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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Tunisia's Jews decide to stay

In an earlier post, I showed you video of 'democratic protesters' burning down a synagogue in Tunisia. Unfortunately, Tunisia's Jews don't seem to have gotten the hint.
“Passing before the synagogues, they said the prophet is coming back and the Jews should be careful, but they did not approach the synagogue because it’s very well-guarded.

They remained there seven, eight minutes, no more,” he recounted. “It’s a small thing, but I prefer to go to the interior minister.”

Rajhi responded to the complaint by publicly promising to protect the country’s estimated 1,200 Jews from harm, Bismut said.

At the same time, Bismut said the incident shouldn’t be blown out of proportion and that “in Europe and France, the UK and Germany, things like that happen several times every day.”

He said Tunisia’s Jews felt directly involved in the popular movement that brought about a regime change in the country last month and inspired Egyptians to follow suit and oust president Hosni Mubarak.

“Contrary to what people think, we, too – Jews – are part of the revolution,” Bismut said.

“It’s not only our last president who was a dictator, but the one before him,” he added, predicting that “it will take some time to fix Tunisia. The EU has helped, and the [United] States as well. I think we’ll make it, but it will take two to three years to recover, because many factories have been burnt down.”
Sorry guys, but it's time to get out. Before it's too late.

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At 2:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As I have stated before, any non-muslims living in these islamic countries should get out of them however they have to.

At 8:12 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Stupid Jews!

Well if they're killed, it won't be because they didn't have a refuge.

They need to act now and not wait until its too late.

What could go wrong indeed


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