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Isaiah book and Pope Paul II

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Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), Oct 17, 2008 at 10:08

For your information the book of Isaiah that the Jews have in their Torah is not the complete one. a complete version of Isaiah book was found in 1953 after the discovery of the Qumran scrolls near the Dead sea. because of the new information in this book Pope Paul II and the cardinal pemonolli ordered the church to meet the Muslims and discuss the approachments of the two religions in 1965. The Jews were so angery they sent an envoy to ask the pope not to go on with the dialogue between them and the Muslims, the Pope refused, they were both killed and the dialogue was stopped.

What was there in Isaiah book that made Pope Paul III take such decision?

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