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If its a fantasy in Europe, how much more in Israel

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Submitted by yuval brandstetter MD (Israel), Jul 23, 2009 at 01:24

Left wingers in Israel love to show off the "integration" of Arabs who hold Israel ID's as proof-positive of Symbiosis. They actually refer to Arab "Israelis" as "bridges to peace"

But reality is that Arab neighborhoods in pre-1967 Israel are totally closed to Jews. Most of the property crime invlove "Israeli " Arabs, rape/murder of jewish women by Arabs is rampant, a third of the terrorist plots originate among "Israeli" Arabs rather than "Palestinian" Arabs, the rate of Islamification the so-called Dawwa among "Israeli" Arabs is increasing, and while birth-rates are decreasing the antisemitic polemic literature semantics and activity of "Israeli" Arabs and their self identification with the larger Arab world and Islamo-Nazi aspirations for total Judeocide are increasing.

Even the most ardent supporters of Jewish -Arab raprochement among the Jews are giving up with frustration. Only those actually paid, in big Euros, via international European (or should we say Eurabian) bodies such as "Peace Now" and "Breaking the Silence" maintain the vogue of cryptic antisemitism under the guise of Symbiosis and Equality and Integration.

Most curious, the more Europe realizes its predicament and raises the fences, the more it demands Israel lower it fences and allow the full-blown Arab invasion into tiny 12 thousand square-mile Israel. But then Hypocrisy has been a European big suit for centuries, which is why Jews have made their decision to emigrate from Europe. Now the Europeans themselves are making some of the same choices, seeing the Islamist hordes taking over their cities. Just look at the Swedish city of Malmo that had to hold an international tennis match behind closed doors - for fears of Arab antisemitic riots

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Assimilation? Not much and reversing course. [399 words]Agusto AquinoJan 16, 2015 08:26220411
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Newsweek is at best, deplorable. [34 words]YnnatchkahJul 23, 2009 17:52159204
1Blind Optimism [141 words]LogiconJul 23, 2009 09:52159193
If its a fantasy in Europe, how much more in Israel [275 words]yuval brandstetter MDJul 23, 2009 01:24159185
Europe's Future [54 words]JugglerJul 25, 2009 02:15159185
3islamists are not content with the established European order, they hate it and us. [180 words]Phil GreendJul 23, 2009 00:19159182

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