"Jews were once prolific in South African politics at every level".Really? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alan SA
    • 08.12.13 | 15:25 (IST)

    Can the writer of this article inform us of us of ONLY ONE NAME of a Jewish Member of the Nationalist Apartheid Government? To the best of my knowledge there was never even a Jewish Cabinet Minister or a Jewish M P Jews that were in Parliament were all in the Opposition ANTI NATIONALIST Parties.There wern't that many of them either...Unlike in say the US Congress and Senate. The ANC Jews were and are all Self Hating Jews.Today I don't think there is even one in Parliament or a Minister of the State. Who told the posters here that Jews "hated" the Blacks?Really?Thats nonsense.Even Winniec Mandela said that without the SA Jews she and her children would have been in dire straits Yes Israel did have outstanding relations with the SA Government in those times .Also many other African States did so too During the War years Nationalist Party was a Nazi Sympathiser Party with all Para Nazi Symbols and movements Actually Jews trembled when they won the 1948 election..

    from the article: Once prominent in South African politics, Jews take a back seat
    First published 19:02 03.12.13 | Last updated 18:28 03.12.13
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