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The Sephardi Nakba

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Submitted by Christian Zionist (United States), May 4, 2010 at 10:27

The Jews should learn to use and surpass the Arab propaganda techniques - for example, answering the Palestinian Nakba concept with extensive publicity about the Jewish (Sephardi) Nakba.

Indeed, Israel and the Jewish world should claim recompense not only for the Sephardi Nakba but also for the 1,400 years of dhimmitude which preceded it. Such recompense should take the form of Islam's obligation to morally support Israel!

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Daniel Pipes replies:

I agree but such a campaign would have been far more effective in 1950 than waiting sixty years.

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