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  1. These are indeed experiences to Jewish people. And I have personally been set upon by every way as her Christian neighbors has her, and like her I never got help either from other Jews afraid to make waves. Every prayer has one purpose–to be a religious test usually perpetrated by Christians who are evangelizing by nature and sorting out cult members from ‘outsiders.’ There is no Christian basis for public prayer. It is the same ‘local’ ploy used by Christians during the Middle Ages to hunt out non-Christians for destruction. Here it is to destroy Jews and others civilly and to marginalize them in numerous ways. Christians do this in small towns because they think local populations will not resist out of the reach of more American people. Good luck Ms. Galloway. Tear them a new one.

    Comment by Shemaya Shiloh — November 13, 2013 @ 12:07 AM

  2. Let's send these females to Mecca to work on public prayer problems……

    Comment by Earl W. Littlefield Jr — November 13, 2013 @ 7:50 PM

  3. Well now this is interesting. Does the Jewish support for 'freedom from religion" extend to the nation of Israel, or only in nations where they are a minority? A sincere question.

    Comment by Bruce Killey — November 13, 2013 @ 10:25 PM

  4. When I was in school and that name was mentioned I simply didn't say it. This is part of the tradition of the U.S. By having Jews associated with this movement to ban the singing of Christmas carols in public places could create a backlash against Jews.

    Comment by Chaiya Eitan — November 14, 2013 @ 10:03 AM

  5. Where they don't live and aren't citizens? Your suggestion makes little sense. And "these females?" Have some latent misogyny, perhaps?

    Comment by Bill Dunn — November 14, 2013 @ 3:27 PM

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