Rabbi: It Is Moral for Jews to Kill Civilians and Children

Hello I'm Schteven the RabbiBut we should have “zero tolerance” for Palestinian rock-throwers

by Rabbi Manis Friedman
Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies
St. Paul, Minnesota

I DON’T believe in Western morality (i.e. don’t kill civilians or children, don’t destroy holy sites, don’t fight during holiday seasons, don’t bomb cemeteries, don’t shoot until they shoot first because it is immoral).

The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way: Destroy their holy sites. Kill men, women, and children (and cattle).

The first Israeli prime minister who declares that he will follow the Old Testament will finally bring peace to the Middle East.

First, the Arabs will stop using children as shields. Second, they will stop taking hostages knowing that we will not be intimidated. Third, with their holy sites destroyed, they will stop believing that G-d is on their side. Result: no civilian casualties, no children in the line of fire, no false sense of righteousness — in fact, no war.

Zero tolerance for stone throwing, for rockets, for kidnapping will mean that the state has achieved sovereignty. Living by Torah values will make us a light unto the nations, who suffer defeat because of a disastrous morality of human invention.

(The rabbi later issued a statement claiming that his words referred only to peoples with whom the Jews were at war.)

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Source: Moment

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  1. Heinemann
    12 March, 2015 at 9:22 pm — Reply

    Should one presume to correct the holy man , a real Pharisee with the ancient of days beard? But his arrogant indifference to the ignorance common to his disciples demands the pen itself to reply.
    He is speaking not to his disciples but all christias, who pretends that peace is a virtue , alluding to his conviction disbelieving all western morality.

    He intimates the prophesy that peace will not come assuming it is desirable until the “old Testament” is followed by an anointed King (Prime Minister). This implies: when all Israel’s enemies are dead!

    But this man of peace, Friedmann , lays on one’s heart the Israel desire for peace during times documented in the Torah and prophets. Like today , peace was as elusive as their deity himself and as alien .

    WHen there were no belligerent indigenous peoples , by nature and race hostile to them or they were confronted with the conundrum of peace then the Jew or Judeans and Israel would war with each other.

    Since I am alive in this world dominated by the same people of venerable Old Testament epoch there has never been peace, foreign nor domestic, only war or rumours of war. In other words, Old Testament false prophets in high places.

    He talks about peace condescending to is naïve audience. Even the best “old Testament” King of Judea, Usija , after he had restored the law , a metaphor for peace, unexplainably attacked the King of Egypt and was slain.

    There was no provocation nor threat from Egypt and Necho , the King of Egypt reluctantly defended against this vainglorious KIng of Judea.

    Peace is something , that is beyond the Old Testament. Jesus of Nazareth was called , the Prince of Peace. This is New Testament.

    If you visit “Christian” churches in America today one finds them infatuated with Israel and they emulate the old testament.
    Truly, peace is as foreign and remote to them as their Heaven. And they all agree war is divine. Their god glorifies it.

    When shall there be peace ? When there is No More Old Testament!

  2. Travon Martinberg
    17 December, 2017 at 11:07 pm — Reply

    “The only way to fight a moral war is the Jewish way”, as long as the US taxpayer provides the funding.

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