- Thank you Yaakov for not deleting my stuff. As
far as the merit of your text is concerned, I never pretended to speak
for all Jews, it is you who does that. I express the opinion of and sign for one Jew; myself.
Good for you Bones, that the xtians are with you! [Ironic of course.]
Let me quickly mention here that the Jews don't go by the majority of
laymen, we go by the Truth. Torah is not democracy and democracy is not
Torah. The Rambam, (Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon 1138 – 1204 Spain and Egypt)
specifically mentions in his Hilichot Avodat Zara (Laws of Idol
worshipping) that we, ordinary Jews, should not occupy ourselves with
the affairs of the gentiles: "All these prohibitions have one common
thrust: that one should not pay attention to idol worship.. We should
not turn our minds to these matters, think about them, or be drawn after
the thoughts of our hearts”. (Chapter 2, Halacha 3) I understand that
this is not the path organized Jewry follows, Roman Jews even have the
habit to invite popes into their main synagogue, where they arrive with
their bishops, all wearing their huge golden crosses and their following
making signs of the cross. So, here you are, there is a long way to
sink much lower in the name of "inter-religious dialogue". I wonder when
will they open up a shul (Synagogue) in the Vatican, in the name of the
same, hm, xtian "friend" of Israel?
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