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    Default BBC1 -Shalom Belfast?

    On BBC1 now -a truly amazing nexus of Glasgow rangers supporters, republican club members, Likud and many more.

    Ithamar Handelman Smith's amazing documentary.
    The truth of an idea is not a stagnant property inherent in it. Truth happens to an idea. It becomes true, is made true by events.

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    Is it feasible for an entity to be a religion and a state?
    The truth of an idea is not a stagnant property inherent in it. Truth happens to an idea. It becomes true, is made true by events.

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    A guy was on his way home during the Troubles when a man with a gun stepped out of the shadows.
    "Prod or Taig?"
    He realized if he answered incorrectly he had a 50/50 chance of being shot so he had a bright idea.
    "Jewish!"
    "Well ****************************** me! I'm the luckiest Palestinian in Belfast!"

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    It seems the Protestants are pro Israeli and theCatholics are pro Palestinian?
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    Interesting program. I think there's been catholics from the South who have converted to Judaism too. But these are truly strange people ..

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    What a bunch of looneys

    The North is one weird kip with some seriously strange people living there

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    Quote Originally Posted by enby View Post
    What a bunch of looneys

    The North is one weird kip with some seriously strange people living there
    They probably think and say similar about us in the South.!

    Match made in heaven, wouldn't you say?

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    What sort of brain dead moron decided to change the days that the 'bunting' over that building in Belfast be flown?

    Abuse of power in trivialities shows us what all of us, whatever our politics or religions, are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Socratus O' Pericles View Post
    Is it feasible for an entity to be a religion and a state?
    I'd say Judaism is a race, with a very good , much imitated , philosophy.

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    Fascinating documentary which you can watch here:

    Shalom Belfast - YouTube

    This thread deserves way more attention.

    One point stuck in my head when the presenter (the Israeli guy) was marching in the July 12th parade and asked his OO friend how he could join the Orange Order.

    "Well", came the reply. He'd need recommendations from other OO members that he's basically a good guy [awkward pause] ".....not a Catholic".
    Eagla agus eaglais: an bhfuil an fhréamh teangeolaíochta céanna acu?

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