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    • weshawehu
    • 07.06.12 | 14:57 (IDT)

    There are many difrences in Israel faith but only one Israel/ there are many Jews through out the world, some that the extreme have excluded from Israel. Even the law states the sojourner is like being home born. Those Jew that are through out the world and in Israel have one thing in common with every Jew; we are Jews. I remember the death threats i recieved under my door and even under my pillow the hurt and anger I felt but there was nothing I could do about that. I chose to femain faithful to JEW and do my best before those enemies to help them under stand I was not going to run and was not scared of them but I had to choose where they going to stay enemy or was I going to make them friendly; i did the only right thing. Before I left that place the one that put death threats under my pillow told his nazi want to be friends to leave me alone and he talked often. Before I left that place the x army guy that broke my ribs and bruised my kidneys while beating me yelling die jew die you fucking jew fuck you jew die over and over again came to me and sat down and I told him about JEW and explained the words of the written Torah; even after leaving that place I still have people make jokes about jews and race insults. There is one thing difrent sects of Israel has that keeps every jew together that cant be seperate WE ARE JEWS FOR A REASON. Maybe one day we as jews can get past the raccism our selves as sects and then give example how to teach other people how to over come thiers. Just because one sect says another Is not jew does not stop the pain they feel in the face of hatred; god bless Israel and every jew.

    from the article: Insulting Reform Judaism won't bring Israel and the Diaspora closer
    First published 13:00 07.06.12 | Last updated 13:00 07.06.12
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