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Judaism
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • He walked onward, dismayed, wondering whether he had strayed into the quarter of the Jews.
  • Will we too, like the cruel jews and the brutal soldiers, mock that gentle and compassionate Saviour Who trod alone for our sake the awful wine-press of sorrow?
  • The two were walking slowly towards Davin’s rooms through the dark narrow streets of the poorer jews.
  • —I mean, Cranly said, hardening in his speech, did the idea ever occur to you that he was himself a conscious hypocrite, what he called the jews of his time, a whited sepulchre?
  • He was seized and bound like a common criminal, mocked at as a fool, set aside to give place to a public robber, scourged with five thousand lashes, crowned with a crown of thorns, hustled through the streets by the jewish rabble and the Roman soldiery, stripped of his garments and hanged upon a gibbet and His side was pierced with a lance and from the wounded body of our Lord water and blood issued continually.

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  • Jerusalem is a holy city for Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
  • Jerusalem’s Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest prayer site.

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