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    • SPTZ
    • 17.12.07 | 10:41 (IST)

    aaron, you write like a lost tribesman. if you lived (forget you short trip) in Israel, you would see how much equality there is. A country which is dominantly Jewish with a Jewish means of existence and history can proudly proclaim its accomplishments. Your adversion to something more Jewish than your seemingly low level of observance and understanding is no reason install a fantasy secular government and freedom for all. You define Naive. WAKE UP from your generational Jewish dormancy. Learn more about history and Jewish survival- go beyond your jps library and quasi-intellect! Put some Aish under your tuches and smell the Jewish flowers growing in a great place called Eretz Yisrael! Expand your horizons beyond the Haaretz "school of Jewish Doom". When you worry as much about your fellow Jew as you seem to worry about the stranger, you might understand the facts of life in Israel.

    from the article: A celebration for Jews only
    First published 00:00 16.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.12.07
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