Two attackers were riding a motor bike when they opened fire using machine guns at a checkpoint in Saqqara, a Cairo suburb and site of some of Egypt's oldest pyramids.13:19 28.11.15 | 0 comments
the Jews were seen as somewhat of a virtual people scattered in the Diaspora for some 2 millennia, they were more prone to annihilation (i.e., look up Holocaust). He said that for the Jews to become un-exterminate-able (I know, not English), they should form a strong bond to a place/land/country and become tangible. He was therefore stressing his identity as an Israeli land-related entity as opposed to a Jewish religious-oriented entity (who can exist anywhere in the world). He may have a good point but to present it in such a vulgar way to unsuspecting Jews in America was kind of stupid and insensitive. After all who is to determine what/who is a Jew, certainly not A.B. The enigma should remain unanswered; no one must try to destroy the "mystical" phenomenon called the Jewish people. Anyone who tries will fail. I for one think that Jews should also remain in the Diaspora; for if all were to converge here, it would be easy to destroy the Jewish people in one go (i.e Iranian nuke).