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    • Akita
    • 02.12.11 | 22:24 (IST)

    “In the words of David Ben Gurion: In the free and prosperous countries, Judaism faces the kiss of death, a slow and imperceptible decline into the abyss of assimilation.” Then this explains why Israel has never been and never will be a prosperous and free country. Judaism, to Zionists, can only exist in a society that perpetuates depravity and despotism. Just like it was with the East European and Arab Jewry for centuries, where Jews created a society within a society that would be run under the dictatorship of the so-called Councils of Elders (usually rabbis and rich Jews).

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    First published 13:59 02.12.11 | Last updated 13:59 02.12.11
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