The really finny thing here is all the Zionists desperate to convince themselves that Cameron could only have done this becaus ethey think Britain is about to be overwhelmed by Muslim hordes! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael UK
    • 29.05.11 | 11:31 (IDT)

    Muslims are about 3 per cent of the British population and there are about 6 or 7 Muslim MPs out of over 600, yet self-satisfied foreign Zionists sit here predicting Sharia law in Britain! In reality, the British public is overwhelmingly moderate and hates extremists of all types. I don't believe Cameron's excuse that he's dropped the JNF because of time because he must have known that Zionists would try to cause trouble over it. I suspect he did it, because he didn't want to be associated with an organisation that promotes one ethnic group over another. I'm not a fan of Cameron, but he has at least worked consistently to kick racism out of the Conservative party.

    from the article: British PM removes his name from list of Jewish National Fund patrons
    First published 01:19 29.05.11 | Last updated 01:19 29.05.11
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