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Cherishing special relations with God, the Jews have to nurture special relations with the Christians

Yes, Christians did not treat the Jews nicely or fairly in the historic past. We the Jews remember the calamities of our Christian-led expulsion from many countries such as Spain, Portugal, England, and France. We remember our Christian-led pogroms in the Tsarist Russia. We have survived all those calamities with the hope that someday theContinue reading “Cherishing special relations with God, the Jews have to nurture special relations with the Christians”

We cannot mitigate the force of antisemitism if we wrongly define its roots

Recently I have addressed this subject in a post “The rabbi is wrong on the roots of anti-Semitism”. However, the newly revealed acts of anti-Semitism in Europe moved me to address this subject again. From the news media: Writing in The Telegraph on 3rd May, the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis addresses the problem of anti-Semitism onContinue reading “We cannot mitigate the force of antisemitism if we wrongly define its roots”

The rabbi is wrong on the roots of anti-Semitism

To understand both the true nature of anti-Semitism and how to fight it, we have to get back to the Torah-based essence of Jewish mission of the Chosen. In the era of the politically correct equality of everything and everybody, we are trying to leave this subject to the history or to the internal JewishContinue reading “The rabbi is wrong on the roots of anti-Semitism”

Radicalized? Not at all – European Muslims live normal “radical” Quran-guided life

From the UK news media: Police said that a Scottish Muslim shopkeeper was murdered by a fellow Muslim hours after he posted a message on Facebook professing love for Christians and for Jesus and wishing them a happy Easter. From the Canadian news media: What do Algeria, America, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Britain, Burkina Faso,Continue reading “Radicalized? Not at all – European Muslims live normal “radical” Quran-guided life”

Questions for Israel’s Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef

From the Israeli news media: Israel’s Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef said that non-Jews should not live in the Land of Israel if they do not abide by a set of seven laws mandated by Judaism.  “According to Jewish law, gentiles should not live in the Land of Israel,” Yosef said Saturday in a sermon.Continue reading “Questions for Israel’s Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef”

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