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Maybe it is a bit silly, but

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Submitted by Alain Jean-Mairet (Switzerland), Jan 27, 2005 at 14:17

I wanted to say how refreshing I find those comments. It is so seldom, nowadays, to hear people talk of religion, faith, orthodoxy, fundamentalism, and say absolutely nothing smearing, aggressive, contemptuous, delusional or in any way disagreeable. Even disagreements sound friendly, actually.

I think Jews should talk much more about themselves in public life, just like here. That would be a great help against anti-Semitism. I think Jew should *exist* much more.
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