Belarus Is Embracing Christianity – The Roots of Its Civilization


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AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR EAST-WEST ACCORD – No matter where one turns it is clear that the Christian faith was a positive and universalist humanist force for good in Belarusian history. Christianity is the glue which holds this otherwise highly diversified society together. Belorusian hospitality reflects this Christian culture in accordance with the Biblical edict “a guest in the home is God in the home.” Belorusian traditions also demonstrate a wonderful sense of humor. A toast by women on behalf of men goes: ” to men! Our Tsars! Our gods! May they always kneel at our feet!”

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  1. #1 by TonyFromIN on 09/01/2016 - 3:56 am

    Oh my gosh!?!?! Those head-scarfs……..they are so persecuted.

  2. #2 by rehmat1 on 09/01/2016 - 6:31 am

    On October 16, 2012, President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, announced that former Mossad chief Meir Dagan’s recent liver transplant by a Belarus medical team was successful. He also said that Dagan decided to come to Belarus for his treatment as Israel, the US, Germany, France, Sweden and other European countries refused to allow the liver transplant.

    Israeli media and Jewish writers in the West have come of some of the most crazy excuses to explain why Dagan was not operated in Israel and the US. The most stupid one is that religious Jews don’t like desecrating a human body after death by autopsy or organ removal. In reality, several rabbis have blessed stealing non-Jews’ body organs to save Jewish life. For example, Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh says :”If a Jew needs a kidney, is it allowed, in order to save his life, to take the kidney from a Goy (non-Jew), passing by, even if he is not guilty of anything? In my opinion, Torah allows it. The life of a Jew is priceless“.

    https://rehmat1.com/2012/10/19/dagan-gets-liver-transplant-from-iran-ally-belarus/

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