When taken in historical context, all quoted texts used to raise our ire, were appropriate to uproot the oppression they repelled. We should all be appalled by these texts in our holy books, not due to the fact that they are wrong, but they are a warning of the struggles against oppression of the past, and the utter horror that is sometime needed to bring mankind past such injustice. War is the most hated, but allowed action allowed to man, for oppression is worse than death. When will we quit creating the perfect storm, when our texts are full of warning of the result.
This attitude has been combated by all prophets, From Abraham, to Jesus, To Mohammed.
Circumstance often helps dictate emotional patterns that lead to personal doctrinal dogma. I do not believe this man to be truly senile or insane. He has been jaded, and it shows through in his theological discourse toward non Jews, as in Yassins rethoric towards Jews. Belief in God is not the problem. It is the failure of man to listen.
I believe that Jesus tried to warn the Jewish people of racism and oppression of other peoples, and they turned on him for this, historically and religiously. I wish the people of his time would have listened more closely, instead of giving into sectarianism. I also believe that when confronted with this attitude, Mohammed was forced to fight in order to alleviate the same attitude. I do not feel that a majority of Jewish people worldwide feel this way, so the same rethoric from International Islamists toward Jews is equally disgusting.
the reason for the gentile is to protect the jews because the jews cant protect themselves. look throughout history, gentiles rescued the jews from their captors. why? because the jew was nothing but a money grubbing dirtbag that couldnt defend himself. the jew would rather lookout form themselves rather than work together. in the end, the jew will be a slave and be wiped out. rather than work together, the jew would rather rely on others, like all the other losers and rejects of the world. i think its time for the jews to do something for themselves, rather than relying on others.
Well, all I can say is Israel certainly knows how to turn people's hearts and whole Nations against it. Thanks for opening my eyes to the truth.
As a hardcore Zionist, I am embarrassed by this nonsense. Between this maniac and the Mayor of Nazareth (banned Xmas trees), I am losing my faith in Israel. What a shame.
This article was posted as a rebuke to a Jew In the NYDailyNews. Outrageous!!! 1) This 'Rabbi' have violated the Torah as has anyone who thinks or talks like this! 2) Those of us hearing anti-Semitic comments here in the US & DEFENDING Jews don't need any more help!! 3) I've been debating w/ an 85 yr old anti-semite who has contended for years that Jews thought this way about Gentiles & that's why he hates them; that they worked him as if he wasn't human. Thank you. Thank you so much for proving me wrong about Jews. I'm so done. That's right- become the beast you complain about. Perfect.
Clearly Judaism is indeed a gutter religion and a threat to the world. Once Judaism and Islam wipe each other out, the world will finally know peace.
In Germany they said the same thing about jews and put them in concentration camps and when they became useless they killed them. Same thing in Iran, Iranians say jews can't go outside when it rains because the rain drips off them to the ground and the ground is filthy. This is a war between Aryans and Jews, both Germany and Iran are aryan and they want to wipe out the jewish race
Finally, the truth comes out.
As always suspected, we Goyim were never and obviously will never be anything but fodder and labor in the minds of the orthodox members of the Jewish community!
I was really hoping that at some point, the long struggles of the Jews in Eastern/Western Europe, Russia, the United States and the Middle East would have blunted this implicit sense of ethno-religious superiority amongst the orthodox for a common civility and respect for all people, given the historical reality of racism.
Instead, those struggles seemed to have simply hardened their resolve.