And THIS, kids, is what we call irony!

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  1. Dark Knight

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  3. joeskidbeck

    joeskidbeck Rest in Peace

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    I have never been able to comprehend why people hate other people based on skin color, ethnicity, religous beliefs, or whatever other excuses they make up. This is the line that I liked best in this story: "Something told me to do it. It was unbelievable"

    Ma'am I can tell you what that something was. It was your God giving you an opportunity to repent from this evil hate!
     
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    Belinda Doer of Things

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    Wow, that was interesting. The comments after the article weren't terribly kind. I think for them to turn completely around and embrace their true heritage is remarkable.
     
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    SunnieRN Active Member

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    I am SO glad they were both found to be Jewish and not just one of them! I can imagine the shock they felt at the time!

    I hope they will stay safe and not be attacked by their former compatriots!
     
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    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    I've always felt that God indeed has a wonderful sense of humor. JMHO.
     
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    wow...what are the odds of being a skin head, then finding out your true jewish roots, and then to find out your husband and his family too are jewish? indeed the irony is rich.

    i can understand their parents fear, my moms brother=she was not born until 1950 after ww2, but he was a kid during the ww2 years, and him having dark hair and eyes was teased, "jew boy"( growing up in nazi germany) pretty hard for him..

    i wish them the best in turning a new leaf over, and working in their new community. i too hope their former co-horts dont find them/ hurt them, or worse.
     

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