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By Daniel Treiman

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Ha’aretz reports:

Nazis against anti-Semitism? As bizarre as that sounds, a group of Germans which calls itself “National Socialists For Israel” launched its Web site in support of Israel.

“Stop the hatred of the Jewish people,” the Web site reads. “The Jews are a healthy, strong nation.”

The organization - whose members have yet to reveal themselves to the public - claims that Israel’s right to exist is anchored in the principles of social Darwinism, the same principles which the Nazis adopted prior to the Second World War.

“Israel earned the right to live among the nations [after emerging] from unending wars,” the group writes on the site. “Israel also has a right to exist. This nation also has culture… The nation of Israel is appreciated… It is our duty, as neo-Nazis, to defend this supreme success. Not just for the German people and the European cultural sphere, but also, especially, for Israel.”

As such, “Nazis for Israel” also leveled criticism at their colleagues in the neo-Nazi National Democratic Party (NPD), calling them “politicos, cowards, and reactionaries.”

“Show us proof of a Jewish plot to dominate the world,” they wrote in a rare manifesto which was posted on their Web site.

Y-Net has more, including speculation that this all could be “the product of a radical Left-wing-led provocation.”


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autoomob Wed. Nov 25, 2009

Достойный внимания блог, продолжайту в том же духе.

hosterzru Fri. Nov 27, 2009

Не знаю как и кому, но лично мне понравилось, то, что опубликовал автор. Действительно интересно

linuxgid Tue. Dec 1, 2009

Ну что можно сказать: достаточно интересно, но всё же требует небольших доработок. Тем не менее выражаю автору благодарность

cauna Thu. Dec 3, 2009

По-моему очень интересная статья, я прочитал с большим удовольствием. Благодарю

skidoknet Thu. Dec 3, 2009

Thanks for including my article in the list, Ali! :D Like you say, hopefully it'll be useful to people thinking about purcashing Thesis; make sure you keep checking back for future posts! Also, the Blogussion post is awesome! Seriously, that site seems to get better and better every time I visit! ;)

splbkean Sun. Dec 6, 2009

Ценная информация

mastepoc Mon. Dec 14, 2009

Вроде все в порядке, только по ссылке почему то не могу перейти

bmw-talk Tue. Dec 15, 2009

Получаю от прочтения одни удовольствия))

podvall Fri. Dec 18, 2009

Прочитал всё это и задумался над смыслом жизни. Неужели так бывает?

polokean Thu. Jan 14, 2010

I learn English and copy writing from blogging. :D

splbkeans Sun. Jan 17, 2010

Прикольно получилось. Но я обычно другими способами пользуюсь




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