Tag Archives: Goy

On Earth: You’re Either a Superior Jew OR an Inferior Gentile Anti-Semite (GAS)

Mohamed Khodr | Sabbah Report | Jan 22, 2013 “It is my considered opinion that the State of Israel is a racist state in the full meaning of this term: In this state people are discriminated against, in the most permanent and legal way and in the most important areas of life, only because of […]

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Jerusalem Post’s Self-Censorship Protects Leading Religious Leader, Cleanses Israeli Racism ~ by @Richards1052

Richard Silverstein | Tikun Olam | December 20, 2012 The lady–and the article–vanishes Mysterious censored Jerusalem Post article This post began the way a good number of them do: an enterprising Israeli noticed a newspaper article had been available online for an hour or a day or a year and then, all of a sudden, it […]

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Originally posted on Desertpeace:
* Rabbi Yitzhak Shapiro, who heads the Od Yosef Chai Yeshiva in the Yitzhar settlement, wrote in his book “The King’s Torah” that even babies and children can be killed if they pose a threat to the nation. Shapiro based the majority of his teachings on passages quoted from the Bible,…

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UK bans Israeli settler rabbi who called for killing of non-Jews | The Electronic Intifada

Asa Winstanley |The Electronic Intifada |London |15 August 2011 Is the UK government equating a respected Palestinian community leader with an extremist settler who advocates racism and mass killing of civilians? ( ActiveStills) Palestinian religious leader and rights activist Sheikh Raed Salah was arrested by the UK government in June, supposedly for “flouting” a ban on entering […]

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Easter in Palestine, Mocking Jesus and More

Apr-23-2011 19:02 | Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh Salem-News.com Israeli Chief Rabbi of Israel threatens the President of the United States. Courtesy: travel.gather.com (BETHLEHEM) – On Easter, Palestinian Christians and Muslims from the West Bank are still forbidden from entering Jerusalem (except holders of special permits, I am not one of those few). In Bethlehem, we still […]

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