Nov 20, 2014

Jew Killing, A Long Tradition

In response to the synagogue killings in Jerusalem, the media has been speculating about a religious war. I'm not sure where those reporters have been for the last 3,000 years, but killing Jews is a historical sport. Almost every language even has special words for the ritual. For many centuries before the Holocaust, killing Jews was called a pogrom. In 1929, the Jews of Hebron were massacred. Yes Dorothy, there were Jews living there long before Israel was created in 1948. There's even a long tradition of killing Jews in their synagogues. Twenty two Jews were murdered in an Istanbul Synagogue in 1986.

What's new is that Jews in Israel are capable of shooting back, capable of defending themselves. Although the world is used to dead Jews, they don't like Jews who fight back. For Israel's audacity to defend itself, it is called racist, apartheid and even nazi. Fortunately for Israel, it doesn't allow those insults to deter them from defending themselves.


Anonymous said...

People have been killing each other in the name of their 'god' for as long as people have been believing in a 'god', and it's not going to change until people all wise up and stop believing in imaginary sky beings.

Dreaming of Justice said...

Anon- are you suggesting even remotely that the Holocaust was *caused* by religious beliefs? Because that is simply foolish.

Anonymous said...

I'm sick and tired of the anti-God extremist freaks.

America WAS founded on Judeo-Christian principles, end of story.

So, either get over that fact or move to Socialist Europe or wherever floats your anti-religion boat.

Anonymous said...

Too bad the words and deeds of our founders don't support that claim. In any event, what you call judeo-Christian principles were all stolen from the moral and ethical codes of ancient Greece and Rome. More people came to this country to escape religion than to spread it. You should move to a theocracy, like Saudi Arabia, where you would feel more at home.

michael molovinsky said...

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