Well, at least the Israeli police appear to have taken an even handed view, arresting a monk both from the Armenian and from the Greek Orthodox.
It was strangely refreshing to see the Israeli's as the good guys keeping the peace.The Armenian was certainly a good fighter and could pursue a career as a professional I would have guessed.It is very sad that such aggression could take place, not for the first time and certainly not the last, near such sacred sites. Even sadder that the Old Holy Week rites were celebrated there by the Latin Christians until 1995.
LAdbrooks should start taking bets on which group of monks are going to whup butt more for each holiday. the annoying thing about these reports are the accounts don't say which group is better at fisticuffs.
It sounds just like when my Irish relatives get tgether, only without the gross intemperance.
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The Thunder in the Rotunda was quite something, though I don't think you can get away with hitting your opponent in the face with a thurible under Queensberry Rules. I am now musing on other possibilities for bare-knuckle ecumenism. Get me a ringside seat for Rowan 'The Wizard' Williams, the Druid from Clwyd vs. Joey 'Papa' Ratzinger, the Bavarian Octogenarian.
Would have rather seen the Armenian Monk punch a happy clappy magic circle RC priest for making a mockery of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and tradition.
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