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    • Jean, le Libanais
    • 04.11.07 | 21:52 (IST)

    Any attack against Jews, in Europe or in the USA, is, as far as I'm concerned, felt as an attack against Lebanese expatriates too ... Yes, Jews and Lebanese thrive in business in Occidental countries. And many of my Lebanese friends, living in Europe, have reported similar allusions to criticism about a so-said "over-representation" in finance of "Semits"... "White" people are so stupid !! I wonder what would their economies look like without Jews and Lebanese !! Regards

    from the article: ADL survey: 15% of Americans 'unquestionably anti-Semitic'
    First published 00:00 01.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.11.07
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