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Shohat, a prominent Indian Jew, sought to influence Gandhi into more active support of the Jews.
Mahatma Gandhi's year-old letter wishing Jews "era of peace" unveiled in Israel
He was introduced though Hermann Kallenbach, a wealthy Jewish Zionist and close friend of Gandhi, who funded "Tolstoy's Farm" — the South African prototype for the Gandhian ashram — where he and Gandhi had lived together. Gandhi's days in South Africa influenced his decision to resist racial segregation and other injustices with nonviolent protests, which eventually helped India win independence from British colonial rule in In March , Shohat spent four days speaking to Gandhi at his ashram and emerged discouraged, feeling that Gandhi had adopted an Arab perspective of Zionism.
Still, they appeared to connect. Not long before he was assassinated in , Gandhi called the Holocaust "the greatest crime of our time," though still adhered to his core principle of pacifism.
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Similarly high percentages of Jews have voted for the Democratic presidential candidate in all presidential elections going back to and have favored Democratic candidates by at least a plurality in elections going back much further than that.
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Trump's assertion that "any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat, I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty" thus covers a very large percentage of the U. Jewish population.
http://mta-sts.builttospill.reclaimhosting.com/perkins-manual-de-servicio-p60.php In terms of "total lack of knowledge," Jews in America have by far the highest average education level of any religious group we measure, as noted earlier. These estimates are based on relatively small samples of Jews, meaning there will be some fluctuation from year to year based on sampling error -- but overall, I see no sign that Trump approval this year is higher than it was when Trump first took office.
Most of Trump's discussion of what he assumes should be Jewish support for his party and for his presidency revolves around his administration's policies toward Israel. He has followed through on a campaign promise to move the U. Presumably, American Jews are aware of Trump's actions, and the data clearly show that Jews have strongly positive views of Israel. Nevertheless, Trump's actions in support of Israel to date have done little to shift Jews' political allegiance.
My recent review of the available data shows that about nine in 10 American Jews are more sympathetic to Israel than to the Palestinians. That compares to about six in 10 of all Americans. In addition, almost half said that caring about Israel is an essential part of being Jewish with most of the rest saying it is important although not essential and nearly half reported that they had personally traveled to Israel.
Trump's assertion that Jews should in essence be single-issue voters whose presidential vote is directly swayed by his statements about and policies toward Israel is apparently much too simplistic. The majority of American Jews have voted for Democratic presidential candidates for decades and are politically liberal in their views of many domestic issues. Those facts of political life are not going to change overnight. The consequences of Jews' majority-level disapproval of President Trump and Jews' underlying Democratic political orientation is evident in an interesting recent finding reported by Pew Research.