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Pope: "We Need to Work Together" with Scheming, ‘Noahide Law’ Coercing, Land-Grabber Rabbi Shlomo RiskinJanuary 30, 2011
“Maimonides legislates that it is incumbent upon the Jewish people even to coerce the rest of the world if necessary to accept the Noahide laws (Mishneh Torah , Laws of Kings 8,10) … we certainly must proselytize every human being to keep those seven laws.” (Rabbi Shlomo Riskin)
Rabbi Visits Benedict XVI
Pope: “We Need to Work Together”
VATICAN CITY, JAN. 13, 2011 (Zenit.org).- A [Brooklyn] New-York born rabbi who is the chancellor of [an alleged] Jewish-Christian cooperation group in [counterfeit] Israel met with Benedict XVI after Wednesday’s general audience.
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, chief rabbi of [the illegal] Efrat [“Jewish” “settlement” in the Palestinian] West Bank, met with the Pope and briefed him on the work of the [so-called] Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) [which receives extraordinary funding from ‘Christian’ Evengelicals which is used towards the religious Zionist project].
“We are taking Your Holiness’ call to stand in solidarity with our Christian brothers and sisters in Israel and advocating on their behalf,” Riskin said, according to a CJCUC statement. He [deceptively] told the Holy Father that the group is looking for ways to alleviate Christians’ poverty in Israel and to foster dialogue on issues of faith.
Benedict XVI responded that “we need to work together,” the statement informed.
A rabbi, Tzvee Zahavy, who operates under the guise of a scholar, has written a comment on a text thought to be a lost section of St. John Chrysostom’s Homilies on the Jews:
Kevin at biblicalia has posted the Ending of Second Oration Against the Jews: Roger Pearse [weblog HERE] has posted and released to public domain a translation of the until recently missing ending of the Second Oration Against the Jews by St John Chrysostom [HERE].”
The text from the “Silver[sic] Tongued” orator (died 407 CE) contains such gems as, “Now then, let me strip down for the fight against the Jews themselves, so that the victory may be more glorious—so that you will learn that they are abominable and lawless and murderous and enemies of God. For there is no evidence of wickedness I can proclaim that is equal to this.”
We can only reiterate that scholarship aside, it is always hurtful for us to revisit how far back Christian antisemitism goes and what grave and unfathomable damage it has done to our ancestors.
What Rabbi Zahavy (evident in his censorship tactics) does not want discussed is the fact that the great sages of his religion, rabbinic Judaism, have taught hatred that has no parallel in the Christian canon and that many of these teachings originate centuries before the golden-tongued Church Doctor, St. John Chrysostom, when Christians were a fledgling minority persecuted by the synagogues. The great Rabbi Zahavy is well aware of the genocidal, racial-supremacist dictums of the great sage of rabbinic Judaism, Shimon ben Yohai, the Birkat ha-Minim and other hateful teachings of the rabbis which date to the 1st century A.D. But he doesn’t want the am-haaretz discussing those those things because they interfere with the illusion he attempts to create of rabbinic Judaism as blameless, ultimate good and opposition to it as ultimate evil and insanity.
It seems to me that if Rabbi Zahavy is due sympathy for hurt caused by the writings of St. John Chrysostom which he suggests he experiences as he plays golf, writes, forms young minds at prestigious American universities and relaxes in the comfort of his New Jersey abode, then the Palestinians of Gaza are due at least as much sympathy for the hurt they experience as their homes are destroyed and their family members are killed by Israeli soldiers ever more informed by the hateful teachings of the sages of Rabbi Zahavy’s religion, rabbinic Judaism.
Isn’t there a double standard at work here? Can it be that rabbinic Judaism is not an enlightened tradition; that it cannot withstand the same scrutiny commonly meted out to Christianity and Islam? Is that why the rabbi expects that his criticism of Christianity stand unchallenged? I have taken the time to study the matter and I believe the answer is yes.
It takes a special kind of Pharisaic chutzpah for a representative of the hateful religion of rabbinic Judaism to smugly attack the Christian Fathers as hateful, but Rabbi Zahavy has it, and he seems able to persuade others to go his way, and I doubt it is by means of reason. But this will change, and indeed, it is changing. The internet is not Rabbi Zahavy’s classroom.
Hypocrite! (Matthew 6:2, Matthew 6:5, Matthew 6:16, Matthew 15:7, Matthew 22:18, Matthew 23:13, Matthew 23:14, Matthew 23:15, Matthew 23:23, Matthew 23:25, Matthew 23:27, Matthew 23:29, Matthew 24:51, Luke 13:15)
Rebranding the country without addressing the conflict is just plain stupid … Unfortunately, Israeli governments tend to deal with this type of policy dead end by escalating the conflict or going to war.
Let history record that Pope Benedict XVI played the lead role in the futile effort to gloss over Israeli barbarity.
Recent establishment news reports of Moldovan Christians “smashing” and “dumping” a menorah are lies in keeping with the ‘Holocaust’ legend which blackens all East European Christians as frothing-at-the-mouth ‘Jew’-haters. Watch video of the event and decide for yourself if the menorah was “smashed with hammers and iron bars,” as the Associated Press claimed HERE, or “dumped” as the European Jewish Press claims HERE and the ADL claims HERE, or whether it was gently moved to another location, disassembled and replaced by a cross stood in a pipe that was driven into the ground.
I think that the objective viewer will see that this was a symbolic event, not at all the violent mob scene that the establishment press and Judaic power organizations want us to believe it to be.
Meanwhile, during the same week in Jerusalem, the Cenacle at the site of the Last Supper was urinated on and sprayed with graffiti saying “death to Christians” and “we killed Jesus,” HERE and HERE and an Orthodox cathedral was vandalized and sprayed with Hebrew graffiti HERE. None of these acts were reported in the American press or by the ADL.
Let this be yet another reference point for all claims of “anti-semitism” which come to us from the same establishment media and Judaic power organizations. Their word is no good.
Catholic students create Holocaust memorial exhibit
Jordan J. Hay – Jewish Tribune
Wednesday, 22 July 2009
TORONTO – A group of about 100 students from Toronto’s Neil McNeil Catholic Secondary School created a Holocaust memorial exhibit in school this year. The project, conceived and administered by Art and English teacher Mary Capin, consists of original artwork and poetry by students aged 14-18.
Capin, who studied Holocaust studies at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, feels educating students on the Holocaust is vital, “because they don’t always know.”
All of Capin’s students participated over a three-week period, either by creating a piece of mixed-media art inspired by actual Holocaust-era photographs or by composing a poem inspired by their classmate’s artwork. The one-day exhibit was held in the McNeil gymnasium.
“They were very focused on this; they took it very seriously. I told them, ‘This is not to be rushed; this is an important assignment,’” said Capin.
The display was divided into seven time-sequenced sections – Boycott of Jewish Businesses, Nuremberg Race Laws, Labelling, Ghettos, Deportation, Concentration Camps and The Final Solution – with each depicting works showcasing student’s perspectives of each category.
Capin believes similar projects should be mandatory in all school systems, citing the importance of teaching non-violence and tolerance to youth.
“They’ve become desensitized to violence; it’s disturbing. They lose the sense of humanity and human connection,” said Capin.
“These kids are being moved by it; a lot of them didn’t know,” she added.
While the exhibit is no longer on display, Capin hopes to find it a permanent home and to present the works during Holocaust Education Week in November.