Archive for the ‘Shlomo Amar’ Category

Chief Rabbis’ Race War Tract Repackaged for Judeo-Churchgoers as "Pro-Life" Message

December 31, 2009

The Chief Rabbis of Counterfeit Israel have recently distributed a tract to all Israeli rabbis instructing them to teach Israeli Judaic couples to have more children and less abortions. The Jerusalem Post:

Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi Metzger told The Jerusalem Post that it was important to encourage fertility and discourage abortions, in part, to fight a demographic war. “I am sorry to say that our enemies are multiplying … Rabbis have a role in encouraging their communities to have children and to discourage abortions. It is the best weapon against our enemies,” Metzger said. (“Rabbis: Abortion will delay the redemption,” Jerusalem Post, Matthew Wagner, Dec 29, 2009)

This story was repackaged for “righteous Gentile” consumption–with the above quoted key to understanding the essence of the matter wiped from the record–and distributed to Judeo-Churchgoer outfits, for example, HERE, and HERE.

The poor souls who read the “righteous Gentile” version of the story will likely come away believing that the rabbis are against abortion, which is false (see Judaism Discovered pp. 878-885), and that the rabbis champion the rights of all unborn babies, whether they be of Israeli or, say, Palestinian parentage, which is delusional.

This is a case of rabbinic situation ethics. The rabbis are faced with the stark reality that Israeli death-culture produces far fewer children than Palestinian culture (which we are supposed to believe is the death culture). The Palestinian birth rate is greatly outpacing the Israeli birth rate in “the only Democracy in the Middle East.” Once there is a Palestinian majority in the Zionist state, even the pretense of Democracy will be disposed of. There is no chance of true democratic representation for Palestinians in “The ‘Jewish’ State.” So, given the Israeli demographics reality, the rabbis, who in ‘the diaspora’ are at-the-ready with their halakhic loopholes for abortion, suddenly must rule against abortion–Judaic abortion, that is. There is no principle that the rabbis won’t circumvented when “the times require it” HERE, and HERE. Such is the fluid nature of rabbinic Judaism.

The reality of how “enemy” babies are regarded in the Israeli state:

Dead Palestinian babies and bombed mosques – IDF fashion 2009

Israeli government funding rabbi whose book endorses killing babies

There is nothing pro-life about the rabbis of Counterfeit Israel.

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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

Rabbis’ Wrath

July 7, 2009

Read of the lying, racism, double-standards, corruption, injustice, violence and mercilessness of the bishops’ elder brothers in the faith and the religion of their faith in a recent Jerusalem Post article:

Rabbi’s Wrath by Matthew Wagner

Rabbis’ Wrath

July 7, 2009

Read of the lying, racism, double-standards, corruption, injustice, violence and mercilessness of the bishops’ elder brothers in the faith and the religion of their faith in a recent Jerusalem Post article:

Rabbi’s Wrath by Matthew Wagner

Benedict Praises "Noahide Law" Commission

May 12, 2009
Benedict XVI with Pharisee David Rosen and Chief Rabbis Shlomo Amar, and Yona Metzger at “Heichal Shlomo”

In a meeting with the Chief Rabbis of “Israel” at “Heichal Shlomo” (meaning “Solomon’s Temple”) on May 12, 2009 Benedict XVI, inter alia, sang high praises for the joint Vatican – Chief Rabbinate commission which on March 20, 2007 issued a document which fraudulently claimed a biblical basis for the talmudic “Noahide Laws.”

see:

Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws

A great source of satisfaction for me since the beginning of my pontificate has been the fruit yielded by the ongoing dialogue between the Delegation of the Holy See’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel’s Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church. I wish to thank the members of both delegations for their dedication and hard work in implementing this initiative, so earnestly desired by my esteemed predecessor Pope John Paul II, as he said during the Great Jubilee Year of 2000.

Our encounter today is a most fitting occasion to give thanks to the Almighty for the many blessings which have accompanied the dialogue conducted by the Bilateral Commission, and to look forward with expectation to its future sessions …

As the Declaration Nostra Aetate makes clear, the Church continues to value the spiritual patrimony common to Christians and Jews and desires an ever deeper mutual understanding and respect through biblical and theological studies as well as fraternal dialogues. May the seven Bilateral Commission meetings which have already taken place between the Holy See and the Chief Rabbinate stand as evidence! I am thus grateful for your reciprocal assurance that the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Chief Rabbinate will continue to grow in respect and understanding in the future … (Benedict XVI address to Chief Rabbinate of “Israel” at Heichal Shlomo, Jerusalem, May 12, 2009)

http://www.zenit.org/rssenglish-25872

also see:

Benedict’s Elder Brother, Israeli Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger Calls For Religious/Ethnic Cleansing

Papal Rabbi-Knight David Rosen Wants to Change What Christians Believe About the Pharisees

Benedict Praises "Noahide Law" Commission

May 12, 2009
Benedict XVI with Pharisee David Rosen and Chief Rabbis Shlomo Amar, and Yona Metzger at “Heichal Shlomo”

In a meeting with the Chief Rabbis of “Israel” at “Heichal Shlomo” (meaning “Solomon’s Temple”) on May 12, 2009 Benedict XVI, inter alia, sang high praises for the joint Vatican – Chief Rabbinate commission which on March 20, 2007 issued a document which fraudulently claimed a biblical basis for the talmudic “Noahide Laws.”

see:

Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws

A great source of satisfaction for me since the beginning of my pontificate has been the fruit yielded by the ongoing dialogue between the Delegation of the Holy See’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel’s Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church. I wish to thank the members of both delegations for their dedication and hard work in implementing this initiative, so earnestly desired by my esteemed predecessor Pope John Paul II, as he said during the Great Jubilee Year of 2000.

Our encounter today is a most fitting occasion to give thanks to the Almighty for the many blessings which have accompanied the dialogue conducted by the Bilateral Commission, and to look forward with expectation to its future sessions …

As the Declaration Nostra Aetate makes clear, the Church continues to value the spiritual patrimony common to Christians and Jews and desires an ever deeper mutual understanding and respect through biblical and theological studies as well as fraternal dialogues. May the seven Bilateral Commission meetings which have already taken place between the Holy See and the Chief Rabbinate stand as evidence! I am thus grateful for your reciprocal assurance that the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Chief Rabbinate will continue to grow in respect and understanding in the future … (Benedict XVI address to Chief Rabbinate of “Israel” at Heichal Shlomo, Jerusalem, May 12, 2009)

http://www.zenit.org/rssenglish-25872

also see:

Benedict’s Elder Brother, Israeli Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger Calls For Religious/Ethnic Cleansing

Papal Rabbi-Knight David Rosen Wants to Change What Christians Believe About the Pharisees

Benedict Praises "Noahide Law" Commission

May 12, 2009
Benedict XVI with Pharisee David Rosen and Chief Rabbis Shlomo Amar, and Yona Metzger at “Heichal Shlomo”

In a meeting with the Chief Rabbis of “Israel” at “Heichal Shlomo” (meaning “Solomon’s Temple”) on May 12, 2009 Benedict XVI, inter alia, sang high praises for the joint Vatican – Chief Rabbinate commission which on March 20, 2007 issued a document which fraudulently claimed a biblical basis for the talmudic “Noahide Laws.”

see:

Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws

A great source of satisfaction for me since the beginning of my pontificate has been the fruit yielded by the ongoing dialogue between the Delegation of the Holy See’s Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel’s Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church. I wish to thank the members of both delegations for their dedication and hard work in implementing this initiative, so earnestly desired by my esteemed predecessor Pope John Paul II, as he said during the Great Jubilee Year of 2000.

Our encounter today is a most fitting occasion to give thanks to the Almighty for the many blessings which have accompanied the dialogue conducted by the Bilateral Commission, and to look forward with expectation to its future sessions …

As the Declaration Nostra Aetate makes clear, the Church continues to value the spiritual patrimony common to Christians and Jews and desires an ever deeper mutual understanding and respect through biblical and theological studies as well as fraternal dialogues. May the seven Bilateral Commission meetings which have already taken place between the Holy See and the Chief Rabbinate stand as evidence! I am thus grateful for your reciprocal assurance that the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Chief Rabbinate will continue to grow in respect and understanding in the future … (Benedict XVI address to Chief Rabbinate of “Israel” at Heichal Shlomo, Jerusalem, May 12, 2009)

http://www.zenit.org/rssenglish-25872

also see:

Benedict’s Elder Brother, Israeli Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger Calls For Religious/Ethnic Cleansing

Papal Rabbi-Knight David Rosen Wants to Change What Christians Believe About the Pharisees