Looking More and More Like 1920's Germany

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    Problem is, it's not just Germany:

    The writing is on the synagogue wall | Denis MacShane - Times Online

     
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    The new anti-Semitism is just like the old anti-Semitism...except now it includes Palestinians, too.
     
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    anti-semitism has nothing to do with palestinians.

    someone who works with words, shouldn't be trying to change understood meanings to suit some other purpose.
     
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    Palestinian people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    DNA and genetic studies
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    In genetic genealogy studies, Palestinians and Negev Bedouins have the highest rates of Haplogroup J1 (Y-DNA) among all populations tested (62.5%).[72] Semitic populations, including Jews, usually possess an excess of J1 Y chromosomes compared to other populations harboring Y-haplogroup J.[73][74][75][76][77][78][79] The haplogroup J1, associated with marker M267, originates south of the Levant and was first disseminated from there into Ethiopia and Europe in Neolithic times. In Jewish populations J1 has a rate of around 15%, with haplogroup J2 (M172) (of eight sub-Haplogroups) being almost twice as common as J1 among Jews (<29%). J1 is most common in the southern Levant, as well as Syria, Iraq, Algeria, and Arabia, and drops sharply at the border of non-semitic areas like Turkey and Iran. A second diffusion of the J1 marker took place in the seventh century CE when Arabians brought it from Arabia to North Africa.[75]
    Haplogroup J1 (Y-DNA) includes the modal haplotype of the Galilee Arabs (Nebel et al. 2000) and of Moroccan Arabs (Bosch et al. 2001) and the sister Modal Haplotype of the Cohanim, the "Cohan Modale Haplotype", representing the descendents of the priestly caste Aaron.[80][81][82]. J2 is known to be related to the ancient Greek movements and is found mainly in Europe and the central Mediterranean (Italy, the Balkans, Greece).
    According to a 2002 study by Nebel et al., on Genetic evidence for the expansion of Arabian tribes, the highest frequency of Eu10 (i.e. J1) (30%&#8211;62.5%) has been observed so far in various Muslim Arab populations in the Middle East. (Semino et al. 2000; Nebel et al. 2001).[83] The term &#8220;Arab,&#8221; as well as the presence of Arabs in the Syrian desert and the Fertile Crescent, is first seen in the Assyrian sources from the 9th century B.C.E. (Eph'al 1984).[84]
    In recent years, many genetic surveys have suggested that, at least paternally, most of the various Jewish ethnic divisions and the Palestinians &#8212; and in some cases other Levantines &#8212; are genetically closer to each other than the Palestinians or European Jews to non-Jewish Europeans (Nebel et al. 2000 study].[85]
    However, a follow-up [Nebel et al. 2001 study] corrected that Jews were found to be more closely related to north of the Fertile Crescent (Kurds, Turks,and Armenians) than to their Arab neighbors.[86][87] The same study of Nebel 2001 also suggest that Bedouins from the Levant and Palestinians, represent "early lineages derived from the Neolithic inhabitants of the area" albeit with "additional lineages from more-recent population movements.", largely from the Arabian Peninsula. Another study, [88] referring to those of the Muslim faith more specifically, reaffirmed that Palestinian "Muslim Arabs are descended from Christians and Jews who lived in the southern Levant, a region that includes Israel, Sinai and part of Jordan."
     
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    You can label it anti semitism or any other name you want.

    But in reality, it's just people getting feed up with the parasitic behavior of the Jews.

    They enter a host country and slowly drain it of it's money and morals.

    Then one day the people wake up and see that their country has been invaded by a disease.

    The people then rise up and rid themselves of this debilitating human plague.

    It has happened in history 109 times.

    No doubt it will happen again.

    I wonder if the 110 time will be America or another country?
     
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    REMIND US AGAIN, how you have nothing against Jews?
     
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    So why do you abuse it?

    Don't presume to correct editec if you can't restrain yourself either.
     
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    Editec is misusing it not Jillian.
     
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    Garbage---some people will call you an anti-semite if you don't like a Mel Brooks movie
     

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