And why does defending the people of Darfur preclude me from defending others? Did you by any chance defend the people of the Congo, or Cote d'Ivoire? How about Bosnia? Your stance that the socio-economic outlook does not have anything to do with the disenchantment experienced by those people, shows either an unwillingly ignorance to their predicament, or a purposeful turning of a blind eye. YOu never answered my question about latino and black gangs and crime. Is that also because of blind sheiks? Or are they all secretly muslim? And why would I leave this country? When did I ever say I hated it - c'mon now Gabe, stick with the argument. I do not disagree that the extremist masterminds are well-off and orchestrating this whole thing - and thats where all of your anger and disgust should be focused. If Islam is the only reason behind the rioting in Paris, and the socio-economic status and discrimination has nothing to do with it, then why are so few Muslims in the US involved in terrorism? Of course, there are the few bad apples, but nothing to the degree in Europe, or the ME. Why did the blind Sheik have to import terrorists from abroad? Again, gabe1, you seem like someone who has never really experienced racism by those who are supposed to be your countrymen, living in lovely Canada. So, again I reiterate my point - whats going on in Europe is a complex combination of poverty, discrimination AND religion. Not as simple as JUST religion, gabe1. Let me ask you - what is YOUR solution to this problem? Everyone is always quick to point fingers and hate, but no-one can really come up with a practical and sane solution.
Israeli ambassador to U.K.: Elements of left 'in denial' about 'disease' of anti-Semitism (Haaretz)
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