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The same in Europe

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Submitted by annemarie cherlet (Belgium), Apr 30, 2004 at 04:16

Jews in Europe never had the same "golden age" as in the United States, but after World War II, at least in Western Europe, they were relatively safe. But the massive immigration from muslim countries changed all that. Now, the violent antisemitism from the Middle East has been imported in our cities. When we speak up against this, we are accused of "racism" and even neofascism. Even if we only try to protect our jewish neighbours.
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