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    • Steve
    • 16.02.06 | 19:57 (IST)

    I am 51 years born and brought up in England. Am Jewish, PROUD TO BE SO. Extremeists from ALL walks of life do what they do best, namely take extreme positions. Fashions go in patterns, and it is currently fashionable to hate. Is hatred objective, can it be bothered ascertaining facts? Many in the British establishment have both been pro-Arab and anti-Israel (noty always the same thing) for a long time. Jews and Israel are always more on "probation" regarding their behaviour then anywhere else. Not really surprising if legitamacy of existence is never truly accepted. As far as I am aware, whilst the Anglican Church, the AUT, Archtitects, etc may take a pro-Palestianian bias, these are not places or institutions run by Muslims. Perhaps Prince Harry, wearing that infamous Nazi uniform, isn't REALLY third in line to the throne, but is a pretender to some Caliphate. Return to pre-1967 Borders. West Bank for Jordan.Gaza for Egypt. NO PALESTINIAN STATE. PERMANENTLY.

    from the article: The new British anti-Semitism
    First published 00:00 16.02.06 | Last updated 00:00 16.02.06
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