One of the great problems with Americans is that - being a decent people - they assume that everyone else is equally decent.
The Jewish nation is indeed, the heart of the world and there is no reason for the existence of empires, kings, rulers, masses or systems aside from their reaction to the Jewish people.
There is no greater anti-Semite that the Jewish one, and none hates the Jewish people more than the Jewish traitor and apostate.
Every man judges his own happiness and satisfaction with life in terms of his possession or lack of possession of those things that he considers worthwhile and valuable.
Life is essentially a question of values.
The observant Jew has his own sense of values. Torah Judaism is his blueprint for this life, his target for existence.
We have our own values; we build our own special, our JEWISH life - and we are proud, so very proud.
Love has its place, as does hate. Peace has its place, as does war. Mercy has its place, as do cruelty and revenge.
I see all this and know that if we are to save the Jewish state and its three-and-a-half million Jews from terrible horrors, we must rise up and demand a fundamental change in the very system of government.
If we ever hope to rid the world of the political AIDS of our time, terrorism, the rule must be clear: One does not deal with terrorists; one does not bargain with terrorists; one kills terrorists.
No trait is more justified than revenge in the right time and place.
Surely it is time for Jews, worried over the huge growth of Arabs in Israel, to consider finishing the exchange of populations that began 35 years ago.
The banding together by the nations of the world against Israel is the guarantee that their time of destruction is near and the final redemption of the Jew at hand.
Jews have been in Egypt since Biblical times, and Alexandria had once been, at least partially, a Jewish city.
For so long as the Jew has even one ally, he will be convinced - in his smallness of mind - that his salvation came from that ally. It is only when he is alone - against all of his own efforts and frantic attempts - that he will, through no choice, be compelled to turn to G-d.