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Published:June 19th, 2011 10:16 EST
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Ungodly Outrage: Jewish Court Sentences Pooch To Death By Stoning!

By Robert Paul Reyes

"A Jerusalem rabbinical court condemned to death by stoning a dog it suspects is the reincarnation of a secular lawyer who insulted the court`s judges 20 years ago, Ynet website reported Friday.

According to Ynet, the large dog made its way into the Monetary Affairs Court in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighbourhood of Mea Shearim in Jerusalem, frightening judges and plaintiffs.

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One of the judges sentenced the animal to death by stoning by local children."

AFP

Proof one million and one that all organized religions are an affront to decency, commonsense and morality.

Religions should protect the tender sensibilities of children, but this rabbinical court is desensitizing children to violence by ordering them to stone a pooch to death. It`s a shame that these superstitious idiots have authority and influence over adults and children.

It`s remarkable how much in common ultra-Orthodox Jews have in common with Islam, both of these Neanderthal religions consider dogs impure, and both of these traditions have a penchant for stoning to death defenseless creatures.

Judaism is perceived by most people as an enlightened religion (oxymoron?); I was astonished to learn that certain schools of thought within the ancient faith believe in the superstition of reincarnation.

God protect us from radical Muslims, orthodox Jews, and fundamentalist Christians who if they had their druthers, would stone to death everybody who isn`t enslaved to their respective religions.


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Update: This story was reported in hundreds of reliable Web sites and newspapers including the BBC, the AFP news wire, and Time Magazine. Here`s a clarification published by Time:

According to Hebrew news sources, the story originally published in the Behadrei Haredim newspaper may not have been based on factual reporting. The court denies the sentence was ever handed down, claiming the only action taken against the dog was in calling animal control officials to remove the dog.