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It's Not Road Rage, It's Terrorism

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Submitted by Steven L (United States), Apr 3, 2012 at 16:32

Jews have been and are still considered some kind of enemy of the Western societies. They are hated by the West and not powerful enough to impose respect. Muslims are more hated by the West but the West is afraid of the Muslims for reasons that we are all aware off. Now our Pr. has open the door further to inimical Muslim organizations

The Jews remain the punching ball of the West (Christian and post-Christian societies) and the Muslims.

The "left and far left" Jewish political organizations deny to the Jews any possibility to demand respect.

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