Answer: The nations of the world subconsciously feel that everything depends on what is happening Israel. If the people of Israel are united, this invites the unification of the entire world, and everyone will feel good.
But through their separation, the people of Israel cause the separation of all of humanity, which makes it so bad that wars, problems, and disasters begin all over the world. The Book of Zohar writes about this, so how is it possible to argue against it?
Everything that is happening among the people of Israel is radiated to the entire world, one to one. If the Israelis unite, then the entire world also will unite and change their attitude toward Israel for the better. But if Israelis are distant from each other, then the entire world crumbles and distances itself from Israel. That is why they begin to hate us. Israel determines the state of the entire world through unification or separation. This is because the people of Israel are a unique part of humanity that at some time in the past accepted the method of unification called the wisdom of Kabbalah.
This wisdom was implemented by us during the First and Second Temples, but then we lost our unity, and from brotherly love, we fell into unfounded hatred. This happened more than 2,000 years ago, and during all of the years that have gone by since then, we have lived with this unfounded hatred toward each other to this day. We were forced to go through so much suffering precisely because of this—the Inquisition, the Holocaust, and the pogroms—and all of this was because we lost connection with each other. All of the Kabbalists, all of our sages, have spoken about this.
In the years 1950 to 1970, the entire world, except for the Arab nations, had a good attitude toward the people of Israel. They hoped that good unification here would spread to the world, providing a positive benefit to the world. They expected that by building their nation, the people of Israel would have a positive influence on the world. However, when the world saw that there has not been any talk about unification among the people of Israel and that we act just the opposite, the world has turned its back on us. It is because we Jews hate each other.
Comment: But the world doesn’t condemn us because of the conflicts between us. Instead, it is because of the conflict with the Palestinians.
Answer: People simply cannot express this in other words because they feel subconsciously that everything depends on Israel. Deeper analysts express these claims more precisely, and the Torah also teaches about this. Henry Ford, well-known for his anti-Semitic views, wrote about the obligation of the people of Israel to reach a true and good unity and convey it to the entire world. Our world doesn’t need anything other than good unification.
From the Israeli Radio Program 103FM 10/25/15
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