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    • Steve
    • 04.12.07 | 05:50 (IST)

    In WWII, the people you spoke of were killed as a result of war. The holocaust was the mass extermination of people for no other reason than they were Jews. Or political prisoners, mentally retarded, or just not genetically "perfect". Subtle difference between that and a V-2 in the night, I know. In fact, 11 million died in the holocaust, but nowhere in history that I can find, have so many from a single "group" been put to death for no reason other than being who they were. In this case, Jewish. Read a book then tell me - before 1948, where were the other Arab countries screaming for a Pal state? But 8 hours after the 1948 resolution was signed, the first bus with women and children was bombed and the first lies..sorry, cries..of "stolen land" went up. Both by Arabs. Where's your condemnation of the bombers who blew up children? Infants, toddlers...guilty of nothing but being Jewish, and for the Pals, that was enough. Where's your outrage over that?? Hypocrite.

    from the article: U.K. Muslim group ends boycott of Holocaust Memorial Day
    First published 00:00 03.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.12.07
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