Saturday, June 2, 2007


Shortly before Israeli occupation soldiers murdered in cold blood two Gaza children , who apparently were searching for scrap metal to sell for a few cents in order to help feed their impoverished families, the former Chief rabbi of Israel, Mordechai Elyahu, urged the Israeli army and government to use the “Nazi choice” against Palestinians.

“If they don’t stop after we kill 100, then we must kill a thousand,” said Shmuel Elyahu, the son of Mordechai Elyahu, quoting his father. “And if they do not stop after 1,000, then we must kill 10,000. If they still don’t stop we must kill 100,000, even a million. Whatever it takes to make them stop.”

Mordechai, considered one of the most knowledgeable Talmudic sages in Israel, said it was forbidden to risk the lives of Jews for fear of injuring and killing Palestinian civilians.

Last year, when some peace-minded Israeli activists visited Hebron and sought to erase graffiti reading “Arabs to the Oven” scrawled outside the settler compound of Abraham Avino, local settlers ganged up on the activists, calling them “Nazis, Arab lovers, and whores” as pro-settler policemen and soldiers looked on rather passively. One particularly nasty settler woman, the wife of a rabbi, shouted at one female activist, saying “How many Arabs did you sleep with today?”

Zionists? Nazi's? Zionists? Nazi's? No longer is there a difference, if indeed there ever was a scintilla of difference between the Nazi's and the Zionists. A former chief rabbi of Israel is urging the IOF to use the "NAZI CHOICE" against the hapless Palestinians.

Further more he stated that it was forbidden for Jews to risk their lives of fellow Jews in this speeded up genocide of the Palestinians.

What kind of gruesome, horrific monster has this Zionist regime become? Think Rabbi Mordechai answered that question himself when he urged Israel to become like the Nazi's.

1 comment:

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