“The Whole World Hate Us” – How Israeli Students Are Prepared Before Going on School Trips Abroad


HAARETZ – Students who want to take part in delegations going abroad are obliged to take an online government course which some parents and teachers say has a “blatant political agenda.” The course consists of film clips in which several speakers address the students and coach them about the messages they should express overseas.
Arab students are also required to take the course.

“The messages are simple and repetitive,” a mother of an 11th grade student from the central region says. “All the Arabs hate us, in fact almost the entire world hates us.”

In June 2016 the Education Ministry sent detailed instructions to schools about preparing delegations for trips abroad. “Students and youth in delegations overseas represent Israel and its society and serve as its ambassadors,” it said. “The students will represent Israel using the main messages taught in the course,” the directive says, noting the goal is “cultivating Israeli pride and a sense of calling among those going abroad.”

The directive is directed at 9th through 12th grade students slated to take part in delegations abroad, whether to conferences or international contests in mathematics, science and technology. It is also meant for delegations participating in programs for relations with Jewish communities in the world, twin cities and youth exchange and others. The courses do not apply to delegations to Poland.

Education Ministry sources said the project could include 220,000 students annually.
The course, which is part of a more comprehensive compulsory training session of 30 hours, consists of 11 study units, each made up of a film clip lasting several minutes. Advancing from one stage of the course to the next is conditional on passing a short test of four to five questions. At the end of each film clip the students must answer a multiple choice test. If they fail or abstain they will be disqualified from going on the trip.

The first speaker in the online course is Education Minister Naftali Bennett. He stresses entrepreneurship and innovation. (“Israel is a power of doing good to billions of people worldwide.”) He says the Arabs vote and are elected to the Knesset, noting “only in Israel is there such democracy. Emphasize this, because sometimes [they] throw out a word like apartheid. What apartheid?”

He ignores the fact that the term refers mainly to the rights of Palestinians beyond the Green Line.

“The Arab states don’t want the tiny Jewish democracy to survive,” says Bennett. “Those guys sitting in London or the United States must be told that we’re the free world’s forward outpost in the global campaign against radical Islam.”
Asked what the most important part of advocacy for Israel is, Bennett says, “People think the content counts. I dispute that. It’s not the content but the smile, the politeness, the listening.”

But at the end of the unit, when the students are asked, “According to Bennett, what’s the most important thing in advocacy?” – the smile and politeness are not an option. The correct answer, taken from another part of the clip, is “framing, the way in which we frame the story.”

In the chapter “Israel in the Middle East,” Dr. Uri Resnik, legal adviser for deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotevely, says “… Israel’s story in this region doesn’t begin in the 20th century but in the ancient era, in the time of the Bible and the patriarchs, about 4,000 years ago.”

The Bible also plays a central role in the unit dedicated to anti-Semitism. Gideon Bachar, the Foreign Ministry’s director of the campaign against anti-Semitism, tells the students “anti-Semitism definitely exists from the dawn of Christianity some 2,000 years ago, but it existed before that too. Some claim Haman’s desire to destroy all the Jews – think about it – is also a sort of anti-Semitism. Other cite Pharaoh’s hatred of the nation of Israel, that nation of slaves – as a kind of anti-Semitism.”
Pushing the ‘radical left-radical Islam’ connection

Bachar says the main roots of modern anti-Semitism are “Muslim anti-Semitism, radical right and extreme left.” The link he makes between “radical left organizations in Europe” and “radical Islam” is one of the main points in a lecture about BDS by Tali Gorodos from the Reut Institute.

In another unit, “Israel in the international media,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nachshon says, “They poison children with hatred for Israel and for Jews. … They suckle this poison from age zero.” Later Nachshon speaks of the so-called lone-wolf intifada, on the background of a mixture of Israeli security footage from stabbing sites, Hamas broadcasts and ISIS executions. Some of these clips and pictures appear again in other parts of the course.

Apart from the emphasis on Arab-Muslim hatred (including the purported Iranian threat), the lecturers tell the students to stress Israel’s “creative energy” and developments and inventions in high-tech, medicine agriculture and other fields.

One of the test questions, “What challenges are you dealing with in Israel?” has four answer options – the Iranian threat, delegitimization, terror organizations from West, East, North and South, and all of the above. The correct answer is all of the above.
Another question is “Against whom is anti-Semitism directed?” and the right answer is: only toward Israel.

“The messages say everyone hates us already from the era of the Bible, which is also the only legitimization for Israel mentioned in the course,” an 11th grade student’s mother says.

“The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is presented with no context – no explanation is given for the Arab hatred and there’s no distinction between Israel and the West Bank,” she says.

Another parent says, “We’re used to the rightist worldview reflected in civics and history. … Now we have to agree to a blatantly political agenda so that the child can go to a science competition.”

A teacher accompanying delegations abroad says, “It’s hard to imagine what Arab students and parents feel. The Arabs appear in almost only negative contexts. There’s no reflection of coexistence. Bennett’s message in his clip is – the Arabs must be grateful for the right to vote and should keep quiet.”

An Education Ministry official said, “Many of the lessons play on students’ fears and prejudices and intensify them.”

Ministry spokesman Amos Shavit didn’t answer questions about the course, saying, “It was built with a view to the variety of populations in Israel, intending to train the students for going abroad. The claim that the course reflects a political view is groundless.”

  1. #1 by frankkleij on 03/18/2017 - 9:34

    They have even not the intention to make the “WHY”-question. That will be their device of self-destruction. Stupid arrogance with a complete lack of empathy. We, we, we, we are the eternal and only victims1theu are bragging around. Some 700 millionn victims they made among all worlds Goy the last 5 centuries alone. No they make whole humanity victim as well. We must stop this . Will the be victim, okay but leave us the goy out of this equation..As a fullgrown parasite they realize the need for Goyim. They can’t keep their trousers up alone, they need 24/7 slaves to keep them alive. Let us stop to be slaves and withhold them our prosperity and they soon get starved forever.

  2. #2 by Karl on 03/18/2017 - 9:34

    The jews are a hopeless tribe, lost in 100 fathoms of Judaic Bull Shit. Yes, the whole world hates you; and you pretend to wonder why? I though you were much smarter than that. Or are you just going by your lies and off-the-chart HYPOCRISY?? Scum bags!

  3. #3 by mothman777 on 03/18/2017 - 9:34

    Reblogged this on Mothman777's Blog and commented:
    This is a very interesting report, showing clearly that an institutionalized psychosis is prevalent in all of Israeli Jewish society, that all the rest of the world is automatically assumed to hate the Israeli Jews.

    It is very frightening to think that the politicians of the world do the very opposite of hating the Israeli Jews, and still get accused of hating them. After all, what does an 80% membership of MP’s in both leading British political parties in ‘Friends of Israel societies’ mean? That the Jews see this as an example of hatred means their heads are completely shot through inbreeding and a heavily toxic belief system, they are clearly psychotic, and extremely dangerous, armed with thermonuclear weapons which they most definitely should never have, not even in a month of Sundays.

    Those politicians even suck up to these malevolent, paranoid, blood-sucking, hate-filled nutters in any way they can, giving them all our resources, and then those half-wit ingrates crap all over the nations that give them those resources, calling them all anti-semitic, the Israeli Jews and Jews elsewhere are very much the same, and seriously need removing from our societies and putting somewhere else for reasons of our own safety and continued existence, and their illegal undeclared Samson Option nukes badly need to be taken away from them before they go completely berserk and press the button during a time of more extreme paranoid hysteria.

    Because it is clearly the case that our Gentile peoples really are all assumed to hate the Israeli Jews, and these Jews very clearly do treat us like we do hate them, then indeed, let all trade agreements, military and financial aid, and all military pacts be entirely denied to them, and the parasites can see how long they remain in Israel after that, not very long at all.

  4. #4 by nooralhaqiqa on 03/18/2017 - 9:34

    Is it not just that victimization record that the Jews claim all the time? Only now they get their young to internalize it even deeper.

    I am so tired of their eternal cries, their egocentricity, everything about them. If I had no conscience, I would just hide from them as best I could, but that type of reaction just does not suit my relatively ethical nature/mindset.

    We have seen how they whip up the emotions of young Jews who are being taken on Hollowco$t conditioning tours. We know they have no problems inducing terror and paranoia in these young folks. So why should this surprise us at all?

    “Many of the lessons play on students’ fears and prejudices and intensify them”. I cannot find it now but I remember one video of young teens on such a trip to Germany in which they encountered a group of older German men who politely asked them something totally welcoming. But not in Yiddish so the teens did not understand they were being asked if they were enjoying their trip to Germany. They immediately got all paranoid, flipped out and sent messages to all and sundry that these “German Nazis’ had been threatening them. They had NO IDEA what the men were being said, but they were so traumatized that.. that was their interpretation ~ these very paranoid folks.

    So … remember most of these trips are to the camps or whatever they might be. Hollowco$t Conditioning 101…. they are primed to emotional breaking point WELL before they even graduate kindergarten let alone highschool. Marxist indoctrination is a powerful tool.

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