Brendon Lee O'Connell said the Judaic Death Cult is “a religion of racism, hate, homicide and ethnic cleansing” many agree.
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January 18, 2011
By Yossi Gurvitz
Orthodox rabbis long for the day when they’ll wipe out Amalekites, and two more notes Rabbis for Death Camps: One of the popular genres of media generally unfamiliar to the Israeli secular public is that of synagogue pamphlets. There are quite a few of them, and they are distributed on Fridays to thousands of synagogue. Almost every sect has its own pamphlet, mostly of rather inferior quality.
One of the most successful ones is "Ma’yanei Ha’yeshua’" ("Fonts of Salvation"), which is well-made and recently expanded to 16 pages, instead of the usual four. It is published by the Ma’yanei Ha’yeshua’ movement, among whose founders we find the recently-expired Mordechai Aviner; his son, Shmuel Eliyahu, is a frequent contributor, as is Shlomo Aviner, one of the most important settler rabbis.
In short, it is one of the pillars of the media of the "Emunnit movement", i.e. those national-Orthodox whose goal is a religious takeover of Israel.
The 117th pamphlet of Ma’yanei Ha’yeshua’, published some three weeks ago (careful, Hebrew PDF) contains an unsigned editorial, protesting against those rabbis who attacked the "rabbis’ letter". It bemoans the possibility that "the Torah would be put in a private, religious, small corner, and will not direct our public, general, national life […]
Yes, there also such [rabbis], clerkish, who don’t want to cause trouble, who explain "this is not precisely the Halachic law" […] in short, those for whom political correctness is their daily bread […] we wonder whether they will leave the concentration of Amalekites in death camps to others, or may decide that the wiping out of Amalek is no longer relevant. Time will tell.".
In other words, a central religious media outlet announces, to all it may concern, that in time we will have "death camps for Amalekites".
The Amalekites were a people who bothered the Sons of Israel as they left Egypt, and God ordered their destruction. King Saul came close, but his clemency prevented him from finishing the job, for which he was punished by God.
Jewish law contains a mitzvah to wipe out Amalek, which is supposed to take place sometime at the end of days. It is unclear how one recognizes Amalekites ~ but many believers, especially those who make Kaballah a mainstay of their beliefs, think even Jews may be Amalekites.
It is a good place to note that Kaballah is the most virulent of Jewish literature in its loathing of non-Jews. So, the pamphlet most identified with the instigator of the "rabbi’s letter", Shmuel Eliahu, insists on its right to create death camps, and that people who will not participate in this Final Solution are cowardly and unworthy of the title of rabbis.