"Elder Brother" Rabbi Eliyahu: "One yeshiva boy is worth more than the lives of 1,000 Arabs"

“Elder Brother” and former Sephardic Chief Rabbi of “Israel” Mordechai Eliyahu explains proportion as the Talmud has it:

“Even when we seek revenge, it is important to make one thing clear – the life of one yeshiva boy is worth more than the lives of 1,000 Arabs.

“The Talmud states that if gentiles rob Israel of silver they will pay it back in gold, and all that is taken will be paid back in folds, but in cases like these there is nothing to pay back, since as I said – the life of one yeshiva boy is worth more than the lives of 1,000 Arabs.” (“Rabbi Eliyahu: Life of one yeshiva boy worth more than 1,000 Arabs,” Kobi Nahshoni, Ynet, April 3, 2008)

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3527410,00.html

An eye for an eye? The rabbis have no use for that Biblical stuff. That’s what the Old Testament says. It’s the Talmud that the rabbis draw their racist, genocidal teachings lacking any sense of proportion from, as Rabbi Eliyahu demonstrates so clearly.

This is the religion of the “elder brothers in the faith” whom Benedict says Christians must be “reconciled” with. What he is attempting to bring about can only be seen as a diabolical conjunction of opposites.

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2 Responses to “"Elder Brother" Rabbi Eliyahu: "One yeshiva boy is worth more than the lives of 1,000 Arabs"”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    From the same story:

    “Former Sephardi chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu called on the government to decree that for every life lost in the attack another yeshiva and township will be formed.”

    This is what I feared, that acts of direct murder or suicide bombings against “Judaic” targets displease God and only tighten the vise against moderate Muslims and Christians. I pray for the conversion of the Jews to the rightful Messiah, and the defeat of this evil Zionist State.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    No supremacist spirit in the Talmud?

    When a Chaldean Catholic bishop was brutally murdered, we prayed for the conversion of the Muslims and for the persecuted church.

    We did not call for retaliation to prove that one Christian “is worth more than the lives of 1,000 Arabs.”

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