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Reader comment on item: [Naveed Haq and] "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" in Seattle
in response to reader comment: Some misconceptions regarding Jews and Judaism.

Submitted by Anubhav Singh (India), Aug 17, 2006 at 09:32

I fully understand and relate with what you say. But some response is required. Read somewhere that Jewish leaders in US mooted about China being a propsective place for future. Offcourse China is a great place. But this shows shades of negativism, escapism and tendency to not confront the problems.

Look at this below:

“I will always see Britain as my home,” said Alex Green, 29, a property surveyor from London heading for Tel Aviv. “But it can feel uncomfortable there as a Jew. It’s not threatening on a day-to-day basis, but every Jew feels Israel is home.”


if this becomes a trend with a parallel trend of influx of muslims in Europe, then that means Europe is gonna face hell soon and then US and then the problem will eventually follow to China. Because a religion and a prophet who was good at copy paste and having hotline connection with some god intends to do exactly that.


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