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    • German tourist
    • 09.07.12 | 13:15 (IDT)

    and where should we go instead? I could say the same about Germany/ Europe where I live. At least Jews should boycott Germany, because nothing changed here since 1945 and the last years it became more and more fashionable to use anti-Jewish phrases. And this renaissance of hate it not only against jews, it's also against africans, gays, gypsies. In German newspapers you can read reports how people are treated at US airports - this is not better at all! But nobody complains if US-authorities put other countries under pressure to deliver personal data of ther their citizens!

    from the article: Israel airport security demands access to tourists' private email accounts
    First published 10:56 05.06.12 | Last updated 10:56 05.06.12
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