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    • Rosane
    • 22.07.10 | 14:31 (IDT)

    I also live in Israel and I am not jewish. Sometimes, when people ask me if I am jewish (and, oooh, they ask) before they even ask my name, I tell them I am half hindu and half gipsy, cause I believe religion is an very intimate info and it is nobody business, except for official reasons. Otherwise, we open space all over the world for people to sue others for not declaring their religious status before anything. "hello, I am a jew, and I came to apply for the secretary job" and "Hi. I am a christian, do you mind if I take your daughter to the movies?" If she assumed he was a jew cause his name is 'Dudu', and ran to bed with him, and did not checked the dude, running to a nearby building to have sex with a semi-stranger, whose full name she did not know, too bad for her. She should be actually vey glad cause he is an arab, not a serial killer, otherwise, knowing how easy it is for people to cheat on her, she would be now in 25 pieces in a freezer.

    from the article: He impersonated a human
    First published 02:04 22.07.10 | Last updated 02:04 22.07.10
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