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1933 Redux

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Submitted by Ben Kurtzer (United States), Jan 27, 2006 at 10:50

Thank you Dr. Pipes for clearly stating the parallels between the Hamas election and the election of Hitler in 1933.

We are seeing a repetition of history unfolding before our eyes. Fortunately, we have the State of Israel to combat this new threat to world stability and civilization. I hope that the rest of the world wakes up before its too late and stops this insidious threat of Hamas before it can gain even more power.
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