intent of the Israel Bar Association, which is supported by the entire Israeli Judicial officials except for one female lawyer who was not in this ceremony but voiced her opposition.
Therefore, since none of the state officials practically objected to this legal declaration, it is because an Israeli government in fact approved this by the Knesset of Israel, which is the legislature of the Zionist entity.
For many years I have argued that the State of Israel is not the home of the Jewish people but the home of the Zionist, the enemy of the Jews, who impersonates a Jew and despises everything that is Jewish in Israel (since day one until these days). I do not intend to take a position on the issue because for me and for many of my friends, the State of Israel died many years ago and today it has no meaning for me.
My goal in this article is just to prove to the whole world that I was the first to tell you the good news about the fall of the State of Israel (the State of Israel was ostensibly established as a home for the Jewish people but in fact never was).
I enclose the words of the Israeli national anthem in an English translation and mark the removed text.
As long as deep in the heart,
The soul of a Jew yearns, (this line was censored)
And forward to the East
To Zion, an eye looks
Our hope will not be lost,
The hope of two thousand years,
To be a free nation in our land,
The land of Zion and Jerusalem.
This is the new anthem of Israel
I attached the link to the singing of the original anthem translated to English.
Link to the Israeli Bar ceremony