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The recent outrage in Israel about what has become a developing trend was sparked by what at first seemed an absurd Facebook posting by Asaf Lev, a 25-year-old former Israeli soldier living in Berlin. On his Facebook page, he posted his grocery list to show how much cheaper the cost of living was in Germany. One of the food items on his list was “Milky,” a copycat of a German pudding produced in Israel that costs much less in Berlin. The posting went viral and was taken up by thousands of young Israelis in Germany, many of whom appealed to Israeli youth back home to join them in Berlin where life was cheaper and free of the all the stresses in Israel, including mandated military service.
originally posted by: the owlbear
I wonder how credible it can be when the biggest banner ad was for something called "The White Heritage Store"...and in subtext "The U.S. has blessed Israel. Where is OUR blessing?"
Ooooookaaaayyy...moving on now...
originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
Mostly if you consider that Israel still has the Samson option.
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
What will these young Israelis think in 30 years when Germany has become a majority Muslim nation? Given current trends that is how all of Western Europe is going. Methinks they may beat a hasty retreat back home one day.