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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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“A Holocaust for Ishmael” by Dr. William L. Pierce ACCORDING to the Old Testament story, Ishmael was the son of the proto-Hebrew Abraham by his Egyptian concubine Hagar. Abraham later had a son, or so he claimed, by his Hebrew wife Sarah, when he was 100 years old. This second son, Isaac,…
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by Savitri Devi (pictured) JEWISH “racism” has been much discussed. And the doctrine of the “chosen people” is often regarded as an expression of this “racism.” Yet in reality the Jews of Antiquity (I mean, of course, orthodox Jews) believed that membership…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Obviously, Marcion’s variation on Christianity is no more true than the established versions. But equally obviously, it will be many, many decades before the Semitic cult vanishes entirely — so it may be in our best interest to see that Marcion’s less-Jewish…
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