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Judaism

Essays

A writer attempts an objective view by Peter Goodchild REGARDING Judaism, I would offer that silly old expression, “Some of my best friends are Jews.” And some of my other best friends are Muslim. Though these are special situations. One of my mother’s best friends, long ago, was…
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News

Judaism “requires” separate Jews-only prayer room, synagogue, and Torah scroll storage area — common chapel with other faiths is unacceptable; local Jews worried that special privileges won’t be continued at new prison complex GRATERFORD PRISON is to be replaced…
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Essays

by Professor Arthur R. Butz, acclaimed author of The Hoax of the Twentieth Century THE STORY of the impostor “Binjamin Wilkomirski” has been generally well known for almost two years, but new revelations were coming out as late as last fall. I think there are some aspects of it that deserve added…
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News

New Jersey: the aggressive Jewish takeover continues A CROWDED CITY like nothing New Jersey has ever seen is rising over this once sleepy Ocean County township, and its neighbors are on edge. In adjacent Toms River, those tensions started in late 2014 when bearded men in wide hats began knocking on…
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Essays

by William B. Fox (pictured) HOW HAS Jewish influence shaped religion in our civilization? Does it matter if such influence is deliberate or merely instinctive? If you want an informed answer to these questions, here are some resources to consider: Sir Edward Gibbon on Christianity: The 18th-century…
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Reports

A Jewish soldier can do whatever he wants to “satisfy the evil urge in his soul” — including rape — if it helps advance the Jews’ success in war, according to this rabbi. AN ISRAELI RABBI, Colonel Eyal Qarim of the Israeli Military Rabbinate (pictured), has stated it…
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Reports

Growing “Noahide” movement among former Christians proves Semitic religion is a form of mental and spiritual suicide for many of our people A MAN with a brambly salt-and-pepper beard, a kippah on his head, and circular glasses balanced on his nose stood behind a podium, lecturing on the…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I THINK I HAVE a greater sympathy for Christianity than my readers imagine, for I not only recognize it as a belief that was for a long time part of our civilization and produced such splendid monuments as the great cathedrals, but I also regard it as having been a consolation and boon…
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NewsReports

EDITOR’S NOTE: Among the passages of the “New Testament” that are not outright fantasy or fabrication are some lines that simply give background information on the daily lives of Jews, Whites, and others in those times. This Jewish scholar’s work shows us that, in the…
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Essays

by Mark Weber MANY CRITICS of Israel and its policies make a sharp distinction between Israel and its state ideology, Zionism, on the one hand, and Judaism, or the Jewish religious tradition and outlook, on the other. Anti-Zionist groups, with names such as “Jewish Voice for Peace” or “Jews for…
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