Pope renews full solidarity to Jews

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January 28, 2009 13:32

 
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Pope Benedict XVI has insisted he feels "full and indisputable solidarity" with Jews. Benedict spoke Wednesday, days after his decision to revoke the excommunication of a bishop who says no Jews were gassed during the Holocaust provoked an outcry among Jews. Benedict said Wednesday that he hoped the memory of the Holocaust would also serve as a warning against the "unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the hearts of men." He spoke during a public audience at the Vatican.

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