„The Jews might become the dynamite that will blow up the British Empire.“

—  Zeev Jabotinsky, Palestine Bulletin, (1934-01-04) ( Source http://www.transatlantikblog.de/2014/03/31/jabotinsky-juden-britisches-empire/).
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Zeev Jabotinsky
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