‘Elder Brother,’ Whiskey Merchant Bronfman on Controlling Education

Middle East Peace Begins in the Classroom

October 8, 2009

Edgar M. Bronfman
– Huffington Post

… My predecessor as President of the World Jewish Congress, Nahum Goldmann, negotiated the great papal encyclical “Nostra Aetate” with Pope John XXIII. As important as that document was in starting on the path of reconciliation, it didn’t really change things on the ground. That’s why the International Catholic Jewish Liaison Committee, [and HERE] an organization consisting of Jewish and Catholic communal leaders, was created: to improve interfaith relations, tangibly and from the relationship’s core.

Among its other missions, the committee met regularly and took on the issue of what textbooks used in the classrooms said about the other faith. I was there at some of those meetings, and as difficult as it was in some instances, progress was always made …

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2 Responses to “‘Elder Brother,’ Whiskey Merchant Bronfman on Controlling Education”

  1. Steve in Vista Says:

    It is quite telling that Islamic exegetes when writing about ad-Dajjal (Arabic for the Antichrist) warn primarily that this evil one of the devil will blaspheme God and Jesus Christ and will DISTRACT men from God by proposing meaningless questions about faith and will propose false peace. The exegesis is practically identical to traditional Catholic exegesis about the Antichrist. The falsity identified with the Antichrist by both traditional Catholic and Islamic exegetes fits to a tee, what Jews like Bronfman obfuscate with.

    Movements of the type of the Antichrist:


  2. Anonymous Says:

    you do mean 'Judaic' like Bronfman…no?

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