Lol, maybe you should research what groups are opposing Israel and what they all have in common.
All of the Palestinian groups that oppose Zionism are blatantly anti-Semitic. The vast majority of the Arabs that oppose Zionism are blatantly anti-Semitic. Those constitute the vast majority of anti-Zionists.
What 'facts' have you given? All you've done is spout generic anti-zionist canards.
Lol. The human rights council is a joke. Do you see China, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Russia, Cuba, and Morocco as valid arbiters of human rights>
Anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism are, in 99% of cases, the same thing.
I support Israel because they are worthy of support, not because of my religion. That's impossible for an anti-Semite to understand, however, because Joos. Lol. Israel has a thriving free press. Ever heard of Haaretz? What about the Arab outlets?
Nice straw man there. Israel has, in fact, done things wrong. As a practical matter, they've done far less wrong than any Palestinian group. But hey, that's liberal logic for you: *Sandinista regime, with unfree elections, unfree press and death squads = Good *Cuba, an unfree communist regime = Good *Hamas, an Islamist terrorist group that wants to kill all the Jews and establish a theocratic regime = Good *Israel, a secular, free country with free elections and free press = Bad LOL, where do you get your news from. Hamas?
Terrible because I'm not a fan of communist dictatorships with sham elections and because I'm not spouting off Hamas rhetoric? Sure, if that's what your 'terrible poster of the month' award goes to. I know, it's horrible, right? Don't worry though. Hamas Mickey Mouse will annihilate the Jews and teach the children the wonders of Islamic rule.
I love how you selectively quoted Wikipedia without including this part:
You've said it's a free and fair election. Why would you not be satisfied with the free and fair rules of that free and fair election being used here?
Are you seriously trying to argue that if the Sandinistas didn't control the media, the result would have been the same? "Ready for a change" is an amazing understatement. I'm sure you would be 'ready for a change' if your country was being ruled by a group of thugs who surpassed basic liberties and killed basically whoever they wanted? The fact the opposition coalition included basically every party that wasn't the Sandinistas should give you a fair indication of how repressive Nicaragua was. Even the communists were rejecting the thuggery of the Sandinistas. Ortega only won in 2006 (with 38% of the vote) by heavily, heavily moderating (at least vocally) and rejecting (at least vocally) outright Marxism-Leninism in favor of democratic socialism. And the only reason he could run in 2011 is because the Supreme Court, stacked with Sandinista judges, ruled term limits were illegal. And the 2011 election was widely criticized for being non-independent and non-transparent by the EU and US. If anything it's shown he has a fairly consistent base of around 40% of the vote, with the only two times he got above that 1984 and 2011) being unfree, unfair elections.
If Nicaraguans and Cubans love their communist overlords so much, why not have actual free elections, with a secret ballot and a free press? Oh wait, because as soon as they allowed that in Nicaragua (1990), the communists were out of a job.