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When the victim is a Gentile, The position is quite


different. A Jew who murders a Gentile is guilty
only of a sin against the law of Heaven, not
punishable by a court. To cause indirectly the
death of a Gentile is no sin at all (1).

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When our forces come a cross civilians during a


war or in hot parsuit or in a raid, so long as there is
no certainty that those civilians are capable in of
hamming our forces then according to Halakh may
and even be killed....... under no circumstances
should an Arab be trusted even he makes an
impression of being civilized

in war when our

forces storm the enemy, they are allowed and even


enjoined by the Halakah to kill even good civilian(2).

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A Gentile falls into a well should not be helped out,


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be killed (4).

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dash out it brains"

The best of Gentiles-kill him. Then the answer is


that this (saying) is meant for wartime (5).

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"The Holy one, blessed be He gave Israil two Torah,


the written and the oral. He gave them written
torah in which are six hundred and thirteen
commandments. He gave them oral torah where by
They could be distinguished from the other nation.
This was not given in written. So that the
Ishmaelith should not fabricate it as they have
done the written torah and say that they were
Israel" (20).

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"The Talmud were compiled beginning after 200


A.D. as an intensive commentary on Mishnah" (21).
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"The basic purpose of Talmud was to provide the


Jewish people with a body of teaching, which
should be more than a creed, but also a guide of
life in every phase" (22).

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"The benedictions, which occur in the Talmud, have


become part of the daily liturgy and reflect the true
feelings towards the torah" (23).

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'At five years the age is reached for the study of
scripture at ten for the study of Mishnah and at
fifteen for the study of Talmud" (24).

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"God mourned for seven days over the fate of his


universe before bringing the flood" (26).

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"There are three partners in the production of the


human being. The Holy one, blessed be he, The
father and mother. The Father provides the white
matter from which are formed the bones, sinews,
nails, brain and the white part of the eye. The
mother provides the red matter from which are
formed the skin, flesh, Hair and pupil of the eye;
and the Holy one, blessed be He infuses into him
breath, soul, features, vision, hearing, speech,
power of motion, understanding and intelligence. It
means that the parents create only the physical
part of the human beings. But all the faculties and
that which constitutes personality are an
endowment from the heavenly father" (28).

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"Whoever explicitly pronounces the name is guilty


of a capital offence" (29).

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'The bible tells that day and night existed before the
sun and moon were made, The conclusion is that
time was created separately. God detirmined the
duration of the day and night and then arranged
for the appearance of the sun and moon to conform
there with" (30).

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"God may destroy numbers of them when they


withstand his will"(32).

"Michal is even superior to Gabrial in rank"(33).

'Each nation has its guardian angel, Michael being


the Guardian angel of Israel"(34).

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"They form a celestial courts and God does nothing


in this World without consulting them" (35).
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"On there are wicked angels among that body"(36).

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"Good angels accompany the righteous and evil


angels the wicked"(37).
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'For a body of religious and ethical doctrine like that


contained in the Talmud, which is rooted in the
Hebrew scriptures, the reality of prophecy must be
axiomatic".

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"Parable of a king who had a wife and a concubine,
the former he visits openly, the latter in secret.
Similarly the Holy one, blessed be he
communicated with gentile prophets only in half
speech but with the prophet of Israel He
communicated in full speech, in language of live. In
language of holiness, in the language where with
the ministering angels praise him"(39).
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"The Israelite prophets warned their hearers


but the prophets who
against Transgression
arise from the people initiated licentiousness to
destroy their fellow-men from the World"(40).

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Hagiographa will be abolished but not the
Pentateuch. When everybody is obedient to the
commandments there will be no further need for
the prophetic exhortations"(42).

"In this World only individuals are endowed with


prophecy but in the world to come all israel will be
prophets" (43).
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"He (God) said to Israel, I am God over all who


came into the World but I have only associated my
name with you. I am not called the God of idolaters
but the God of Israel"(45).
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treatment accorded to Israel on earth is reflected
upon God in heaven. Whoever rises up Israel is a
though he roses against the Holy one, Whoever help
Israelis as though he helped the Holy one. Who ever
hates Israel is like one who hates him"(46).

"Heaven and earth were only created through the


merit of Israel. As the world could not exist without
the wind, so it is impossible for the world to exist
without Israel"(47).

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"Because all the peoples repudiated the Torah and


refuses to receive it but Israel agreed and chose the
Holy one blessed be He and his torah"(48).

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'There precious gifts did he Holy one blessed he,


bestow upon Israel. They are Torah, the land of
Israel and the World to come" (49).

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"Gentiles are addicted to licentiouness"(52).

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"Kill the best of the Gentile! Crush the head of the


best of snakes" (53).

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be strict justice of you. Insist on strict justice the
World cannot endure' (54)'

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suit. If it is possible to give the former the
judgments according to the Jewish code of law, do
so and tell him. That such is our law. If he can be
given judgment according to the Gentile code of law

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do so and tell the non-Jew that such is his law. If


neither code is of avail use a subterfuge"(55).

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blessing and without good. An unmarried man is not
a man in the full sense.... A man's home is his
wife" (57) .

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whoever crosses a stream behind a
the road
woman will have no portion in the World to
He who pay money to woman, counting
come
it from his hand into hers for the sake of gazing at
her, even he posses torah and good deeds like
Moses our teachers, he will not escape the
punishment of Gehinnom"(59).
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them, should the estate not bit a man died leaving
sons and daughters, should estate not be
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first to attempt interference with the free use and
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who claim to be Jews and or not but or lying,
behold I will make them come and fall prostrate at
your feet"(95).

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(1) P, 63 "Jewish History, Jewish Religon" Professor 'Israel Shahak


down loaded, website. www.abbe.nt/historia.shahak/english.htm
P,120 "Ibid" (2)
P,121 "Ibid" (3)
P,121 "Ibid" (4)
P,121 "Ibid" (5)
Synagove of Statan 'Andre. Covington, Hitchcocks" (6)
Up,P,34.1L- Lr10./Upr),'"L4).;Lic111. 31-11,

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"Everyman's Talmud 'Abrahem Cohen". (9)


P,141 "Ibid" (10)
P,

"Ibid" (11)

P,142 "Ibid" (12)


P,141 "Ibid" (13)
-AI 11,

.1/ 1,i)f-.Cri,66.t.: (14)


' I ....c,1.9/ 617, 42)9:91)6,265cf,bit'SLfr:
every man's Talumud, P, 141 (15)
P,XXXV, Ibid (16)
P,XXXV, Ibid (17)

106

P,XLIV, Ibid (18)


P,L, 'bid (19)
P, 147, Ibid (20)
Catholic bible, P, 1823 (21)
"Every man's Talmud" P, 149 (22)
P, 150, Ibid (23)
P, 129, Ibid (24)
Preface, P,XLIX, Ibid (25)
P, 14, Ibid (26)
P, 19, Ibid (27)
P, 22, Ibid (28)
P, 25, Ibid (29)
P, 37, Ibid (30)
P, 49, Ibid (31)
P, 49,

Ibid (32)

P, 50,

Ibid (33)

P, 50, Ibid (34)


P, 53, Ibid (35)
P, 53, Ibid (36)
P, 55, Ibid (37)
P, 121,

Ibid (38)

P, 122,

Ibid (39)

P, 122, Ibid (40)

107

P, 124, Ibid (41)


P, 124, Ibid (42)
P, 25, Ibid (43)
P, 59, Ibid (44)
P, 59,

Ibid (45)

P, 60,

Ibid (46)

P, 61,

Ibid (47)

P, 61, Ibid (48)


P, 60, Ibid (49)
P, 355, Ibid (50)
P, 99, Ibid (51)
P, 66, Ibid (52)
P, 66, Ibid (53)
P, 81, Ibid (54)
P, 209, Ibid (55)
P, 162, Ibid (56)
P, 162, Ibid (57)
P, 159,

Ibid (58)

P, 48, Ibid (59)


P, 161,

Ibid (60)

P, 161, Ibid (61)


P, 161, Ibid (62)
P, 160,

108

Ibid (63)

P, 161, Ibid (64)


P, 167, Ibid (65)
P, 167, Ibid (66)
P, 166, Ibid (67)
P, 181, Ibid (68)
P, 305, Ibid70 (69)
P, 343, Ibid (70)
P, 345, Ibid (71)
P, 344, Ibid (72)
(73)
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1855/!44.4-71 0;a4.1;,.?l,e/.11(1 (0273)rlc.);.ZeJ,,,,LL:P (75)


P, 195 Ibid (76)
P, 199 Ibid (77)
P, 203, 77, Ibid (78)
Summarized from P, 200 to 202, Ibid (79)
P, 203, Ibid (80)
P, 203, Ibid (81)
P, 213, Ibid (82)
P, 260, Ibid (83)
P, 347, Ibid (84)

109

P, 352, Ibid (85)


Summerised form P, 352....356, Ibid (86)
P, 368, Ibid (87)
P, 370, Ibid (88)
P, 372, Ibid (89)
P, 381, Ibid (90)
P, 382, Ibid (91)
(92) Article, Talmud, 185/12 "Encyclopedia of Religion and ethics
Edinburgh. Tand Clark 38 George Street, New York, First Edition
186/12 Ibid (93)
187/ 12 Ibid (94)
9/3 "Revelation" "New Testament" "The Catholic Bible" (95)
1/1, Ibid (96)

110