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    • Fortuna Benmayor
    • 05.10.09 | 22:55 (IST)

    Yes, the dare. Iran dares too. The Arab world dares to spew anti-Semitic things that would raise your hair. But it doesn't end there. Sweden (with the notable exception of its ambassador to Israel) doesn't withdraw their suppoer for Aftonbaldet's defamation that IDF soldiers "plunder" Palestinian organs. Norway makes an academic Israel-bashing fest in one of its universities. The president of Honduras talks about Israeli mercenaries torturing him. And it goes on, and on, and on, like in the 1930's but world-wide. I have no idea if we can make peace with Arabs, but I do know that the current anti-Semitism is fatter than everything we could even imagine just a few years ago.

    from the article: Palestinians, U.S. Jews spar over 'Judaizing' Jerusalem
    First published 19:52 05.10.09 | Last updated 22:37 05.10.09
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