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It means going back to the ghetto.

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Submitted by Malcolm Smith (Australia), Aug 14, 2016 at 18:01

All this is to be expected. As Phillip Longman pointed out in his essays, "Liberal Baby Bust" and "Survival of the Godliest", it is the most religious elements in every society who are breeding the fastest. In the case of Jews, it will mean going back to the ghetto. It is almost impossible for a religious Jew to practice his religion properly outside of a closed Jewish community. Judaism is a barrier to assimilation just as Islam is - but at least Judaism is not violent.

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