#21: what are you afraid of? message or messenger? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • bystander
    • 01.05.06 | 07:23 (IDT)

    this is exactly the kind of mind that terrifies me!!! tell, me, how do you see yourself different from the "terrorist" muslims? you're acting the same, and you're DEFINITELY expressing it. why doesnt anyone talk about the increasing influence of "jews" in europe and the US? or would that make me an anti-semite, for mentioning the subject? its not muslims who sponsored the law that LIMITS press freedom, by terrifying journalists of even thinking to write anything related to israel for fear of being blackmarked as "anti-sememtic". muslims in europe are a SAD majority, many cultural backgrounds and un-interested in politics, because all they want is a decent life away from oppression in their countries. but jews.... a different story. and by the way, what terrifies you of islam? have you ever READ anything on islam, or is it pre-conceived ideas? have you ever read the history, or do you just like to babble? read about how islam treated christians and jews!!!!

    from the article: Ah, where are those Arabs?
    First published 00:00 30.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 30.04.06
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