Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Military Rabbi Urged Troops to Show No Mercy in Gaza

Yes, in Israel's eyes. it's an "US vs. Them" world. Us being the ones chosen by their god, the Jews as the Master Race and them being the rest of us, the Gentiles or the GOYIM. And us GOYIM are thought of by Jews as being no more than beasts of burden, to be used and abused until that day you get treated like some cow in one of those Rabbi blessed, Kosher approved Agriprocessor plants.

Muslims have known that fact for decades, especially the Palestinians. Americans are slowly finding out with the continued looting of Wall Street by various Tribe members who are stealing so much it's turning Main Street into a Ghost Town at the same time, our sons and daughters are being shipped to the ME and south Asia to fight a series of never ending wars for Israel.

But what did you expect, GOY?

Israel is actually a theocracy and not a democracy, since they DON'T have a Constitution and let Rabbis shape the law, it's not surprising some nut case side-curled maniac would issue in print what a lot of Israeli's think.
That the Chief Rabbi for the IDF called for "no mercy to be shown to Gentiles" puts the Gazan Massacre in the proper perspective, that of the blood thirsty religion known as Judaism waging war against the non-Jews of the world.

You should've read some of the comments to articles in the JPost when the IDF was raining hell down on Gaza.

Most all were happy that Palestinians were being killed and more than a few wanted the IDF to pick up the pace.

I'm sure FOX and CNN will cover this story, in between the latest on Tom Cruise and digging up some sordid murder mystery.

Military Rabbi Urged Troops to Show No Mercy in Gaza

"Israeli human rights group Yesh Din is calling for the ouster of the military’s top rabbi, Brigadier General Avichai Rontzki over his messages to soldiers during the 22-day military offensive in the Gaza Strip. The primary concern was a booklet which, among other things, contained a rabbinical edict against showing mercy.

The booklet contains quotes from a nationalist rabbi which declares that showing mercy during the battle would be “terribly immoral” and quotes a medieval sage who cautioned Jews not to “be enticed by the folly of the Gentiles who have mercy for the cruel.” Yesh Din says the booklet could have been seen by soldiers as official encouragement to act in violation of international law… an important issue as the Israeli government scrambles to defend itself against accusations of massive war crimes during the war.

Another pamphlet told troops that the civilian population of the Gaza Strip was not innocent, and urges them to “spare your lives and the lives of your friends and not to show concern for a population that surrounds us and harms us.

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