The Truth About The Boycott Of Israel, Part 5

Laitman_182_02Here, it follows that the boycott is to our benefit. It brings us closer to unity because otherwise, without unity, the people of Israel would simply not be. They wouldn’t exist.

The boycott is a clear sign of what we need to rebuild, the people and the nation, such that we would be compatible with the name “Israel,” which means Yashar El (Straight to the Creator). I am not justifying those who are organizing the boycott. I am looking at the general process through which we need to pass. Our people could have started the unification even before the boycott.

We have talked about this for years, but we haven’t been heard us. It could be that, now under the new conditions, they will hear us, and if not, then without a doubt the boycott will become stronger, and we will need to establish mutual connections under much more difficult conditions because it simply is possible to lock us within the borders of the nation and prevent any outside support. It is enough to make the boycott legitimate, and it will be impossible to ignore it. For example, if the European Union on higher levels would make the appropriate decision, then all of the European nations would have to obey it.

The same thing affects the United Nations, UNESCO, and the rest of the international organizations as well. In this way, all of those who help Israel today and maintain contact with it would turn their backs on us under pressure from the rest, and then we would be left with nothing, nothing with which to fight, and nothing to eat. We would feel ourselves under siege here.

To be continued…
From KabTV’s “About the Boycott of Israel” 6/3/15

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The Truth About The Boycott Of Israel, Part 4
The Truth About The Boycott Of Israel, Part 3
The Truth About The Boycott Of Israel, Part 2


  1. i have always this doubt who exactly is israel. though last time i said it was some sort of a test but still i will repeat it i think if there is israel it is ordinary people out there. people in this method are not israel. I dont remember deliberately boycotting people out there. they are purely innocent. i only reject people in this method. the trick is there is possibility that people in this method like me can be somebody else out there. this most of the time means i reject myself whenever i do it and that i contradict myself.

  2. I have some questions about this faith in Torah thing. Are’nt those people who never think of the meaning of life, live their normal life outside, totally have that? also the more you work in this method during the day, doesnt it mean you have less faith in Torah?

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