Senior Rabbis of the religious sector in Israel sent a letter to the President of the United States Mr. Joseph Biden and thanked him for his support for Israel. They requested: Do not act to halt our forces in our struggle for victory. They requested not to heed to those who incite against settlers.
Senior Rabbis of the Rabbinic Federation "ERETZ HATOVA" who signed the letter: Rabbi Dov Lior, Rabbi Yaakov Ariel and Rabbi Chaim Steiner. The administration: Rabbi David Chai Hachohen, Rabbi Eitan Eisman, Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu and Rabbi Yosef Artziel.
The Rabbis opened the letter with praise to the President on his unwavering support for Israel. They also requested that he stand together with world leaders who adhere to Bible values, and support Israel in her struggle to eradicate evil:
"It is incumbent on the world to support the eradication of evil and to stand on the side of Israel. The Jewish nation enriched the world with values of good and kindness based on the Bible, from which many enlightened nations draw. The world has a moral obligation to eradicate evil from the world, and therefore it is important to support and strengthen Israel who stands on the front of this campaign. In the name of our nation we thank you and the American nation for your contribution to this struggle."
The Rabbis referred to continuing the fighting: "The Bible does not exhibit mercy to the cruel and murderous, yet it is cautious about endangering seekers of justice. We request that you guide your support for our people in the same spirit. Do not act to halt our forces. Do not increase the danger to our soldiers' lives."
About the campaign against the settlers of Judea and Samaria which the Secretary of State Anthony Blinken hinted at: "We ask you not to heed those who espouse hatred to Jews and incite against settlers in Judea and Samaria. From close interaction we know these settlers to be ethical and decent people." The Rabbis added: "The settlers do not suffer from Arabophobia, nor do they wish to abrogate rights of Arabs individually. On the contrary, settlers are the ones victimized on the roads by stone throwing, shootings and stabbings."
In conclusion the Rabbis requested: "We believe that it behooves you, as a seeker of global justice, to recognize the difference between good and evil, to differentiate between the persecuted and their tormentors. We call upon you to halt unjust attitudes and practices aimed at settlers by the administration that you lead."