US Jews Feel Alienated, no Kidding! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • A. Bennett
    • 08.05.06 | 01:08 (IDT)

    When I attended the university here I found contempt and even hatred by reason of my israeli name from my American Jewish schoolmates. When there was hatred of Israel most of them did nothing; many of them defended the hatred; when the Protocols were published most of them did nothing; some of them defended it under freedom of press and speech. When I complained some of them yelled me down; most of them did not support me. When I was denied admission to grad school by black professors the AmJew college beurocrats defended the people who violated my civil rights--because they were black, not because of w. They said they were "American Jews." They are Americans and they went out fo their way t o point this out to me even though I arrived here at age 5. Now the American Jews want to claim that they are the ones who feel alienated. I can't tell which Jew likes me and which Jew hates me so eventually you treat them ALL--generally--like they treat you--like a second class citizen!

    from the article: Alienated Jews
    First published 00:00 07.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 07.05.06
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