As a result, the US and the EU have gone to the great lengths to prevent Israeli regime from collapsing by helping it weather the challenges through forging a peace agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Tel Aviv that was once resistant to any calls for peace with the Palestinians has now made an apparent shift by seeking an accord.
There is a belief that the global Zionism is a new racist face of the old Judaism that does not seek a geographical territory with specific borders to realize its goals. Rather, a territory is valuable for the Zionism that can address its financial concerns and needs. This has been clear in the past few decades as the Israelis set eyes on various places for influence. Enjoying facilitation for activity across China provided by the intellectual institutes, universities, pro-Zionist institutions, and Talmudic clerics, Zionists have been seeking a toehold in Chinese society, particularly in Chinese academic centers. In fact, Israelis take advantage of a wide range of political instruments to prepare the ground for the Zionist viewpoints to be accepted by the Chinese society and authorities.
The aim is clear. The Israelis are striving after reforming the academic concepts among the Chinese. Some analysts even go beyond that, saying that the Israeli lobbying groups are pressing towards management, if not collapse, of China, the emerging global economy that is fast taking the US place. For Tel Aviv leaders, consistent trade interests of the Chinese people and the Israeli regime can introduce an integrated economic network between the two. This approach can help Tel Aviv realize its economic interests on the one hand and boost diplomatic and cultural interactions with Beijing on the other hand all to make sure that the tiny Israeli regime can be a big strategic partner for the giant China.
Tel Aviv provides religious services to the Jews in China using the Jewish temples. They serve the Israelis who go to China for work and education or the Chinese converts. Another point is the insistence of the Israeli leaders on building further Jewish temples across the Chinese provinces. The temples are majorly built in accordance with the Chinese architecture in a quest for closer relations with the Chinese government. For example, a Jewish synagogue in Kaifeng prefecture in central China’s Henan province takes cues from the Confucian culture and architecture styles, beside carrying tokens echoing Zionism.
Walking in line with the global Zionism charter that beside many recommendations calls for the Jews to hold journalistic sway in the target countries, the Jews of China founded over 50 newspapers that are published in 8 languages. One of them is the Chinese-language “Message of Israel”, founded in 1904. Journalism is not the only area of focus of the Jews. They also invest on other cultural representations, like museums.
Following official start of Beijing-Tel Aviv diplomatic relations in 1992, Tel Aviv did its best to facilitate activism of the Jews in China in multiple areas. The Israeli regime during these years built clubs, hospitals, and cemeteries special for the Jews of China. It even established aid agencies having volunteer Jews as their personnel.
The Chinese-American researcher and author Song Hongbing in his book Jewish Plans to Destroy China points that amid a marvelous Chinese economic boom, the global Jewish circles are designing a plot to manage or even destroy this big economic power. This plan, he suggests, is mainly followed by the global banks close to the Jews. One of these banks is close to the rich Rothschilds, a Jewish family whose wealth is up to $6 billion. Hongbing in his book talks about sway over the US Treasury Department by the rich and powerful Jewish families especially the Rothschild family, adding that the influence on the Treasury is exercised through bonds bought by this family. Even if this theory is set aside, it is clear that in past years the efforts to Judaize as many Chinese people as possible have been accelerated, beside Jewish circles' attempts to penetrate China’s society and power orbits.
In recent years, Tel Aviv also had its eyes on the Muslim-inhabited farming hubs of the Xinxiang city in China’s east. Israeli regime tries to portray a friendly face of zionist among the 30-million Chinese Muslim community. In a visit to China in 2000, Shimon Peres, the then regional cooperation minster, visited Beijing's biggest and oldest mosque as part of efforts to build friendly and spiritual relations with the Muslims of China. Beijing and Tel Aviv facilitate tourist visits of the two sides' nationals in bid to broaden their cultural bonds. Moreover, presently, three flights a week are scheduled from Tel Aviv to Beijing and Shanghai as two sides are eyeing expanding economic partnership. China also grants the Chinese agriculture students scholarships.
Despite the fact that China for over four decades supported the Palestine cause against the Israelis, Beijing shifted its approach since 1980 when the west Asian nation adopted “open doors policy.” Since then, Beijing put a premium on the economic interests in its foreign and domestic policies. This approach crucially transformed the Chinese stances on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Chinese-Israeli relations have witnessed two periods over time: before diplomatic relations, when the diplomatic contacts and military cooperation were secret, and after two sides' moves towards bilateral relations.
The fact that Zionism is a new face for the aging Judaism starting from the 20th century should not be disregarded. The Jewish cause is the issue of supremacism that puts the Jews on top of the list among others. Another matter, and probably the most important one, for the Jews is the money, as old as the history itself. This sect seeks taking advantage of its wealth under security. In fact, no land by itself is valuable religiously or ideologically for the Jews. A land is of value to them that can secure their economic interests, and now this land is China.
The Jews spread across the world. Figures suggest that a Jewish population as big as that in the occupied Palestinian territories is living in the US. 520,000 Jews only live in Paris, not to mention other Jewish communities in Latin America, Africa, Canada, Japan, and China.
Jews claim that their distribution is largely forced by the abuses they suffered in other places. But experts argue that the Jews immigrate only when they make sure that their interests in a geographical place are realized as much as possible and no more are left behind.
The Zionists secretly pursue their lobbying activities almost in every part of the world. The above-mentioned activism is just a part of their activities given journalistic publicity. They maximally use their resources to put strains on their opponents and penetrate the circles that are potentially inclined to support the pro-Zionist projects globally.
Zionists are resolved to put hard to work an array of tools like media, international economy, and global markets to serve their agenda. China, beside other countries, stands candidate for such an aim. In fact, it is ordinary that wherever we head we can see a pro-Israeli lobbying group, well-organized and ready to fight any obstacles blocking its objectives.
Many of the pro-Israeli global organizations and institutions, working under the guise of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) take their orders directly from the Tel Aviv leaders. They have a specific duty: spreading propaganda and attracting supporters in the target societies in a bid to push people to offer advocacy to the Tel Aviv policies or even decline to unleash reactions and outrage when the Israelis commit crimes against the Palestinians. The global network of Zionists is handled by a powerful central state system that misleads the public into supporting the Israel whenever criticism blames the regime or revelations expose its atrocities.