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Shavuot Pogrom: "Nazis, Christians, Whores and Goyim"

The following N.Y. Times article mentions the attack orthodox khazars perpetrated against Palestinians on the Jewish "Shavuot" holiday.

But the main focus of the article is the attack by the orthodox khazars against liberal khazars (who are termed "Conservative and Reform"). Note the headline: "...Assault Other Jews..."

If the N.Y. Times was honest the headline would read, "Israelis Launch Pogrom Against Palestinians," but the whole terminology ("pogrom, concentration camp, war crime, holocaust") has become a liturgical phenomenon of Jewish theology and hence cannot be applied to anyone other than the Holy People without violating a taboo, which the N.Y. Times, which benefits from the sacerdotal aura of mystification which surrounds the Shoah-business ("Shoah" is the Jewish theological term for the holohoax), is not wont to do. (There's no business like Shoah business).

However, the fact is, the orthodox Israelis launched a pogrom against Palestinians, beating them en masse and destroying their vehicles (such pogroms against Palestinians are a routine occurrence in occupied Palestine) and this should have been the chief focus of the article.

At least one snippet of truth sneaked through the Pharisees' filters however, the fact of a most interesting Talmudic equation (the orthodox khazars are hardcore Talmudists) of Nazis=Christians=whores=goyim (i.e. non-Jews).

This will be news to the millions of naive non-Jews who believe that by siding with Zionists and Talmudists they will be exempt from Jewish vengeance and racism.

The best book on Jewish hatred of women is "The Hole in the Sheet," by Evelyn Kaye. The best book on Jewish hatred of 'goyim' is "Jewish History, Jewish Religion," by Israel Shahak.

The best information on the Jewish supremacist hate literature known as Talmud may be found in our web pages at:

(One final note: the "scripture" referred to as being studied by "observant Jews" is not the Torah [Old Testament] but rather, the Traditions of the Elders [Talmud). --Michael A. Hoffman II Copyright©1997.


June 13, 1997

Orthodox Israelis Assault Other Jews at Western Wall


[J] ERUSALEM -- Conservative Jewish men and women who tried to pray together at the Western Wall during the Shavuot holiday early Wednesday morning said Thursday that they had been assaulted by hundreds of rigorously Orthodox men evidently incensed by the sight of women praying with men.

The Conservatives said the strictly Orthodox Jews, known more commonly as the haredim, had spat on them and pelted them with garbage and feces, while calling them "Nazis," "Christians," "whores" and "goyim."

The police said that after the prayers some haredi youths went on to smash Palestinian cars outside one gate to the Old City, while others gathered at Damascus Gate and attacked Palestinian passers-by. The police said several of the haredim had sprayed tear gas and thrown stones at the police and at Palestinians.

The incidents were not the first of their kind after mass prayers at the Western Wall, but by all accounts they were the most violent to date.

They reflected the growing assertiveness of strictly Orthodox Jews since their success in elections a year ago -- when they won 10 seats in Parliament and a critical bloc in the government coalition -- and in particular the increasingly bitter confrontation between the haredim and the Conservative and Reform movements.

The two modern movements claim relatively few adherents in Israel, but account for 84 percent of the Jews in the United States, so the dispute has in effect pitted American Jews against the Orthodox rabbis in Israel.

The focus of that confrontation is a bill the haredim have introduced in Parliament that would formalize the monopoly of the Orthodox rabbis in performing conversions to Judaism in Israel -- an act that also grants the convert the right to Israeli citizenship under the Law of Return.

But the haredim have also been increasingly militant in challenging the Conservative and Reform faithful directly, especially on the issue of equality for women. In Orthodox practice, women are not permitted to pray with men, be heard during prayers or read the Torah at services.

Shavuot is a holiday that commemorates Moses giving the law to the Israelites, on which observant Jews spend much of the night studying scripture.

About 30,000 Jews, most of them haredim, gathered at the Western Wall starting on Tuesday night. Rabbi Andrew Sachs, the director of the Rabbinical Assembly in Israel, an organization of Conservative rabbis, said he arrived at the wall with a group of about 100 men and women at about 4 a.m.

He said the group deliberately chose a spot far from the wall, in a corner of the broad plaza in front of it. Only a roped-in area directly in front of the wall is regarded as sacred for purposes of worship.

But Sachs said haredi youths quickly began to gather, evidently scandalized by the sight of women wearing prayer shawls and reading from the Torah. Before long several hundred surrounded them, shouting insults, spitting and throwing stones. The police tried to keep the haredim at bay but soon warned the Conservative group that they had better leave.

The Conservatives tried to regroup outside the plaza but the mob followed them. As they retreated through the Jewish Quarter, they were pelted with garbage and feces from the windows of a yeshiva, a school of religious studies, Sachs said.

"There is an environment, an atmosphere in this country right now, since the elections, in which the ultra-Orthodox almost seem to be drunk with power," Sachs said.

Politicians of the religious parties joined in denouncing the Conservatives. Haim Miller, the deputy mayor of Jerusalem and a member of the United Torah Judaism party, was quoted by the newspaper Haaretz as saying: "The very fact that the Conservative Jews, who symbolize the destruction of the Jewish people, came to the place that is holiest to the Jewish people is a provocation. They have no reason to be in this place."

"Whoever holds the integrity of the Jewish people dear to his heart will fight to the end so that Conservatives will not have a place in the state," Miller said. He said he was against violence, "but people in pain sometimes lose control..."

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