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Markus II vs. Akihonaomi debates
#61
It won't matter what proof you offer, Markus will still deny it, shake his head, and stick his head in the sand. You're wasting your time.
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#62
I merely ask for evidence that the Church sanctioned the killing of Jews, and for evidence that the Church did not punish those who committed the murders, and for evidence that the antisemitism was so widespread.

Truly we live in such primitive times.
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#63
Thomas, Markus has questioned the validity of Wikipedia because it's an unbiased source.
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#64
I know, just commenting because you also included a wikipedia article as source material
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#65
The Siege of Jerusalem was necessary to win the First Crusade.

In the clash of civilizations, sometimes (it is tragic) the innocent are caught in the middle. However, many of the claims of slaughter are exaggerated. The Templars would not have randomly killed in the holiest city in Christendom.
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#66
When you are tired and angry, you aren't always the most...sensible-thinking person.
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(18 Jun 2016, 15:33:19)Emperor Markus II Wrote: The Siege of Jerusalem was necessary to win the First Crusade.

In the clash of civilizations, sometimes (it is tragic) the innocent are caught in the middle. However, many of the claims of slaughter are exaggerated. The Templars would not have randomly killed in the holiest city in Christendom.
I do think that the Gesta Francorum exaggerates the massacre. How come in an elevated place such as the Temple Mount you can kill enough people to pool up enough blood to reach your ankles? I would believe that if the killing was done in a hole.
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