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More Jews Are Leaving Israel, And Less And Less Are Migrating There

Emigration from Israel exceeds immigration, report 04/20/2007
Tel Aviv (dpa) - In Israel, the number of emigrants exceeded the number of immigrants for the first time in 20 years, the Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot reported Friday.

Many emigrants were recent arrivals who wanted to leave Israel again, the report said. In 2007, 14,400 immigrants are expected in Israel while 20,000 people are expected to leave the country, according to the report based on figures for the first months of 2007.

The last time emigration exceeded immigration was in the aftermath of the 1973 Yom Kippur War and in 1983 and 1984 when inflation was high.

Meanwhile the Maariv newspaper reported that approximately a quarter of the Israeli population was considering emigration.

Almost half of the country's young people were thinking of leaving the country, the report said. Their reasons included dissatisfaction with the government, the education system, a lack of confidence in the political ruling class and concern over the security situation.

Gosh, with some of that loot stolen from Wall Street pension funds and 401K retirement accounts making "aliyah" to the Mother Ship Israel, you'd think they'd want to stay and enjoy their ill-gotten gains.

How to stop the population drain from Apartheid Israel? Send in "Indiana Jones" to discover some Jews lost in the Amazon jungle.

Right On!: Bring the 'lost Jews' back
In Poland, there are tens of thousands of "hidden Jews" from the time of the Holocaust, many of whom have only recently begun to rediscover and embrace their Jewishness, while in Russia, 20,000 Subbotnik Jews, whose peasant forebears converted to Judaism two centuries ago under the Czar, anxiously wait for their chance to move to Israel.

In the Peruvian Amazon basin, I have been moved by my encounters with the Jews of the Jungle, who are seeking to reclaim the religious traditions of their Moroccan Jewish ancestors who settled in the area more than a century ago.

"Hidden Jews" in Poland? "Undiscovered" Jews living in the Amazon? WTF? And I bet they all have some choice Holocaustâ„¢ claims awaiting them.



At Sunday, March 15, 2009, Blogger andie531 said...



"...although the Jewish community in Brazil numbers less than 150,000 residents -- compared to the total population of 185 million -- it has always played an important role in Brazilian life."

"...During the voyages of Christopher Columbus, Gaspar de Gama (who was Jewish by birth) accompanied Portuguese Adm. Pedro Alvares Cabral to Brazil. Soon after, a 500-year Jewish presence in Brazil began.."

"Professor Anita Novinsky, a specialist on Jewish culture at the University of Sao Paulo, says proudly, "Brazil was made by the Jews."

"Jews who were fleeing the Portuguese Inquisition, went to Sao Paulo but quickly disappeared. It was originally assumed that they were assimilated into the population, though recent evidence shows the existence of jungle tribes who reside near the Amazon River, and follow Jewish traditions and rituals."

"As for government: In 1967, six Jews were elected to the Brazilian Parliament, with many more serving as state legislators and on municipal councils."

At Sunday, March 15, 2009, Blogger Greg Bacon said...

jungle tribes who reside near the Amazon River, and follow Jewish traditions and rituals

Does that mean they steal their neighbor's land and kill any who complain about the theft?

At Sunday, March 15, 2009, Blogger gr1m_reaper said...

Possibly, and for sure if they decide to occupy Palestine.

The kashkenazi-cult-mafia is resorting to allowing any supremacist jew into the colony, even brown jews, in order to continue the disposession of Muslims and Christians.

We promise not to irradiate you! ;->D


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