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RE: Jewish Priests and Peace

Mar 22, 2006 10:07 AM
by carlosaveline cardoso aveline


As you do not say I was wrong in describing some of the actions of ultraortodox rabbis,
one of them involving Mr. Ariel Sharon, may I take that for an acceptance?

As I told you, not being a Jew, I can only submit some informations and impressions to
your examination.

I have had a sincere admiration for the Jewish people for a number of years, and I believe it is much wider and bigger than its fanatic rabbis and priests.

Slowly, I believe lay Israeli population and moderate, more open views of the Jewish religion are getting more imortant in number.

In Brazil, the main Rabbi and Priest (in São Paulo city) takes part in the public inter-religious meetings and debates and there are links of mutual tolerance with Palestine community.

Best regards, Carlos.

From: Bart Lidofsky <>
Subject: Theos-World Jewish Priests
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 00:42:03 -0500

carlosaveline cardoso aveline wrote:

 > 1) A  few years ago, a short while before the murder of Mr. I. Rabin,
then prime-minister of Israel,  Jewish priests said publically that his
death would be a good thing to happen.  He was then killed by a Jewish
ortodox fanatical in a cold-blood act.

     The only Jewish "priests" are purely ceremonial; they have no
religious authority. I should know. I'm one of them. I assume you are
talking about rabbis, but I have a hunch you don't even know what a
rabbi is.


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