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    • Adam
    • 02.10.05 | 22:42 (IDT)

    I would like to know how long yuour family has been living in Israel. I mean lets take Ariel Sharon for example, he is a palestinian. He lived in Israel before 48. SO when you refer to all Jews in Israel as foreigners, you lose all credibility. For example, the majority of people in the U.S: can't trace their heritage in U.S. back more than one generation maybe two at best, so are they all foreigners. No. THe governemetn had an immigration policy that allowed europeans to freely immgrate to the U.S. just as Israel does for Jews. And you say that New York Jews would not tolerate one second of living like the Palestinians, and they shouldn't, they aren't blowing people up in the streets. I would hope that if the Jews in New York as a group, declared to push all the non-Jews into the sea, and destroy the American city of New York, that the army would retaliate in a manner accordingly. Think about what you are saying.

    from the article: A police of Jews
    First published 00:00 02.10.05 | Last updated 00:00 02.10.05
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