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Reader comment on item: Does Israel Need U.S. Jewish Support?

Submitted by ktchnsnk (United States), Apr 19, 2016 at 20:05

I suspect that far higher percentages of Jewish students than the national average continue their educations at major universities where they are inculcated with the Arabist points of view that overwhelmingly dominate foreign studies departments, as well as the "Religion of Peace" sort of blather that pervades the overall milieu.

Is it any wonder that they emerge from these Petri dishes of propaganda viewing Israel as a vestige of Western colonialism and
Israelis as "occupiers"?

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