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Why can Muslims BOYCOTT Jewish owned businesses and the world think this is justified ?

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Submitted by Dansk (Canada), Jun 7, 2007 at 15:29

On June 9th, 2007...around the world in 82 locations, there will boycotts against JEWISH owned businesses which support Israel and other Jew-Hate events, organized by Muslims and their best friends on their left.

Why are Jews demonized and Muslims accommodated ? Why is this so acceptable?

Is "religious accommodation" a one way street to serve a POLITICAL PURPOSE of submission ?

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