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A Question for My UK Readers

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Readers from the UK….what do you think? Is this real or exaggerated?

“A Sainsbury’s branch emptied its kosher food shelf after the manager feared anti-Israeli protesters outside would attack it, the supermarket giant has said.

The goods were removed from a Sainsbury’s Local branch in Holborn, central London, as it was picketed by protesters who were calling on the supermarket giant to boycott Israeli goods.

The incident yesterday afternoon happened on the same day anti-Israeli protesters ‘wreaked havoc’ at a Birmingham branch of Tesco when a demonstration got out of hand.”

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36 Responses to “A Question for My UK Readers”

  1. what the hell is going on? Oh yes…The Jewish people are standing up for themselves and the rest of the world is succumbing to the bully pulpit of the Islamic hatred.

  2. Jon Hearst says:

    Good. Let those dumb brits boycott the Pentium processor s their cell phones and many other marvel s created in israel!! Lets see how that works out for them…

  3. Jon Hearst says:

    Yes. Stupidity is my bet!

  4. Jon Hearst says:

    2. Netafim is a worldwide pioneer in smart drip and micro-irrigation, starting from the idea of Israeli engineer Simcha Blass for releasing water in controlled, slow drips to provide precise crop irrigation. The kibbutz-owned company operates in 112 countries with 13 factories throughout the world.

  5. Jon Hearst says:

    6. BabySense is a non-touch, no-radiation device designed to prevent crib death. Made by HiSense, the device monitors a baby’s breathing and movements through the mattress during sleep. An auditory and visual alarm is activated if breathing ceases for more than 20 seconds or if breath rate slows to less than 10 breaths per minute.

  6. Jon Hearst says:

    Lets make sure they don’t use these things either!! U know… With their “boycott” …

  7. Jon Hearst says:

    Oh. But they are the absolute top selected facilities!! Always

  8. Jon Hearst says:

    Oh. But they are the absolute top selected facilities!! Always

  9. Jon Hearst says:

    Oh. But they are the absolute top selected facilities!! Always

  10. Jon Hearst says:

    Israel also provides a ton of other technology that these idiots use ever day with no realization!

  11. Jon Hearst says:

    Israel also provides a ton of other technology that these idiots use ever day with no realization!

  12. Jon Hearst says:

    Israel also provides a ton of other technology that these idiots use ever day with no realization!

  13. Jon Hearst says:

    30. Turbulence, the world’s first hyper-narrative, interactive movie, is also the name of the company developed by Prof. Nitzan Ben-Shaul of Tel Aviv University. The technology allows the viewer to choose the direction of the film’s plot by pressing buttons on the PC, Mac or iPad at various moments in the action.

  14. Jon Hearst says:

    I can go on and on…..

  15. Jon Hearst says:

    I can go on and on…..

  16. Jon Hearst says:

    I can go on and on…..

  17. Jon Hearst says:

    Including. The cell phone. Sms and much more

  18. Jon Hearst says:

    Including. The cell phone. Sms and much more

  19. Jon Hearst says:

    Including. The cell phone. Sms and much more

  20. Jon Hearst says:

    Including new technology for cancer detection with almost zero radiation omissions… Ok…go boycott that too!!!

  21. Jon Hearst says:

    Including new technology for cancer detection with almost zero radiation omissions… Ok…go boycott that too!!!

  22. Jon Hearst says:

    Including new technology for cancer detection with almost zero radiation omissions… Ok…go boycott that too!!!

  23. Jon Hearst says:

    Meanwhile. No one can tell me what great achevments hamas or Fatah has made…… Lol

  24. England, land of morons !!

  25. David Barker says:

    I support Israel, went shopping today, bought some garden bits, when I got home and looked at the label, made in Israel well pleased, know they will work well

  26. Are they in England or Nazi Germany? Unbelievable.

  27. JoAnn Morris says:

    All of the above!!

  28. JoAnn Morris says:

    All of the above!!

  29. All 3 I believe but the world is willing to use all the Israeli inventions

  30. All 3 I believe but the world is willing to use all the Israeli inventions

  31. Neither ,it a chance for those with no brains to get on the streets. Left Wing Liberal Luvvies,Progressive and Muslims.They are all on benefits with nothing to do.The problem is the system allows them to do it. God Bless all Jews .

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