The Criminally Insane Jews: Christians Must Be Avoided

YOU MIGHT SAY, “OH, IT DOES NOT MATTER TO ME. I’M NOT A CHRISTIAN.” DON’T FOOL YOURSELF BECAUSE THIS IS JUST AN EXCUSE TO MURDER NON-JEWS!

 

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The Secret Rabbinical Teachings Concerning Christians

 

Christians Must Be Avoided – “Holy” Jewish Talmud Tachings

Jews are required to avoid all contact with Christians for four reasons: (1) Because they are not worthy to share in the Jewish way of life; (2) Because they are unclean; (3) Because they are idolators; (4) Because they are murderers.

Article I. – Christians Must Be Avoided – Because They Are Unworthy to Share Jewish Customs.

A Jew, by the fact that he belongs to the chosen people and is circumcized, possesses so great a dignity that no one, not even an angel, can share equality with him. In fact, he is considered almost the equal of God. “He who strikes an Israelite” says Rabbi Chanina “acts as if he slaps the face of God’s Divine Majesty.”

A Jew is always considered good, in spite of certain sins which he may commit; nor can his sins contaminate him, any more than dirt contaminates the kernel in a nut, but only soils its shell. A Jew alone is looked upon as a man; the whole world is his and all things should serve him, especially “animals which have the form of men.”

Thus it is plain that they regard all contact with Christians as contaminating and as detracting from their dignity. They are therefore required to keep as far away as possible from all who live and act as Christians do.

  1. A JEW MUST NOT SALUTE A CHRISTIAN In Gittin (62a) it says:

“A Jew must not enter the home of a Nokhri on a feast day to offer him greetings. However, if he meets him on the street, he may offer him a greeting, but curtly and with head bowed.”

  1. A JEW MUST NOT RETURN THE GREETINGS OF A CHRISTIAN In Iore Dea (148, 10) it says:

“A Jew must not return the greeting of a Christian by bowing before him. It is good, therefore, to salute him first and so avoid having to answer him back if the Akum salutes him first.”

Rabbi Kohana says that when a Jew salutes a Christian he should say “Peace to my Lord,” but intend this for his own Rabbi. For the Tosephtoth says: “For his heart was turned towards his own Rabbi.”

  1. A JEW MUST NOT GO BEFORE A CHRISTIAN JUDGE In Choschen Hammischpat (26,1) it says:

“A Jew is not permitted to bring his case before Akum judges, even if the matter is judged by the decisions of Jewish law, and even if both parties agree to abide by such decisions. He who does so is impious and similar to one who calumniates and blasphemes, and who raises his hand against the Law given us by Moses, our great law-giver. Hagah says ‘The Bethin has the power to excommunicate such a one until he releases his Jewish brother from the hands of the Gentile.'”

  1. A CHRISTIAN CANNOT BE USED AS A WITNESS In Choschen (34, 19) it says:

“A Goi or a servant is not capable of acting as a witness.”

  1. A JEW CANNOT EAT CHRISTIAN FOOD In Iore Dea (112, 1) it says:

“The Elders forbade the eating of the bread of the Akum, lest we would seem to be familiar with them.”

And in Abhodah arah (35b) it says:

“The following things belonging to the Goim are forbidden: Milk which a Goi takes from a cow, in the absence of a Jew; also their bread, etc.”

  1. A JEW MUST NEVER ACT IN ANY WAY LIKE A CHRISTIAN In Iore Dea (178, 1) it says:

“It is not permitted to imitate the customs of the Akum, nor to act like them. Nor is it permitted to wear clothes like the Akum, not to comb the hair as they do…neither must Jews build houses that look like temples of the Akum.”

Since, however, it is not possible to observe all these rules in every place, the Hagah says that they can be overlooked to a certain extent when, for instance, it is to the advantage of the Jew to do so; for example, if a Jew would profit by a trade which requires a certain kind of dress.

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Article II. – Christians Are to Be Avoided – Because They Are Unclean

It is not known how often Jews must wash and purify themselves, nor how much they must study to avoid everything which might render them unclean. The Talmud teaches, however, that Christians are people whose touch alone makes things unclean. In Abhodah Zarah (72b) it says:

“A certain man was pouring wine from one jar into another by means of a tube, when a Goi came along and touched the tube with his hand. As a result all the wine (in both jars) had to be thrown away.”

Every vessel, therefore, must be washed which comes into the possession of a Jew from a Christian, although it has never been in use. In Iore Dea (120, 1) it says:

“If a Jew buys a vessel for use at table from an Akum, whether it is made of metal, glass or lead, even if it is new, he must wash it in a Mikvah [a large basin], or in a cistern which holds forty quarts of water.

Article III. – Christians Are to Be Avoided – Because They Are Idolaters

  1. Lest a Jew be the occasion of sin to the idolatrous Christians, according to the precept in XIX, 14: “Do not put a stumbling-block before the blind – he must avoid all contact with them on the days when they worship their gods. In Abhodah Zarah (2a) it says:

“For three days before their idolatrous festivals it is not permitted to buy or sell them anything. It is also forbidden to give or take any help from them, to change any money with them, to pay them back any debts or allow them to pay back debts.”

In the Abhodah Zarah, 78c (the Perusch of Maimonides, fol. 8) it says:

“All the festivals  of the followers of Jesus are forbidden, and we must conduct ourselves towards them as we would towards idolators. The first day of the week is their principal feast, and it is therefore forbidden to do any business whatsoever with those who believe in Jesus on their Sabbath. We must observe the same rules on their Sabbath as we do on the feastdays of idolators, as the Talmud teaches.”

  1. A JEW MUST NOT USE ANYTHING WHICH PERTAINS TO THE WORSHIP OF CHRISTIANS

In Iore Dea (139, 1) it says:

“It is forbidden to have anything to do with idols and everything that is used in their form of worship, whether they are made by the Akum or by Jews.”

  1. IT IS FORBIDDEN TO SELL TO CHRISTIANS ANYTHING CONNECTED WITH THEIR IDOLATROUS WORSHIP

The Abhodah Zarah (14b, Toseph) says:

“It is always  forbidden to sell incense to an idolatrous  priest, for it is evident that when he asks for it he wants it for no other purpose but to offer it before his idol. Anyone, therefore, who would sell it to him sins against the precept which forbids us to place a stumbling-block before the blind. It is also forbidden to sell candles to gentiles for their Feat of Candles. Candles however may be sold to them on other days. Neither is it permitted to sell a chalice to a gentile which a Jew has bought after a Goi has broken it and thrown it away. It may only be sold again to a gentile after it has been completely made over. For after it has been broken just once it can be used still to hold the wine which is offered in honor of their idol.” Then follows the prohibition as to the selling of books to Christian priests, as we have seen above. Even the work of binding such books is forbidden to a Jew. In Iore Dea (139, 15) it says:

“It is forbidden to bind the books of the Akum, with the exception of law books. It may be done, however, if refusal to do so should cause enmity, but only after every effort has been made to refuse such work.”

Likewise in Iore Dea (151, 1, Hagah):

“It is not permitted to sell water to an Akum if it is known that it will be made into Baptismal water.”

Mention is also made of many other things which it is forbidden to sell to Christians, such as: cloth from which priestly vestments and banners may be made; paper and ink which may be used for writing books pertaining to their divine worship. It is forbidden to sell, or even to rent, houses to Christians which will be used by them as a place of worship. Nowadays, however, Jews trade with Christians, especially on Christian feast days, and also sell them houses knowing full well that certain Sacraments will be administered therein, such as Baptism, Holy Communion and Extreme Unction. The Talmud can give no reason for this, and in the Abhodah Zarah (2a, Toseph) it says:

“It is difficult to say by what right Jews nowadays trade with the Goim on their (evil) feast days. For although many of them commit all kinds of licentious acts and perversions on their feast days in honor of saints which they do not look upon as gods, yet every week they celebrate the Day of the Nazarene [Sunday] which has always been forbidden to us.”

Bartenora, however, in his commentary on Abhodah Zarah (I, 2, fol. 7b) it says:

“Since, while we are in captivity, we cannot live without trading with them, and we depend upon them for our food and we must fear them, it is  only forbidden to trade with them on their feast days. Furthermore, it is permitted nowadays to trade with them on the actual day  of their feasts, because the Rabbis are convinced that they do not worship their idols just because they trade with us. And what is forbidden in this book must be taken as applying directly to idolatry.”

Rabbi Tam, however, contends that the Mischnah only forbids the selling of things to idolaters which will be used by them in the worship of idols, since they rejoice and worship their idols because they obtain the things necessary for that worship. He explains it thus (in Abhodah Zarah, 2a, Toseph):

“No one should wonder at this custom of ours. For, although we look upon them as idolaters, they can only offer up what they buy for money. Hence, our gain and their joy is not the reason for this prohibition, for they have enough money for these things, even if we did not trade with them.”

  1. THIS PROHIBITION DOES NOT APPLY TO ATHEISTS In Iore Dea (148, 5) it says:

“It is only permitted to send a gift to an Akum on one of their feast days if it is known that he does not believe in idols and does not worship them.”

Maimonides has the same in Hilkhoth Akum (IX, 2):

“It is also wrong to send a gift to a Goi on their feast days unless it is certain that he does not believe in the worship of Christian idols, and does not serve them.”

Article IV. -Christians Are to Be Avoided – Because They Are Evil

There is nothing that Jews are more convinced of than the harm which Christians can do to the children of Israel. Because of this, the rulers of the Chosen People have always instructed them not to accept any help from Christians who will always resort to murder, and to other crimes, whenever they cannot otherwise obtain their evil ends. Thus a Jew must not employ a Christian as a nurse, or as a teacher for his children, or as a doctor, a barber or an obstetrician.

  1. NOT AS A NURSE

In Iore Dea (81, 7, Hagah) it says:

“A child must not be nursed by a Nokhri, if an Israelite can be had; for the milk of the Nokhrith hardens the heart of a child and builds up an evil nature in him.”

  1. NOT AS A TEACHER

In Iore Dea (153, 1, Hagah) it says:

“A child must not be given to the Akum to learn manners, literature or the arts, for they will lead him to heresy.”

  1. NOT AS A DOCTOR

In Iore Dea (155, 1) it says:

“When a Jew is wounded in any way, even so gravely that he would have to violate the Sabbath in having a doctor, he must not employ the services of a Christian (Akum) doctor who is not known to everyone in the neighborhood; for we must guard against the spilling of blood. Even when it is not known if the patient will live or die, such a doctor must not be allowed to attend him. If, however, he is sure to die, then such a doctor may attend him, since an extra hour of life is not much to lose. If the Akum insists that a certain medicine is good, you may believe him, but be sure not to buy it from him. There are some who say that this holds only when the Akum offer help free, and that it can be accepted every time it is paid for. But it can be taken for granted that they would not harm a Jew just for the sake of a matter of money.”

In Pesachim (25a) it says:

“Rabbi Jochanan says: medical help can be accepted from all except idolaters, fornicators and murderers.”

  1. NOT AS A BARBER

In Iore Dea (156,1 ) it says:

“You must not be shaven by an Akum unless your Jewish friends are with you. There are some who say that it is not permitted to be shaved by an Akum even when others are present, unless you can see yourself in a mirror.”

  1. NOT AS AN OBSTETRICIAN In Abhodah Zarah (26a) it says:

“Our Rabbis have passed it down for us, that a foreign woman must never be allowed to act as midwife at the birth of a child of Israel, because they are given to the shedding of blood. The Elders say, however, that a foreign woman may perform this task provided there are other Jewish women present, but never alone. Rabbi Meir, however, says that it is not allowed even others are present. For they often crush the soft head of the child with their hands and kill it; and they can do this without being noticed by those who are present.”

source:  The Talmud Unmasked – Pranaitis 1892-74P-pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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