And where will the concentration camps be built?
Seriously, there's a push against Israel similar to what Nazi brownshirts were doing to German Jews in the early 1930s as Hitler and his thugs rose to power.
Apparently the lessons that history can teach us are being ignored. Like the non-aggression pacts that nations like Austria and Denmark signed with Nazi Germany, acts of appeasement to the Islamic/Palestinian community are being demonstrated by local governments in the UK in the form of bans and boycotts of all things Israeli/Jewish. Somehow it's become (in some circles) an acceptable form of anti-Semitism. Click the link to read more.
Infidel Bloggers Alliance: Scottish municipality bans Israeli books
I'm not suggesting that Israel is infallible (no nation is, admit it!), but the fools pushing for such bans and boycotts look the other way when it comes to the laundry list of human rights abuses that are all-too-commonplace in lands where Islamic sharia law is practiced. Then again, their actions come mostly from fear; I suppose I wouldn't want a crazed lunatic with scimitar in hand coming at me screeching "allahu ackbar!"