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These people are frequently national socialists.
Many Jews fall into this category. They believe their race has a birthright claim on a specific geographical region in the Middle East: Israel.
Birthright Israel is an organization that advocates for this cause. The group funds trips to Israel for young Jewish adults.
Upon arrival at a Birthright Israel event, co-founder Michael Steinhardt was met with a gaggle of left-wing extremists who advocate for Palestinians in Israel and support divestment against Israel.
Many of the demonstrators are Jewish.
Steinhardt acknowledged the extremists — not with a Nazi salute — but with a middle finger salute.
A question arises: Should white people follow the example of Birthright Israel and form an organization called Birthright Albion?
From Times of Israel ▼
Michael Steinhardt, the co-founder and major funder of Birthright Israel, flashed his middle finger at protesters outside a gala dinner in honor of the 18th anniversary of the free trip to Israel for young Jewish men and women.
More than 150 students from colleges in the New York and New England areas protested in front of the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York, where the annual gala was held on Sunday evening. The students represented groups including Jewish Voice for Peace, Students for Justice in Palestine, the Palestine Solidarity Alliance and the Democratic Socialists of America, all of which support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.
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