The New Power of a Latino-Jewish Coalition in LA

Israel has all but halted immigration and is building a state of the art wall to stop illegal immigration and ensure the identity of the Jewish nation.  However, the The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angles boasts of major left-wing organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League, American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and the American Jewish Committee of aiding illegal immigration into the United States by supporting “comprehensive immigration reform” (eg, AMNESTY), support of the DREAM Act of 2010, etc., all supposedly to generate support for Israel in the Latino community.

From JewishJournal.com:

On a Shabbat afternoon in February, state Sen. Alex Padilla spoke on a panel at Young Israel of Century City (YICC), a large Modern Orthodox synagogue in Pico-Robertson. The event was co-organized by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), and Padilla knew what message he was expected to deliver. The panel’s trilingual title — “Israel at lo levad! Israel ¡No estas solo! Israel, you are not alone!” — made that clear.

Padilla, who represents part of the San Fernando Valley in California’s state Senate, talked mostly about his two trips to Israel. He first traveled there in 2003 when he was president of the Los Angeles City Council on a trip sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. His went again on an AIPAC trip for Latino leaders in December 2009.

When it came time for questions, a white-haired man in a gray suit raised his hand. “How can we make sure that Latino youth don’t get incorrect information about Israel?” the man asked. A second man wanted to know why Israel isn’t more widely recognized — in all communities — as a democratic society that upholds liberal values.

Read the rest here.

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