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J-Voice: Pegida & Anti-Muslim groups are a great Danger to the Jewish Community

14.12.15

J-Voice: Pegida & Anti-Muslim groups are a great Danger to the Jewish Community: In Germany where I have lived for a few years, the Pegida movement is generally well known as the son of the Neo-Nazi movement.

Whereas anti-Muslim groups like the EDL in the UK are seen only by the Left as Nazis, inside Germany, even the mainstream regard Pegida and similar anti-Muslim groups as Nazis and hence strongly anti-Semitic.

Therefore Pegida UK represents a serious threat to the Jewish community and Jewish people must now stand together with Muslims both on the street and on social media to stop Pegida UK and Tommy Robinson.


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