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    • JewishHeart
    • 19.06.07 | 11:52 (IDT)

    I have contact with many of the Sudanese refugees that were released last week The majority of them are Christians and are under serious trauma now. They saw their friends and family massacred by the jihadis. Even the Muslims, that are Muslims by force for years, saw their families and friends massacred. If you can't shed a tear for these people and help them, whether you are from the right or the left. I was very proud when I found out that one of the people who gave the Sudanese refugees food in Beer Sheva was a Likkud activist! Remember why the temple fell... Sinat Chinam... as a rightist, I am beginning to understand how the left views our hardness of heart. these Sudanese are also victims, like us, of Islam and jihadism! We need to be OR L GOYIM folks! Not prideful stuck up stiff necked people.

    from the article: MK Bar-On: African refugees entering from south a major risk
    First published 00:00 19.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 19.06.07
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