Où sont les organisations anti-haine lorsque les droits des chrétiens et des musulmans palestiniens sont bafoués? Pourquoi restent-ils muets comme des carpes? Pourquoi est-ce qu’on les entend seulement lorsqu’un acte « antisémite » s’est produit?
AUDIO-The Ugly Truth Podcast April 9 2010
David Duke joins the program with co-host Mark Dankof to discuss the question– »Should Christians support Israel? »
Many Christians are now told that Christians must support Israel and even support Jewish power in America because “God has a covenant with the Jews.”
In fact, this goes against the fundamental teachings of the New Testament!
In the first place, the Covenant talked about in the Old Testament was always “Conditional.” That is, God said that he would honor it to the 1000th generation, BUT, that they did not keep the commandments of God, or rejected him, that God would requite them and “destroy” them.
The traditional and correct Christian view is that by hating and rejecting Jesus, the Son of God, they have rejected God and broke the Covenant. The New Testament says that very clearly! The New Testament gives us the very words of God himself in the clearest of language. (more…)
– Billy Graham and Richard Nixon speak candidly about the danger of a Jewish controlled media
Should Christians Support Israel?
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In the conversation with Nixon, Rev. Billy Graham, the Southern Baptist evangelist expressed disdain for what he saw as Jewish domination of the media.
“This stranglehold has got to be broken or this country’s going down the drain,” Graham said, agreeing with Nixon’s comments earlier in the conversation.
“You believe that?” Nixon says in response.
“Yes, sir,” says Graham.
“Oh boy. So do I,” Nixon agrees, then says: “I can’t ever say that, but I believe it.” (From the Associated Press)
I am a Christian, but I must also state that I am tolerant of other religious beliefs, and I am committed to the right of people to have and practice whatever religious belief they so choose. Freedom of thought, conscience, belief and speech is fundamental to traditional European communities. I oppose religious intolerance, just as I oppose political tyranny and the suffocating encroachment of world government. (more…)
Shown is an image of a statue of the Virgin Mary which an Israeli Army tank fired upon on March 14, 2002. The hated statue stood high above the Roman Catholic Holy Family Hospital and Orphanage in Jerusalem adjacent to the Vatican flag. The Israelis fired on the statue at close range. It was not an accident. It was an act of hatred reflecting a traditional Jewish hospitality to Christian sites and relics in the Holy Land. (Inset, the Virgin’s face.)The Ugly History of Jewish Desecration of Many Christian Sites in the Holy Land
As early as December 1955, not long after the institution of the Jewish state of Israel, Father Leonard Feeney, a Boston-based Roman Catholic clergyman, compiled the following list of Christian churches and other institutions that had been attacked or otherwise destroyed by the newly-ensconced Jewish occupation regime in the Holy Land.
In assembling this shocking list — which would come as a complete surprise to modern-day Christians who believe that Israel has been a good friend to Christians in the Holy Land — Father Feeney noted that his list did not include the loss in lives and property suffered by the nearly one million Arabs (Christian and Muslim alike) who had been evicted from their ancient homes during the then-seven years since Jews had seized power over Palestine. And, needless to say, since Feeney first compiled the list, there have been many more examples of such Jewish attacks. The clergyman’s summary of Jewish destruction of Christian sites follows….
The Jews have defiled and destroyed the following Church buildings: the Church of Saint John the Baptist at Am Karim; the Church of the Beatitudes at Capharnaum; the Church of Mensa Christi on the shores of the Sea of Galilee; the Church of Saint Peter at Tiberias; the Cenacle (the place ofthe Last Supper) at Jerusalem; the Convent of Mary Reparatrix at Jerusalem; the Convent and Hospice of Notre Dame at Jerusalem; the Convent of the Sisters of Saint Ann at Haifa; the Franciscan Convent at Tiberias; the Patriarchal Seminary at Beit-Jala, the Salesian houses at Cremisan; the Sisters’ Convent at Am Karim; the School of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Sion at Katamon; the Sisters’ residence at Capharnaum; and the church and rectory at Ikret. Catholic authorities have estimated that the Jews have destroyed Church property in the Holy Land at the rate of more than two million dollars’ worth a year. To enumerate only French Catholic institutions, they have demolished four hospitals, 16 dispensaries, two hospices, four seminaries, 32 schools and orphanages, and seven retreat houses.
Among the countless other desecrations we might mention, none is more heart-rending than that of Jerusalem’s Church of the Dormition — the magnificent Romanesque shrine to the Mother of God which was pillaged by Israeli soldiers and then turned into a Jewish dance hall for the young men and women of Haganah. It was only after a hundred such incidents that the Apostolic Delegate, Archbishop Hughes, unequivocally charged that there is now in operation a « deliberate Jewish effort to decimate the Arabs and to destroy Christianity in Palestine. »
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AS DR. ISRAEL SHAHAK, AN EMINENT ISRAELI DISSIDENT, made clear in his monumental study, Jewish History, Jewish Religion, Israel’s deep-rooted racism — and religious fanaticism — has played a major part in its policies toward non-Jews inside Israel and in the occupied lands and its outlook toward the world as a whole. And because of Israel’s willingness to utilize its nuclear « Sampson Option » — effectively blowing up the world in the course of an act of national suicide — the existence of lsrael’s massive nuclear arsenal is good cause for concern, precisely because of Israel’s underlying institutional racism. This excerpt from Michael Collins Piper’s book, The Golem, explores Shahak’s disturbing revelations.
By Michael Collins Piper
Those who strive to be fair and open-minded toward other faiths, particularly in the discussion of the Middle East conflict, are often heard to proclaim « Zionism is Not Judaism, » referring to the fact that there are some Jewish sects that do indeed reject Zionism, and which (at least for now) question the need for the entity we know as Israel.
However, the fact remains that Israel, as now constituted, is a Jewish state, one that has notoriously imposed second-class status on its Arab citizens and carried out hellish policies against Arabs — Christian and Muslim alike — in the occupied territories. There is a wealth of documentation on this and this point need not here be elaborated. upon.
What many people do not realize — even many critics of Israel, if truth be told — is that the reasons for these policies against the Arabs have much more to do with religion and racism than they do with politics. The late Dr. Israel Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion is an eye-opening study of the teachings of Jewish Orthodoxy, examining how that little understood persuasion — very powerful, in its original form, in Israel today (and not only among the Orthodox Jews) — impacts upon both Israeli domestic and foreign policy and upon the Israeli view of non-Jewish peoples worldwide.
Although the American mass media is rife with horror stories of purported Muslim hostility to Christians and Jews alike, the fact — as documented by Israel Shahak — of Jewish religious and racial hostility to all non-Jews is never discussed. Repeat: it is never discussed.
A most uncomfortable work for Christians — who would like to believe that Orthodox Judaism is some sort of friendly grand-uncle to the Christian faith and for Jews who would have Americans, in particular, believe that Israel is some exotic modem-day Biblical manifestation and a model for the civilized world to pattern itself upon — Dr. Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion established the Israeli dissident in the minds of free-thinkers as a forthright expositor of the historical circumstances — and of the religious and philosophical mindset — that together guide Israel and its ruling elite today. In that volume, Shahak wrote:
Shahak candidly described the nature of the hostility toward non-Jews that is found in Jewish religious teachings:
Commenting upon the fact that many Christian people in the West had discovered the virulent anti-Christian teachings in the Talmud, Shahak described how Jewish leaders sought to « revise » the Talmud in order that future Christians who sought to study the Talmud would effectively be fooled by such revisions:
However, in Czarist Russia, Shahak noted, the newly-inserted euphemisms for non-Jews were recognized immediately for precisely what they were.
Yet, for the consumption of the Jews themselves, Shahak pointed out, the Talmudic scholars provided guidelines so that students of the Talmud (and Jews in general) could understand the new « code » words:
Shahak wrote of the great Jewish scholar Moses Maimonides whose Guide to the Perplexed is, as Shahak noted, « justly considered to be the greatest work of Jewish religious philosophy and is widely read and used even today. » In fact, as Shahak revealed, Maimonides was intensely racist, in the classic modem-day sense of the word: that is, the iconic Jewish figure, a major authority on the Talmud, was, as Shahak put it: « an anti-Black racist. » Shahak wrote:
Pathetic images such as these — of innocent children butchered by the Israeli military (which calls itself the « most moral » military force on the entire planet) — are seldom displayed to the American people by the pro-Israel media in the United States. These children were killed in northern Gaza, Palestine.
Noting this, Shahak asks: « Now, what does one do with such a passage in a most important and necessary work of Judaism? Face the truth and its consequences? God forbid! Admit (as so many Christian scholars, for example, have done in similar circumstances) that a very important Jewish authority held also rabid anti-Black views, and by this admission make an attempt at self-education in real humanity? Perish the thought. » Commenting on the inflammatory nature of these writings from the pen of an esteemed Talmudic scholar, Shahak added:
Shahak also noted the irony, as he put it, that « There is yet another misconception about Judaism which is particularly common among Christians or people heavily influenced by Christian tradition and culture. This is the misleading idea that Judaism is a ‘biblical religion’; that the Old Testament has in Judaism the same central place and legal authority which the Bible has for Protestant or even Catholic Christianity. »
Nothing, he said, could be further from the truth, and this, he understood, would come as a great surprise to many Christians who have lent their support to Israel, believing Judaism (and Israel) to have risen from the same principles of the Christian faith predominant in America today.
Shahak underscored the nature of Talmudic teachings vis-a-vis non-Jews, pointing out that the Talmud declares: « A Jew who murders a Gentile is guilty only of a sin against the laws of Heaven, not punishable by a court. To cause indirectly the death of a Gentile is no sin at all. »
Should anyone doubt this is the philosophy of Israel, as a state, Shahak pointed out that the chief chaplain of the Central Region Command of the Israeli Army wrote in a religious booklet for distribution to Israeli soldiers that:
(The Halakha-referenced above — is the legal system of classical Judaism, based primarily on the Babylonian Talmud, and is maintained to this day in the form of Orthodox Judaism which is a powerful force in Israel. The earliest code of Talmudic law is the Mishneh Torah, written by the aforementioned Moses Maimonides in the late 12th century.)
In light of all of this — and much more — Shahak recognized that organized Jewish groups and Jewish leaders, particularly in the United States and the West, understand — as they should — that non-Jews might find offense in such teachings and that « Under present circumstances they cannot openly express these attitudes toward non-Jews in the USA where non-Jews constitute more than 97 percent of the population. » Shahak said Jews (and Israelis) must recognize the underlying racism of their ethnic and Israeli national psyche: « Although the struggle against antisemitism (and of all other forms of racism) should never cease, the struggle against Jewish chauvinism and exclusivism, which must include a critique of classical Judaism, is now of equal or greater importance … Without fear or favor, we must speak out against what belongs to our own past …. »
Jesus drives the money changers from the Temple, an overtly political act against the plutocrats of his day, that played a major role in the conspiracy to see him handed over to the Romans for his ultimate destruction — his assassination, if you will. Jesus in the Talmud (hardback, 210 pages, #TAL) is available from First Amendment Books in Washington, D.C. for $25. No S&H in U.S. Call toll free 1-888-699-NEWS to charge to major credit cards.Talmud Spews Hatred of Christ, Christians
Scattered throughout the Talmud, the founding document of rabbinic Judaism in late antiquity, can be found quite a few references to Jesus — and they’re not flattering. The Talmudic stories make fun of Jesus’ birth from a virgin, fervently contest his claim to be the Messiah and Son of God, and maintain that he was rightfully executed as a blasphemer and idolater. They subvert the Christian idea of Jesus’ resurrection and insist he got the punishment he deserved in hell — and that a similar fate awaits his followers.
Were you shocked by these claims? Did you consider what you’ve read to be « rank anti-Semitism » or « vicious hatred »? Well, if you did, then you’ve just applied those labels to words taken directly from the promotional and introductory material on the flyleaf of a new book — Jesus in the Talmud — by a distinguished scholar, Dr. Peter Schafer, Director of the Program in Judaic Studies at Princeton University and professor of Judaic studies in a chair endowed by billionaire American Jewish philanthropist Ronald O. Perelman, a long-time generous patron of Jewish causes. And the publisher of the book is no less than the Princeton University Press, which has never been accused as a purveyor of anti-Semitic literature.
Schafer himself is highly regarded in the academic world and widely-published in the arenas of Jewish religious and historical literature. So now comes Shafer with a 210-page book which affirms — beyond question — that longtime Christian and Muslim critics of the Talmud were right when they said that the Talmud does teach filthy and hateful things about Christ. Muslims and Christians have been offended for thousands of years by those hateful teachings and — indeed, let it be said — one of the primary causes of anti-Jewish attitudes throughout history has been the negative reaction to the Talmud’s anti-Christ rantings.
Yet, ironically, although Judaism’s holiest book has devoted itself to smearing Christ, his beloved mother, Mary, and all of Christ’s teachings, the mass media in America never mentions this fact when discussing the causes of anti-Semitism. In fact-quite distinctly-the media prefers to focus on alleged anti-Jewish notations in the Christian New Testament and in the Islamic Koran (which, sadly unbeknownst to many Christians, holds Jesus Christ in high regard, very much in contrast to the Talmud).
For years, Jewish groups screamed when anyone dared to openly discuss the vile nature of much of what appears in the Talmud, which is the Jewish religious code (Judaism’s governing body of religious and ethical standards) about which most non-Jews have no understanding.
Many Christians mistakenly believe the myth that the Old Testament is as central to Judaism as it is the origins of Christianity, when, in fact, nothing could be further from the truth. The Talmud and other mystical works (unknown to Christians) are considered far more important in the eyes of Jewish scholars.
Now with Dr. Schafer’s book, there’s « mainstream » proof defenders of the Talmud have been dissembling. This fascinating (and disturbing) book is « must » reading for those who dare to delve into the controversial arena of political Zionism and who want to be armed with factual evidence regarding the weird world of the Talmud. But be warned: if you are a committed Christian, you may be deeply offended by the disgusting comments about Christ that appear in Judaism’s holiest writings.
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