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    • Leandro
    • 02.11.09 | 06:29 (IST)

    The celebration of Israels independence day is only celebrated by the Jewish comunity in Argentina. If the Syrian comunity dosn't celebrate their independence day is that they forgot or just don't care. Second, the celebration where those insurgents started beating people wasn't in the celebration of Israel's independence day, it was close to the date but it wasn't because of that. In Buenos Aires there was a special celebration called " Festival de las naciones " where all the nations would expose and show something, dancing , music,etc... The first one was Grece, after came Israel and happened what you have read. It was for all the nations not only for Israel. And let me tell you that the Argentinian Jewish are very Argentinians. We care about Israel, because it is the place from where we came, there we have friends and family, and a strong connection. But it's true that the Argentinian governament dosn't do anything to stop that.You can see paintings all arround Buenos Aires/.

    from the article: What can be done to stop the rise of anti-Semitism in Argentina?
    First published 13:22 22.10.09 | Last updated 14:28 22.10.09
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