A cardinal, an atheist and phony media outrage

Religious leader chastised for saying Jews were intellectually inferior thousands of years ago.

By OSKAR SVADKOVSKY
May 10, 2012 12:29
Archbishop of Sydney George Pell

Australian cardinal 370. (photo credit: YouTube Screenshot)

 
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“Australia's most senior Catholic Archbishop sparks outrage after saying Jews are 'intellectually and morally inferior,” reported the Daily Mail on April 12.

Cardinal George Pell said "the little Jewish people" were shepherds who lacked intellectual development during a debate with atheist Richard Dawkins.

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