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Reader comment on: The Second Mutation: Israel and Political Anti-Semitism

Submitted by Regan MacBannon (United States), Feb 18, 2009 18:03

It is time to speak back against the onslaught of anti-Semitism against the Jewish people who have given so much to America and the world. I am requesting permission to quote from this article, as I am writing one of my own in support of the Jewish state and the Jewish people.

Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip, and the Golan Heights do not belong to the Muslims--and they never will. Palestine's real name is Judea. At one time I was proud fo have graduated from U C Berkeley, until 9/11 when the two most beautiful "living symbols of peace" were destroyed by Muslims who blamed Jews for their actions while passing candy out in the street to each other.

Berkeley accepts millions from Saudi-funded terror propagandists who blame America and Israel for all the destruction their cult caused. Recently Berkeley asked me for a donation to commemorate my tenth year graduation anniversary. I refused to give them a dime due to the anti-Semitism they teach. People are aware of what is taught and the lies Islam teaches. If they are strong, they will not hesitate to stand up for the Jewish people. We didn't do it during Hitler's holocaust. This is our chance to do it now.


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