re:for pities sake, warsaw ghetto - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • saif
    • 12.07.05 | 05:06 (IDT)

    well why do we have to look to the arabs or africa for despotic regimes. there is one right here in israel complete with a powerful right wing.. tell me how many countries have such a large right wing presence,, maybe in the past rhere was nazi germany or stlalinistic russia where racial policies were the more of the time. israel has come very close to eugenics, we dont ahve to remember that far back.... well south africa was a country that was as rigtheous as any in defending the witeness of their culture. the black hordes a nightmare as are the arab hordes. well we neednt be afraid we have the wall now thank God no more arab niggers. well is that sort of a country that we want our beloved israel to become. or maybe as was the case with the muslim countries of the past where muslim and jew lived in harmony, why so many jews even now identify with arab culture more , even background, persian jews, morroccan jews.. they were dhimmis back then with the muslims but israel is infinitely more worse than the dhimmi culture of yore. muslims can marry jews and christians but can a jew .. never... can he marry legally.. never. well what are we talking about ... the very freedom jews want now they deny to the evicted arabs.. love thy neighbor .. not for non jews... fobiddden to kill,,, not for non jews..off to the gas chambers for arabs... even if their end is by a a tank shell, poisoned, dirty water... who lives the warsaw ghetto now.. any jews,, sorry all i see are palestinians... want for your self that you want for your neighbor and vice versa... till then there is no peace and justice.. so for those that believe in Yahwah ,, realize that all actions are accounted for... just as muslims are not allowed to kill anyone defenceless,, they too will answer to Yahwah. so lets have a GOOD answer for G-D when jews go up. or they might find themselves in a hell that was of their own making.. long live freedom and justice..

    from the article: A world path not followed
    First published 00:00 10.07.05 | Last updated 00:00 10.07.05
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