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American Jews are scared

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Submitted by y Brandstetter MD (Israel), Mar 7, 2013 at 06:22

As opposed to their self- assured public face as american citizens, American Jews are utterly scared of being fingered as compromised loyalty. This is the most successful effort of the anti-semitic lobby: To make Jews afraid to fight for their brethren. At the same time, bona-fide Ikhwan operatives have no qualms or fear of being so branded . about working, from within the government, for their Islamist masters.

This is the end of Jews in America and the likely the end of America as a force for good in the world

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