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Comparative Religion Studies

The contrast between these two photos is astounding.
Comparative Prayer

Photo Credit: Bottom photo by: Miriam Alster/FLASH90

Today’s class will be a quick one.

In the top half of the photo, we observe hundreds of religious Muslim women on the Temple Mount, cursing at Jews, and praising the kidnapping of 3 Jewish boys.

In the bottom half of the photo, we observe hundreds of Jewish women at the Kotel, crying and praying to God for the safe return of the 3 kidnapped boys.

If you understand the difference, give yourself an ‘A’.

Class dismissed.

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One Response to “Comparative Religion Studies”

  1. If they were Muslim boys who were kidnapped we would be praying for them, NOT REJOICING!

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