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Posted by Lou Pilder on September 9, 2016, at 19:58:48

In reply to Jews used wreaths as religious symbols Lou Pilder, posted by Larry Hoover on September 9, 2016, at 18:37:46

> ...long before Christians did. Before Jesus was born, Lou. Duh!
> It took me literally seconds to find this, Lou.
> "Wreaths as decoration appear on the synagogue ceiling tiles of Dura Europus, a 2000 year old synagogue discovered in Syria, and were carved into the second century synagogue at Capernaum. Jewish use of wreaths was so common that in the 4th century C.E., Ephrem the Syrian, an early church leader, issued a warning to Christians to avoid the use of wreaths, since it "is the custom of Greeks and Jews"."
> When the Macabees reporting on the rededication of the Temple in 164 B.C.E., what did Judah use as a decoration, Lou? Greek crowns, laurels, the wreaths of honour worn on the head.
> You can buy Hanukkah wreaths online, Lou.
> Yes, Lou, your lawsuit is nothing more than harassment. Your rights have not been infringed. You should apologize and reimburse you condo association for their costs, and help decorate for the holidays.
> Lar

It depends on other factors and that is what the hearing is about. You can buy a wreath with a menorah in it at Amazon. But that was not the wreath used.
I would like for you to get a lot of members to come to the hearing on the 28th and when I start to speak, you can stand up and walk out on me.




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