TOLERANCE? Absolutely! ...BUT--With Boundaries/Limits. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Proud Pal Defender
    • 06.01.07 | 04:07 (IST)

    By The Way-- It was not my intention to limit monitoring compliance...ONLY to the Muslim & the Buddhists. All Groups-- That are of a different religion (non-Christians)...AND/OR...with DISTINCT & ACTIVE TIES to other countries/people [that is, ACTIVELY & EXTENSIVELY, using America/Americans to further another country's/people's/ religion's goals & objectives...to this country's detriment (like now)]...should have their compliance/loyalties monitored...to make sure that they don't compromise/sacrifice...if not destroy this country. If You Want To Be A POSITIVE Addition To This Country & Help It Advance & Prosper-- You are welcome...NATIVE Or IMMIGRANT! People DON'T WANT TO END tolerance! They Want To: MAKE SURE that people Comply/COMPROMISE...& don't cross certain lines/boundaries...in/ regarding the country. IF HOWEVER-- You pursue another country's/people's/ religion's interests...MORE THAN OURS (except for NORMAL lobbying)...THEN YOU ARE NOT!

    from the article: First thought on most Jewish Congress ever: Wow. Second thought: Oy
    First published 00:00 05.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.01.07
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