First, I'd invite you to check out antiwar.com before you say it's antimilitary. It's mostly a compilation of statistics for those killed in wars throughout the world with links to outside articles. If you have another site you use to compile what's going on in the world please suggest it to the rest of us. Like I've said before I spend a few hours a week following the counsel that we learn about what's going on in the world. I don't think that makes me an expert and I rather question the idea that there are any experts in the field. So rather than hide our ignorance behind a lack of top secret clearances we should each become as informed as possible.
Second, antiwar is pro military. It's too bad we haven't had more folks against the wars our country has started in the past 60 years from the beginning. Tens of thousands of US soldiers dead or maimed who had no reason to be in some foreign land (don't even get started on how many they've killed and injured). I still regularly treat patients with cancer from Vietnam and that is usually the least of their problems.
If by rudeness you mean pointing out you have repeatedly confused the terms subjective and objective I'm certainly not going to concede the point. Israelis take more from the US than any other foreign group. That isn't my perspective, that's just how it is - presented objectively in per capita "aid" given to Israel by the US.
Finally, I think you've mistaken Jews in Israel with Israelis in Hebron (an area C Palestinian controlled territory). I was surprised when the settler representative on the tour said the commandment to kill all of the non-Jews living in Hebron is still active and supported by the Bible. I'm sure we can both point out others who believe in the extermination of people of another faith, but that's certainly aspect of Nazism embodied by the settlers in Hebron. Most Israelis are great people, just like most Syrians and Saudis are. It wasn't you who asked who the Nazi's are in this thread, and neither of us brought it up, but there are terrible people on both sides of what's going on in the Holy Land.
Anyway, have a nice Sunday. Not sure if this counts with agreeing with my adversary in the way but I hope you feel better about it.
If ye love the tranquility of servitude better than the contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.