I read it twice. It is a real masterpiece.

EUGENE KESSLER, PhD, Professor, California State University, Long Beach

The short of a long history of hate.

A must-read.

LAURE MURAT, PhD, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, Prix Goncourt 2001

Provocative, daring, informed, insightful, and a captivating quick march through the history of atrocities committed in the name of God.

BOHDAN W. OPPENHEIM, PhD, Professor, Loyola Marymount University

Knock, Knock! If you are there, oh God, please wake up and read what you have wrought!

EDWARD BARAL, MD, PhD, Professor, Karolinska Institute

Most authors remind you of things you might have heard. This author will tell you things you have never known before. This book is worth your time.

HOLLI LEVITSKY, PhD, Professor, Loyola Marymount University

Revealing research provides a shocking and deeply disturbing account of the Vatican’s and the Popes’ indecency preceding and during the Holocaust.

RABBI DAVID BARON, Founding Rabbi of the Temple of the Arts

What an eye-opener! Like a surgeon,

Severyn Ashkenazy unveils where hatred

and prejudice can lead.

FLORIAN VON HEINTZE, Journalist, Berlin, Germany

An impressive read – a scathing critique of persecution by the Catholic Church since its beginnings embedded in a memoir of a survivor.

PAULA GELBER DROMI , PhD, LCSW, Adjunct Professor, California State University, Los Angeles

Brutally raw, agitating, terrifying, disturbing, and alarming! Definitely not for the faint of heart. Keep the Nitroglycerin and Xanax close by, and don’t miss a word.

LEONARD MAKOWKA, MD, PhD, former Chairman and Professor, Dept. of Surgery, Cedars Sinai Medical Center