Christian seminary set alight in suspected hate crime
Roi Yanovsky
Published: 26.02.15, 10:53
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1. Could be politically motivated made to look like hate
Jo   (02.26.15)
2. Disgusting
Mike ,   Tel Aviv   (02.26.15)
Disgusting - but in Netanyahu's Israel they will just get a slap on the wrists and be told not to be naughty boys again.
3. "Notoriety of Zion" movements' members
Moshe ,   Israel   (02.26.15)
Hit again. It seems that the current penalty for such offense does not deter sufficiently, and should be stiffened.
4. All the talk condemning vandalism again non-jews
James USA   (02.26.15)
is white-wash, a facade and PR. IN israel, jews have a free hand to make live miserable for the gentile.
5. visit of an Israeli authority at the site
Dan Levin ,   Jerusqalen   (02.28.15)
Head of Minority Affairs at the Ministry of Public Security, Dr. Moti (Mordechai) Zaken, visited the Greek Orthodox seminary, following the arson. He met with the Greek-Orthodox Patriarch Patriarch Theophilos III and with the Consul-General of Greece in Jerusalem Mr. Georgios Zacharoudiakis. Dr. Zaken condemned the act of arson, explaining that the overwhelming majority of Israeli society condemns such acts and expressed his support and commitment of the State to the various religious minorities in the country. Both the Consul-General and the Patriarch were satisfied with the words of encouragement and when the Patriarch came out to the press, he gave moderate statements.
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