Skip to comments.Ahmadinejad's friends - Lunatic Jews who visited Tehran must have dressed up as rabbis for Purim
Posted on 03/13/2006 11:21:10 AM PST by Hannah Senesh
Five crazy Jews traveled to Iran Monday to show support for another lunatic, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Apparently in honor of Purim, they dressed up as rabbis.
They shook hands with the madman of Tehran, in support not only of his calls to destroy Israel, but also of his frequent Holocaust denial.
If I hadn't read the words of this group of Neturei Karta folks myself, I would never have believed that a Jew, even an insane one, would have had the gumption to utter such frightening, libelous statements against his own brethren against the millions who were slaughtered by the Germans, simply because they were Jews, and against the all the women, children and elderly who choked to death in gas chambers or were shot at point-blank range into self-dug graves.
How could five extremists support Holocaust denial and completely close their eyes to the hundreds of thousands of Jews, haredim (ultra-Orthodox) like them, whose faith failed to save them?
Their claim that "the Zionists have manipulated the Holocaust" also doesn't hold, for the mere fact that Ahmadinejad claims the Holocaust was a fictitious invention of the Jews, intended to bribe the world. That is to say, by voicing their support, these clowns have lent their support to the opinion that the Holocaust never happened.
The group also claims that "What the Zionists are doing with the Holocaust angers the Arabs, who bear no guilt for the what the Europeans did to the Jewish people." But there is a fundamental contraction here: either there was no Holocaust, as Ahmadinejad says, or there was a Holocaust, but it is a European-Jewish issue that is unrelated to the Arabs. But what do fanatics care about logic?
Arabs and the Holocaust
And lest I remind here that there was, in fact, a connection between the Arabs and the Holocaust. As far as I know Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem, was both Arab and a fervent supporter of Adolf Hitler. He not only visited Hitler and spoke to him many times; he also established a unit of Arab volunteers to assist the S.S. in its work.
By the way, it's not only the Holocaust denier in Iran these lunatics support. They also support David Irving, the Briton who was recently sentenced to three years imprisonment for Holocaust denial.
In my opening paragraph I wrote that these men had dressed up as rabbis. I'll tell you why I think so: As a Jew, whose roots lead to Auschwitz and as a direct descendant of Rabbi Yonatan Eibschitz and Rabbi Shlomo Kliger, I simply refuse to believe that rabbis could act and speak in the manner of these Jewish Holocaust deniers.
Jewish history has known no shortage of vile lunatics such as these men. It has vomited all of them out.
"Five crazy Jews"
Well that is a phrase you don't see very often in a legitmate news source.
Crazy Jews, I thought that term was reserved for settlers.
They are Neturei Karta... they prayed outside Arafat's hospital when he was dying in Paris. There is no surprise that these guys would be running to Iran to say all sorts of crap.
I have to proclaim, till the end of time, Jews will always! Always! have the best weirdos!
"You're a meshugana!" is an ancient and much beloved insult between Jews. I see absolutely no anti-Semitic connotation in "crazy Jew." On the contrary, the anti-Semite portrays us as brilliant - devious and scheming - but still brilliant.
I know lots of crazy Jews. I know lots of crazy everybody.
"Jews will always! Always! have the best weirdos!"
Along with the best of everything else.
The best crazies are the burden we have to bear for all those Nobel Prizewinners. :-)
Only because of the nutty crazy brand of utlra-orthodox who throw rocks at cars on the Sabbath, suck the blood from babies penises after circumcision or vote for one political party to get into heaven- just some of the perverse rituals and prejudiced beliefs that offend almost anyone one with a brain.
On the positive side they are less violent than their Islamic counterparts most of the time and they exist in smaller and therefore less dangerous numbers- thank God.
The real, damage is what they do to their reasonable brethren who are dragged into the muck that they create for Israel.
Has the author read the New York Times much lately? ;)
No, I don't think that's a valid comparison. Fonda and Moore's views are political. These "Jews" are not rational enough to have real political view.
These are a brainwashed fanatical (tiny) sect.
They are more like the Moonies or the suicides at Jonestown and Heavens Gate.
Except that they don't want to off themselves but Jews who don't believe as they do. Although there was the death of a young boy in Jerusalem several years ago who died because his folks didn't want him to be treated by a Zionist ambulance crew.
What surprises me is the shock that is expressed every time there is a story about them. As if people can't recognize crazy when it appears. Jews are not immune to crazy. And almost no one is immune to indoctrinated crazy.
There is so much incredible ignorance and bigotry in your ugly little post that I really wouldn't know where to begin.
And then one comes upon post #9 and one is reminded that there is something much uglier after all.
"These imbeciles are merely Jane Fonda and Michael Moore with peyos."
ROFL! Ain't it the truth!
Israel shouldn't put up with these characters; talk about giving comfort to the enemy! They should be deported from Israel. Let them live in Ahmadinejadland and see how they like it! I'll take a line from the Christian Bible and apply it to them: on the Last Day, they will say to the Lord, "Lord, we kept Your Commandments, we kept kosher, we did opposed the state of Israel being established without You" and the Lord will say to them, "depart from Me, for I never knew you."
Their loss indeed, for sure! See my comment #18 for a non-Jewish take on them!
8-) Words I learned from my Jewish neighbors, in descending order of usage (pardon the spelling): tuchus, schmuck, schikzah, schtup. Fond memories.
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