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    • Zwygart
    • 17.11.09 | 12:56 (IST)

    No, Dino, they don't face the same problems. Neither Islam nor Judaism are religions of extremes. However, there are fanatical wings in both sides. It took them a long way to get where Christianity was for hundreds and hundreds of year. The Crusades, The Inquisition, the support of Nazis by the Vatican(Yes, they even issued faked passports so that they could run away from Europe) and certain cardinals like those who are followers of Lefebre are not something to be proud of. Christianity set the mood for religious lunacy. Unfortunately, certain Jews and Muslims- a minority- seem to have learned a thing or two. Out of the three faiths, it was Judaism and the Jews who were the victims of the other two whether it was in the past or today. This rabbi is a disgrace. Eugenio Pacelli was a disgrace, should we assume all Catholics are? Bin Laden is a lunatic, should we assume all Muslims are?

    from the article: Who is funding the rabbi who endorses killing gentile babies?
    First published 02:40 17.11.09 | Last updated 15:01 17.11.09
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