AP - Workers rebuilding a sports stadium on the site of an 18th century Jewish cemetery in Belarus say they have no choice but to consign the bones to city dumps.
"It's impossible to pack an entire cemetery into sacks," said worker Mikhail Gubets, adding that he stopped counting the skulls when the number went over 100.
RLCC Comment: It's blatant anti-Jew. It's ethnic bigotry. There's no doubt about it. If the bones and graves were of their own ancestors, they would take care.
I don't put stock in bones. Jesus called them unclean. It's the sentiments of the living that matter. The living should take great care for the living. After that, they can care for graves. To care for graves but not the living is the height of hypocrisy. Jesus said that too only in parable form.
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