Israeli acts of kindness deliberately overlooked by the international mainstream media

One thing I have noticed is that the mainstream media does not seem to be interested in portraying acts of kindness such as these.

Notice in the photo below that the IDF soldier is helping a PALESTINIAN man NOT a Jew! So, I would suggest to anyone who claims Israelis and the IDF as a whole are mean, violent and hateful people, to say goodbye to such silly and baseless notions.

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In this one, an Israeli policeman is seen handing a warm blanket to a homeless woman. There goes the argument that Israel’s police are a bunch of brutal, insensitive, uncompassionate, violent creatures.

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In this one, a uniformed IDF soldier is seen assisting an old – presumably low vision or blind – man to walk to a particular place to catch a bus.

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And this guy here is a absolute gem. He’s offering FREE tea and donuts  to passersby! Yes, FREE. What for? Just to see them smile! What a beautiful heart!screen-shot-2017-01-07-at-8-28-11-pm

And in this one, an IDF soldier thought nobody was watching him and proceeds to assist an elderly person with a little hand trolley across the road. Turns out his act of kindness was caught on camera and put up online. Again, another beautiful soul helping others!screen-shot-2017-01-07-at-8-28-41-pm

What about this guy named “Gabriel the Angel?” Apparently, every week he brings carts of free food to families in need so that they can enjoy a. “delicious shabbat meal.”

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And this amazing kid here has a huge heart and a desire to help those in need. Each day, after school, he prepares hot meals for the needy. Well done young man! Your parents should be proud!screen-shot-2017-01-07-at-8-55-27-pm

Here’s an IDF soldier SHARING his food with a hungry little Arab girl! Once again, say bye-bye to any preconceived notion that the IDF, as a whole, hates Arabs and wishes to kill them whenever the opportunity.

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And I could give plenty more examples, but I think these are the best ones I’ve seen so far.

Every single one of these heartwarming random acts of goodwill to fellow humanity, are an extension of the benevolence and bigheartedness of the Israeli people.

Of course, whenever it comes to other countries around the world, especially the United States, acts of kindness tend to end up in the media on a frequent, if not daily, basis.

But none of this is ever seen on the news – certainly not at an international level. Of course, true heroes are usually humble people, but we never see any media outlets readily jumping on things like this as they would in the U.S.

Why is that?

Clearly anti-semitism is rife in a world defined by social justice warriors and liberals who believe in “equality” for all regardless of race, creed, colour, ethnicity, sex etc but somehow believe that Jews don’t deserve equality. I smell hypocrisy here and it stinks to high heaven.

Anti-Israel advocates are busy pushing the fake narrative that Jewish people and the IDF are inherently hateful.

That is nothing less than an outright lie and people should be ashamed for peddling such baseless falsehood.

Regardless of such hate, I thought it would be a nice idea to highlight these random acts of kindness and show people that we need more love and goodwill in this world following after the example of the Jewish Messiah, Jesus Christ, who said “it is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35).

About the Author
Caleb Stephen is a widely-published Christian freelance journalist, columnist and the founder and Editor-In-Chief of TJ Media (TruthJournalism.com). He is based in Adelaide, South Australia. He writes regularly for world-renowned websites such as WorldNetDaily (WND), The Daily Caller, The Times of Israel, The Huffington Post, Jerusalem Post, WeAreChange.org and Intellihub News. Visit his website CalebStephen.com and follow him on Twitter @CalebSOfficial
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