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The Star of David and The Cross

Reader comment on item: Away with Crusaders, Crucifixes, Crosses, and Christmas

Submitted by Rhenae (United States), Jan 24, 2006 at 01:51

As a Christian and one who loves the people of Israel I am offended that other religions wants to take away our religious symbols to suit themselves. I for one do not care if others, who are not Christian, want to practice their belief, but when they come into my country and demand that we get rid of crosses, The Star of David, crucifixes, and Christmas that makes me very angry. For the ones who do not like Christianity and Judaism: If you do not like how we practice our religion then get out of our country .

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