June 28, 2014

Palestinians Have Nazi-Like Education

Elyakim Haetzni, Ynet News

The Associated Press

In Berlin, one couldn't get hold of "Mein Kampf"; in Jerusalem – unrestrictedly. In Nuremberg today, one cannot write that the Jews are an inferior race, while in Ramallah it is obligatory literature to call them "the sons of apes and pigs." In Germany, an Adolf Hitler Boulevard, a high school named after Heinrich Himmler or a sports competition in memory of Herman Göring are unimaginable.

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