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    • Yaron
    • 07.10.09 | 16:23 (IST)

    It is either fear of Muslims,or hate of Jews that some of our posters share with some Western politician,that will allow incitement. When they dressed as suicide bombers threatening more London bombing,praising the "magnificent"9/11.Waving placards saying"Europe you will pay"and"Europe you'll come crawling when Mujahideen come roaring".A conservative politician wanted to arrest those people,and guess what,"it's like a risk assessment,you have to look at the crowd you are dealing with. If we arrest one person with a banner the crowd would turn on us".For fear of more violence,we will allow violence.The same in Sweden Norway, Denmark,Spain....and now they want it in Israel.

    from the article: Israel fears violence following arrest of Islamic Movement head
    First published 01:38 07.10.09 | Last updated 08:11 07.10.09
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