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If it is only "against Zionism", then why is the "Rabbi" dressed Chareidi?

Submitted by mzk, Apr 16, 2012 09:37

The Rabbi in the picture looks Chareidi, not Religious Zionist. This is a pattern, in everything from anti-semitic caricatures that show decidedly non-Zionist (or anti-Zionist) Jews, to actually blowing up Chareidi children (for example, a bombing in Meah Shearim).

It makes it obvious that they really mean "Jew". As a Chareidi myself, I suppose I should consider it a compliment..


Movie portrays the jewish grandfather behaving as muslims do !!!

Submitted by Rebecca Olesen, Dec 12, 2011 06:14

LMAO @Sandy Kramer, that is exactly what I thought. The way the father tries to 'radicalize' the grandson, and not to 'betray the jews'.

Funny thing about muslims, they do not have a sense of irony and hypocrisy bothers them not a bit. Amazing.



Submitted by Sandy Kramer, Nov 18, 2011 19:33

If you were to substitute "Islamicist" for "Jew" in the movie "Staurday Hunter," you would have a powerful and true documentary.

"Woe unto those who call evil good, and good, evil." (Isaiah 5:20)


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