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Israel unsettled by European poll

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    Israel unsettled by European poll Occupied Jerusalem: 2 November, 2003 (IAP News) The Zionist regime on Sunday appeared unsettled by a European opinion poll
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 3, 2003
      Israel unsettled by European poll

      Occupied Jerusalem: 2 November, 2003 (IAP News)

      The Zionist regime on Sunday appeared unsettled by a European opinion
      poll
      showing a clear majority of Europeans viewing Israel as the greatest
      threat to
      world peace and security.

      The Zionist state-run radio quoted unnamed officials as saying that
      the poll was
      "ominous and very very worrying."

      The official accused Europe of "succumbing to anti-Israeli propaganda
      disseminated by European media."

      The poll showed that nearly 60% of all Europeans believe that Israel
      posed a
      greater threat to world peace than any other country.

      The results of the poll will be published on Monday.

      Zionist circles in the United States expressed outrage at the poll,
      accusing
      Europe of "reverting to anti-Semitism."

      The Los Angeles-based Zionist Wiesenthal Center demanded that the EU
      be excluded
      from the peace process in the Middle East.

      The center, a tool of the world Zionist movement, vilified EU
      countries for
      "demonizing Israel."

      "This poll is an indication that Europeans have bought in hook, line
      and sinker
      to the vilification and demonization campaign directed against Israel
      and her
      supporters by European leaders and media," said Rabbi Marvin Hier,
      director of
      the center.

      European officials have not reacted to either the poll itself or
      Israeli
      reactions to it.

      However, an EU diplomat in the occupied West Bank dismissed Israeli
      objections
      to the poll as "childish and illogical."

      "Israel should blame its own criminal behavior in Gaza and the West
      Bank
      rather than a public opinion roll," said the diplomat who insisted on
      anonymity.

      "Today, the biggest generator of anti-Semitism in the world is
      Israel's
      atrocities against the Palestinian people," said the official who is
      based in
      East Jerusalem.

      "This (the poll) is a boomerang effect of Israel's criminal actions
      in Gaza and
      West Bank."

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