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THIS IS THE HTML EDITION, Jan 2003. Errors in the Table of Contents have been corrected. Additional errata, July 2008: Ch. VI, reference to Dio Cassius, "78th Book" should be "68th Book". Ch. , "Gregory XIV" (2 places) should be "Clement XIV". com CONTENTS [by original pages] Chapter. Page Introduction - - - - - - - - 00 1. Human Sacrifice A Semitic Tradition - - - - - 1 2. The Racial Urge - - - - - - - - 2 3. Human Sacrifice And The Jewish Religion - - - - 4 4. The Motive And Nature Of Jewish Ritual Murder - - - 6 5.
25; Gaguin, L. 6, De Francis; Magd. , 12, c. 14, col. 1670. 1235. Fulda, Hesse-Nassau. Five children murdered; Jews confessed under torture, but said the blood was wanted for healing purposes. Frederick II exonerated the Jews from suspicion, but the Crusaders had already dealt with a number by putting them to death. Frederick II called together a number of converted Jews, who denied the existence of Jewish ritual murder. " Had Frederick II lived to-day, he would have relied little upon religious literature in deciding whether Jewish Ritual Murder exists or not.
Sepulveda, Segovia, Spain. The Jews sacrificed a Christian child on a cross. The Bishop of Segovia investigated the crime, and ordered the culprits to Segovia, where they were executed. It is important to know that this Bishop was himself son of a converted Jew; Jean d'Avila was his name. Colmenares's History of Segovia records the facts of the case, which was juridically decided by a man of Jewish blood. That may be the reason that one finds no mention of it in Strack's book in defence of the Jews, The Jew and Human Sacrifice.