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Historys Irony of Shame

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Submitted by Jay (United States), Nov 16, 2006 at 01:00

Quite an irony of history is this article.Europe desroyed six million Jewish people who for generations tried as hard as they could to assimilate as Europeans.They have been replaced in sixty years by twenty five million Muslims who for many many years, arent trying very hard to assimilate at all.Its a shame the situation Europe finds itself in.It is shameful, and disgusting what happened to European Jewry.

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