Certainly you jest. The Ten Commandments has a singular and very clear source ~ it was part and parcel of the received truths handed down by Moses to the Hebrew people. Attacks on the Ten Commandments are invariably associated with attacks on Judaism.
Leftwingers and Liberals have been indulging themselves in anti-semitism in recent years, most noticeably in Europe, but also in this country. Unless they are called to account they will not stop just because they are on a federal court of appeals.
Besides, it's really not a legitimate act of any governmental body or official in this country to decide what is or is not religion. Those judges may have their own prejudices and personal beliefs, but they have no right to impose them on the rest of us.
The 11th Circuit cannot be respected by any honest citizen.
That's your beyond-the-pale statement. If you want to call it an attack on Judaism, that's your own uninformed opinion. Perhaps you should actually READ the opinion - take special note of footnote #3 - and tell us how all of those parts of the opinion finding that the exaltation of Christian aspects of the monument above all others are violative of the Establishment Clause constitute an attack on Judaism.
You and your uninformed opinions deserve the respect of no honest man. And your statement that these judges want to participate in holocaust-style killing is low-class stupid drivel.