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Published: Tuesday, Feb. 21 2012 2:51 p.m. MST

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m.g. scott
LAYTON, UT

I'm kind of glad this happened on the heels of all the controversy concerning the baptisms of Jewish holocost victims.

rhappahannock
Washington, DC

The government of Israel is religiously intolerant, restricting the religious practice of Christians, Muslims, and other faiths. Perhaps it stems from their glorification of killing every gentile man, woman, child, and beast as recorded in their Tanakh.

Ironic that Judiasm teaches that Gentiles (such as Mormons and Catholics) will end up in Sheol while Mormons and Catholics pray for deceased Jews. Judiasm and the Israeli government needs to be called out for their religious intolerance in future pronouncements of this sort. It is inexcusable that Judiasm is not held accountable for religious bigotry.

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