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In the year 2000, 75% of religious based hate crimes committed in the United States were against Jews
In the year 2000, 75% of religious based hate crimes committed in the United States were directed against Jews.
If you listen to NPR (National Public Radio) and other leftist media outlets, you would think that the majority of hate crimes in the US are committed against Arabs/Muslims.
Ted Belman from Israpundit has a good analysis of the truth behind the numbers:
When Jews are being killed its old news or not even news.
One of the explanations for such a high number of hate crimes against Jews is simple: we have to worry not only about the Nazis and the extreme right, but today we also have to worry about the fascist left - double the fun.
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Far more people died in the Gulag, than in the Nazi Concentration Camps. Indeed, the Soviet Communists were even more fiendishly savage about how they captured, tortured, and killed their victims.
Posted by: Twin Ruler at December 1, 2003 05:22 AM
Twin Ruler fails to realize the difference between the Holocaust the Gulag. Firstly, only 1.6 million were reportedly killed in the Gulag over the several decades of its existence, and possibly at most 3 million to give a very generous figure to those that may have died and weren't reported. There weren't some tens of millions as Twin Ruler tries to claim across the internet in the Gulag, in fact very seldom were there any more than a million in the Gulag at any one time.
Posted by: SMD at June 29, 2005 05:55 PM
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