Crasy drivel from Las Vegas. They lived in their homes till they were hauled in Oswentzim in 1937. What do you mean they are "comfortable"?? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Miron
    • 11.11.13 | 11:47 (IST)

    Someone is offering them homes where there is less Anti - Semitism? You mean Israel? Where? In Gush Katiff 2.0? Or in what is left outside of Gush Katiff where they will be "a-l-l-o-w-e-d" to live? The most interesting part, goim's lives are no better in any way. They are just as likely to suffer from discrimination or abuse. Somehow, since there is no "Jewish question" involved, for Haaretz it's not interesting. Like zombies, they only gorge on things that can promote internecine hate between Jewish people and rest of world. This press organ must be shut down for incitement. I am damn sure, there are cases of open Anti - Semitism, that can and should be exposed. But since when such a hard and dirty work, for which Mr. Pfeffer ( or his editor ) will be deeply hated in his next visit to some junket in same Europe, is any worry for guys in Las Vegas, where this pressorgan hails from?

    from the article: European Jews feel comfortable at home, but see rising anti-Semitism
    First published 09:01 11.11.13 | Last updated 01:26 11.11.13
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