Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Israel Day

As Oren asked me:

Come May. It’s Time for Israel Day.

ILI – the I LIKE ISRAEL International Movement – is a Think Tank that was founded in Germany, four years ago. ILI coordinates, qualifies and mobilizes pro-Israel organizations in Germany, Europe and worldwide.

ILI´s cardinal project is the “Israel Day”: a public celebration of Yom Ha´azmaut. In May 2005 the “Israel Day” was launched in 30 cities worldwide, with more than 50.000 participants.

The Israel Day was created with one primary goal in mind. To give opinion leaders, politicians, medias and societies a mighty and clear message: There is huge solidarity for Israel all over. Millions of people love Israel. What people? Those who are neither manipulated by the media nor intimidated by terrorist threats.

For 2006 we are determined to double the number of cities hosting the Israel Day to 60. Our goal for 2010: 200 cities.

Iran´s president Ahmadinejad´s words once again prove the importance of bringing Jewish and non Jewish, political and social groups together in the case for Israel.

Send an email to oren@il-israel.com and find out how ILI will support you in launching Israel Day in your city, wherever you are.

ILI means: I like Israel. Many people like Israel. Because they take seriously the Bible or have worked on a Kibbutz. Because they admire democracy and pioneering in Israel, find the Negev romantic, have friends in Haifa or miss Tel Aviv. There are many reasons to stand by the side of Israel. The most important is called: Character.ILI says: “Politics must not be bought through petrodollars. I don’t let my opinion be manipulated by media and facts shall not be distort through Terror. ILI makes my position for Israel visible and my opinion audible”.ILI has a goal: By 2010 200 cities worldwide commit themselves to Israel every year, at the “Yom Haatzmaut”, the Day of Independence. As a manifest of political ethics and as a courageous signal for other countries. With the little ILI flag the friends of Israel commit themselves to this big goal.

[ I'm trying to organize it with some friends at my town even though we do have parades this day, another one won't harm, however, that depends on the 9th Grade's test times ]


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