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Dreyfus Affair proved Jews could never be safe until they had a state of their own

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Submitted by Ibn Masud (United States), Jan 26, 2009 at 23:00

The Dreyfus Affair taught the Jews, that no matter how assimilated they were in society, they would never be safe until they had a state of their own.

So, in 1896, Herzl published The State of the Jews, the manifesto for a new political Jewish movement and now you guys have to do the same in America..

I suggest you become MUSLIMS and live in US with Honor and Dignity.

Ibn Masud

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