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Mayor Anna Little for Congress

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Mayor Anna Little for Congress

My personal endorsement goes to Anna Little, a woman I have met on a number of

occasions whose support for Israel runs deep and is at the core of her belief

system. Although Anna Little is not Jewish herself she has a wonderful spirit

and is perhaps the very best friend Israel has who will be running in the 2012

elections. I believe that Anna will be President of the United States one day.



At a recent event for her she appeared with a packet that sported both the

American and Israeli flags. The event was not a Republican Jewish Coalition

event, though Anna has attended Republican Jewish Coalition events and is

supported by Republican Jewish Coalition members, nor was it a Jewish event or a

pro-Israel event, it was simply an event for Anna Little. Anna Little does not

hide her support for Israel.



If you do nothing else for the rest of this year please do all that you can to

elect Anna Little and to defeat Barack Hussein Obama.

Israel, America, civilization itself, and the Jewish people around the world and

in America depend on the defeat of Barack Hussein Obama.



Electing Anna Little to Congress is a vitally important first step

in what I see as her eventual path to the Presidency.







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former Highlands Mayor Anna Little will

be the Republican nominee for the 6th District this November.

Israel

•Anna fully endorses Israels right to defend herself against all enemies.

•The United States must recognize that Israel knows best, on which policies are

most effective in ensuring stability in the Middle East, and to the safety of

Israeli citizens.

•Israel is the most interested party for peace, in the Middle East conflict.

•Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem ensures open access to the holy sites for

Muslims, Christians, and Jews.

•Israel is a democracy and our Ally in the Middle East region. The U.S. must

continue to support our allies.

•The United States should be guided by Israel in airport security measures.





U.S. Congressional Candidate Anna C. Little Attends Israel Memorial Day

Commemoration and Independence Day Celebration

By Pat | May 22nd, 2012 - 4:39pm Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – On Thursday night, April 26, 2012, Anna C. Little attended

a

moving Israel Independence Day celebration and Israel Memorial Day commemoration

at the

East Brunswick Jewish Center.



Yom HaZikaron, the Israeli Memorial Day, commemorating Israeli soldiers and

citizens who

have sacrificed their lives for the State of Israel, occurred on Tuesday night,

April 24 through

Wednesday, April 25. Yom HaAtzmaut, the Israeli Independence Day, which occurred

on

Wednesday night, April 25 through Thursday, April 26, celebrates the birth of

the State of Israel

in 1948.



The evening began with East Brunswick Jewish Center congregant, Yigal Oren,

husband of the

events organizer, Deena Oren, describing his experiences and difficulties

endured while trying

to emigrate from Iraq to Israel, along with his subsequent move to New Jersey.

Another

congregant described how, as a child, his parents paid to smuggle him and his

siblings out of

Iraq, through Iran, and then eventually to Israel in the 1950s. His parents were

not able to leave

until years later due to restrictions imposed on the Jewish population from the

Iraqi government.

Following Orens presentation, the evening proceeded with a Memorial Service,

commemorating

those who sacrificed their lives in establishing and defending the State of

Israel, along with those

who were victims of terror. The service included several Israeli songs, prayers

in memory of

those who died, emotional accounts of soldiers killed while defending Israel and

terrorist

victims, and the singing of the U.S. National Anthem.



I was deeply moved to hear the heartbreaking story of a man who lost his fiancé

in a terrorist

bus bombing in Jerusalem, while he was visiting the Oren family in New Jersey,

Little said.

Deena Oren described undergoing the anxiety of not knowing what happened, along

with the

fear of her friend possibly learning about the death through the Internet.

Hearing how Orens

friend recovered from such loss and continued his life in a positive manner

shows the stoic

courage that is so emblematic of how Israelis live their lives in the face of

the dangers from

Palestinian terrorists and hostile neighbors.



Following a heartwarming singing of Hatikvah, The Hope, the national anthem of

Israel, the

evening concluded with a festive celebration and dinner in honor of Yom

HaAtzmaut. The

dinner featured Israeli food catered by Maoz, an Israeli food chain with a

location in New

Brunswick. The celebration also included contemporary Israeli music and dancing.

Little said,

It was wonderful watching the children play and adults dancing to celebrate

life, freedom, and

the birth of the State of Israel.



Contact Info:

Anna Little For Congress Headquarters

732-658-5461-office

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

7:30 PM

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