Never mind about Al-Qaeda, or any of the so called “evil Muslim threats” Israel keeps pushing on the world. No the REAL threat is much closer, hidden away right under your noses. It’s time to look closer to home, especially for Americans, especially for all those Christian Zionist Americans with their collective heads up the arse of Israeli Zionists. It’s not the Muslims who want to kill you, it’s your pals instead. Finally the truth comes out for all to see. They want to kill us all and believe they have the right to do so, dictated by their twisted Zionist farce of a religion, of course:
Jews have the right to kill non-Jews in just about any circumstance, quoting Rabbi Yitzhak Shapiro, who heads the illegal Yitzhar settlement's Od Yosef Chai yeshiva.Witness the Re-birth of Hitler or what? Hey, now don’t you be talking bad about Israel or you die. Pardon me, but this sounds like a threat to any and all humans beings who speak out regarding Israel’s actions. If I were a journalist I’d file suit against this asshat for making threats on my life. Same goes for bloggers or any other speakers who criticize Israel. Perhaps we should all take a worldwide class action suit against the Settlers and the Israeli government for encouraging them via their “hands off” approach? More from the minds of insane people:
"If we kill a gentile who has sinned or has violated one of the seven commandments... there is nothing wrong with the murder," Shapiro wrote, according to Hebrew-language Israeli newspaper Maariv on Monday.
His new book, The King's Torah, Shapiro justifies the slaying of "non-Jews who demand the land for themselves," and for, among other transgressions, "hostile blasphemy."
"Those who, by speech, weaken our sovereignty" – deserve to die, the book explains. "It is permissable... even if they are not responsible for the threatening situation."
According to Maariv, the book is a manifesto, "230 pages, no less, on the laws of the killing of gentiles, a guide to deciding whether and when it is permissible to take the life of non-Jews."Oh and by the way, America has a gang of these followers operating inside America, and they do nothing about it, even though their American Leader has been convicted of bombings inside America, go figure.......more:
Shapiro and his followers began selling the guide at Saturday's memorial in Jerusalem for Rabbi Meir Kahane.
Shapiro based the majority of his teachings on passages quoted from the Bible, to which he adds his opinions and beliefs. Several prominent rabbis, including Rabbi Yithak Ginzburg and Rabbi Yaakov Yosef, have recommended the book to their students and followersThink they would spare little Christian babies and children, sorry, nope, nada:
The book includes a chapter titled, "Intentional Harm to Innocent People." The book explains that it is permissible to kill civilians in other nations if the population "helps a murderer of Jews... Any case in which the life of the civilian endangers Israel - it is allowed to kill a gentile."
"The permit also applies when the persecutor is threatening to kill indirectly rather than directly," Shapiro wrote. "If the civilian is aiding fighters it is permissible to kill. Anyone who helps the army and the wicked in any way strengthens pursuers."
He added, "Citizens [of the enemy nation] contribute to the war... So any citizen who supports the war or the fighters or expresses satisfaction with their deeds - the killing is permitted. And those who, by speech, weaken our sovereignty."
Even babies and children are fair targets, "if it is clear they will grow up to harm us," the rabbi wrote. "If hurting an evil king's children will pressure him to stop acting maliciously - you can hurt them," Maariv reported, quoting the book.Don’t believe they are talking about Christians? Think again and read this:
However, the book does not mention Palestinians or Arabs "even by implication," Maariv pointed out, explaining that the author clearly meant to discuss the killing of gentiles as a theoretical concept rather than in the context of the region's politics. The newspaper noted that Shapiro was "careful not to explicitly encourage private individuals to take the law into their own hands."Hey Mike Huckabee and all you Christians who support Zionists and settlers, how do you feel about your buddies now?
Shapiro's book touched on the topic of revenge, as well.
"To defeat the wicked one should be vengeful, tit for tat," he wrote. "Revenge is a necessity... and sometimes doing savage things intended to create a true balance of terror." source