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From Gilad Odinak - 25 Mar 2003

Interesting article about the Monkey at the Hebrew University and your reflections on the Jews.

My sympathy to the Monkeys at the Hebrew university and to their kind elsewhere in universities worldwide.

Turns out this site is about Racist comments about Jews (fair game these days.)

By the way, the Nazis (atheists) weren't the first one - good Christians like yourself burned, tortured, molested, raped the Jews for hundreds of years before them in the name of God and Jesus (wonder what Yehoshua the Jew would have thought about that.)

In case it still has not downed on you why your comments are racist: It is racist to imply that an individual's actions reflect on the character of the ethnic group (i.e. race) that individual belongs to.

One last word: get a dictionary and learn to spell! it's Israelis (native of modern day Israel) not Israelites (the biblical name)

Excrement from your racist web site:

(Monkey - Malish - 03) One would think that the Holocaust would have taught all Israelites compassion toward all other living beings, but this photo of Malish proves otherwise. The Nazis dehumanized the Jews to excuse what they did to them. To us, these researchers are just as evil.

Reply from Frank

Dear Gilad:

I happen to be a Jewish Christian and I understand the horror from both points of view. There is nothing racist in our comments. We only seek to end violence of any kind, whether directed toward humans, animals or the environment.

Until we learn to make peace with the whole of creation, we will never have peace. These monkeys are just one small part of the equation, but one that we cannot turn a blind eye to.

Indifference to violence on the part of Christians allowed the Holocaust to happen; something that Jesus would have been appalled at, as well as any other violence conducted in His name.

The greatest of all commandments is stated in Deuteronomy 6:5, "And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might." To love God this unconditionally, we must also love the whole of God's creation, too, for He lovingly made it. If we love God, we must also love our ourselves and our neighbors, and if we do, then we will learn to love the monkey and his torturers, for whom we seek to soften hearts.

Our web site may contain a little shock therapy to get people to wake up the horrors we inflict one each other, the animals, and the environment, for it is our hope and prayer that we humans would end our warring madness, and come to love as God loves us. If we all work at bringing Isaiah's prophecy of the peaceable kingdom to reality, it will become a reality.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank

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