What would have happened if Israel had lost in 1967?

That's what "Tobi the German" asked former IDF pilot turned "boycott and disinvest" activist Jonathan Shapira. You won't believe his answer!

The Follwing is an excerpt from "Catch The Jew!" by Tuvia Tenenbom

Meet former IDF pilot turned "boycott and disinvest" activist Jonathan Shapira. Shapira is idolized by many Israelis. He has even earned a song, entitled “Jonathan Shapira Make me Some Babies,” in which the Israeli pop singer Aya Korem sings of her wish to have children by him.

Tuvia: What would have happened if Israel had lost in 1967? How do you think the Arabs would have treated the Jews?
Jonathan Shapira; I have no idea.
Tuvia:  What do you imagine would have happened?
Jonathan Shapira;  I don’t know.

Of course he knows. He has seen many enlightening samples from his cockpit when he was a rescue helicopter squadron.....

Order "Catch The Jew!" by Tuvia Tenenbom 

"Catch The Jew!" by Tuvia Tenenbom is an an undercover investigative report on the international agenda to find fault with Jews and Israel and to poke fun at Israelis as well while he's at it!. To read the rest of Tuvia Tenenbom's interview with Israel's most lovable post-Zionist and to order "Catch the Jew!" click here.

"Yonatan Shapira Taaseh Li Yeladim" (Johnathan Shapira make some babies with me!) 

 

"Yonatan Shapira Taaseh Li Yeladim" (Johnathan Shapira make some babies with me!)  is a beautiful song by Aya Korem. It's a compelling piece by one of Israel's most talented musical superstars. Is there a heart-felt post-Zionist political message here or is Yonatan Shapira really all that charming?