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Rationalising Jew-hatred

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Submitted by Leon Poddebsky (Australia), Feb 15, 2005 at 15:39

Commenter Richard Sykes claims to believe that Jewish clannishness causes anti-Jewism. He is a perfect exemplar of those who rationalise this ancient irrational hatred. The very desire to eliminate the Jewish identity is itself extremist discrimination and xenophobia.

The global anti-Zionist jihad that is being waged against those Jews who have chosen to live in their own nation-state, Israel, rather than among the nations, is a clear refutation of Mr Sykes' contention.
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