Thursday, September 24, 2009

Madame shows appreciation for the Jewish community

Madame's latest Facebook post showed her appreciation for the Jewish community:
Todd and I would like to offer our best wishes to the Jewish community as they celebrate the High Holy Days. With the celebration of the Jewish New Year this week and the observance of the Day of Atonement next week, we are reminded of the hopeful commitment to renewal and peace exemplified by the Jewish tradition and the Jewish people throughout history.

Yom Kippur, the most solemn and important of the Jewish holy days, is a time of reflection and supplication for forgiveness. The timeless human struggle to promote justice, harmony, and peace is seen here in this process of atonement – in humbly seeking pardon for past wrongs in the hope of a new beginning. It reminds us that if we wish to co-exist globally, we must all strive for forgiveness and tolerance.

A speech was given at the United Nations General Assembly yesterday that was full of hateful anti-Semitic rhetoric. It was a shameful display before a body whose very charter is premised on the need for co-operation and harmony in pursuit of peaceful co-existence between nations. Such talk was especially abhorrent coming as it did during the Jewish High Holidays. The world community must speak with one voice in declaring anti-Semitism and all forms of intolerance and racism utterly unacceptable. There is no place in the community of peace-loving nations for those who traffic in hate or deny the terrible atrocity of the Nazi Holocaust.

In this holy season, we join the Jewish people in the struggle to promote justice, harmony, and peace. May God bless them.

- Sarah Palin

This is not the first time that Madame has used the Facebook to show her support for the Jewish community and for Israel. One of our first Facebook posts came when a man was shot at the National Holocaust Museum.

Madame in attendance at a Hanukkah event
(photo from Sarah's Accomplishments blog)

While Madame was running for Vice President, Tiny Fea (oops, did I spell that right? Sometimes, I have typographical dyslexia) portrayed Madame as one who only pandered to the the Jewish community. However, she has always stood with Israel and even had an Israeli flag in her office when she was Governor.

Does Madame support the American Jewish community and Israel? You betcha!

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