Tuesday, 20 March 2012

The Jews of France

But haven't there been few or no Jews on the European mainland since the 1940s? Zionism and neoconservatism cannot exist otherwise.

In fact, the world's third-largest Jewish community, after those in Israel and the United States, is in France. French Jews says what most American Jews think: they already have a country, and they don't need another one.

So say the Muslims of India, always more numerous than the entire, not quite entirely Muslim, population of Pakistan. So say the Irish Catholics of the United Kingdom, always considerably more numerous than the entire, far from entirely Catholic, population of the Irish Free State or the Irish Republic.

And so say the Jews of France, part of a Jewry in countries that one is perfectly free to leave which has always been vastly more numerous than the, nowhere near entirely Jewish, population of Israel.

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