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    • Disbelief
    • 02.03.11 | 20:20 (IST)

    I am a Christian who has been saying for years that it was the Romans who killed Jesus not the Jews, and I full commend the pontiff for finally say what should have been recognized centuries ago. However, your statement: " I wish Palestinians will learn our gentle ways and we'll have peace." this is patronizing! As a Palestinian, we have learned one thing from the Jewish: never forget! We are the natives and you are the white man. It is not because your Jewish, because Jesus was a Jew and he wouldn't have treated the Palestinians (his people) this way! It is your ideologies, the chosen people complex which compelled you to "return" to a land to which you may or may not have actually orginated from. It is interesting how anti semitism was spawned from the belief in a man with no historical evidence of ever existing, likewise, the Palestinian suffering also relies on a belief that has no historical proof.

    from the article: Pope exonerates Jews for death of Jesus
    First published 15:57 02.03.11 | Last updated 15:57 02.03.11
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