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Subject:  Re: Iran Date:  1/20/2013  3:46 PM
Author:  trismus Number:  175034 of 179545

•American Jews Oppose Settlement Expansion: By a margin of 60 to 40 percent, American Jews oppose the expansion of Israeli settlements in the West Bank based on "what they know" and after receiving short statements by supporters and opponents of settlement expansion. Simply put, attitudes toward settlements are highly negative and firmly held. Not surprisingly, opposition to settlements is higher among Reform (64 percent oppose) and unaffiliated Jews (69 percent oppose), in contrast to Orthodox Jews, who strongly support settlements (80 percent support). But one very interesting demographic finding is the strong opposition (72 percent oppose) among Jews who give money to political campaigns.

Now, here's the rub.

Is it better to be a British anti-Semitic prick, or an American Jewish anti-Semitic prick?

I realise you are to much of a 'plank' to know the difference between being anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli territorial theft.
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