Does the Vatican also wants tax exempt for all the stolen goods - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ron
    • 17.01.10 | 04:48 (IST)

    With the massive theft perpetrated by the Vatican for centuries - is it expecting tax exemptions on the proceeds of crime ???. After centuries of persecution they only recognize Israel if it gives them blanket tax exemption - wow they are so generous in the Vatican. Notice how upset they get when they do not get tax exemption but how difficult it is for them to pay victims of child abuse - look at Vatican City and you will see where the funds are going - with luck maybe you can sneak yourway to the treasure vaults and see why the cry poor. Shame on you Rabbi to defend the obscene - but then you are both the servants (tax collectors) for God (and sorry collector and spenders - as God does not see a cent of the proceeds - he has no use for it in any case - there is not much you can buy in fantasy land).

    from the article: Rabbi calls Israel's treatment of Vatican 'outrageous'
    First published 01:16 17.01.10 | Last updated 03:05 17.01.10
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