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Bombs would fall under other circumstances, but when influential rabbis call for the total annihilation of the Palestinians the world watches without blinking

 

Saleh Al-Naami, Al-Ahram Weekly

 

April 10, 2008

 

"All of the Palestinians must be killed; men, women, infants, and even their beasts." This was the religious opinion issued one week ago by Rabbi Yisrael Rosen, director of the Tsomet Institute, a long-established religious institute attended by students and soldiers in the israeli settlements of the West Bank. In an article published by numerous religious israeli newspapers two weeks ago and run by the liberal Haaretz on 26 March, Rosen asserted that there is evidence in the Torah to justify this stand.

 

Most of those authorised to issue Jewish religious opinions support the view of Rabbi Rosen, as confirmed by Haaretz newspaper. At the head of those supporting his opinion is Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu, the leading religious authority in israel's religious national current, and former chief Eastern rabbi for israel. Rosen's opinion also has the support of Rabbi Dov Lior, president of the Council of Rabbis of Judea and Samaria (the West Bank), and Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, the chief rabbi of Safed and a candidate for the post of chief rabbi of israel. A number of political leaders in israel have also shown enthusiasm for the opinion, including Ori Lubiansky, head of the Jerusalem municipality.

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:sl: dear muslims

 

These days, only a Radical Imam will get into trouble, If you're anything else and radical, it's A-OK.

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as a nation, these people will never get along well with any other humans, even if their country was in predominantly christian south america as originally suggested.

 

wassalam,

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Cave of the Patriarchs Massacre

 

At 5:30 am February 25, 1994 an israeli settler wearing a military uniform, Baruch Goldstein, a well-known Kach leader and a physician from Kiryat Arba settlement in Hebron, entered the Ibrahimi Masjid and emptied two clips of a machinegun into Moslem worshippers during the dawn prayer. Initial casualty figures are unconfirmed because the Hebron area is under curfew and injured people have been transferred to more than six hospitals in the area. At least 48 were killed in the initial shooting (received by hospitals and confirmed by name), but estimates are that between 50 and 60 Palestinians may have been killed. More than 300 are injured. Some of them were critically injured by the high-velocity ammunition.

 

A shortage of blood and intensive care facilities, as well as the time delays of transporting injured, is expected to contribute to a high death rate among the critical casualties. Many of the dead and injured were from the same families; they were shot as their heads were bent in prayer, said eyewitnesses. Soldiers used tear gas and guarded the entrance of the Masjid after they heard gunfire, which contributed to the difficulty of evacuating the dead and injured. Some eyewitnesses reported that israeli soldiers took part in the shooting afterward.

 

Goldstein, an immigrant from New York and a major in the israeli army, is said to have died inside the Masjid, but it is not clear if he killed himself or was killed in the melee after opening fire.

 

Residents of Hebron continued to rush to hospitals and clinics to donate blood and medicine. Most of the bandages and first aid supplies have been used up. It is estimated that there are 250 injured. Clashes continue around the hospital areas surrounded by soldiers between the army and residents. At 10 AM Friday morning, a Palestinian from Badran family was shot dead by soldiers near Ahli Hospital in Hebron. Tens of others were injured. Hospital sources say that most of the injuries are from high velocity bullets.

 

KILLED IN IBRAHIMI Masjid, February 25:

 

1. Abdel Rahim Abu Sneineh

2. Abdul Haq Jabari

3. Ahmad Abdullah Abu Sneineh

4. Akram Kafisheh

5. Akram Joulani

6. Ala' Badr Abdul Jalil Taha Abu Sneineh

7. Amjad Abdallah Sandal

8. Arafat Musa Burkan

9. Arafat Mahmoud Bayid

10. Atiyeh Mohammad Salameh

11. Ayed Abu Hadid

12. Ayman Ayoub Qawasmi

13. Diab Karaki

14. Diab Muhtasab

15. Fawaz Zughair

16. Hamad Abu Nijmeh

17. Hatem Qader Fakhouri

18. Ismail Kafisheh (shot in head)

19. Iyad Karaki

20. Jamil Ayed Natsheh

21. Kamal Jamal Kafisheh

22. Khairi Aref Abu Hadid

23. Khaled Halaweh Abu Sneineh

24. Kifah Abdul Mu'az Marakeh

25. Marwan Abu Shareh

26. Marwan Mutluk Abu Nijmeh

27. Mohammed Sadeq Abu Zanoun

28. Nader Zahdi

29. Nimer Mohanmmad Nimer Mojahed

30. Nour Ibrahim Muhtasib

31. Raed Mohammed Natsheh

32. Raji Arafat Rajabi

33. Raji Gheith

34. Saber Katbeh

35. Salim Idris

36. Sufian Zahdeh

37. Suleiman Awad Jabari

38. Talal Dandis

39. Tareq Abu Sneineh

40. Tariq Abdeen

41. Wael Obeid Muhtasib

42. Walid Abu Hamdiyeh

43. Yasser Diab Kafisheh

44. Yazen Abdul Mu'ti Marakah

45. Yusef Hroub? (not confirmed)

46. Zeidan Jabber

47. Zein Gheith

48. Ziad Kafisheh

 

KILLED IN RELATED INCIDENTS AND PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS:

 

49. _____ Badran, shot by army in front of Ahli hospital, Hebron

50. Mohammed Yusef Ghayatheh, shot by settler near Beit Jala hospital

51. Mohammad Danaf, 20, Sheikh Radwan, Rafah/Gaza

52. Fadl Kernawi, 16, Bureij refugee camp/Gaza

53. Mohammad Yusef Abed Abdu, 20, Bureij refugee camp/Gaza

 

Makassed Hospital: At Makassed hospital, several hundred young men gathered at the emergency room entrance to facilitate the evacuation of injured from ambulances and cars and to wait for news of the dead and injured.

 

Makassed administration reported receiving six fatalities as of 10:30 a.m. Two injured died in hospital later in the day. Twenty-four gunshot injuries were admitted to Makassed hospital by 10:00 a.m., with more arriving from Hebron or transferred by other hospitals since then. Three were transferred to Ramallah hospital. All of those shot were injured by devastating high-velocity ammunition which splinters into shrapnel inside the body, causing extensive multiple injuries and massive hemmorhaging.

 

Four children, aged 7, 8, 9 and 14, were among the injured:

 

Muhanned Shaher Abu Hadid, 9, was shot in the mouth and is in intensive care;

Sari Awad Jabari, 8, was shot in the chest (brother was killed; another brother injured, status unknown);

Farhat Hussein Jabari, 7, shot in both legs;

Hamzi Arafat Deik, 14, was shot in the shoulder.

 

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The Ideology Behind Hebron Massacre

By Prof. israel Shahak

 

The ideology which inspired the killings is the same as that of the "Jewish Underground" of 1984. The members if this movement, who attempted to blow up the Masjids of the Temple Mount, were caught red-handed while fixing bombs, timed to explode exactly on the beginning of the Sabbath, to nine Arab buses, so as to avoid the killing of any pious Jew. Daniel Ben-Simon (Davar, 27 February) quotes,for the first time, the real aims of the "Jewish Underground", and compares them with the better known aims of Kahane.

 

While interrogating one "Jewish Underground" member, the Shin Bet were stunned by the downright Satanic idea underlying the plan to demolish the Masjids on the Temple Mount. As the man explained to his interrogators, "the demolition of these Masjids would have infuriated all the hundreds of millions of Muslims in the world. Their rage would inevitably have led to a war which in all likelihood would have escalated into a world war. In such a war the scale of casualties would be formidable enough to promote the process of Redemption of the Jews and the Land of israel. All the Muslims would by then disappear, which means that everything would be ready for the coming of the Messiah."

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At 5:30 am February 25, 1994 an israeli settler wearing a military uniform, Baruch Goldstein, a well-known Kach leader and a physician from Kiryat Arba settlement in Hebron, entered the Ibrahimi Masjid and emptied two clips of a machinegun into Moslem worshippers during the dawn prayer. Initial casualty figures are unconfirmed because the Hebron area is under curfew and injured people have been transferred to more than six hospitals in the area. At least 48 were killed in the initial shooting (received by hospitals and confirmed by name), but estimates are that between 50 and 60 Palestinians may have been killed. More than 300 are injured. Some of them were critically injured by the high-velocity ammunition.

 

A shortage of blood and intensive care facilities, as well as the time delays of transporting injured, is expected to contribute to a high death rate among the critical casualties. Many of the dead and injured were from the same families; they were shot as their heads were bent in prayer, said eyewitnesses. Soldiers used tear gas and guarded the entrance of the Masjid after they heard gunfire, which contributed to the difficulty of evacuating the dead and injured. Some eyewitnesses reported that soldiers took part in the shooting afterward.

 

Goldstein, an immigrant from New York and a major in the israeli army, is said to have died inside the Masjid, but it is not clear if he killed himself or was killed in the melee after opening fire.

 

Residents of Hebron continued to rush to hospitals and clinics to donate blood and medicine. Most of the bandages and first aid supplies have been used up. It is estimated that there are 250 injured. Clashes continue around the hospital areas surrounded by soldiers between the army and residents. At 10 AM Friday morning, a Palestinian from Badran family was shot dead by soldiers near Ahli Hospital in Hebron. Tens of others were injured. Hospital sources say that most of the injuries are from high velocity bullets.

 

KILLED IN IBRAHIMI Masjid, February 25:

 

1. Abdel Rahim Abu Sneineh

2. Abdul Haq Jabari

3. Ahmad Abdullah Abu Sneineh

4. Akram Kafisheh

5. Akram Joulani

6. Ala' Badr Abdul Jalil Taha Abu Sneineh

7. Amjad Abdallah Sandal

8. Arafat Musa Burkan

9. Arafat Mahmoud Bayid

10. Atiyeh Mohammad Salameh

11. Ayed Abu Hadid

12. Ayman Ayoub Qawasmi

13. Diab Karaki

14. Diab Muhtasab

15. Fawaz Zughair

16. Hamad Abu Nijmeh

17. Hatem Qader Fakhouri

18. Ismail Kafisheh (shot in head)

19. Iyad Karaki

20. Jamil Ayed Natsheh

21. Kamal Jamal Kafisheh

22. Khairi Aref Abu Hadid

23. Khaled Halaweh Abu Sneineh

24. Kifah Abdul Mu'az Marakeh

25. Marwan Abu Shareh

26. Marwan Mutluk Abu Nijmeh

27. Mohammed Sadeq Abu Zanoun

28. Nader Zahdi

29. Nimer Mohanmmad Nimer Mojahed

30. Nour Ibrahim Muhtasib

31. Raed Mohammed Natsheh

32. Raji Arafat Rajabi

33. Raji Gheith

34. Saber Katbeh

35. Salim Idris

36. Sufian Zahdeh

37. Suleiman Awad Jabari

38. Talal Dandis

39. Tareq Abu Sneineh

40. Tariq Abdeen

41. Wael Obeid Muhtasib

42. Walid Abu Hamdiyeh

43. Yasser Diab Kafisheh

44. Yazen Abdul Mu'ti Marakah

45. Yusef Hroub? (not confirmed)

46. Zeidan Jabber

47. Zein Gheith

48. Ziad Kafisheh

 

KILLED IN RELATED INCIDENTS AND PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS:

 

49. _____ Badran, shot by army in front of Ahli hospital, Hebron

50. Mohammed Yusef Ghayatheh, shot by settler near Beit Jala hospital

51. Mohammad Danaf, 20, Sheikh Radwan, Rafah/Gaza

52. Fadl Kernawi, 16, Bureij refugee camp/Gaza

53. Mohammad Yusef Abed Abdu, 20, Bureij refugee camp/Gaza

 

Makassed Hospital: At Makassed hospital, several hundred young men gathered at the emergency room entrance to facilitate the evacuation of injured from ambulances and cars and to wait for news of the dead and injured.

 

Makassed administration reported receiving six fatalities as of 10:30 a.m. Two injured died in hospital later in the day. Twenty-four gunshot injuries were admitted to Makassed hospital by 10:00 a.m., with more arriving from Hebron or transferred by other hospitals since then. Three were transferred to Ramallah hospital. All of those shot were injured by devastating high-velocity ammunition which splinters into shrapnel inside the body, causing extensive multiple injuries and massive hemmorhaging.

 

Four children, aged 7, 8, 9 and 14, were among the injured:

 

Muhanned Shaher Abu Hadid, 9, was shot in the mouth and is in intensive care;

Sari Awad Jabari, 8, was shot in the chest (brother was killed; another brother injured, status unknown);

Farhat Hussein Jabari, 7, shot in both legs;

Hamzi Arafat Deik, 14, was shot in the shoulder.

 

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Sadly these names are just statistics to some people

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Zionists are the worst terrorists for commending Cave of the Patriarchs Massacre

 

Well-known rabbis eulogized Goldstein and commended the murder. Rabbi israel Ariel, for example, said:

 

"The holy martyr, Baruch Goldstein, is from now on our intercessor in heaven. Goldstein did not act as an individual; he heard the cry of the land of israel, which is being stolen from us day after day by the Muslims. He acted to relieve that cry of the land!"

 

Toward the end of his eulogy Rabbi Ariel added: "The Jews will inherit the land not by any peace agreement but only by shedding blood." Ben-Shoshan Yeshu'a, a Jewish underground member, sentenced to life imprisonment for murder and amnestied after a few years spent under luxurious hotel conditions, lauded Goldstein and praised his action as an example for other Jews to follow.

 

In the days and weeks after the massacre, appreciation of Goldstein and his deed spread throughout the israeli religious community and among its supporters in the United States. The initial expressions of that appreciation may be most significant, because they were spontaneous and because they illustrated the influence, even beyond the messianic community, of an ideology that approved indiscriminate killing of Gentiles by Jews. Avirama Golan described in her February 28, 1994 Haaretz article how news about Goldstein on the day of the massacre became known in the overwhelmingly Haredi city of Bnei Brak and how the next day a religious Jewish crowd reacted with praise of Goldstein during a mass entertainment event. The massacre occurred on Purim, the festival during which religious Jews are merry and sometimes drink alcoholic beverages to the point of drunkenness.

 

On April 5, 1994, israeli radio reported that Rabbi Shimon Ben-Zion had distributed a leaflet among the Kiryat Arba and Hebron settlers requesting financial contributions for a book about "Saint Baruch Goldstein." On April 6, Yediot Ahronot published the text. The book refers to Goldstein as "Rabbi Doctor Baruch Goldstein of blessed memory, let the Lord avenge his blood." The Kiryat Arba municipal council backed the ideas of Ben-Zion.

 

About one year later the Kiryat Arba municipality obtained a permit from the Civil Administration of the Occupied Territories to build a large and sumptuous memorial on Goldstein's tomb, which has become a place of pilgrimage. Thousands of Jews from all israeli cities, and even more from the United States and France, have come to light candles and pray for the intercession of "holy saint and martyr," now in a special section of paradise close to God and able to obtain for them various benefits, such as cures for diseases from which they suffer, or to grant them male offspring. The visitors have donated money for Goldstein's comrades. No Orthodox rabbi has criticized this.

 

The book in praise of Goldstein, titled Blessed the Male, was published in 1995 and sold in many editions. Most of the readers were from the religious public. The book contained eulogies of Goldstein and halachic justifications for the right of every Jew to kill non-Jews. Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh, the then head of the Kever Yosef (tomb of Joseph) Yeshiva, located on the outskirts of Nablus, wrote one chapter of that book. The essence of Rabbi Ginsburgh's views were presented in Chapter 4. His and other such ideologies, even if expressed more cautiously, explain Goldstein's massacre, the considerable support Goldstein and later his followers have received from religious Jews and the ambiguous attitude of israeli governments to this crime.

 

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Conclusion: The corrupt immoral Zionists end up worshiping a mass murderer.

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Zionists are the worst terrorists for commending Cave of the Patriarchs Massacre

 

Well-known rabbis eulogized Goldstein and commended the murder. Rabbi israel Ariel, for example, said:

 

"The holy martyr, Baruch Goldstein, is from now on our intercessor in heaven. Goldstein did not act as an individual; he heard the cry of the land of israel, which is being stolen from us day after day by the Muslims. He acted to relieve that cry of the land!"

 

Toward the end of his eulogy Rabbi Ariel added: "The Jews will inherit the land not by any peace agreement but only by shedding blood." Ben-Shoshan Yeshu'a, a Jewish underground member, sentenced to life imprisonment for murder and amnestied after a few years spent under luxurious hotel conditions, lauded Goldstein and praised his action as an example for other Jews to follow.

 

In the days and weeks after the massacre, appreciation of Goldstein and his deed spread throughout the israeli religious community and among its supporters in the United States. The initial expressions of that appreciation may be most significant, because they were spontaneous and because they illustrated the influence, even beyond the messianic community, of an ideology that approved indiscriminate killing of Gentiles by Jews. Avirama Golan described in her February 28, 1994 Haaretz article how news about Goldstein on the day of the massacre became known in the overwhelmingly Haredi city of Bnei Brak and how the next day a religious Jewish crowd reacted with praise of Goldstein during a mass entertainment event. The massacre occurred on Purim, the festival during which religious Jews are merry and sometimes drink alcoholic beverages to the point of drunkenness.

 

On April 5, 1994, israeli radio reported that Rabbi Shimon Ben-Zion had distributed a leaflet among the Kiryat Arba and Hebron settlers requesting financial contributions for a book about "Saint Baruch Goldstein." On April 6, Yediot Ahronot published the text. The book refers to Goldstein as "Rabbi Doctor Baruch Goldstein of blessed memory, let the Lord avenge his blood." The Kiryat Arba municipal council backed the ideas of Ben-Zion.

 

About one year later the Kiryat Arba municipality obtained a permit from the Civil Administration of the Occupied Territories to build a large and sumptuous memorial on Goldstein's tomb, which has become a place of pilgrimage. Thousands of Jews from all israeli cities, and even more from the United States and France, have come to light candles and pray for the intercession of "holy saint and martyr," now in a special section of paradise close to God and able to obtain for them various benefits, such as cures for diseases from which they suffer, or to grant them male offspring. The visitors have donated money for Goldstein's comrades. No Orthodox rabbi has criticized this.

 

The book in praise of Goldstein, titled Blessed the Male, was published in 1995 and sold in many editions. Most of the readers were from the religious public. The book contained eulogies of Goldstein and halachic justifications for the right of every Jew to kill non-Jews. Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh, the then head of the Kever Yosef (tomb of Joseph) Yeshiva, located on the outskirts of Nablus, wrote one chapter of that book. The essence of Rabbi Ginsburgh's views were presented in Chapter 4. His and other such ideologies, even if expressed more cautiously, explain Goldstein's massacre, the considerable support Goldstein and later his followers have received from religious Jews and the ambiguous attitude of israeli governments to this crime.

 

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Conclusion: The corrupt immoral Zionists end up worshiping a mass murderer.

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