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Taken from here: https://www.timesofisrael.com/chief-rabbi-compares-african-americans-to-monkeys/
The Sephardic chief rabbi of Israel called black people “monkeys” during his weekly sermon on Saturday evening.
Taken from : http://www.jewfaq.org/olamhaba.htm
Traditional Judaism firmly believes that death is not the end of human existence. However, because Judaism is primarily focused on life here and now rather than on the afterlife, Judaism does not have much dogma about the afterlife, and leaves a great deal of room for personal opinion. It is possible for an Orthodox Jew to believe that the souls of the righteous dead go to a place similar to the Christian heaven, or that they are reincarnated through many lifetimes, or that they simply wait until the coming of the messiah, when they will be resurrected. Likewise, Orthodox Jews can believe that the souls of the wicked are tormented by demons of their own creation, or that wicked souls are simply destroyed at death, ceasing to exist
Some scholars claim that belief in the afterlife is a teaching that developed late in Jewish history. It is true that the Torah emphasizes immediate, concrete, physical rewards and punishments rather than abstract future ones. See, for example, Lev. 26:3-9 and Deut. 11:13-15.
Taken from here: Babylonian Talmud Megilah 9a
Scrolls of the Scripture may be written in any language, and our Rabbis permitted them to be written in Greek’ They permitted! This would imply that the First Tanna forbade it! What I must say therefore is, ‘Our Rabbis permitted them to be written only in Greek’. And it goes on to state, ‘R. Judah said: When our teachers permitted Greek, they permitted it only for a scroll of the Torah’. This was on account of the incident related in connection with King Ptolemy, as it has been taught: ‘It is related of King Ptolemy that he brought together seventy-two elders and placed them in seventy-two [separate] rooms, without telling them why he had brought them together, and he went in to each one of them and said to him, Translate for me the Torah of Moses your master. God then prompted each one of them and they all conceived the same idea and wrote for him……
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Taken from here:
“The modern Jew is the product of the Talmud…”
– “Babylonian Talmud”, published by the Boston Talmud Society, p. XII
The Jews refer to the remainder of Earths inhabitants, the non-Jewish peoples, as “Gentiles”, “Goyim”.
Let’s see what the Jewish Talmud teaches the Jews concerning the non-Jewish majority, i.e. those who are not part of Jahve’s “Chosen People”:
“The Jews are called human beings, but the non-Jews are not humans. They are beasts.” (more…)
A friend of mine named “Abdullah” wrote a thought-provoking article which I would like to share:
A hypertext version of the Jews’ College (London) translation of the Babylonian Talmud: Tractates Sanhedrin, Berakoth, Shabbath, Yebamoth, Kethuboth, Nedarim, Nazir, Sotah, Gittin, Baba Kamma, Baba Mezi’a, Baba Bathra, Abodah Zarah, Horayoth, Niddah, and Tohoroth. The Jews’ College translation was published through Soncino Press between 1935 and 1948. It was the first complete English translation, produced by the most authoritative Judaic scholars in the world. It is the gold standard of English Talmuds, but chances are you won’t find it in your local public library! The link is here: TALMUD LINK
Whenever Rab came to Darshi he would announce: Who would be mine for a day?5 Whenever R. Nahman would come to Shekunzib he would have it announced: Who will be mine for a day? But has it not been taught: No man should marry a woman in one country and then go and marry a woman in another country lest they [their children] might marry one another with the result that a brother would marry his sister or a father his daughter, and one fill all the world with bastardy to which the scriptural passage refers: And the land become full of lewdness? — I will tell you: [The affairs of] the Rabbis are well-known. But did not Raba say: If one has proposed marriage to a woman and she has consented then she must await seven clean days? — The Rabbis informed them before by sending their messenger earlier. Or, if you like, say: They only arranged for private meetings with them, because ‘You cannot compare one who has bread in his basket with one who has no bread in his basket’.
Understanding the Above: