Talmud Study now Mandatory in South Korea

I recall hearing reports of this in 2005 from a person teaching English to schoolchildren in South Korea. This person also said that The Diary of Anne Frank is required reading in South Korean schools. The evangelists of double-standard ‘Noahidism’ in the East are primarily Chabad.

I suspect that much of this is based in awe and suspicious beliefs about Judaic power and wealth. Having nearly non-existant Judaic populations and little practical experience to base an informed opinion on, these people aren’t learning real Talmud any more than ‘Madonna’ is. They’re learning the P.R. version of Talmud intended for ‘Noahide’ consumption. The Palestinian people have much practical experience with actualized ‘wisdom of the Talmud.’

As I understand, Judaism and Zionism are not as highly regarded in Japan.

see:

Talmud Study now Mandatory in South Korea

Also see:

China (re)Discovers the Business Wisdom of the Talmud

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2 Responses to “Talmud Study now Mandatory in South Korea”

  1. The Black Rabbit of Inlé Says:

    Mr. Pinay

    I thought you might be interested in this photo of of Cardinal Shehan with Zachariah Shuster.

    http://fotos.fotoflexer.com/c8013f37ed10f6e00c17a3bd089fd261.jpg

    Lifted from this book:

    http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=MYHmbLAm_csC&lpg=PA248&ots=UMPjfPlX6K&dq=Cardinal%20Shehan%20%20Zachariah%20Shuster&pg=PA248#v=onepage&q=Cardinal%20Shehan%20%20Zachariah%20Shuster&f=false

  2. Maurice Pinay Says:

    Thank you for that. “Spiritual Radical” is an important book. I've referenced it numerous times here.

    Thank you for your invaluable work at your blog.

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