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The Prophet Cried And We Were Deaf

Reader comment on item: Israel's Domestic Enemy

Submitted by Bozoer Rebbe (United States), Dec 19, 2006 at 12:46

Rabbi Meir Kahane was the first to raise the issue of the Israeli Muslims, their demographic growth and their role as a fifth column.

I think it was Mr. Lieberman who suggested that a final peace plan might involve drawing the border so that Umm al Fahm and other Arab cities in Israel might be on the Palestinian side of the border. The mayor of Umm al Fahm protested bitterly, even though he's a Palestinian nationalist.

The Israeli Arabs have the best of both worlds, no longer considered renegades by other Palestinians, but rather brothers in the struggle to destroy Israel. So they enjoy the rule of law in Israel, it's freedoms, and work with the post Zionist secular Israeli left to destroy Israel.


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