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    … and also to use the blood of Egyptian children to make Matzah

    … and also to use the blood of Egyptian children to make Matzah

    No official incitement in the new Egypt, “Mossad plotted to harm Egyptian fertility”:

    Israeli citizen Ofir Harrari, recently accused by Egypt of spying for Israel, was allegedly involved in a complicated scheme intended to harm
    Egyptian reproduction abilities, Egypt’s official state paper Al-Ahram has claimed.

    Harrari, accused by Egypt of being an agent of the Mossad, is set be tried in absentia on charges of “spying for a foreign country with the purpose of harming
    Egyptian national interest,” news agency MENA reported on Sunday….

    “According to the public prosecutor’s office’s investigation, ‘Mossad agent Ofir Harrari’ instructed Jordanian Ibrahim abu-Zaid to set up a company in Egypt
    which would exclusively import an Israeli hair product, for both men and women, which causes infertility. This in order to completely destroy Egyptian
    reproduction abilities,” Al-Ahram states.

    Anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli incitement has been the norm in the Egyptian media for decades, and was a key part of the Arab Spring.


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    How soon until some Egyptian publicly obsesses about “purity of essence”?
    In any randomly selected one thousand Egyptians, is more than one a rational, sane, civilized human being?

    And is the United States still giving $2 billion in aid each year to this depraved regime?

    WarEagle82 | August 17, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    I have met some Christians that hold some peculiar beliefs. But the lunacy I see routinely come from vast segments of the Muslim community, worldwide, defies reason. You must be irrational to believe this stuff.

    Well, we gotta have our matzah, don’t we?

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