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"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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Full Name: Noman Zafar
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Chabad (Jewish)rabbi: ‘Destroy their holy sites. Kill men, women and children (and cattle)’

'The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way'

June 2, 2009
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The current issue of Moment magazine dedicates its "Ask the Rabbis" section to the question "How Should Jews Treat Their Arab Neighbors?"

Rabbis from various denominations offered responses, but it's the final one -- from a Chabad rabbi, Manis Friedman of the St. Paul-based Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies -- that is likely to spark the most reaction:

I don’t believe in western morality, i.e. don’t kill civilians or children, don’t destroy holy sites, don’t fight during holiday seasons, don’t bomb cemeteries, don’t shoot until they shoot first because it is immoral.

The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way: Destroy their holy sites. Kill men, women and children (and cattle).

The first Israeli prime minister who declares that he will follow the Old Testament will finally bring peace to the Middle East. ...

Click here
http://www.momentma g.com/Exclusive/ 2009/2009- 06/200906- Ask_Rabbis. html to read Friedman's full answer, as well as the other responses.

The editor of New Voices says... We told you so:

When we published Jeremy’s piece on Lubavitch rabbis on the radical fringe of the settler movement, we were accused of exaggerating their importance. We were told that they were marginal figures, outside of the influence of Lubavitch HQ in Crown Heights, and that few American Lubavitchers shared their extremism. Rabbi Friedman’s wacky-if-it- weren’t-scary comment in Moment should defuse some of that criticism. Friedman seems to be a fully integrated into the mainstream American Chabad movement. He was the Rebbe’s translator until 1990, he has almost 200 articles and videos up at chabad.org, the movement’s official propaganda arm, and his Minnesota women’s yeshiva is listed in the official online directory of Chabad outposts. His website is fancy and looks well-funded.
http://www.baischan a.org/

When I come across this sort of thing, I wonder at Chabad’s popularity among secular Jewish students. These aren’t just bad politics, they’re insane politics. At what point does the Chabad rabbi tell the prospective Ba’al Teshuva that he thinks that Israel should "destroy their holy sites"? Probably not at the first Shabbat dinner, right? Maybe after two Shabbat dinners, a "lunch and learn," and a Birthright trip through Mayanot? ..

http://www.ifameric ansonlyknew. com/
 Reply:   Cleric slams political use of Bible to steal Palestinian land
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"For Jews in general and especially for certain religious fundamentalists, the Bible is considered a sort of land register carving out Israel's borders," said Guy-Paul Noujaim, Maronite patriarchal vi
 

Cleric slams political use of Bible to steal Palestinian land

Lebanese prelate denounces those using Old Testament to justify denying rights of Palestinian people.
 
2008-10-15
Do fundamentalists believe in a loving Lord or a tyrant landlord?

 

VATICAN CITY - A Lebanese prelate Tuesday denounced before a synod of Vatican bishops those using the Bible [Old Testament] in Israel as a pretext to justify annexing Palestinian territories and denying the rights of the Palestinian people.

"For Jews in general and especially for certain religious fundamentalists, the Bible is considered a sort of land register carving out Israel's borders," said Guy-Paul Noujaim, Maronite patriarchal vicar for the diocese of Sarba, according to a transcript of his remarks distributed to the press.

Many Christians also "take to the letter" the idea of land promised by God to Israel, Noujaim said.

"Some persons take this literally, even today," Noujaim warned.

"Some among them claim the Palestinian people have no right to possess territory in Palestine," he told the synod, which is gathering between October 5-25.

Noujaim advised that: "Catholic hermeneutics on this must urgently be clarified, so that concerned believers may receive the Bible in its totality and in its truth."

Jews and Christians share a body of holy texts, which the Jews call the Torah and Christians the Old Testament.

Jews do not recognise Jesus as the Messiah and do not consider the New Testaments as divine or holy to them.

Seeing Jesus as a false Messiah, Jews are still awaiting the first coming of the Messiah.

http://www.middle- east-online. com/english/ ?id=28322


Jews knew from their books where the Messiah will come and what he will be like. That is the reason the Jews were in the arab lands, especially makkah and madinah. The Jews even used to say (when abused) to the abusers to wait until their messiah comes whome they are waiting for there. When the Prophet (salallahu alayhi wasalam) came, then they rejected him. Now when the Dajjal will come, then they will follow him.
 
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