Reader comment on: Muslims Angry Over Spanish Citizenship for Jews
Submitted by Julian Tepper, Dec 26, 2012 10:59
Getting a huge entity, such as a country, a people, or a religion to end a practice that harms (not merely offends) a particular group of human beings is tough enough. Efforts of those entities intended to rectify hurtful, serious, and important wrongs of the past by offering a measure of rectification or compensatory relief to the current-day progenies of a wronged people are a much, much more difficult enterprise.
I suspect that not all such efforts will lead the world (or the part of the world that is involved) to a more lastingly useful place.
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