Forgetting their promise


Over two years ago, the British government pledged to highlight the issue of the “forgotten” Jewish refugees from Arab lands within the EU.

Well… nu?

I would like to know what has been done on this issue in the past two years. From the looks of it, not a whole lot.

Promises are easy to make. They’re a lot harder to fulfil. And post-Gaza disengagement, this issue may well be even more relevant than ever before.

Then again, I suppose the British government is just continuing its long tradition of broken promises to the Jews…

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

1 DaninVan 09.20.05 at 8:20 PM

Tre? You’ve gotta stop cutting classes here…


2 DaninVan 09.20.05 at 8:57 PM

Thanks, Sari; I’d misplaced that bookmark; all sorts of valuable info there!


3 Tré 09.20.05 at 9:08 PM

What do you want me to say. I’ve already stated that these refugees have my support in seeking compensation. This does not take away from the Palestinians’ right to seek compensation from israel. As for broken promises, the British sure as hell never kept those it made to the Palestinians either.


4 Tré 09.20.05 at 9:12 PM



5 DaninVan 09.20.05 at 9:27 PM



6 Tré 09.20.05 at 9:29 PM

Figures you’d need all the dating tips you can get. Bust out your Nationalist Socialism on the first date?


7 DaninVan 09.21.05 at 4:29 AM

Not me, silly girl; My wife’s funny about that sort of thing.


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