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Sign at Swiss hotel directed to 'Jewish guests' draws scorn
Associated Press
Published: 15.08.17, 17:16
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1. Cloes the pool ?
A real genius you've got there. lol
2. When someone smells (in their clothes?) they should shower
Michael ,   California, USA   (08.15.17)
As long as water is available it is important to shower when one smells. Maybe this dumb hotel manager had some negative experience with someone religious? The journalist should investigate and not be issuing accusations of anti-Semitism.
3. It is people who eat pig and other unclean meats and foods
Rivkah   (08.15.17)
who smell. Eating a clean foods diet with fewer toxins is healthier and less smelly, particularly a vegetarian diet like Daniel in Scriptures ate. There is a fragrance of Jews, particularly Israelis when I see one in the market who are working and living in the USA: it is the fragrance of Israel that makes me homesick for the land of Elohim's heart.
4. Nothing is "shocking" when it comes to Switzerland.
5. perhaps a few broken windows will bring fresh air into hotel
Rafi ,   US   (08.16.17)
6. CLOES? Big clue the $%^&*( can't spell for shit.
BBB   (08.16.17)
Typical anti semite dumber than dirt and proud of it.
7. Oversensitive to trivial issues.
Koose E Mack ,   NY US   (08.16.17)
Most, if not all, public pools require that you shower before you enter a pool. Let's not get crazy over BS. Yep, there are a number of people who stink...not necessarily Jewish...But showering before and after swimming in a public pool is a great idea!
8. Rivkah....
Froike ,   Brooklyn NY   (08.16.17)
The reason Jews don't eat Pork, Seafood, and other Treif, is because Hashem
commanded us and told us what is Kosher and what if Treif.
It's absolutely true, that in the past, Pork was dangerous to eat if not thoroughly cooked....The same can be said for Shellfish.
Many Jews who keep Kosher, unfortunately, also get Cancers of the Colon and Rectum. As a trained Biologist and one who has studied Animal Disease and Sciences...The book, or your interpretation of the book may not be so accurate.
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