Confronting Radicals: What America Can Learn From Israel

New York City – the Big Apple – transformed to a ghost town, where peaceful citizens dare not tread. Macy’s – symbol of American free enterprise – shut down. Rioting, looting, murder, attacks on police, destruction of monuments to American heroes in numerous American cities, all in the guise of “protests” against racism. In a year of wild insurrection, there was a disturbing, eerie silence – even words of support for rioters from leading Democrat politicians.

Why justify or ignore blatant expressions of violence and hatred? Is there a broader political agenda? Could it be that thought police, big tech monopolies, and revisionist historians have had a role to play in all of this?

The world was shocked by what seemed to be an outbreak of polarization in America, or even an attempted Marxist revolution, but Israelis were stunned by some striking parallels. As a nation of former slaves and exiles, Israel and the Jews have seen disproportionate persecution, hardship, and death, but have always emerged, from darkness to light. Furthermore, the modern State of Israel had struggled for decades with its own brand of socialism, and it continues to confront terrorist threats and propaganda warfare from radical Palestinians, along with sophisticated collusion by their supporters on the radical Left.

There is, indeed, a radical plan to change the USA from a nation of traditional values – God, family, and hard work – to a neo-Marxist, gender and ethnically confused reality that sees the land of the free as an evil force in the world. What lessons can America learn from Israel – from its successes and from its mistakes?

In Confronting Radicals: What America Can Learn from Israel, author David Rubin boldly identifies the critical, existential challenges facing America, and, most importantly, provides the necessary solutions, direct from the biblical heartland of Israel.

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All net proceeds from this book will benefit Shiloh Israel Children's Fund.