Europeans just unhappy some escaped - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • rick
    • 17.06.05 | 00:39 (IDT)

    Europeans or at least many of them love partaking or commenting on Holocaust observations, "Oh it was so horrible what they did to those poor Jews." Translation: "Why can't the Jews from Israel be like the old Jews we knew? We wouldn't ever do something to them like that again but we feel uncomfortable when we see Jews in tanks and jets beating the pants off anyone. It's just not their way! It's not Arabs we love. God knows they cause enough problems for us in our countries. You have to keep an eye on them or they'll steal you blind. But let's face it, Jews have become too arrogant. The way Jews are behaving today gives you a good idea why people got sick of them in the 1940s. If they can just go back to doing what they do best - doctors and lawyers, fine shopkeepers and stop all this nonsense of trying to keep their Jewish dream of Israel alive. I mean there are so many Arabs and so few of them what can you expect? Ther French called Israel 'that shitty little cpountry' - a bit too much but he has the right idea. Anyway, don't say I didn't tell you when those Jews finally lose a war and they get the same if not worse from those Arabs - probably a lot worse than what we did to them. Then they'll realize they should have never gone on this Israel thing and just came back to our open arms. Don't they realize how great things would have been after the war? We miss them yes, but it's a two way streeet and they have to accept us if we're going to make it work the next time. Jews belong in VIenna not in a land surrounded by Arabs. Oh well, if they're staying there don't expect us to support them. They're made their bed now they can sleep in it. If it weren't for all these Jewish-Arab wars I am sure we would be seeing a lot less Arabs in out countries. Even far away Jews still are trouble makers."

    from the article: Foreign Ministry protests EU contacts with Hamas officials
    First published 00:00 16.06.05 | Last updated 00:00 16.06.05
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