why don't you ask for everyone to put their house in order? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • josh nyc
    • 06.03.13 | 11:38 (IST)

    so jews in europe don't deserve security because right-wing freaks in israel want to expel palestinians? that's the quid pro quo? europeans are free to attack their own jewish citizens, or tolerate muslims doing so, until israel "puts its own house in order"? i guess that means that the next time there are rockets from gaza, israel can just bomb the suburbs of paris, for example. no? is that not what you meant to say? speaking of putting houses in order, you're probably against israel demolishing the homes of terrorists (collective punishment and all). but why don't you simply tell those parents to put their own house in order (instead of raising "martyrs") if they want to avoid it being demolished? aside from that, you must be busy working on a list of tasks for israel to complete, which you will then personally certify as having "put its house in order", thereby compelling europeans to resume respecting jews' human rights. right? i guess in the meantime, europeans will be working hard putting their own house in order. or relaxing while the maid does it.

    from the article: Anti-Semitism in Europe: Jews are outsiders, not equals
    First published 09:34 04.03.13 | Last updated 09:34 04.03.13
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