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    • G. Anjing
    • 14.08.06 | 23:21 (IDT)

    In the good old days Israel was perceived to be the land of God's people. Now we know better. True Torah Jews consider Israel with its force and cruelty an abomination and a challenge to G-d's will. We now see the true Israel: A country established by UN resolution but which gives a damn in all Israel critical resolutions. A country that only knows to live by the sword, and has no qualms when it comes to stealing, destroying and killing, terrorizing and humiliating its neighbours. A little shoplifting fits nicely in here. The tide has turned: Israel is considered a pariah state, and official Israeli aggressiveness can be thanked for that. Public opinion in Europe has turned against Israel and this has nothing to do with anti-semitism, but it has all to do with Europeans' dislike of crime against humanity. Europeans could not care less whether Israelis worship G-d, or whether their mothers were Jews. So stop hiding behind anti-semitism, and join the human race.

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    First published 00:00 14.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.08.06
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