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Three Blind Bishops

Three Blind Bishops

Unaffected by Yad Vashem.


March 17, 2007

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Visitor Comments: 23

(23) Alina, April 11, 2007 6:56 AM

why people don't follow the news?

I think it's very sad that people do not follow the news. Israel (and therefore all of us Jews) is under the constant attack from the media and now from the catholic bishops. So many didn't hear about it. How (if not by writing letters) can we stop it? Just because people are unaware of the problem (like racism from the catholic church, because the church didn't take strong stand on that horrible comment, and therefore embraced it by default), the problem will not go away. Once people didn't do anything and it ended up in ghettos and death camps. Now it's the time to change. Each time you see lies in the press, hear radio slandering our brothers and sisters in Israel (including Hevron), take a stand -don't just let it be. It's not good when hatred overtakes people, but ignorance is no better.

(22) Margarita, April 11, 2007 6:40 AM

100% right

You are 100% right, but may be it's time to remember the saying: "if I am not for myself who is?" May be we should unite to stand together for ourselves and stop being surprised by the racism coming from iran or bishops - they are one of the kind.
We cannot blame the diplomat for not been able to speak his mind, may be been so racist and upsetting so many of us was the whole purpose of the horrible comments. And lets not forget how during crusaders times church made heroes from murderers. Just because there are couple of idiot covering their racism with so call religion, one shouldn't judge, but nor one should forget the history.
One thing is for sure, it's getting harder and harder for everyday person to find the truth about the situation on middle east and when things like that are said by bishops - we cannot ignore that.
United we stand, so lets unite more and remember who are we and why are one.

(21) Suzan, March 23, 2007 2:32 PM

just adding something

What they don't understand is that the wall is for security purposes. If people would stop attacking us, there wouldn't need to be a wall.

(20) Anonymous, March 21, 2007 5:45 AM

These guys are not blind. Both Germans and the Europeans who serenely
witnessed German atrocities against Jews are going out of their way to prove that we aren't any better. Is the wellbeing of Arabs in Gaza and Ramallah
our responsibility? Since when? I am only my brother's keeper, definitely
not my distant cousin's keeper.

(19) chava, March 21, 2007 2:19 AM


It is with thanks to find a reminder that perception is very important in ones daily life once confronted. As for the bishops, Perhaps had it been pointed out the wall is more symbolic of the echo of messiah's coming as in the days of old the jewish people begin anew. There are also Jews living in Isreal who are homeless, living in a ghetto. Have they met Rabbi eikenstien?msp The palestinians constantly break treaties. It is a defense as well to have a wall.

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