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Iranian Anti-Semitism

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Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Apr 9, 2006 at 17:42

I have gone out of my way to avoid confrontation with Harrak, to no avail. People like Harrak and Baneeskhan believe in the totalitarian ideology of Militant Islam. They will never change. They cannot change. In his last replay, Mr. Harrak taunted me by saying that the Iranians cannot be anti-Semitic, because they are Semites themselves. I am not talking to Harrak, nor am I trying to provoke him. But for the rest of you, go to www.adl.org and check for the Iranian President's views on the Jews. Muslim anti-Semitism does exist.
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