An extreme-right political party in Greece played a Nazi anthem during a charity event Wednesday which the authorities had attempted to ban.
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Funny. I didn't hear or read this Greek Party say they hate Jews. Why
are people trying to make this about jews. It has nothing to do with
Failed country and as usual trying to blame Jews. Thanks G-d for Israel
and for giving it to Jewish people. As predicted the enemies of Israel
will drown in their own blood and their own hatered.
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