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Which is more ironic?

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Submitted by stanley b (Ukraine), Mar 17, 2012 at 16:34

I agree with everything you wrote, Ben.

I am not sure what is more ironic, and I try to say this in a tasteful manner; the fact that the father of a barbarically murdered Jew who had his head sawed off to the horror of millions of viewers tries to make his son's murder into an interfaith peace incident, or the fact that his murdered son denied his Jewishness but was killed because of it anyway.

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