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    but a pure Jew. Being half-Jewish myself it has been behoven upon me to learn both sides and therefore it is true to say that Jesus was a pure Jew coming from the Line of David, which makes him a Potential as the Messiah. Jesus' mistake was being in Opposition to Judaism's archaic laws, He a learned man and maybe even a Rabbi. Today, the Opposition to any Government does not lead to execution but such was the case when Jesus angered the Jewish Leaders was scandalised by them and later crucified by the Romans. The Romans mocked Him,placed a wreath of thorns on his head,called him 'King of the Jews' and sent him to His Crucifiction. Finally, the Earliest Christians were the Jews and the Romans. Jesus looked as any young Jew would look today walking and preaching under the sun, olive-skin tanned and his hair streaked by the rays. Analysts and scientists have been working on this theory for some time now. Happy Xmas to All.

    from the article: Let there be peace
    First published 00:00 25.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.12.07
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