The following sentences come from the Wikipedia page on Martin Luther:
Luther wrote negatively about the Jews throughout his career. Though Luther rarely encountered Jews during his life, his attitudes reflected a theological and cultural tradition which saw Jews as a rejected people guilty of the murder of Christ, and he lived in a locality which had expelled Jews some ninety years earlier.
I have a question about the punctuation of this particular part: "Jews as a rejected people guilty of the murder of Christ". I was expecting a comma after 'rejected people'. Am I right?
The presence or absence of comma may not make much difference for conveying the meaning. However, I wanted to know what would be the right punctuation according to English grammar.