Saturday, November 26, 2005

Anti-Semitism:the politics of envy!

Anti-Semites and Anti-Zionists have tried and still want to eliminate Israel and the Jews for the last 2 millenia..
It is pure envy of the successes of a minority in the world.
For example:
At least 170 Jews ( inc. 7 Israelis) and persons of half-Jewish ancestry have been awarded the Nobel Prize, 1 accounting for 22% of all individual recipients worldwide between 1901 and 2005, and constituting 37% of all US recipients 2 during the same period. In the scientific research fields of Chemistry, Economics, Medicine, and Physics, the corresponding world and US percentages are 26% and 39%, respectively. (Jews currently make up approximately 0.25% of the world's population and 2% of the US population.)

a.. Chemistry (28 prize winners, 19% of world total, 27% of US total)
b.. Economics (22 prize winners, 39% of world total, 53% of US total)
c.. Literature (13 prize winners, 13% of world total, 27% of US total)
d.. Physiology or Medicine (52 prize winners, 28% of world total, 42% of US total)
e.. Peace (9 prize winners, 10% of world total, 11% of US total)3
f.. Physics (46 prize winners, 26% of world total, 38% of US total)


a.. Jewish Recipients of the US National Medal of Science (156 recipients, 37% of total)
b.. Jewish Recipients of the Kyoto Prize (25% of recipients)
The Daily Star November 18, 2005

[Highlight: "We may not like Israeli politics but we should deeply envy
the right of the Jewish state's citizens to influence them.]
Why Arabs should begin practicing the politics of envy Editorial The Daily Star November 18, 2005
With the prospect of early elections in Israel by February or March comes the opportunity for pundits to trot out their favorite theories on whether a Likud or a Labor prime minister would be more likely to bring peace to the area, give the Palestinians a hard or a harder time and what would be the reaction from a variety of recumbent and redundant Arab regimes.

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