Susie Dym
Susie Dym

Oy Vey iz Colombia – and what you can/should do

Colombia has decided to “recognize” a Palestinian ‘state.

Colombia must be urged, by all decent people everywhere (yes, decent people just like you!), to reverse its harmful pro-terror last minute decision.

Write in now – stay on the right side of Jewish history.

Example letter —


Colombia President Ivan Duque

EMAIL ADDRESSES:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Mr. President, I urge you to reverse the last minute, harmful, unjust and pro-terror decision of the former president of Colombia recognizing another Palestinian-Arab state. Having Colombia “recognize” a Palestinian Arab state which would be Iran’s proxy is dangerous and damaging. An entity with “state” status would be far more powerful, hence even worse, than the already extant Palestinian Authority which pays terrorists to murder children and babies; names schools, streets, museums and sports teams after terrorists to encourage Arab children to become terrorists; opposes normalization with Israel; and discriminates against Christians. Recognition of a Palestinian-Arab state damages Colombia’s good name and its relations with America and Israel, and endangers Colombia’s Jewish community by even further empowering and legitimizing anti-Jewish terrorism, while de-legitimizing tiny Israel’s need for a secure, viable state.

Please rescind this terrible, anti human rights, anti-Semitic decision. Retract the hasty “recognition” of a powerful Palestinian Arab terror kingdom just a bike-ride away from peaceful Jerusalem, crowded Tel-Aviv — and isolated Israel’s sole international airport. Israelis and Israel’s leaders strongly oppose establishment of yet another Palestinian Arab state contrary to what you may have heard. What they wisely support is peace and freedom in the Middle East. So, too, should Colombia.

Thank you.

Sincerely, (YOUR FULL NAME)

Special thanks to the ZOA, a princely American Jewish organization

About the Author
Susie Dym is a London-born, English-speaking Israeli. By profession, she's a patent attorney in Israel’s private and defense industries. She also has over 20 years of experience in public affairs including introducing the Israeli parliament to the novel concept of achievement orientation by masterminding the Mattot Arim reports. She still serves as spokesperson for Mattot Arim, an Israeli NGO working toward peace-for-peace since 1992, and is well connected to Israeli public figures in government and media.