Archive for the ‘Christians’ Category

Chief Rabbinate of Counterfiet Israel Conducting Inquisition Against Crypto-Christians

July 10, 2009

This is the true dark age. Read of the Pope’s recent cordial visit with the Chief Rabbinate HERE.

Rabbinate Confronted With 60 Missionary Converts

by Hillel Fendel -Arutz Sheva

July 7, 2009

(IsraelNN.com) The Chief Rabbinate has been given a list of more than 60 recent converts to Judaism who continue to believe in Jesus – and are active missionaries.

Rabbi Shalom Dov Lifshitz, chairman and founder of the anti-missionary and anti-assimilation Yad L’Achim organization, met in recent days with Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar and provided him with the list. Rabbi Amar was reportedly “shocked” at seeing that the Chief Rabbinate had authorized the conversions.

An immediate solution was found for the future, however. Rabbi Lifshitz presented Rabbi Amar with a list of 17 questions that should be asked of any prospective convert. Under the assumption that the missionaries will either not lie straight out, or that the specific questions will help detect the lies, it is hoped that missionaries will be spotted and weeded out from the conversion rolls.

Yad L’Achim had prepared the list of names, ID numbers and addresses of more than 60 people who were active in missionary groups before, during and after their long conversion process to Judaism. The “converts” were then accepted as members of religious communities, and their children were accepted into religious schools.

The meeting between the two rabbis was held in advance of the anticipated Aliyah [immigration to Israel] of many Bnei Menashe members to Israel, amongst whom it is suspected are a significant number of missionaries. The questions to be asked of them will enable weeding them out while resulting in the legitimization of the conversion of the remaining members.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/132271

Also see: On The Contrary: The Bastard epithet in Talmudic Judaism

Chief Rabbinate of Counterfiet Israel Conducting Inquisition Against Crypto-Christians

July 10, 2009

This is the true dark age. Read of the Pope’s recent cordial visit with the Chief Rabbinate HERE.

Rabbinate Confronted With 60 Missionary Converts

by Hillel Fendel -Arutz Sheva

July 7, 2009

(IsraelNN.com) The Chief Rabbinate has been given a list of more than 60 recent converts to Judaism who continue to believe in Jesus – and are active missionaries.

Rabbi Shalom Dov Lifshitz, chairman and founder of the anti-missionary and anti-assimilation Yad L’Achim organization, met in recent days with Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar and provided him with the list. Rabbi Amar was reportedly “shocked” at seeing that the Chief Rabbinate had authorized the conversions.

An immediate solution was found for the future, however. Rabbi Lifshitz presented Rabbi Amar with a list of 17 questions that should be asked of any prospective convert. Under the assumption that the missionaries will either not lie straight out, or that the specific questions will help detect the lies, it is hoped that missionaries will be spotted and weeded out from the conversion rolls.

Yad L’Achim had prepared the list of names, ID numbers and addresses of more than 60 people who were active in missionary groups before, during and after their long conversion process to Judaism. The “converts” were then accepted as members of religious communities, and their children were accepted into religious schools.

The meeting between the two rabbis was held in advance of the anticipated Aliyah [immigration to Israel] of many Bnei Menashe members to Israel, amongst whom it is suspected are a significant number of missionaries. The questions to be asked of them will enable weeding them out while resulting in the legitimization of the conversion of the remaining members.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/132271

Also see: On The Contrary: The Bastard epithet in Talmudic Judaism

Ethnic Ashkenazim Against Zionist Israel: Dr Jim West: Maybe They Would Like to be Spit On Too…

December 1, 2008

Ethnic Ashkenazim Against Zionist Israel: Dr Jim West: Maybe They Would Like to be Spit On Too…

This links to a brief article on a topic which thankfully is getting a bit more exposure, that being the practice of spitting at Christians and crosses worn around their necks common among Orthodox Judaics in the Zionist state.

For more on this and similar centuries-old traditions of Orthodox Judaism intended to humiliate Christians and desecrate and curse Christian churches and symbols see: Reckless Rites, by Elliot Horowitz, Jewish History Jewish Religion, by Israel Shahak and Judaism Discovered, by Michael A. Hoffman.

Ethnic Ashkenazim Against Zionist Israel: Dr Jim West: Maybe They Would Like to be Spit On Too…

December 1, 2008

Ethnic Ashkenazim Against Zionist Israel: Dr Jim West: Maybe They Would Like to be Spit On Too…

This links to a brief article on a topic which thankfully is getting a bit more exposure, that being the practice of spitting at Christians and crosses worn around their necks common among Orthodox Judaics in the Zionist state.

For more on this and similar centuries-old traditions of Orthodox Judaism intended to humiliate Christians and desecrate and curse Christian churches and symbols see: Reckless Rites, by Elliot Horowitz, Jewish History Jewish Religion, by Israel Shahak and Judaism Discovered, by Michael A. Hoffman.

"Israel’s" Crypto-Christian Problem Prompts Inquistion

March 19, 2007

EDITOR’S NOTE: I first became aware of this phenomenon in Michael Hoffman’s pamphlet, The Role of the Merchants of Venom from 2003. I must say, I do sometimes marvel at the inverted nature of this dark age where heretics against Judaic dogmas are thrown into dungeons and crypto-Christians are infiltrating “Israel.”

That’s right. This article doesn’t go so far as to say so, but the Russian non-Jews addressed in this article are largely Christians masquerading as “Jews” in hopes of making a better life for themselves in “Israel” while maintaining their Christian beliefs in secret.

“The new Russian immigrants to the Israeli State who are now doing their two year tour of duty in the IDF (Israeli Army), as part of their citizenship requirement, have long been rumored to be Christians, since they continually ask passing Christian priests for blessings as the priests move through the checkpoints. I also witnessed this firsthand.” (The Role of the Merchants of Venom, Michael A. Hoffman, pg.3)

Verification Council for Israel’s Russian Jewry

by Hillel Fendel

(IsraelNN.com) At least 25% of registered Jewish immigrants from Russia are not Jewish – leading to the formation of a council to verify Jewishness.

Approximately one million new immigrants have arrived in Israel from the former Soviet Union since 1990. Interior Ministry statistics indicate that of them, 290,000 are not Jewish.

However, Russian Aliyah experts tell a different story. Some of them say that of the million new Israelis, more than half of them – up to 550,000 – are not Jewish. This means that over a quarter-million of the 710,000 who are listed as Jews by Israel’s Interior Ministry are actually not Jewish. Others say that the numbers are not that high, but that as many as 25% of those listed as Jews are actually not.

The problem has hit even the hareidi-religious communities. For instance, an outwardly-religious family living in a hareidi city for over 12 years was found to be not Jewish; when they were found out, they quickly converted to Judaism. In another case, of eight immigrants from Russia in a prestigious religious high school senior class, two were found to be not Jewish.

The source of the problem is apparently a well-oiled apparatus that forges papers on a very high-quality level, fooling rabbis both in Russia and Israel.

Based on findings such as the above, a project has been started to verify the Jewishness of immigrants from the former Soviet Union. Zalman Gilechinsky, who immigrated to Israel in 1989, is the founder and head of a body known as the World Council for the Verification of Jewishness of Immigrants from the former Soviet Union. The council, which makes it checks based on documents, ancestry, and personal interviews, has the blessing of rabbis from various streams of Orthodox Judaism.

Gilechinsky, who immigrated to Israel from Kishinev, told Arutz-7, “Up until 1990, there were practically no verifications of Jewishness, not by the Jewish Agency nor Netiv [the “Russian Desk” of Israel’s Foreign Ministry]. 1990 was, in fact, the year in which the most Russian Jews came to Israel – some 200,000 – so that year is therefore the most suspect. By the end of that year, they started checking… I myself came in ’89, and underwent a check myself – twice – as did my wife.”

Gilechinsky said that his group is consulted by many religious councils around Israel. “Though we are more stringent, in a sense, we have helped many who were rejected – or given no answer – by other bodies… We are also faster; we can come up with an answer in a week, as opposed to two months that are bodies sometimes take.”

Unfortunately, Gilechinsky says, he has found that Judaism is not such an important value for some non-religious Jews: “Many mixed Israeli-Russian couples come to us, hoping to prove that the Russian side is Jewish so that they can marry here in Israel. When I ask the secular Israeli partner what he or she would do if it turns out that the Russian is not Jewish, in many cases I hear that they would marry anyway…”

In addition to maintaining order and truthfulness in the Jewish People, the council’s verification work provides another benefit: “When someone who knows nothing about his Jewishness comes to us and finds that his mother was Jewish, and his mother’s mother was Jewish, etc. etc., it provides a strengthening of his Jewish identity – and he comes away with a heightened sense of pride, and often, a desire to learn more about his Jewishness.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/121877

Also see: Big Trouble for Zionists: Russians are Infiltrating “Israel”

"Israel’s" Crypto-Christian Problem Prompts Inquistion

March 19, 2007

EDITOR’S NOTE: I first became aware of this phenomenon in Michael Hoffman’s pamphlet, The Role of the Merchants of Venom from 2003. I must say, I do sometimes marvel at the inverted nature of this dark age where heretics against Judaic dogmas are thrown into dungeons and crypto-Christians are infiltrating “Israel.”

That’s right. This article doesn’t go so far as to say so, but the Russian non-Jews addressed in this article are largely Christians masquerading as “Jews” in hopes of making a better life for themselves in “Israel” while maintaining their Christian beliefs in secret.

“The new Russian immigrants to the Israeli State who are now doing their two year tour of duty in the IDF (Israeli Army), as part of their citizenship requirement, have long been rumored to be Christians, since they continually ask passing Christian priests for blessings as the priests move through the checkpoints. I also witnessed this firsthand.” (The Role of the Merchants of Venom, Michael A. Hoffman, pg.3)

Verification Council for Israel’s Russian Jewry

by Hillel Fendel

(IsraelNN.com) At least 25% of registered Jewish immigrants from Russia are not Jewish – leading to the formation of a council to verify Jewishness.

Approximately one million new immigrants have arrived in Israel from the former Soviet Union since 1990. Interior Ministry statistics indicate that of them, 290,000 are not Jewish.

However, Russian Aliyah experts tell a different story. Some of them say that of the million new Israelis, more than half of them – up to 550,000 – are not Jewish. This means that over a quarter-million of the 710,000 who are listed as Jews by Israel’s Interior Ministry are actually not Jewish. Others say that the numbers are not that high, but that as many as 25% of those listed as Jews are actually not.

The problem has hit even the hareidi-religious communities. For instance, an outwardly-religious family living in a hareidi city for over 12 years was found to be not Jewish; when they were found out, they quickly converted to Judaism. In another case, of eight immigrants from Russia in a prestigious religious high school senior class, two were found to be not Jewish.

The source of the problem is apparently a well-oiled apparatus that forges papers on a very high-quality level, fooling rabbis both in Russia and Israel.

Based on findings such as the above, a project has been started to verify the Jewishness of immigrants from the former Soviet Union. Zalman Gilechinsky, who immigrated to Israel in 1989, is the founder and head of a body known as the World Council for the Verification of Jewishness of Immigrants from the former Soviet Union. The council, which makes it checks based on documents, ancestry, and personal interviews, has the blessing of rabbis from various streams of Orthodox Judaism.

Gilechinsky, who immigrated to Israel from Kishinev, told Arutz-7, “Up until 1990, there were practically no verifications of Jewishness, not by the Jewish Agency nor Netiv [the “Russian Desk” of Israel’s Foreign Ministry]. 1990 was, in fact, the year in which the most Russian Jews came to Israel – some 200,000 – so that year is therefore the most suspect. By the end of that year, they started checking… I myself came in ’89, and underwent a check myself – twice – as did my wife.”

Gilechinsky said that his group is consulted by many religious councils around Israel. “Though we are more stringent, in a sense, we have helped many who were rejected – or given no answer – by other bodies… We are also faster; we can come up with an answer in a week, as opposed to two months that are bodies sometimes take.”

Unfortunately, Gilechinsky says, he has found that Judaism is not such an important value for some non-religious Jews: “Many mixed Israeli-Russian couples come to us, hoping to prove that the Russian side is Jewish so that they can marry here in Israel. When I ask the secular Israeli partner what he or she would do if it turns out that the Russian is not Jewish, in many cases I hear that they would marry anyway…”

In addition to maintaining order and truthfulness in the Jewish People, the council’s verification work provides another benefit: “When someone who knows nothing about his Jewishness comes to us and finds that his mother was Jewish, and his mother’s mother was Jewish, etc. etc., it provides a strengthening of his Jewish identity – and he comes away with a heightened sense of pride, and often, a desire to learn more about his Jewishness.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/121877

Also see: Big Trouble for Zionists: Russians are Infiltrating “Israel”