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    • Croatian/Catholic
    • 16.03.09 | 18:23 (IST)

    making a very strong statement is effective to those who have no understanding of history - some of these comments by Jews are unbelievable and very ignorant. First, you attack a Pope (Pius XII) who until the mid sixties was a hero to your people until some play in Germany depicted him in a very unpleasant manner. Get your facts straight. Second, Croatian needs to feel shame for atrocities to all, not just Jews during WW II but please for goodness sakes understand the history and what is true and what isn't. How would you people feel if the world started saying you were war criminals because of how you lambasted Lebanon (how much was necessary and how much was unnecessary...how many innocent people lives have your people got bllod on their hands for?) and lets not mention Gaza...the whole world see's what you are doing. Not all Ustase were bad, in fact many or most were good. Croatia was forced to be part of the communist country of Yugo, thats why they opted to try and be free!

    from the article: Tied up in the Rat Lines
    First published 00:00 15.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.01.06
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