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Monday, June 24, 2013

Brilliant from Steyn: A distinction without a difference

A member of Neturei Karta was attacked on the streets of Amsterdam by Muslim anti-Semites. Mark Steyn comments:
Europeans like to distinguish between being anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist. Neturei Karta is an anti-Zionist branch of Judaism so opposed to the state of Israel that they’ve met with President Ahmadinejad, presumably to hear his exciting plans for wiping it off the map. Unfortunately, back in the Netherlands, this Neturei Karta rabbi’s assailant didn’t get the memo.


“B-but I’m not that kind of Jew” doesn’t get you as far on the streets of Europe as it does in the presidential palace in Iran.
Read the whole thing.

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