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How many Jews

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in response to reader comment: wrong again Dr RJP

Submitted by yuval brandstetter MD (Israel), Feb 9, 2006 at 17:30

The reader extolls the pluralistic Jordanian society, and by extension, Saudi society.
How many Jews live in Jordan? How many Jews were allowed to remain in Jerusalem under Jordanian occupation 1949-1967? How many Jews live in Saudi Arabia. How many synagogues are activce in Jordan, or Saudi Arabia, or Qatar?
The answer is in the plural. Zero.
Jordan and Saudi Arabia and Iraq and Juden-rein, even more than Poland or Germany.
How much hypocrisy are we supposed to submit to?
Endless.
Submitting....

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