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Posted on 03/04/2012 8:23:45 PM PST by Nachum
Anti-Israel activists who have gathered this weekend at Harvard University's "One State Conference" were told yesterday that the Jewish people do not exist.
Prof. Susan M. Akram of Boston University's School of Law told the gathering that there is no legal basis for Jewish self-determination--at all:
Israels claim of a state, on the basis of exclusive and discriminatory rights to Jews [sic], has never been juridically recognized. In other words, the concept of the Jewish people as a national entity with extraterritorial claims has never been recognized under international law.
Similar denials of the Jewish people's existence and rights enabled the Holocaust, the murder of six million Jews by the Nazi regime in the mid-twentieth century.
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“no legal basis for Jewish self-determination—at all”
Gee...God might have something to say about that.
Duck your head.
Jews have been a people with a continuous culture longer than Egypt, anywhere in the Near East, India or China! 5,000 Years of History vs. “international law”? Don’t make me laugh! Screw international law and BOYCOTT HARVARD!
...”Rashi begins his commentary on the Torah with a question: why does the Torah begin with the details of creation? If HaShem’s intent in giving us the Torah was to tell us how He wants us to live our lives, the Torah should have begun by teaching us about mitzvos. Instead, the Torah begins with ‘Bereishis boroh Elokim es hashomayim v’es ha’aretz’ - ‘In the beginning HaShem created the heaven and the earth.’
“Rashi answers this question, saying that there will come a time when the nations of the world will accuse the Jews, saying: ‘You are thieves. You have taken the land which belongs to the seven nations by force.’ Rashi instructs the Jewish people to answer: ‘We are not thieves. This land, and the entire world, belongs to its creator, HaShem, as is described in the beginning of the Torah. When He wished, He gave it to the seven nations who lived there. Later, He wished to take it away from them and to give it to us.’ “
“This is what we need to tell the world,” emphasized Rabbi Kaplan. “Instead of searching for magical solutions, we should be true to our Torah and present our point honestly and with determination. We don’t have to be embarrassed or afraid to tell the world HaShem’s very first message in the Torah.
“There is also an important lesson that every Jew can learn from the words Eretz Yisrael. The word Eretz is connected to the Hebrew word ratzon - to want. Each letter in the word Yisrael is a first letter in the phrase, Yesh Shishim Riboh Osios LaTorah - ‘’There are six hundred thousand letters in the Torah.’
“Am Yisrael is commanded to conquer Eretz Yisrael. Besides actually entering and taking over the land, our daily avodah is to really want (eretz) to fulfill all that is written in the Torah (Yisrael). This is our goal; at times it does not come so easy. Just as the Jewish people had to wage war and conquer Eretz Yisrael, so we must make the effort to overcome whatever might stand in our way of wanting to do what the Torah says.”
(Adapted from Likkutei Sichos, Vol. X, p. 1)
Did they find the Muslim pope?
Or the atheist pope?
Hitler and pals were convinced of that people’s nonexistence to the point of wanting to make that people extinct....
It seems that anti-Israel propaganda is doomed to collapse in illogical nonsense, not that this fact greatly moves Israel haters.
I have trouble comprehending where this amount of hatred emanates from within a person unless they are of Palestinian descent or are/were a Nazi/sympathizer. If a person like that can’t express it, I guess that amount of hatred would just consume the person like spontaneous combustion.
I have never been able to understand the hatred for the Jewish people. What is the motivating factor for these idiots?
The hatred is the basis for their own existence. If the Jewish people actually have a legitimate claim to the truth, than they have none.
“I have trouble comprehending where this amount of hatred emanates from within a person unless they are of Palestinian descent or are/were a Nazi/sympathizer. If a person like that can’t express it, I guess that amount of hatred would just consume the person like spontaneous combustion.”
“I have never been able to understand the hatred for the Jewish people. What is the motivating factor for these idiots?”
“The hatred is the basis for their own existence. If the Jewish people actually have a legitimate claim to the truth, than they have none”
The hatred is the symptom, not the disease. The horrible truth is that this is a common manifestation of those severely infected with evil.
‘The hatred is the symptom, not the disease. The horrible truth is that this is a common manifestation of those severely infected with evil.’
If that is the case, than the evil is spiritual in nature and the cure can only come from the creator himself.
I wonder if all those Jewish people might take exception to that. Their grammar is bad too.
Akram is a flat out ass
true words..... ‘...that even the very elect may be deceived...’
I wonder if any of this conference’s organizers ever ran into
Baracchio while he was at Harvard...
Harvard University (1636) had the highest purpose and calling; continues to dive into the lowest vile and slime of natural human nature!
Harvard College was founded in “Christ Gloriam” and later dedicated “Christo et Ecclesiae.” The founders of Harvard believed that:
All knowledge without Christ was vain.
The word “Veritas,” still on the college seal, means divine truth. The motto of Harvard was officially:
For Christ and the Church.
I was just pondering the logic. If the Jewish people do not exist, then how can they be at fault?
Now that I think about it, logic is not especially respected in the Muslim world as Greek philosophy is heresy.