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    • Elchanan
    • 01.08.12 | 17:06 (IDT)

    The vast majority of the murderers of Jews during WW II were raised in Catholic homes. Eichmann and his crew were from Austria, a Catholic country. The concentration camp guards and other assorted butchers from the Ukraine, Lithuania and Latvia were all Catholic and much of the hierarchy of the Nazi party, (including Hitler), grew up in Nazi homes. That any Jew, or "partial" Jew, whatever his upbringing, could convert to Catholicism after WW II defies belief, regardless of the believers feelings towards his own religion. The "lasting gift" of these converts, is nothing more than a bizarre justification for their apostasy. If you doubt the nonsensical nature of this "lasting gift" just refer to the reaction of the current Pope to the Mel Gibson movie of some years ago. He said that is the way it happened.

    from the article: The Jewish converts who sparked the Vatican’s bid to end church anti-Semitism
    First published 07:22 01.08.12 | Last updated 12:22 31.07.12
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