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[LF] Anti-semitic belief rebuked AND never challenged!
« on: March 13, 2006, 03:17:03 AM »
Anti-semitic belief rebuked AND never challenged!

'Who are the Elders of Zion? Zionism originated in a people called Khazars from southern Russia who adopted Judaism in the 7th century and refer to the descendants of Israelites as our 'lesser brethren' who cannot be trusted. (Memo to Spectorum: Zionism is anti-Semitism; BAN IT.)

Zionism developed in the 19th century in response to massacres of Jews across the vast steppes and forests of Eastern Russia or ANNEXED POLAND!
Cossacks egged on by the Czars massacred Jewish people including children. Nothing new about this. They had been killing Jews since 1647!! In those old days they ran children dogs and farm stock through on giant lance like a shish kabob!!

Heralding new messiahs had gone out of fashion so they took their prayer books literally and decided to return to ZION. Mount Zion in Jerusalem.
In 1880 they began to buy land and settle in Turkish Syria (not even called Palestine, Palestine was a Western or Roman term).

The Khazars were a Turkish people whose royalty converted to Judaism when they saw they weren't being pressured by Muslim or Christian missionaries.
Still many Khazars became Christian or Muslim. Some may have become Karaites or other type of Eastern Jew. Today Israel has Ashkenazi Jews (of whom some may have Khazar ancestry), Mizrachi (Jews from Arab states) and Sephardim (Jews exiled from Spain in 1492).
The Mizrachi and Sephardim have NO historical connection to Khazars or Russia! Most the the current Likud are those 2 groups!!

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Re: Anti-semitic belief rebuked AND never challenged!
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2006, 07:23:27 AM »
Jews brought terrorism to Palestine in the 1940s.  Pale-skinned Jews wiped out whole villages, (raping and murdering) of Semitic people.

Much of the terrorism we see in the ME today is fomented by Israeli Jews conducting false flag operations.  There is a long history of Israel's Mossad making "war by deception".  It's their motto.

I ask; Who is more demonstrably anti-Semitic than the Zionist Jew?
Sanhedrin: It is the Jewish law and all the nations have to obey this law.

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« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2006, 07:55:55 AM »
Arden,

Facts are not recognized in this forum at this time by the paid shills of the zionists.

We appreciate your willingness to actually RESEARCH and POST truth from a place other than the jewish virtual library.

You are correct of course in pointing out that those who wrote the book on this 'Anti-Semitism" were jews and they have received much mileage out of the killing of their own.

Yes there was a Holocaust, it was called Purim, here is a modern day boasting of the jewish murder that took place.


Purim 5766 - And Still Going Strong

Some weeks ago, the president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, while denying that a Holocaust against the Jews took place during World War II, stated that there was indeed a "holocaust" that took place in Iran some 2,000 years ago, in which the Jews killed thousands of people. To this day, it is still celebrated year in and year out with singing and drinking. He was, of course, talking about the story of Purim.

Some might indeed mistakenly come to the conclusion that all killing is a bad thing. In fact, we find even among fellow liberal Jews that the holiday of Purim can make them blush and feel uncomfortable, for here we find the Jews celebrating the downfall of their enemies after killing some 75,000 of them. Now how un-Jewish is that?

There is, then, in this world good and evil, and they are not the same - and woe to one who mixes up the two. Take, for instance, an example from World War II, when Germany bombed England and England bombed Germany. Both bombed, but surely, every sane person knows that one was pure evil and one was fighting for good.

HaShem has created good as well as evil in this world, and it is our job to complete creation and eliminate evil. Amalek, and his physical and spiritual heirs, must ultimately be wiped off the face of the earth, as King David said: "I hate all those who hate You [HaShem]." King David himself killed thousands, as the Book of Samuel tells us: "Saul with his hundreds and David with his thousands." Still, all whom King David killed were looked upon as a sacrifice before HaShem, for David had eliminated evil from this world, thereby making it a better place.

Today, we are witnessing, throughout the world and in Israel, the mercy of fools; those taking pity on the wicked. Such behavior is not good, but evil.

How clearer a signal could HaShem have sent us than the Hamas landslide victory? Now, it is clear for all to see that there are no innocent bystanders among the Arabs living here in Israel. Clearly, the great majority of them want to see Israel destroyed, as was made clear by them in their elections. It is high time for Israel to act accordingly and stop playing around, claiming that there are innocents in the area and moderates to work with. Clearly, the law must be the same for all of them.

Still, we see the nations of the world continuing to explain away the Hamas victory, even as the Arabs have learned to use the great tool of democracy to their advantage. The nations are also guilty of taking pity on the wicked, and surely this will backfire on them in the end, as well. Nation after nation invites Hamas to visit, and the European Union and the US continue to pour millions of dollars into the Palestinian Authority, which, of course, will go towards continuing the Arab terror campaign.

So, it really is too bad that the beloved President Ahmadinejad of Iran does not understand the difference between one who comes to kill, and one who kills defending himself, for history repeats itself so often. And if he comes, like so many before him, against the Jewish State, then he and his people will be the ones to fall. It is worth recalling the strange last words uttered by one of the leading Nazis who was hanged after the Nuremberg trials: "Purimfest 1945!"

So take note, cruel and harsh world: Purim is still going strong for the Jewish people.



I say laugh now and get ready to cry very soon.

The beauty of History is that it always repeats itself.

You sit smug, fat and happy on Illegal lands, your days are numbered.

Those who have made their choice and sold out their country to the vile zionists will feel the sword FIRST.  I took an OATH to defend America against ALL enemies FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC will personally NOT HESITATE  to cut the throats of the traitors to the American people!!

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Re: awe but..
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2006, 12:15:14 PM »
... as King David said: "I hate all those who hate You [HaShem]."

That word again: Hate - twice. An absurd argument a small child would make in a childish fit.

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Levi Chazen is the Director of the English Division of Yeshivat HaRa´ayon HaYehudi in Jerusalem. He has been working tirelessly over the years in the yeshiva´s many charitable projects in Jerusalem and nationally.

Another word: Charity, used to describe the 'genius' who just rationalized "mass murder because we can" with some quote from some book, and then concludes that because "all whom King David killed were looked upon as a sacrifice before HaShem, for David had eliminated evil from this world, thereby making it a better place".

Yet WE are still here - incompetent job, fraudulent conclusion. Or maybe just the excuse of a psychopath.

As I have said repeatedly: Either this tiny number of freaks is clinically insane, or all the rest of us are.

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Re: Anti-semitic belief rebuked AND never challenged!
« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2006, 12:46:51 PM »
Since 1948, after three generations the descendants of the Arab refugees are still called "refugees" and are supported by UN "refugee" funds! With the highest birth rate in Arab countries this population has now grown to about four million. In negotiations, Arab leadership requests the "right of return" of this mass of millions into the tiny land of Israel. The settlement of millions of Arabs in Israel would immediately eliminate Israel as a Jewish state. This is the real aim of the Arab countries, to achieve by supposedly "peaceful" means what they could not achieve by unceasing violence in whole scale wars and daily terrorism.

The responsibility for keeping the Arab population who are descendants of the Arab refugees, rests only on the shoulders of the Arab countries that created the problem by attacking Israel in 1948.

Quote from Ralph Galloway, a former head of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), in Amman, capital of Jordan, in August 1958:

"The Arab states do not want to solve the refugee problem. They want to keep it as open sore, as an affront to the United Nations and as a weapon against Israel. Arab leaders don't give a damn whether the refugees live or die."

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There have been hundreds of shootings and bombings over the past months. Below are part of the ones that caused serious injuries or deaths. Unfortunately the world wide press does not give equal coverage when Israeli or Jewish blood is spilled.

Section 1/13: January - March 2006

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« Reply #5 on: March 13, 2006, 12:52:49 PM »
Purim is one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar. It commemorates a time when the Jewish people living in Persia were saved from extermination.

The story of Purim is told in the Biblical book of Esther. The heroes of the story are Esther, a beautiful young Jewish woman living in Persia, and her cousin Mordecai, who raised her as if she were his daughter. Esther was taken to the house of Ahasuerus, King of Persia, to become part of his harem, and he loved her more than his other women and made her queen. But the king did not know that Esther was a Jew, because Mordecai told her not to reveal her nationality.

The villain of the story is Haman, an arrogant, egotistical advisor to the king. Haman hated Mordecai because Mordecai refused to bow down to Haman, so Haman plotted to destroy the Jewish people. In a speech that is all too familiar to Jews, Haman told the king, "There is a certain people scattered abroad and dispersed among the peoples in all the provinces of thy kingdom; and their laws are diverse from those of every people; neither keep they the king's laws; therefore it does not profit the king to suffer them." Esther 3:8. The king gave the fate of the Jewish people to Haman, to do as he pleased to them. Haman planned to exterminate all of the Jews.

Mordecai persuaded Esther to speak to the king on behalf of the Jewish people. This was a dangerous thing for Esther to do, because anyone who came into the king's presence without being summoned could be put to death, and she had not been summoned. Esther fasted for three days to prepare herself, then went into the king. He welcomed her. Later, she told him of Haman's plot against her people. The Jewish people were saved, and Haman was hanged on the gallows that had been prepared for Mordecai.

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« Reply #6 on: March 16, 2006, 03:02:07 AM »
MYTH

`The Jews started the first war with the Arabs.`

FACT

The chairman of the Arab Higher Committee said the Arabs would "fight for every inch of their country."1 Two days later, the holy men of Al-Azhar University in Cairo called on the Muslim world to proclaim a jihad (holy war) against the Jews.2 Jamal Husseini, the Arab Higher Committee's spokesman, had told the UN prior to the partition vote the Arabs would drench "the soil of our beloved country with the last drop of our blood . . . ."3

Husseini's prediction began to come true almost immediately after the UN announced partition resolution on November 29, 1947. The Arabs declared a protest strike and instigated riots that claimed the lives of 62 Jews and 32 Arabs. Violence continued to escalate through the end of the year.4

The first large-scale assaults began on January 9, 1948, when approximately 1,000 Arabs attacked Jewish communities in northern Palestine. By February, the British said so many Arabs had infiltrated they lacked the forces to run them back.5 In fact, the British turned over bases and arms to Arab irregulars and the Arab Legion.

In the first phase of the war, lasting from November 29, 1947 until April 1, 1948, the Palestinian Arabs took the offensive, with help from volunteers from neighboring countries. The Jews suffered severe casualties and passage along most of their major roadways was disrupted.

On April 26, 1948, Transjordan's King Abdullah said:


[A]ll our efforts to find a peaceful solution to the Palestine problem have failed. The only way left for us is war. I will have the pleasure and honor to save Palestine.6

On May 4, 1948, the Arab Legion attacked Kfar Etzion. The defenders drove them back, but the Legion returned a week later. After two days, the ill-equipped and outnumbered settlers were overwhelmed. Many defenders were massacred after they had surrendered.7 This was prior to the invasion by the regular Arab armies that followed Israel's declaration of independence.

The UN blamed the Arabs for the violence. The UN Palestine Commission was never permitted by the Arabs or British to go to Palestine to implement the resolution. On February 16, 1948, the Commission reported to the Security Council:

Powerful Arab interests, both inside and outside Palestine, are defying the resolution of the General Assembly and are engaged in a deliberate effort to alter by force the settlement envisaged therein.8

The Arabs were blunt in taking responsibility for starting the war. Jamal Husseini told the Security Council on April 16, 1948:

The representative of the Jewish Agency told us yesterday that they were not the attackers, that the Arabs had begun the fighting. We did not deny this. We told the whole world that we were going to fight.9

The British commander of Jordan's Arab Legion, John Bagot Glubb admitted:

Early in January, the first detachments of the Arab Liberation Army began to infiltrate into Palestine from Syria. Some came through Jordan and even through Amman . . . They were in reality to strike the first blow in the ruin of the Arabs of Palestine.10

Despite the disadvantages in numbers, organization and weapons, the Jews began to take the initiative in the weeks from April 1 until the declaration of independence on May 14. The Haganah captured several major towns including Tiberias and Haifa, and temporarily opened the road to Jerusalem.



The partition resolution was never suspended or rescinded. Thus, Israel, the Jewish State in Palestine, was born on May 14, as the British finally left the country. Five Arab armies (Egypt, Syria, Transjordan, Lebanon and Iraq) immediately invaded Israel. Their intentions were declared by Azzam Pasha, Secretary-General of the Arab League: "This will be a war of extermination and a momentous massacre which will be spoken of like the Mongolian massacres and the Crusades."11

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Re: Anti-semitic belief rebuked AND never challenged!
« Reply #7 on: March 16, 2006, 04:21:23 AM »
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There is a long history of Israel's Mossad making "war by deception".  It's their motto.

MOSSAD eventually adopted the following verse from the Book of Proverbs as its motto, guide, creative awakener and ideology, but also was as a dire warning:

"Where no counsel is, the people fell, but in the multitude of counselors there is safety." Proverbs XI/14


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