Rav Avigdor Miller On Israeli Foreign Policy

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 Q:
What foreign and domestic policy should the Israeli government follow?

A:

That’s a question that I’m not confident to answer. But there’s one thing I can say, that whatever it is, it should be a policy of friendship with America. Now, friendship with America doesn’t mean with the New York Times. The New York Times will want only one thing of Israel, otherwise they will never be satisfied. They want Israel to give up all of it’s territory, even Yerushalayim, they want that everything should be surrendered. And one of the big problems today is that for many Israelis, for many of the leaders in Medinas Yisroel, the New York Times is their Bible.

TAPE # 555 (June 1985)