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A doomed mission

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Submitted by Yuval Brandstetter MD (Israel), Apr 24, 2007 at 12:47

Asking a Jew (Joel Klein) to intervene in the business of Islamizing Brooklyn is doomed to failure. The guilt ridden Jew cannot help himself but help his avowed antisemitic enemies. Try another tack, a catholic tack, a protestant, atheist, buddhist, eskimo, anything but a Jew. Then you might stand a chance at holding back the Islamo-fascist manifestation of "education"

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