Rabbi Judith Schindler of Charlotte's Temple Beth El and Rabbi Joe Black of Denver's Temple Emanuel devise wager will see both communities donate to charity, no matter if Carolina Panthers or Denver Broncos emerge victorious.22:39 07.02.16 | 0 comments
Thank you for your post, Mr. Gordon. In my humble opinion, your counsel of calm is quite salutary. I do hope that you are not alluding to my posts when you speak of a desire to foment posts against my country, or when you speak of 'hateful'ness, as Mr. Hassan suggested in post # 13. I have actually defended India and Indians against a number of hateful or racialist (typically of course both) attacks in connexion with this story and other stories. And as for any supposed 'hatred' of my own, I shall repeat that I harbor a loving solidarity with both the Israeli and Palestinian people. What I do loathe, however, is religious bigotry and intolerance in all forms, especially in violent forms. It is of course commonly known that there has been no historic shortage of Christians, adherants of Jewish faith, and even Hindus who meet that description, but it is also the case that of late much more violence has been being inflicted by those who would force a different 'faith' than those.