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    • PaulR
    • 27.12.11 | 13:43 (IST)

    Has anybody ever tried to figure out why these ugly Jewish women haters as well as their more numerous Arab counterparts are the way they are, discounting women from human society? It can only be due to their religious fanatisism that does not allow sexual intercourse before marriage. Then they, especially todays Jews, are superactiv and make children to total physical exhaustion. As I read some years ago in a statistic, haredi men are 25% of the clientel of Israels prostitutes. This is one way of keeping their erections in check. What is happening in todays Israel could turn out to be the end of Israel, unless a government get the courage together and cracks down on these perverse Haredim that probably are only a small minority amongst the 700'000 living in Israel and do not abuse their womenfolk, although they are still quite parasitic and do contribute - if at all - extremely little to the country that keeps them and their families with tax money.

    from the article: Israeli city braces for 10,000-strong protest against exclusion of women
    First published 00:28 27.12.11 | Last updated 00:28 27.12.11
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