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Friday, July 5, 2013

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English: The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin...
The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem visiting an SS in hospital. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is good!

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When the arab successor of Nazi Germany is overthrown, there is cause for celebration.

There is no reason for a long winded article with a Jerusalem byline over the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood, the ideological ally and successor of Nazi Germany.

Haj Amin El Husseini, Hitler's ally and the Mufti of Jerusalem, played a decisive role in pioneering the Muslim Brotherhood, whose focus rests on an obsession with Israel's destruction.

To witness the overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Cairo is a blessed day for the people of Israel.”
— David Bedein, 5 JULY 2013 (theospark.net)


To my willfully-blind co-religionist supporters of Barack Obama:

Obama is not celebrating the overthrow of the successors to Nazi Germany!

Do you require any more evidence that Obama is not a friend of Israel?

Can you manage to comprehend the possibility, however remote, that Obama is a Jew-hater?

Can you add two plus two and get four?

Can you finally admit that Jewish Americans who voted for Obama have a death-wish mentality?
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