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Monday, September 20, 2010

Turkish Jews turning inward

With Turkey on its way to becoming an Islamist country, the country's Jews are turning inward in fear.
Due to tensions between Turkey and Israel, Turkey's Jews as well as Jews in other countries where tension with Israel is felt, will lower their profile when they celebrate Simchat Torah this year.

Speaking to Arutz 7, flag manufacturer Avi Marom said that there is a decline in the number of orders coming in from Turkey. "From conversations with officials in Turkey, when I asked why they did not order the same quantities as in previous years, they told me that they intend not to slow down the festivities this year and will be celebrating behind closed doors," he said.
I'd bet Sweden and Venezuela will have pretty subdued holidays this year too.

Time to make aliya folks.


At 10:12 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

There is good news out of Sweden - the Sweden Democrats - an anti-Islamist party, won enough seats to secure the kingmaker role in a new divided Parliament.

Enough Swedes have had enough of the main parties submission to Islam and the slide of the country into ScandoIslamia.

At 12:33 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

I would love to make aliya. But I feel I cannot leave England without a fight. and this time the English people, the working people are with us.

We are educating people about Israel and the truth. We are writing to MPs with all sorts of info. It is a fight but almost as important as the fight within Israel. In Israel you have to get rid of the horrendous traitor-lefties. We are all working for the same end: to get rid of islam, the death-and-destruction cult.

At 2:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Drop it, Juniper. It's time to let go, girl! Our people have another calling. You can come home now.

At 8:16 PM, Blogger uha1 said...

what an arrogance. why people tend to bully other when they fail?

such hubris of israel is preparing its downfall. what aliya you are talking about?


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