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    • bronxite10
    • 20.03.12 | 01:07 (IST)

    When something happens to Jews anywhere in the world, it is Israel's business. When something happens to Israel, it is the business of the Jews regardless of what country they are in. Jews have great faith in France, and France in many ways represents humanitiy at its finest. But Jews do not forget France's underside: Vichy, Drancy, Pierre Laval, Petain, the Milce, Charles Murrais, Action Francais, their ancesters, the anti-Dreifusards, and their progeny: Le Pen. If these names are unfamiliar to you, they are nevertheless familiar to us. They are very French names, and they are foul indeed. So, we trust the French authorities because France has a grand moral streak and has always defeated its Le Pens in the end, but we know what people are capable of, and we always want Israel watching out for their underside.

    from the article: Israel, French Jewish community express shock over Toulouse shooting
    First published 12:58 19.03.12 | Last updated 12:58 19.03.12
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