Saturday 9 December 2023

Book justifies killing non-Jews

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Jerusalem Post, 2009:

A new book provides justification for killing non-Jews

Israel's Zionists have a history of killing Christian Americans, and then blaming non-Zionists?

The most shocking items from the book -

Jewish license to kill innocent children in battle situations in which their presence endangers Jewish lives;

or if there is concern that young children will grow to become mortal enemies of Jews

'The King's Torah: Laws of Life and Death between Jews and the Nations'

'Torat Hamelech: Dinei Nefashot Bein Yisrael Le'Amim'

its two authors-

Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira, student of Chabad Rabbi Yitzhak Ginzberg
Rabbi Yosef Elitzur, son of Rabbi Michael Hershkovitz

Rabbi Yosef Elitzur

The subject of killing gentiles, and more specifically Palestinians as part of ongoing (false flag) terrorism, is particularly relevant for students at the yeshiva (Jewish college), who have served, are presently serving or plan on serving in the IDF

The book has received the support of Kiryat Arba-Hebron Chief Rabbi Dov Lior, Rabbi Ya'acov Yosef, son of Shas Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, and Chabad Rabbi Ginzberg

Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, a highly respected legal authority in both haredi and religious Zionist circles, wrote an endorsement that appeared in the book

In a chapter titled "Attacking The Innocent" book authors Shapira and Elitzur say that the main brunt of the war effort should be against those with an intent to kill but even someone who merely belongs to the nation of the enemy is considered an enemy. The authors also advocate revenge attacks. Shapira and Elitzur also argue that individuals can make the decision to kill gentiles on their own.

The authors advocate the killing of young children if it is foreseeable that these children will grow up to be enemies of Jews. "There is an argument for killing the very young if it is clear that they will grow up to hurt us [Jews]. And in this situation the attack should be directed at them and not just indirectly while attacking adults," write Shapira and Elitzur.

'Britain Denies Entry To Racist Rabbi - 

The U.K. Border Agency is prohibiting fundamentalist Rabbi Yosef Elitzur, co-author of the controversial book "The King's Torah" ("Torat Hamelech" ), from entering Britain.'

Photo of book author Rabbi Shapira with quote

Photo of book author Rabbi Elitzur


At 10 December 2023 at 03:16 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

An eye for an eye, a preventive killing spree for a racist Jewish-inspired killing spree....


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