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    • suisse
    • 01.12.09 | 21:53 (IST)

    Go to Israel and learn that you can't tell most Jews and Arabs apart because both are Semitic, including most U.S. and European Jews. Most Jews of Europe are darker than most north Europeans and look foreign to them, Middle Eastern, to be precise - so why do u think the Nazis were against the Jews in the first place? And how do u think they found out and caught many who tried to flee? It's because they looked different. It was a basis for the Nazi machine. And don't talk of light-skinned Jews unless you're ready for the fact that there are far more light-skinned Arabs, and Arabs period, than jews. Jews and Arabs pass as each other always, have related language, so yes, anti-semitism is a misnomer when applied to Jews alone. But Jews are native to MidEast and some Jewish communities hung on in Israel from ancient times to now. Other Jews return, all have a right to their ONE tiny Jewish state. So many morons are duped by the HUGE "Pal"/Hamas/Arab/Muslim oil-funded propaganda machine.

    from the article: Livni to Sweden: Ditch EU plan on dividing Jerusalem
    First published 02:32 01.12.09 | Last updated 13:56 19.12.09
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