A Mindful Talmudic View of the World
You certainly can't get anything straight. It is your man Obama who sat in silence for twenty years as his minister called for the shedding of Jewish blood.
Man, I thought Yom Kippur in an Orthodox shul was a long service - but 20 years listening to a pastor - that is a really long davening.
Hang on, anonymous. I never heard that Wright called for the blood of Jews. The worst I heard is from a questionnaire that was on Wright's Trinity Pastor's Page from Feb 2003 :http://www.mindfully.org/Reform/2003/Iraq-IQ-Test-Wright23feb03.htmhttp://www.mindfully.org/Reform/2003/Iraq-IQ-Test-Wright23feb03.htmincluding:Q: How many UN resolutions did Israel violate by 1992? A: Over 65
Wow. An offensive, ill thought, unwarranted, inappropriate hitler/nazi reference from a rabbi and an academic. congratulations tzvee, you have successfully deligitimized yourself as a human being worthy of discourse debate and discussion.BTW, theres a big difference between a friendly wave and a nazi salute. You should study some history.(Oh, and What's so bad about a long yom kippur service? Ya got something more important to do?)
Bryce, I think you're wrong on Wright. (Pun intended.) On the "Pastor's Page" of the July 22, 2007 issue of his Church bulletin, he published a position paper by Musa Abu Marzook, Hamas co-founder and public spokesman. In it, Marzook clearly calls for the elimination of Israel, which is not a surprise:"Why should anyone concede Israel’s “right” to exist, when it has never even acknowledged the foundational crimes of murder and ethnic cleansing by means of which Israel took our towns and villages, our farms and orchards, and made us a nation of refugees?"Here's the article
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