# 30 Jesus di not condon force.Admit it he was Jewish - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Haham me Bat Yam
    • 30.09.06 | 14:05 (IDT)

    But his follower in following centuries gave us the Crusades,the Inquisition,wars on Jews culminating in Holocaust while the Vatican Pius XII,Hitlers Pope,approved quitely,others looked the other way.There were some individual exceptions,Christians that helped Jews,such as Zegota(Poland) or Danish people smugling all Jews out.Reverend Niemoller,German nationalistic clergyman,sympathized with Nazi party in the 30.Eventualy arrested.After the war he said: First they came for the communists,I did not speak out,because I was not a communists,then they came after socialists,I did not speak... Then they came for Jews..I didn't speak out,..I was not Jewish..then they came for me..no one left to speak out" Not even Jesus!!!Neither did God. Accept genuine humanity and not religious dogmas by militant Judaism and extremist Rabbis,Islamic preachers,sheiks an plain Nesralah as in Hezbollah or Bin Laddens,and those fanatic Christains who still are trying to convert Jews to believe in Jesus.

    from the article: Al-Qaida No. 2 urges Pope, Christians to convert to Islam
    First published 00:00 30.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 30.09.06
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