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Seamus, are you Jewish?

Reader comment on item: Where the Nazi "Big Lie" Endures
in response to reader comment: Reply to Bill : G-D is ONE

Submitted by Moshe (Israel), May 9, 2007 at 03:08


In most of your posts that I came accros, and in particular in this one, your comments sound very Jewish, but for some mysterious reason you prefer not to identify yourself as a Jew. In this respect I share Dhimmi's curiosity regarding your religion. I also refuse to buy your vague referrals to your "clan" or "extended family". As you may easily guess from my name, my "extended family" is the Jewish People…and I am very proud of it.

Unfortunately, in the course of a long exile, and life among hostile Christian and Muslim "host" societies, have taught the Jews that hiding their identity wherever possible was always preferable. Seamus, are you also a follower of this old "lesson"? But actually you should know much better than that: to be Jewish is a great privilege, and certainly is not a shame. If anybody still needs a living proof to the Almighty's rule in our World, let him read the Bible and examine the history of the Jewish People.

All the shame belongs to the anti-Semitic Nazis who hate the word of God, and dreaming about (or actively trying to) killing His messenger.


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