potobac: "did nothing wrong" is a little bit stretched.. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Miron
    • 18.01.10 | 00:07 (IST)

    I wonder which one out of three is more important a. did b. nothing c. wrong I mean of you combine 6 million dead, murdered for their ethnic origin on one hand, and "saint" who did nothing wrong when he watched this murder in silence, while his parish actively took part in the events... and certain priests actively advocated "final solution". If these people are saints, one has to surmise whoever they are "saits" for are at war with Jewish nation to the last man. I question the sanity of your judgment even before we enter any discussion with regards to particulars. On the other hand, I have lived long enough to know that some families did worse things when they wanted to cause a spat between offspring joined in an marriage. Still, the sanity of such actions is only apparent if the war is planned...

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