Top 10 most anti-Semitic countries


Recently, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) released the top anti-Semitic countries.

This list of many major oil producing Middle Eastern Muslim nations highlights the need for Israel to ensure energy independence in the region.


Top Anti-Semitic Countries

The top 10 Most Anti-Semitic Countries in the world.


  1. The West Bank and Gaza
  2. Iraq (#3 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)
  3. Yemen (#11 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)
  4. Algeria (#6 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)
  5. Libya (#9 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)
  6. Tunisia (#13 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)
  7. Kuwait (#5 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)
  8. Bahrain (#14 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)
  9. Jordan
  10. Morocco/Qatar/UAE (#4 & #7 Middle East/ North Africa oil producer)

Read more on this list and study by the ADL.


The economic and political stability of Israel, indeed, its very survival is at stake not in any small measure because of its dependence on imported oil and gas. The desire to free Israel of such dependence has opened up unexplored areas of Israel and, today, more sophisticated exploration and drilling techniques than previously used are being utilized to assess the oil potential of those areas.

The State of Israel lies in the heart of the Middle East and is surrounded by areas in neighboring Arab countries which contain the world’s largest oil fields.  These oil fields are the blessings and posterity which God had promised Abraham also for his son Ishmael in (Genesis 17:18-20) and by Isaac’s blessing also of his son Esau in (Genesis 27:38-39). The genealogies of Ismael (Genesis 25:12-18) and Esau (Genesis 36) show that their descendants became the inhabitants of modern day Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries from Egypt to Iraq, Jordan to Yemen.

The State of Israel, as a member of the free world and as the only true, stable democracy in the Middle East, strives to find oil to remain independent from outside political pressures.

In 1988, the Government of Israel, acting through the government-owned Oil Exploration Investments Ltd., its affiliates and subsidiaries and geological consultants of renowned international reputation, established the hydrocarbon potential of Israel, and validated the existence of significant quantities of recoverable oil and gas in the Land of Israel, as also exist in the neighboring countries of the Middle East.

Past exploration efforts have yielded several small on-shore discoveries and the recent, significant gas fields off-shore in the Mediterranean Sea.  But the “real potential” still awaits discovery!

Following continued assessment of all geological and geophysical data, renowned petroleum engineers, geologists and geophysicists continue to ask … “where is the most logical place to drill where we can be sure of ‘tapping’ those vast reservoirs of oil?”

Yet, there is an “ANSWER”, and it is found in the most “overlooked” source of geological information available to mankind today … the Bible!  The archaeologists have found the Bible to be their unerring guide to hidden treasures … Why cannot the geologists utilize the same “tool” to find this oil?

So we searched the Bible and found numerous occasions where, I believe, the Bible in describing the division of the Land of Israel among the sons of Jacob – commencing in Genesis (Chapter 49) when Jacob on his deathbed summons His sons and says “Gather yourselves together, that I might tell you that which shall befall you in the LAST DAYS” (Genesis 49:1) and concluding in Deuteronomy (Chapters 32 and 33) with Moses’ song of praise of God and his blessings of the twelve tribes as God prepares him to view the “Promised Land” which HE had given to HIS chosen “Children of Israel” – makes direct reference to the existence of OIL in Israel.

From ‘The Oil of Israel’ Vision Book by Zion Oil & Gas founder, John Brown. Receive your own vision book by ordering a free information pack.