Mamala, Why Does the Teacher Whisper when She Says "Jew"?
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"Because, Shlomo," said Mamala, "She probably thinks being Jewish is a disease."
"But it's not a disease Mamala!"
"You know that and I know that, but there a lot of people who don't know any better. They think being Jewish is something to be ashamed of."
"Why do they think that, Mamala?"
"Because they are so insecure that there is no room for others in their world. Tell me Shlomo, is your teacher a Christian fanatic?"
"Yes, I think she is."
"Well, either her Christian fanaticism is influencing her thoughts on Jews or she's not getting any cannoli at home."
"Mamala, what's cannoli."
"Never mind, Shlomo. Go to sleep, my precious child."