mardi 11 mars 2014

Il y a vingt ans, l'attentat terroriste du loubavitch kahaniste Baruch Goldstein à Hébron montrait la fête de Pourim sous son vrai jour



Saint Baruch Goldstein

Le juif newyorkais Baruch Goldstein était membre de la Jewish Defense League (JDL), fondée par le rabbin extrémiste Meir Kahane qui légitimait les actions violentes contre les Arabes et contre les ennemis d'Israël. C'est suite au massacre de Goldstein au tombeau des patriarches, qui fit plus d'une centaine de blessés en plus de 29 morts, que la JDL a été officiellement interdite comme organisation terroriste aux États-Unis et en Israël.

Goldstein appelait les Arabes "Amalek", du nom de l'éternel ennemi des juifs. Les écrits saints du judaïsme disent que Dieu a commandé le peuple d'Abraham de rayer Amalek de la carte, de l'exterminer purement et simplement, et que cette guerre devait durer de génération en génération (Exode 17) jusqu'à l'avènement du Messie qui le terrassera (Nombres 24, 7).

"Un million d'Arabes ne valent pas un ongle Juif", a dit le rabbin Yaacov Perrin en 1994 dans son élégie à Goldstein le jour de ses funérailles.

Le rabbin Dov Lior a dit de lui qu'il était "plus saint que tous les saints martyrs de l'Holocauste".

Le rabbin Itzakh Ginzberg a consacré un article à ce "grand homme" qui a très bien respecté le devoir juif d' "éradiquer Amalek".

Et la LDJ de France vient de faire son éloge posthume (mars 2014, l'article a été retiré du web).


French JDL Praises Baruch Goldstein’s Massacre of Palestinians
Kahanist Group Calls Israeli Murderer a 'Saint' in Eulogy

Getty Images
Kach leader Baruch Marzel wipes his eyes at the grave of Baruch
Goldstein, who killed 29 Palestinians in Hebron.



Voici l'article (retiré du web) de la LDJ du 22 février 2014:
Baruch Goldstein est un médecin israélien qui tua en 1994 à Hébron 25 colons arabes et en blessa 125 autres Dans l’affrontement il fut tué le 25 Févier 1994 Baruch Goldstein devint un héros pour de nombreux patriotes israéliens.  
Né dans le quartier de Brooklyn à New York, d’une famille juive orthodoxe. Il est marié et père de quatre enfants. Son épouse se prénomme Myriam. C’est le rabbin Meir Kahane qui les a unis, sur la rampe d’accès au mont du Temple et non, comme Goldstein le souhaitait sur le mont du Temple lui-même. Il suivit des études religieuses dans une Yeshiva et des études médicales à l’Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Devenu médecin, il émigra en Israël et s’engagea dans l’armée israélienne comme médecin militaire.  
En 1984, il se présente aux élections législatives sur la liste du Kach. Après avoir fait son aliyah, il servit dans l’armée israélienne en tant que médecin d’abord comme appelé puis réserviste. 
En 1985, lors d’une opération militaire de maintien de l’ordre, un soldat israélien tira dans les jambes d’un palestinien. Celui-ci fut conduit à l’hôpital où le Dr Goldstein se trouvait en service. Goldstein refusa de dispenser des soins au palestinien. Menacé de passer en cour martial, il fit une déclaration où il dit: « Je ne suis pas disposé à soigner des non-juifs. Je ne reconnais que deux autorités religieuses : Maïmonide et Meir Kahane ». (Meir Kahane fut également dirigeant du Kach). 
Ce refus de Goldstein, en fait, n’était pas une lubie personnelle, mais l’application directe d’une injonction du Talmud de Maïmonide, dont il se réclamait, si bien que les autorités religieuses juives prirent sa défense et parvinrent à empêcher l’armée de le punir pour avoir désobéi aux ordres. Malgré son refus de fournir une assistance médicale aux non-juifs, Goldstein fut conservé dans l’armée comme médecin militaire avec le grade de capitaine. En novembre 1990, suite à l’assassinat à New-York du rabbin Meir Kahane, Goldstein diffuse un tract menaçant : « de nombreux actes de vengeance interviendront après la perte d’une vie juive, et surtout après la perte aussi importante d’un juste. » En 1993, il est accusé d’avoir versé de l’acide sur les tapis de la mosquée du caveau des Patriarches qu’il fréquente régulièrement(3). 
Après avoir quitté l’armée, il s’installa dans la colonie de Kiryat Arba près d’Hébron, où il exerça sa profession de médecin. 
Le rabbin Yitzchak Ginsburgh du mouvement Loubavitch, publie avec trois autres membres du mouvement Kahane un recueil d’articles et de messages de soutien dans un livre de 540 pages intitulé Baroukh l’homme. Ouvrage à la mémoire du docteur Barouck Goldstein, le Saint- Que Dieu venge son sang. Il y indique que le geste de Goldstein constitue « un accomplissement de nombreux commandements de la loi juive », que « la vie d’un juif vaut plus que celle d’un non-juif », et incite à « tuer un non-juif en cas de risque, même faible, qu’il agisse (même indirectement) en vue de porter atteinte à des vies en Israël ». 
Dov Lior, le principal rabbin de Kiryat Arba, auquel Goldstein s’était adressé pour son instruction religieuse et décrit à l’époque comme un « savant talmudiste » et un « rabbin de droite de premier plan », déclare dans l’homélie funéraire qu’il prononce devant un millier de personnes à Kiryat Arba que Goldstein est « plus saint que tous les martyrs de la Shoah », conduit au désespoir par l’inaction du gouvernement contre le terrorisme arabe. 
Dans une lettre ouverte publiée deux mois après les funérailles de Goldstein par le magazine Meimad, Dov Lior se dit « surpris que de grands spécialistes de la Torah aimant Israël aient été prompts à porter des jugements sans connaître l’arrière-plan et les circonstances qui l’ont forcé à cet acte [...] Des gens mourraient devant lui et il avait entendu crier « Tuez les Juifs !» dans le caveau le jour de Pourim [...] Je suppose que tout cela réuni l’a conduit à cet acte extrême. Je ne prends pas position mais je lui donne plutôt le bénéfice du doute, comme il nous est recommandé de le faire ». 
Il maintient les termes de son éloge : « Un Juif qui est tué parce qu’il est juif devrait certainement être appelé un martyr, tout comme nous parlons de martyrs de la Shoah sans chercher à savoir comment ils ont vécu leur vie auparavant ».
Yigal Amir, le futur assassin présumé du premier ministre israélien Yitzhak Rabin, assista à la cérémonie funéraire.. 
On peut lire sur sa tombe :« Ici gît un saint, Dr. Baruch Kappel Goldstein, bénie soit la mémoire d’un homme juste et saint, que Dieu venge son sang, à celui qui dévoua son âme aux juifs, au judaïsme et au pays juif. Ses mains sont innocentes et son cœur est pur. Il fut tué en martyr de Dieu le 14 Adar, jour de Pourim de l’an 5754 ». En 2014 des cérémonies commémoratives auroint lieu en son honneur, comme chacune des années passées, dans le cimetière de Kiryat Arba.


La Ligue de défense juive (LDJ) fait l’apologie du crime ! Pourquoi le pouvoir laisse-t-il faire ?
jeudi 27 février 2014 par le Bureau National de l’UJFP
(...) Depuis des années, la LDJ qui est une organisation fasciste et violente, affiche un racisme décomplexé, notamment contre les Musulmans.
Ses agressions sont innombrables : un commissaire de police poignardé en 2002, des attaques contre la mairie de Vitry, le lycée Jeanson-de-Sailly, la librairie « Résistances », une réunion de l’AFPS. Elle a agressé entre autres Ofer Bronstein, Mouloud Aounit et Olivia Zémor.
Certaines institutions communautaires juives en France dont le CRIF manifestent plus que de la compréhension envers cette organisation fasciste et utilisent régulièrement ses services à l’occasion de manifestations publiques. La police française sait qu’il s’agit d’une organisation criminelle mais elle n’a pas d’ordre pour la poursuivre. Le pouvoir qui criminalise le BDS (Boycott, Désinvestissement, Sanctions) avec la circulaire Alliot-Marie, laisse cette bande de nervis avoir pignon sur rue en n’ayant jamais à répondre de ses actes criminels. Pourquoi ? Nous attendons la réponse.

La LDJ fait l'apologie d'un tueur de masse
Mais il y a plus grave, cette organisation terroriste, qui a droit de cité en France, qualifie les 29 hommes et enfants tombés sous les balles, alors qu’ils priaient, de « colons arabes ». Inversion accusatoire totale, alors que l’on sait que quelques centaines de colons juifs (530) pourrissent la vie de 130 000 Palestiniens dans cette ville. Le 25 février 1994, après avoir massacré 29 innocents, Baruch Goldstein rechargeait son fusil-mitrailleur afin d’aggraver le bilan macabre. De courageux Palestiniens, survivants de la tuerie, ont alors pris un extincteur et réduit la cervelle de cet assassin en bouillie. La Ligue de défense juive, en érigeant ce personnage en martyr, montre ainsi son vrai visage. Les condamnations hypocrites, sur leur site internet, de déprédations commises contre des mosquées en France ne trompent personne, hormis Manuel Valls qui ne parle jamais du danger représenté par la LDJ.

Massacre de la mosquée Hébron : l’odieux éloge de la LDJ au tueur
C’est en effet sans problème que la milice raconte d'abord un épisode de la vie de Baruch Goldstein où il refusa en 1985 de soigner un Palestinien blessé par un soldat israélien : « Menacé de passer en cour martial, il fit une déclaration où il dit: "Je ne suis pas disposé à soigner des non-juifs. Je ne reconnais que deux autorités religieuses : Maïmonide et Meir Kahane" », dirigeant du Kach assassiné en 1990. « Ce refus de Goldstein, en fait, n’était pas une lubie personnelle, mais l’application directe d’une injonction du Talmud de Maïmonide, dont il se réclamait, si bien que les autorités religieuses juives prirent sa défense et parvinrent à empêcher l’armée de le punir pour avoir désobéi aux ordres », lit-on.
La LDJ ne revient pas sur l’épisode du massacre d’Hébron mais fait référence quelques lignes plus tard à un livre du rabbin Yitzchak Ginsburgh, issu du mouvement ultra-orthodoxe loubavitch, écrit à la mémoire du Baruch Goldstein. Il indique que le geste de ce dernier « constitue "un accomplissement de nombreux commandements de la loi juive", que "la vie d’un juif vaut plus que celle d’un non-juif", et incite à "tuer un non-juif en cas de risque, même faible, qu’il agisse (même indirectement) en vue de porter atteinte à des vies en Israël" ». A aucun moment, une critique n’est apportée contre ce discours qui défigure le judaïsme et auquel la milice extrémiste acquiesce visiblement : elle a elle-même été fondée par Meir Kahane dont se prévalait Baruch Goldstein.
« Des cérémonies commémoratives auront lieu en son honneur, comme chacune des années passées, dans le cimetière de Kiryat Arba », la colonie d’Hébron d'où venait le tueur, conclut tranquillement la LDJ, qui se distingue en France par ses discours réguliers incitant à la haine et ses actions coup de poing illégales. Pourtant, les activités du groupuscule sioniste demeurent autorisées en France.



La délégation pour le voyage de Harper en Israël: le représentant de la LDJ est en arrière à droite de Frank Dimant, le représentant du B'Nai Brith!
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 B’nai Brith Canada’s Special Advisory Council to the League for Human Rights met recently with internationally recognized Human Rights and Peace Activist, Rev. Majed El Shafie was the guest speaker. The six-year-old advisory council is composed of more than 30 liaisons to the diverse multicultural communities that make up the new face of Canada. From the left: Phil Ber; Orlando Bowen; Dr. Ron Linden; Adam Bercovici; Tod McCarthy; Joey Garnet; Demir Delen; Tyler-Rose Zidenberg; Dr. Odida Quamina; Debra Zidenberg; Dr. Aubrey Zidenberg, International Vice President & Chair Special Advisory Council to the League for Human Rights; Guest Speaker Rev. Majed El Shafie, One Free World International; Howard Shearer; Dr. Frank Dimant, CEO B’nai Brith Canada; Julius Suraski [JDL!!!]; Aubrey Langhorne; Dhaman Kissoon; George Ramocon; Consul General of Jamaica; Nick Memme; Herbert Moon, and Ron Yamanaka. Absent from the photo: Rochelle Wilner; Sam Eskenasi, Media Relations, and Anita Bromberg, national director, legal affairs, both of B’nai Brith Canada.

The five key groups on Stephen Harper's Middle East delegation
Julius Suraski, an event co-ordinator for the Jewish Defence League of Canada, has also joined the larger delegation. The organization is an ardent supporter of Israel and has taken a sometimes confrontational approach [LOL!!!!] to political issues in Canada and the Middle East.

Fight Club: Is the JDL now mainstream?

The JDL Chai?  The Jewish Defense League, started by Kahane in 1968, has returned to North America.


JDL disrupts U of T BDS launch at OISE Si le mouvement BDS faisait la même chose, il y aurait des arrestations... on dénoncerait l'intimidation, voire le terrorisme des activistes... Mais quand c'est la LDJ qui frappe, on dit que justice est faite et qu'ils respectent la loi, collaborent avec les autorités, etc.!

TERRORISM IS LEGAL IN CANADA
The JDL is a Kahanist organization that has been banned in Israel and the United States as a terrorist group. Its Canadian branch has been implicated in a long line of vigilante violence and fear-mongering. The fact that such a piece of dreck can solicit in a respectable Jewish establishment should make us sick to our collective stomachs.

24-year Anniversary Of Rabbi Meir Kahane’s Murder Commemorated In Israel

Waving placards and appealing to all levels of government to condemn those in Canada who support terrorist activities, demonstrators at a memorial vigil and protest organized by the Jewish Defence League of Canada also called for the closing of the Palestinian House Educational and Cultural Centre.

JDL vigil at Palestine House ends peacefully Si c'était une "vigile" islamique contre les sionistes, la police serait rentrée dans le tas de "Terroristes"...

JDL pushes ahead with plans to expand into Montreal

Controversial Jewish Defense League being revived in Montreal

Une organisation juive perçue comme extrémiste veut s'implanter à Montréal 

JDL Canada and CIJA clash over Montreal expansion

Denis Coderre To Jewish Defence League: You're Not Welcome In Montreal

Concerns about controversial Jewish group setting up in Montreal

Opposition against Jewish Defence League in Montreal growing

Jewish Defense League thugs found guilty of assault at Palestine event in London




Lundi 4 août 2014
http://accommodementsoutremont.blogspot.com
LES SBIRES DÉBARQUENT EN VILLE

Croyez-le ou non, il y a dix jours, l’avenue Bernard a été le théâtre d’une alerte à la roquette. Pendant que les amateurs de pain tressé et de babka au chocolat faisaient la file devant la célèbre boulangerie Cheskies, des sonneries sont devenues folles toutes en même temps. D’un même réflexe, des Juifs hassidiques présents dans la boutique ont frénétiquement fouillé les poches de leurs redingotes noires pour en extirper leurs téléphones cellulaires aux abois. L’application Red Alert les avertissait qu’une roquette venait d’être lancée et qu’elle exploserait bientôt.
Dans la foule de clients de la boulangerie du Plateau, même les hipsters capotaient. Ils n’en revenaient pas qu’à Montréal, autant de Juifs aient téléchargé cette application pour connaître en temps réel le moment où une roquette quittait… la Bande de Gaza en direction d’une ville israélienne!
 
Avec cette psychose paranoïde qui semble s’être répandue jusque dans les boutiques du boulevard BCBG d’Outremont/Mile-End, faut-il s’étonner qu’aujourd’hui même (dimanche), la Ligue de défense juive (LDJ) ait décidé d’annoncer l’ouverture prochaine de l’aile québécoise de l’organisme à la réputation sulfureuse?
C’est un certain Meir Weinstein, le fondateur de la succursale de la LDJ de Toronto, qui est déterminé à implanter la branche guerrière en terre québécoise.


2 août 2014: Meir Weinstein entouré de ses gorilles, au centre-ville de Montréal

Cet ancien garde du corps a depuis longtemps juré loyauté au rabbin Kahane, fondateur de ce groupe d’extrême droite raciste et pourchasseurs d’Arabes. Mieux! Weinstein a toujours refusé de condamner l’attentat perpétré en 1994 par le terroriste de la LDJ américaine Baruch Goldstein qui a assassiné 29 Palestiniens au Tombeau des Patriarches. En avril 2011, la page Facebook LDJ de Toronto invitait ses membres à une manifestation aux bureaux de la communauté gaie Pride Toronto. Selon le Daily Xtra, l’invitation assimilait les gais aux... nazis!

Heureusement que le Centre consultatif des relations juives et israéliennes veille au grain... et à l'ivraie. 



Tandis que son vice-président pour le Québec, Luciano del Negro, estimait ce soir à Radio-Canada qu'il n'y a pas de raison de s'inquiéter, son porte-parole David Ouellette soutenait, il y a quelques jours que les activités de la LDJ respectent les lois canadiennes. La lettre, c’est à voir, mais l’esprit, sûrement pas. 

Commentant l’annonce de cette implantation imminente, Joël Lion, consul général israélien à Montréal, a, pour sa part, prétendu sur les ondes de TVA que «le mainstream de la communauté ne la voit pas d’un bon œil ». Plus tôt, il avait rappelé qu’en Israël, les parlementaires de la Knesset avaient l’habitude de quitter l’enceinte parlementaire lorsque le rabbin Kahane prenait la parole.
 
Mais au Canada, tous ne semblent pas fuir comme la peste ces fanatiques qui donnent l’impression de vouloir s’inspirer du Commando des bâtards, de Tarantino.


Le 23 avril 2013, le Jewish Tribune publiait une photo montrant Frank Dimant, le Président-Directeur Général de B’nai Brith Canada aux côtés de Julius Suraski, un membre tellement impliqué au sein du groupe extrémiste qu’il a fait partie du voyage de Stephen Harper en Israël, en janvier 2014, à titre de coordinateur d’un évènement de la LDJ. 

Frank Dimant aux côtés de l'extrémiste Julius Suraski

La présence d’une personnalité de ce groupuscule dont la division états-unienne est qualifiée d’organisation «terroriste», «violente» et «extrémiste» était d’autant plus saugrenue que Suraski participait au conseil consultatif spécial de B’nai Brith Canada pour la Ligue des… droits de l’Homme! Peace & Love, you bet!

Alléguant avoir reçu plusieurs coups de fil de gens de la communauté juive de Montréal qui auraient été victimes d'actes antisémites, Weinstein a manifestement envie d’en découdre avec des organisations qui, à ses yeux, présentent une menace. Pourtant, pas plus tard que la semaine dernière, un porte-parole de la SPVM a été catégorique. Ces derniers temps, alors que la guerre entre Israël et la Palestine échauffe sérieusement les esprits, six plaintes auraient été reçues par les forces policières . C’est six de trop, j'en conviens, mais ce n’est sûrement pas avec les gros bras de ces têtes brûlées que le problème se résoudra. À moins que l'idée soit de faire monter la pression et de mettre de l'huile sur le feu.

Le gouvernement du Québec prétextera-t-il les accommodements raisonnables pour souhaiter la bienvenue à la Ligue de défense juive? Souhaitons que les autorités québécoises mettent vite ces tristes sbires au ban de la société.
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March 10, 2014, 2:40pm
The Dark Side of Purim
By Shaul Magid
These days, many liberal Jews think of Purim as a play date for the kids and a night of drunken debauchery for the grown-ups. We think of costumes and songs and noisemakers, a kind of carnival spirit. But the levity with which we approach Purim is actually pretty astonishing. Because this holiday, fun as it may seem on the surface, has a dark and dangerous underside to it.
Orthodox Israeli scientist and philosopher Yeshayahu Leibowitz (1903-1994) was once asked whether he would consider living outside Israel. Leibowitz allegedly responded that, no, he would not, one reason being that Israel was the only place he could live where he never had to celebrate Purim. On Purim he would be in Jerusalem (as a walled city, Jerusalem celebrates Purim a day after everyone else, called Shushan Purim) and on the evening after Purim Leibowitz would travel to Tel Aviv. Thus he never had to read the Megillah nor drink to celebrate an act of bloody revenge — that time we killed Haman, his sons and 75,000 of the Jews’ enemies throughout the ancient Persian empire. In typical fashion, Leibowitz cut to the chase. Purim is essentially about the celebration of violence. Let us not forget that on Purim we drink to celebrate blotting out the nation of Amalek, of whom Haman is said to be a descendant. The Shabbat before Purim, called Shabbat Zakhor, Jews gather in synagogues to read the only biblically mandated Torah reading of the year, the verses that command genocide against the Amalekites. Perhaps we are commanded to get so inebriated on Purim to simulate the seemingly paradoxical notion of blotting out the memory of Haman through the very act of remembering Amalek. We must remember not only to not forget, but to blot out the enemy — not mercifully, but through genocide. It is true that the rabbis long ago were aware of the danger of this commandment and put it to rest by saying we no longer know who Amalek is. But as Elliot Horowitz shows in painful detail in his must-read book Reckless Rites: Purim and the Legacy of Jewish Violence, Jews never really gave up on Amalek. In his introduction he cites an interview Jeffrey Goldberg did with now Knesset member Moshe Feiglin in Haaretz in 1994. Feiglin told Goldberg “that although he could not link the Arabs with Amalek ‘genetically,’ their behavior was ‘typical of Amalek.’” What did Feiglin imply here? A young settler, Ayelet, was asked if she thought Amalek was alive today, and she said to Goldberg, “Of course,” and pointed toward an Arab village in the distance. This Purim is the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Hebron massacre. Since then, every year at this time many Jews feel a twinge of embarrassment as they remember Baruch Goldstein, the American-Israeli who murdered 29 Palestinian Muslims at the Cave of the Patriarchs on Purim 20 years ago. But a mere twinge of embarrassment is too easy. Moshe Feiglin is an elected member of the Israeli government. And Ayelet is not an atypical settler supported by the government. And Goldstein’s grave in Kiryat Arba is a shrine for a whole community of Israelis. Amalek is arguably alive today in the minds of many Jews in ways it has not been in a long time (I recently saw a picture of Ahmadinejad with Hamantaschen ears on the Internet). An enemy is one thing. Amalek is something quite different. I have taken Purim very seriously my entire adult life. And I have paid for it the next day in spades. But Baruch Goldstein ruined that for me. It was a loss of innocence. Like many others, I could never celebrate Purim the same way after 1994. Because the problem with the Jews today is not only the liberals who don’t take Purim seriously. It is also the Jews who take Purim seriously. Very seriously. Too seriously. (...)

The Baruch Goldstein effect The massacre’s price - an exorbitant one - is being paid to this day by the settlers in the West Bank. On the day after the massacre, parts of the nation started to sever their emotional ties with the settlements.(...)
Since the massacre - and despite it - the settlements have tripled their population, growing from 115,000 people in 1993 to some 365,000 in 2013.


INTRODUCTION TO RECKLESS RITES - PURIM AND THE LEGACY OF JEWISH VIOLENCE [compte-rendu en français ici]
by Elliott Horowitz, Princeton University Press.
By the time Rabbi Wasserman was killed by the Nazis in 1941, the latter had become the universally recognized Amalekites of their day, temporarily blotting out the memory of all others. Yet late in the twentieth century the notion of Jewish Amalekites again gained currency, finding expression, for example, in an article by the Bar-Ilan professor and West Bank resident Hillel Weiss that appeared in Ha-Zofeh, the newspaper published by Israel's National Religious Party, on Purim of 1994. On that very day Dr. Baruch Goldstein--another West bank resident--opened fire, with his army-issued semi-automatic rifle, on dozens of Muslims who were praying inside the mosque at the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron, killing twenty nine. [6]
At the time, I was living in Jerusalem, barely an hour's drive north from Hebron, and was working on a Hebrew version of an article about the history of Purim violence that became the genesis of this volume. [7] The realization, as the news came in sometimes contradictory spurts over the radio, and as I saw the raucous celebrations in the center of Jerusalem continuing unabated, that there was a clear connection between past Purims and the present one was both exhilarating and disturbing. It became clear to me that another chapter had written itself into the history of Purim--a carnivalesque holiday of reversal that celebrates the triumph of the Jews, during the days of Mordecai and Esther, over the genocidal plot of their archenemy Haman, who was hanged on the gallows that he had planned for Mordecai.
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Haman is referred to repeatedly in the book of Esther as an Agagite--that is, descendant of the Amalekite king Agag. The Torah reading for the morning of Purim is taken from the account in Exodus (17:8-16) of the battle at Rephidim, after which God vowed that He would have war with Amalek "from generation to generation." And the Sabbath before Purim, called the "Sabbath of Memory," is even more infused with mordant memories of Israel's encounters with its archenemy. The special Torah reading, drawn from the book of Deuteronomy (25:17-19), from which that Sabbath draws its name, opens with the command to "remember what Amalek did" and concludes with the ringing (yet to some chilling) exhortation to "blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven." And the reading from the Prophets for the Sabbath before Purim is taken from the aforementioned account (in 1 Sam. 15) of Saul's ill-fated war against the Amalekites, from which their king alone was spared until the prophet Samuel dramatically "hewed Agag in pieces before the Lord in Gilgal." Although my article on Purim, whose treatment began in the fifth century, stretched ambitiously into the nineteenth, I decided after the Hebron massacre of 1994 to be even more ambitious and extend my story to the present. (...)
The following year, in 1990, the Purim parade departed from Beit Hadassah toward the Tomb of the Patriarchs, and in that year, too, Palestinian flags were burned in the streets of Arab Hebron. Some of the Jewish participants were again provocatively dressed as Palestinians, but Noam Arnon, then spokesman for the settler organization Gush Emunim, chose to wear a "Peace Now" t-shirt with a kaffiyeh on his head--suggesting an inner affinity between those two sartorial objects. Four years later the holiday of Purim coincided with the first Friday of Ramadan--as delicate a situation as one could imagine in the embattled city of the Patriarchs. On that fateful Friday morning Dr. Goldstein brought his semi-automatic rifle with him to Purim prayers at the Tomb of the Patriarchs and fired into the neighboring room where Muslims were at prayer. Since then, for me and for many others, Purim has never been the same.
In Hebron, however, little changed, even after the murder, in November 1995, of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin by Yigal Amir, a law student at Bar-Ilan University (where I was then teaching) and an admirer of Goldstein. [11] On Purim of 1997, according to Haaretz correspondent Amira Segev, Hebron's traditional Purim parade, which by then departed from the Jewish "neighborhood" of Tel Rumeida, was headed by a Lubavitch "mitzvah tank," and Noam Arnon, who by then had become spokesman for the Jewish community of Hebron, (cross-) dressed as the outspoken left-wing parliamentarian Shulamit Aloni, who had been a minister in Rabin's government. One young woman was dressed as Margalit Har-Shefi, a Bar-Ilan law student and West Bank resident who had been arrested in connection with her classmate's assassination of Yitzhak Rabin.
In 1998 the Purim parade again stretched from Tel Rumeida to the Tomb of the Patriarchs, the site of the 1994 Purim massacre. Noam Federman, a Kahanist resident of Tel Rumeida, was dressed, according to Haaretz correspondent Tami Sokol, as Leah Rabin in witch's garb, with a sticker that ominously read "Shalom, Leah"--a ghoulish allusion to Bill Clinton's famous words of farewell to Yitzhak Rabin at the latter's funeral. And one of the settler children was dressed as the local Jewish saint, Dr. Baruch Goldstein, wearing a stethoscope and carrying a rifle. He was apparently one of many local Jewish children that year who chose that macabre masquerade--presumably with the approval of their parent. [12]
Purim in Hebron after 1994 was like Purim in Hebron since 1981, only more so--with a new Jewish hero for Jewish children to dress up as. And in Jerusalem the fashion of categorizing fellow Jews as Amalekites reached new highs--or lows. In late February of 1996, after a bus blew up on Jaffa road, a reporter for Ma'ariv heard a passerby exclaim: "This is all due to the leftists of Meretz. We will take care of them. For us they are Amalek."[13](...)
In its editorial on the recent spate of anti-Christian incidents in Jerusalem Haaretz referred to "the increasingly wild Jewish-nationalist-religious atmosphere" in the city, which, I might add, is equally true of Hebron. In both holy cities holy tombs have become sites of religious violence, and in both cities acts of violence against non-Jews have clustered around the days between Shabbat Zakhor and Purim. It was over the holiday of Purim that religious settlers from Kiryat Arbah festively reconquered Beit Hadassah from an Arab upholsterer in 1981, it was on that holiday that Dr. Goldstein of Kiryat Arbah gunned down twenty-nine prostrate Muslims at the Tomb of the Patriarchs in 1994, and it was on the Sabbath before that holiday that one year later Moshe Ehrenfeld spat conspicuously in the presence of an Armenian procession in Jerusalem. It may be added that Daniel Rossing, a former advisor on Christian affairs to Israel's Religious Affairs Ministry, recently told a reporter that anti-Christian incidents tend to occur at "certain times of the year, such as during the Purim holiday." Rossing, in fact, knows Christians in Israel "who lock themselves indoors during the entire Purim holiday." [25] Some may derive a measure of solace from recalling that for centuries Jews in Christian countries would do the same between Good Friday and Easter.[26] (...)


Pourim expliqué aux terroristes sionistes

mars 4, 2013
mounadil.blogspot.com
Ran HaCohen propose un papier sur la fête juive de Pourim qui est l’occasion pour les fidèles de se déguiser mais aussi de se saouler la gueule, ce qui serait d’après lui une des obligations liées à cette fête.
Toujours d’après Ran HaCohen, La fête de Pourim est intrinsèquement associée à la violence, celle qu’auraient subie les Juifs d’après le Livre d’Esther et celle que les Juifs auraient pour obligation d’infliger à leurs ennemis identifiés à Amalek/Haman.
Cette obligation allant jusqu’à l’extermination, Dieu faisant même le reproche à Saül d’avoir péché en épargnant le roi Agag qui aurait été un ancêtre d’Haman, le vizir de l’empereur Perse qui avait comploté pour exterminer les Juifs.
Ran HaCohen rappelle justement que certains actes de violence contre les palestiniens coïncident avec la fête de Pourim tel le massacre perpétré à Hébron aux cris de Joyeux Pourim» par Baruch Goldstein en 1994.(...)


Wikipedia - Amalek
After Baruch Goldstein's massacre of Palestinians at the Mosque in Hebron, Rabbi Arthur Waskow argued that Goldstein had decided to 'blot out the memory of Amalek' by machine-gunning the Palestinian worshippers, and commented:
So then, in our generation, for some Jews the Palestinians become Amalek. Some Palestinians are terrorists? Some Palestinians call publicly for the State of Israel to be shattered? The archetypes of fear slide into place: all Palestinians are Amalek. And the fantasies of the powerless become the actions of the powerful. For in our generation, Jews have power.’[30]

Wikipedia - Baruch Goldstein
On February 25, 1994, that year's Purim day, Goldstein entered a room in the Cave of the Patriarchs that was serving as a mosque, wearing "his army uniform with the insignia of rank, creating the image of a reserve officer on active duty." [15] He then opened fire, killing 29 worshippers and wounding more than 125.[16] Mosque guard Mohammad Suleiman Abu Saleh said he thought that Goldstein was trying to kill as many people as possible and described how there were "bodies and blood everywhere".[17] Eventually, Goldstein was overcome and beaten to death by survivors of the massacre.[18] According to Ian Lustick, "by mowing down Arabs he believed wanted to kill Jews, Goldstein was reenacting part of the Purim story."[19]
Palestinian protests immediately followed the shooting; in the following week, 25 Palestinians were killed by the Israel Defense Forces, and five Israelis were killed as well.[20] Following the riots, Israel imposed a two-week curfew on the 120,000 Palestinian residents of Hebron, while the 400 Jewish settlers of H2 were free to move around.[21] Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin telephoned PLO leader Yasser Arafat, and described the attack as a "loathsome, criminal act of murder".[17] The Israeli government condemned the massacre, and responded by arresting followers of Meir Kahane, forbidding certain settlers from entering Arab towns, and demanding that those settlers turn in their army-issued rifles.[4] Goldstein was immediately "denounced with shocked horror even by the mainstream Orthodox",[5] and most in Israel classified Goldstein as insane.[6]
Gravesite and shrine

Goldstein's tomb.
Goldstein is buried across from the Meir Kahane Memorial Park in Kiryat Arba, a Jewish settlement adjacent to Hebron. The park is named in memory of Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the Israeli far-right political party Kach, a group classified by the United States and Israeli governments as a terrorist organization. Goldstein was a long-time devotee of Kahane.[1]
The gravesite has become a pilgrimage site for Jewish extremists; a plaque near the grave reads "To the holy Baruch Goldstein, who gave his life for the Jewish people, the Torah and the nation of Israel." At least 10,000 people have visited the grave since the massacre.[7] In 1996, members of the Labor Party called for the shrine-like landscaped prayer area near the grave to be removed, and Israeli security officials expressed concern that the grave would encourage extremists.[22] In 1999, following passage of a law designed to prohibit monuments to terrorists, and an associated Supreme Court ruling, the Israeli Army bulldozed the shrine and prayer area set up near Goldstein's grave.[23]
Veneration of Goldstein and celebration of the massacre
At Goldstein's funeral, Rabbi Yaacov Perrin claimed that even one million Arabs are "not worth a Jewish fingernail".[24][25][26] Samuel Hacohen, a teacher at a Jerusalem college, declared Goldstein the "greatest Jew alive, not in one way but in every way" and said that he was "the only one who could do it, the only one who was 100 percent perfect."[25][26] In contrast, mainstream Jewish religious leaders "rejected the suggestion that killing Palestinians with an automatic rifle" was authorized by the Torah.[24] Rabbi Dov Lior of Kiryat Arba declared that Goldstein was "holier than all the martyrs of the Holocaust."[27] In the weeks following the massacre, hundreds of Israelis traveled to Goldstein's grave to celebrate Goldstein's actions. Some Hasidim danced and sang around his grave.[28] According to one visitor to the gravesite in the wake of the attacks, "If [Goldstein] stopped these so-called peace talks, then he is truly holy because this is not real peace."[28] Some visitors declared Goldstein a "saint" and "hero of Israel".[28]
The phenomenon of the adoration of Goldstein's tomb persisted for years.[7] The grave's epitaph said that Goldstein "gave his life for the people of Israel, its Torah and land".[8] In 1999, after the passing of Israeli legislation outlawing monuments to terrorists, the Israeli army dismantled the shrine that had been built to Goldstein at the site of his interment. However, the tombstone and its epitaph, calling Goldstein a martyr with clean hands and a pure heart, was left untouched.[8] In the years after the dismantling of the shrine, radical Jewish settlers continued to celebrate the anniversary of the massacre in the West Bank, sometimes even dressing up themselves or their children to look like Goldstein.[7][29]
In 2010, Jewish settlers were criticized that during celebrations of Purim they sang songs praising Baruch Goldstein's massacre demonstratively in front of their Arab neighbours. A phrase from the song reads "Dr. Goldstein, there is none other like you in the world. Dr. Goldstein, we all love you… he aimed at terrorists' heads, squeezed the trigger hard, and shot bullets, and shot, and shot."[30](...)


GOLIATH: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel, by Max Blumenthal
The genocidal philosophy expressed in Torat Ha’Melech[King's Torah]  emerged from the fevered atmosphere of a settlement called Yitzhar located in the northern West Bank near the Palestinian city of Nablus. There, Shapira helps lead the settlement’s Od Yosef Chai yeshiva, holding sway over a small army of fanatics eager to terrorize the Palestinians tending to their crops and livestock in the valleys below them. Shapira was raised in an infl uential religious nationalist family. Like Yaakov Yosef, he took a radical turn after joining the Chabad sect under the tutelage of Rabbi Yitzchok Ginsburgh, the director of Yitzhar’s Od Yosef Chai yeshiva who defended seven of his students who murdered an innocent Palestinian girl by asserting the superiority of Jewish blood. In 1994, when the Jewish fanatic Baruch Goldstein massacred 29 Palestinian worshippers at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, Ginsburgh lionized Goldstein in a lengthy article titled “Baruch, Hagever,” or “Baruch, the Great Man.” Ginsburgh cast Goldstein’s murder spree as an act consistent with core Halakhic teachings, from the importance of righteous revenge to the necessity of the “eradication of the seed of Amalek.”
While Ginsburgh and Shapira provided the halakhic seal of approval for settler rampages in the north of the West Bank, in the south, their comrade, Dov Lior, the chief rabbi of Hebron, has cheered on the murder of anyone, Jew or non-Jew, who appeared to interfere with the redemptive cause of Greater Israel. At the funeral for Baruch Goldstein, Lior extolled the mass killer as “a righteous man” who was “holier than all the martyrs of the Holocaust.” Thanks in part to Lior’s efforts, a shrine to Goldstein stands inside the Jewish settlement of Kiryat Arba, where Lior presides over the yeshiva. At the same time, Lior pronounced Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin a moser (a Jew who snitches to the goyim) and a rodef (a traitor worthy of elimination), helping establish the religious justification for Yigal Amir, one of Lior’s admirers, to assassinate him.  

Prominent Israeli terrorist rabbi Dov Lior calls for "cleansing" of Palestinians
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Le rabbin Dov Lior: « Le sperme des Non-Juifs donne naissance une progéniture cruelle et barbare »

Le rabbin Dov Lior autorise de voler les récoltes et d'empoisonner l'eau des Palestiniens

Un mandat d'arrêt émis contre le rabbin Dov Lior pour incitation au meurtre des non-juifs déclenche la colère de centaines de fanatiques

Le rabbin Ginzburg et le rabbin Shapira, auteur d'un livre qui approuve le meurtre des non-juifs, ont le soutien d'une douzaine de rabbins israéliens importants, incluant Dov Lior

Zionist rabbi Dov Lior calls for building ‘camel stables’ for Arabs elsewhere so holy land is ‘cleansed of terrorists’ 

Yitzhak Ginsburg (fiche Wikipedia):
In 1994, Ginsburgh received widespread criticism for his article "Baruch Hagever"[16] in which he praised Baruch Goldstein who had massacred 29 Palestinian worshippers at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.[17][18] Rabbi Ginsburgh wrote that it is possible to view Baruch Goldstein's act as following five Halachic principles, namely "sanctification of God's name", "saving life" (referring to testimonies that he had allegedly received regarding a planned Arab massacre of Jews[19]), "revenge", "eradication of the seed of Amalek" and "war".[20] Motti Inbari commented on this:
In his writings, Ginzburg gives prominence to Halachic and kabbalistic approaches that emphasize the distinction between Jew and non-Jew (Gentile), imposing a clear separation and hierarchy in this respect. He claims that while the Jews are the Chosen People and were created in God's image, the Gentiles do not have this status.... Ginzburg stated that, on the theoretical level, if a Jew requires a liver transplant to survive, it would be permissible to seize a Gentile and take their liver forcefully. From this point only a small further step is required to actively encourage and support the killing of non-Jews, as Ginzburg did in the case of Goldstein.[21]


Flashback 2009 - Cisjordanie : un rabbin déclare que les Juifs peuvent tuer les enfants et bébés qui « menacent » Israël
Contre-Info
mar., 19 nov. 2013 00:28 CST
 
Un rabbin de Cisjordanie a publié il y a deux semaines un livre dans lequel il autorise les Juifs à tuer les « Gentils » qui « menacent » Israël. Rabbi Yitzhak Shapiro, qui dirige une yeshiva (centre d'étude talmudique), précise dans son ouvrage La Torah du roi, que même les bébés et les enfants peuvent être tués s'ils représentent une menace pour la nation... « Il est permis de tuer les Justes parmi les Nations, même si ils ne sont pas responsables de la situation menaçante », écrit-il aussi, ajoutant : « Si nous tuons un païen qui a péché ou a violé l'un des sept commandements - parce que nous nous soucions des commandements - il n'y a rien de mal à l'assassiner ». Plusieurs rabbins éminents, dont le rabbin Yithak Ginzburg et le rabbin Yaakov Yosef, ont recommandé le livre à leurs élèves et disciples.Il faut dire que lorsque l'on connait le Talmud, ces thèses ne sont guère étonnantes... Source : Haaretz



LE CREDO SHOATIQUE
1-Quiconque n'est pas sioniste est antisémite.
2-L'antisémitisme, la mère des crimes contre l'humanité, nous menace tous, c'est pourquoi la lutte contre l'antisémitisme est la plus haute priorité.
3-L'antisémitisme n'est sûrement pas une "théorie du complot", puisque les théories du complot sont délirantes et alimentent l'antisémitisme le plus abject et mortifère.
4-L'antisémitisme, le complot contre les juifs est une guerre contre Dieu.
5-Satan, le Mal en personne est l'antisémite, le nazi.
6-La Shoah est d'actualité même après plus de 70 ans, car elle risque à tout moment de se produire à nouveau.



AMALEK C'EST "LA HAINE" À L'ÉTAT PUR, dixit juif.org.
http://www.juif.org/le-mag/509,amalek.php
Amalek, c’est la haine à l’état pur, irrationnelle, c’est l’ignorance, la cruauté, la barbarie, la lâcheté, le non-respect de la vie, le mauvais, c’est le mal, c’est la volonté de destruction et de  mort, c’est l’ennemi juré du Peuple Juif. Aussi nous avons le devoir de nous souvenir de ce que nous a fait Amalek, lorsque nous sommes sortis d’Egypte, dans le désert alors que nous nous dirigions vers le Sinaï pour recevoir la Torah.
Chaque génération se lève un ou plusieurs Amalek.
A notre époque, nous pouvons constater que ce concept Amalek est plus que jamais présent dans notre génération.
Puisse Ha Shem, en cette veille de Shabbat, et de la fête de Pourim nous délivrer du mal.
«Zakhor» : «Souviens-toi»
par Haim Nisenbaum
A quelques jours de la fête de Pourim, le dernier Chabbat qui la précède, les synagogues retentissent d’une lecture particulière, celle d’un texte de la Torah qui donne justement son nom à ce jour : « Zakhor » ou « souviens-toi ». On le dit souvent, de manière générale et avec juste raison, le peuple juif a une longue mémoire. De fait, il a appris, depuis bien longtemps, à se souvenir car il sait que l’oubli du passé engendre les avenirs dépourvus de sens. Pourtant, il y a ici quelque chose de plus. Le souvenir auquel nous sommes conviés avec une insistance remarquable est celui de la guerre cruelle que fit Amalek aux Hébreux alors que, sortant d’Egypte, ceux-ci marchaient vers le Sinaï et le Don de la Torah. Il est vrai que cette histoire dépasse largement le niveau de l’anecdote. Ce n’est pas d’une rencontre belliqueuse avec un autre peuple qu’il s’agit, comme il en exista tant dans l’antiquité. Amalek incarne ici une véritable opposition à tout ce qui est saint et, d’abord, au lien qui se tisse alors entre D.ieu et Son peuple.
Si on relit ce texte à proximité immédiate de Pourim, c’est parce que, selon la généalogie traditionnelle, Amalek fut aussi l’ancêtre d’Haman et que, dans un cas comme dans l’autre, leur tentative d’en finir avec le peuple juif et son message aboutit à leur défaite et à leur disparition. L’ordre « souviens-toi » prend ainsi tout son sens. Depuis lors, le peuple juif a traversé bien des siècles, bien des pays et bien des cultures. Il a parfois rencontré le bonheur et souvent l’épreuve. Il a parfois vécu dans la sérénité et souvent dans l’incertitude. Et, lorsque les ombres ont grandi, lorsque l’exil a semblé devenir plus obscur encore, il a su ne pas désespérer, continuer son chemin avec le courage et la ténacité que donnent l’expérience des choses déjà vécues et la conscience du but à atteindre. Il a su voir la chute de ceux qui voulaient sa perte.
Alors que Pourim se lève à l’horizon, tel une indépassable lumière, les échos de cette histoire résonnent à nos oreilles avec un bruit familier, presque comme si l’on parlait d’événements de notre temps. Ce n’est guère étonnant : la Torah n’est-elle pas parole d’éternité ? Il existe toujours des « Amalek » ou des « Haman » que le peuple juif dérange par sa fidélité et sa constance. Prêts à tout, ils n’ont de cesse que d’éteindre sa voix. Nous savons qu’ils n’y parviendront pas. Eternellement libre, le peuple juif reste lui-même. Ne renonçant jamais à son héritage spirituel ni à sa mission, il sait que, derrière les nuages qui s’amoncellent, le soleil brille toujours. Il sait que le sort de l’obscurité est de s’évanouir et qu’inéluctablement, la lumière vaincra. Pourim n’est-il pas le temps de la joie ?
La Rédac souhaite à tous une excellente fête de Pourim dans la Joie, et que ceux qui fomentent contre D.ieu et son peuple reçoivent le sort en retour de ce qu’ils voulaient nous infliger.
Bénis soient ceux qui bénissent Israël


DR DAVID DUKE - Purim: A Festival of Hate and an Insight into How Jewish Supremacists view Gentiles
(...)Rabbi Herzfeld is no lightweight Jew. His synagogue is important enough to be referred as the National Synagogue of the United States and Herzfeld is National Vice-President of a major Jewish organization, Coalition of Jewish Concerns—Amcha.
Rabbi Herzfeld tells that most Jewish commentators understand the lesson as need to commit genocide on those seen as enemies of Jews, not just on the transgressors but their descendants as well. Here is an excerpt:
Most commentators understand the Purim story as correcting King Shaul’s failure to wipe out Amalek. The first king of Israel was Shaul the son of Kish. He was appointed king by the prophet, Shmuel. Shmuel commands him to wipe out Amalek—to kill all the people, as well as all the animals. Shmuel defeats Amalek, yet he shows mercy upon the King of Amalek, Agag, and allows him to live. In addition, he takes the best of the animals as booty. When Shmuel hears this he tells Shaul, “karah Hashem et mamlachut Yisrael me-alekha, God has torn away the Kingship of Israel from you.” Thus, Shaul loses the kingdom on account of the fact that he did not kill Agag and the Jews took the booty of Amalek.
Mordechai is a descendant of Shaul. He is Mordechai ben Yair…ben Kish, from the tribe of Benjamin. Mordechai does battle with Haman the Agagite, a descendant of King Agag. Mordechai defeats Haman and kills not only him, but also his ten sons. Mordechai shows no mercy upon Agag’s descendant Haman…
As most commentators explain, Mordechai fixes the damage done by Shaul’s sin. Where Shaul could not kill Agag, Mordechai kills Haman; where Shaul took the booty of Amalek, Mordechai does not allow the Jews to take the booty of Haman.
The lesson is clear, when it comes to Gentile enemies, you must show no mercy, completely wipe them out, “kill all the people, as well as all the animals.” Mordecai, the hero of Purim, doesn’t make that mistake, and he sees the lesson as very clear, Jews today shouldn’t make that mistake either.
The mainstream Jews as represented by the National Synagogue take this message to heart. Unfortunately, many other Jews have done so as well. One Jew who did so was Rabbi Baruch Goldstein who on Purim in 1994 went into the religious Shrine of the Patriarchs and while they knelt in prayer, Goldstein used a machine gun to kill 30 and wound 150 Palestinians.
Fortunately, there are a few courageous Jewish rabbis, a small minority, who recognize the hate and extremism promoted by Purim. Rabbi Arthur Waskow speaks about it in his article, The Renewal of Purim and the Fast of Esther.
…The hilarity of Purim will be shadowed by the horror of the Purim of 1994 — the mass murder of 30 Muslims prostrate in prayer, carried out by a religiously committed Jew who said he was acting in the name of God
…The date of the Hebron massacre was no accident of timing: Purim itself played a role in creating that horror….
Another Jewish voice, Rabbi J. Jacobs also reveals the hateful nature of Purim and the association of non-Jews, such as Palestinians, with Amalek.
In recent years, some have likened the Palestinians to Amalek and, as such, have justified any violence against this people. It is no coincidence that Baruch Goldstein, a fanatical Jewish settler in the West Bank, chose Purim day to carry out his 1994 massacre of Palestinian worshipers in Hebron. When equated, by those of a certain political viewpoint, to the contemporary Jewish experience, the Purim story becomes an incitement to violence and not simply a satire about a distant time and place. The seriousness with which some have understood the megillah’s apparent sanction of mass murder demands that those of us bothered by the ending of the story offer an equally serious ethical response.
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However, the ethical response has not come, and Jewish groups around the world are ramping up the hate engendered at Purim toward a man the Jewish extremists consider the latest Haman.
According to The Jerusalem Post on February 26, 2007, Jewish extremists in Israel are organizing 10,000 Jewish children to pray for the death of former President Ahmadinejad of Iran.
Feb. 26, 2007 8:59
Kids’ prayers aimed against Ahmadinejad
By Matthew Wagner Hoping for a modern-day re-occurrence of Purim’s miraculous story of redemption from a Persian ruler, a Jerusalem-based kabbalist hopes to battle Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s nuclear threat with children’s prayers.
On Sunday at the Succat David elementary school, Rabbi David Batzri, head of the Shalom Yeshiva, launched a nationwide campaign to enlist 10,000 young children in a prayer rally against Ahmadinejad before Purim.
The caption on the photo accompanying the article reads:
Ultra Orthodox boys attend a special prayer calling for the death of Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, at a religious school in Jerusalem, Sunday.
Understanding the genocidal and hateful source of the Purim story is essential to understanding the radical Jewish extremism that permeates far too much of the mainstream Jewish community.
In the Purim story, a supposed conspiracy to kill Jews in mass is used as a justification for Jews to commit a genocide of their own that they boisterously celebrate every year for 2500 years.
They use the lesson of Purim as a lesson not of love and redemption, but a celebration of hate and the need to be completely merciless with their enemies.
Now, Zionist extremists with extensive power in media and governments around the world are planning a new genocide. This time it is against Iran. Similarly to their campaign of lies and influence with King Xerxes, they lie to our leaders and public and tell us that Iran has genocidal intentions not just against Israel but to the world. They even tell us that Iran is a threat to America.
They combine the repeated lie that Iran’s President called for “wiping Israel off the map” with disputing (with not a single concrete fact) Iran’s peaceful pursuit of Nuclear energy, a pursuit that has allowed U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency (I.A.E.A.) inspections.
As always the double standard with “the Chosen” is striking. Israel has never allowed inspections of the chemical, biological and nuclear weapons facilities.
In another article in the Jerusalem Post giving Internet lessons for young Jews, it says:
“And recognizing the sly Haman who wants to destroy us is important, because there seems to be a Haman in every generation.
And so on Purim we celebrate our escape from a long line of “Hamans” that stretches down through history and around the world! ”
To these hateful Jewish extremists the new Haman is Ahmadinejad. If they are successful in creating hate and war against him, in murderously attacking Iran and us in the process, they will unleash war, terrorism, economic depression and untold suffering for millions of people all over the world.


 
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Extrait de PBS - FRONTLINE: Israel's Next War




Pourim 2011 (19 et 20 mars) et l'attaque atlanto-sioniste en Libye
Les deux guerres atlanto-sionistes en Irak tombaient comme par hasard aux alentours de la fête de Pourim. Et la guerre en Libye n'échappa pas à la règle....
  • "Tempête du désert" (Desert Storm), Irak: terminée le 28 février 1991, premier jour de Pourim.
  •  "Liberté irakienne" (Iraqi Freedom), Irak: déclarée le 17 mars, la veille de Pourim, débutée le 19 mars 2003, le deuxième jour de Pourim.
  •  "Aube de l'odyssée" (Odyssey Dawn), Libye: débutée le 19 mars en après-midi, alors que Pourim commençait au crépuscule.

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L'homme le plus puissant à Washington DC, le juif Eric Cantor, accuse les États-Unis de tarder à réagir à la menace iranienne comme ils ont tardé à réagir à la "menace nazie" et failli à éviter l'Holocauste des juifs
 




Today the Villain of Purim, Haman, Is Spelled Saddam, by Ari L. Goldman. New York Times February 28, 1991

03/26/03 ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS This War is for Us, by Ariel Natan Pasko Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev - just before - Purim. This Gulf War began motzei - just after - Shushan Purim. Get the picture? In between, "The Jews had light, and gladness, and joy, and honor." (Book of Esther 8:16)

JTA - Rabbis: Purim, Iraq war linked
Rabbi Martin Weiner of San Francisco, outgoing president of the Reform movement’s rabbinical union, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, used Shabbat Zachor to draw a line from Amalek to Hitler to Saddam. A modern-day Amalek, Saddam has attacked four of his neighbors, gassed tens of thousands of his own people and pays stipends to suicide bombers, Weiner said, so “it’s terribly important to remove him.” Last September, Weiner was among those who backed a resolution from the Reform movement’s Union of American Hebrew Congregations urging a pre-emptive strike against Iraq, if Congress supported it and U.N. backing was sought.


Le jeu des devinettes: qui donc aurait intérêt à assassiner Arafat?
After the death of Yassir Arafat, a declaration was issued by 200 rabbis of Pikuach Nefesh asserting that the anniversary of the death of 'this Amalek of our generation' should be celebrated as 'a day of rejoicing' [31].

Wikipedia - Ygal Amir (en hébreu : יגאל עמיר), israélien né à Herzliya le 23 mai 1970, est l'assassin du premier ministre israélien Yitzhak Rabin le 4 novembre 1995 lors d'une manifestation en faveur du processus de paix israélo-palestinien, à Tel Aviv. (...) Lors de l'enquête, il explique avoir pris la décision d'assassiner Yitzhak Rabin le 3 mars 1994, lors des funérailles de Baruch Goldstein, responsable du massacre d'Hébron. Son objectif est de poursuivre la lutte entamée selon lui par Goldstein contre le processus de paix, « au nom de Dieu »[1]

Wikipedia - Massacre d'Hébron (...) D'autres, et notamment la commission Shamgar lui attribuent la volonté de faire échec au processus de paix suite aux accords d'Oslo signés en septembre de l'année précédente, processus de paix qui aurait validé la présence de Palestiniens sur la « terre d'Israel », à l'instar de Yigal Amir, l'assassin de Yitzhak Rabin, qui indique aux enquêteurs avoir pris sa décision le 3 mars 1994, jour des funérailles de Goldstein, et justifie son geste l'année suivante par sa volonté « de poursuivre ce que Goldstein avait commencé : mettre un terme aux processus de négociations »[30].

TJF - "Kahane's legacy" Twenty years ago this week, a Brooklyn-born Israeli settler named Baruch Goldstein walked into the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron and opened fire with his army-issued assault rifle, killing 29 Palestinians and wounding 150 others. In the following days, Israeli soldiers shot and killed at least 20 more Palestinians and injured hundreds of others as protests erupted across the occupied territories. The Israeli government convened a commission of inquiry that found Goldstein had acted alone and deemed there was no deeper problem, despite repeated warning signs that he posed a serious danger prior to the massacre. A year later a Jewish extremist and admirer of Goldstein assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in an attempt to stop the peace process.

Now that Israel's regime is Kahanist the end draws near
This is how the end looks. The Israeli regime has become Kahanist. The culture minister praises Sapir Sabah with a big “like.” Sabah, the high school student who decided that her teacher, Adam Verete, is a traitor, and that traitors deserve a death sentence. Sabah, who is an open Kahanist, who celebrates with the most extreme Kahanists from the height of physical belligerence, of the kind that led to the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1995. This after the leading members of the regime, like Ministers Avigdor Lieberman, Naftali Bennett and Limor Livnat, stood enthusiastically behind a Kahanist singer who sang a song of praise to God for the death sentence thanks to which Rabin was assassinated and the late Prime Minister Ariel Sharon collapsed.

Rabbi Meir Kahane On The Jewish State And The Arabs




1953, la chute d'un Haman moderne (le "tyran antisémite" Staline)
Pendant le Farbrengen du repas de Pourim de 5713 (1953), il est survenu quelque chose de tout à fait exceptionnel : au début du Farbrengen, le Rabbi avait prononcé un Maamar, précédé des minutes de préparations habituelles. Puis, quelques heures plus tard, à la fin de la nuit, le visage du Rabbi a pâli puis s’est enflammé dans une expression de dévotion extrême.(...)Quelque temps plus tard, tous comprirent quand il fut dévoilé que Staline, le tyran antisémite, avait eu une embolie cérébrale cette nuit-là. Il est mort quelques jours plus tard, le 5 mars 1953...


Today I Am a Woman: Stories of Bat Mitzvah around the World
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Soviet Jews Saved From Stalin’s Genocidal Plans on Purim
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Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin has in actuality murdered more people than Adolph Hitler. Stalin, like Hitler, was an anti-Semite and the Jews of the Soviet Union suffered immensely under his rule. Many Jews, such as Genya Reichman, were forced to engage in slave labor under Stalin upon fleeing Nazis-controlled areas. In fact, even Jewish refugee children, such as Annia Segal, grew up under horrendous conditions in the Soviet Gulag. Yet, by 1953, the status of Soviet Jewry had deteriorated even further and Soviet Jews were facing a possible genocide. But on Purim about 60 years ago, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin collapsed. Soon afterwards, he died, thus sparing the Jewish people another Holocaust. It was a miracle!
Stalin’s plan to annihilate the Jews of the Soviet Union which he had formulated immediately prior to his death is one of the lesser known facts of history. Yet, not even ten years after the conclusion of the Holocaust, there was a full-scale attack upon Soviet Jews, complete with purges, executions, imprisonments, and the imposed exile of tens of thousands of Jews. In early 1953, the Soviet media was alleging that Jewish doctors had a conspiracy to poison top-level Soviet officials, thus increasing the level of hostility directed towards Soviet Jews. The Jews of the Soviet Union were living in terror under Stalin, especially in the early 1950’s. And then, in the midst of the so-called doctor’s plot, Stalin had started to plan for the deportation of 2 to 4 million Jews to Siberia and Central Asia, where they would be annihilated, as a collective punishment for a conspiracy invented by the Stalin-controlled Soviet media.
Kliment Yefremovich Voroshilov
Kliment Yefremovich Voroshilov
During a meeting with top-level Soviet officials, there were other Soviet government members who did oppose Stalin’s plans against the Jewish people. Vyacheslav Molotov, who was married to a Jewish woman, staunchly objected to Stalin’s plans against the Jewish people and had the audacity to tell the dictator that such a move would be horrendous for public relations. Kliment Yefremovich Voroshilov, who also had a Jewish wife, actually went as far as chasing away Soviet agents from his home using a rifle in order to protect his Jewish wife. He then had the audacity to tell Stalin that he no longer wished to be a member of the Communist Party. An enraged Stalin responded that only he had the right to determine who will be in the Communist Party. Soon after that, on that Purim day about 60 years ago, Stalin collapsed on the floor and he would die not long after that.
Interestingly, on the same day that Joseph Stalin collapsed, the Lubavich Rebbe was leading a Purim gathering. Members of the Jewish community had asked for him to pray for the Soviet Jewish community. However, instead of doing this, the Lubavich Rebbe told a story. He proclaimed, “After the czar fell in Russia, it was announced that the government would be holding elections. The Rebbe Rashab, fifth to Chabad dynasty, sent word to the Chasidim that they were to participate in the voting process. There was one particular Chasid who was completely removed from the affairs of the world; to him the political arena was foreign territory. Nonetheless, having received an explicit instruction from the Rebbe, he set out to fulfill his command. With a sense of awe and reverence he immersed himself in a mikvah, donned his gartel (belt for prayer) and set out for the polling booth. Of course, when he got there, he had no idea what he was expected to do, but some of the more worldly Chasidim helped him cast his vote. Adjusting his gartel, the Chasid did what everyone else was doing. When the votes were cast, everyone cried out ‘Hurrah!’ Taking his cue from those around him he likewise cried out, ‘Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!’”
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Yet in this mans heart, he meant to cry this out in Hebrew, which is Hu-Ra (he is evil). As the Lubavich Rebbe stated the word “Hu-rah,” his face was burning in such an inspiring way that his Purim crowd also began to shout “Hu-rah,” in regards to Stalin. It is an interesting coincidence that soon after that Stalin passed away. It is as if the Jewish people were praying for a miracle and they got one. According to Dr. Rushnin, author of Why Stalin Didn’t Murder All of the Jews, Stalin’s death “in itself [is] such a happy end to a huge threat [that] deserves to be remembered and commemorated by all Jews.” Jews traditionally believe that whenever the Jewish community is miraculously saved from disaster, this date should be celebrated on the appropriate date. Thus, in 1996, Dr. Rushnin initiated Little Purim celebrations in honor of Soviet Jewry being saved and this Little Soviet Purim is celebrated in over 100 synagogues across the United States.
By Rachel Avraham


Shturem
Eyewitness Account: Inside the Downfall of a Modern-Day Haman
Joseph Stalin, the dictator of the Soviet Union, responsible for the murder of over twenty million human beings (with some estimates running as high as 40,000,000) was one of the most evil tyrants the world has ever known. In modern times, he was paralleled only by Hitler, may their names be erased.
In early 1953, according to many historians, Stalin began to orchestrate a plan which, he intended, would result in the deportation of millions of Jews of the Soviet Union to Siberia and Central Asia and, eventually, to their annihilation.
His ruse began with a blood libel: A group of Jewish doctors were “caught” conspiring to poison top Soviet officials, and thereby “destroy the motherland.” Stoked by the Russian propaganda machine, anti-Semitic hatred was riled against the Jews.
With Stalin poised to take the next step of his nefarious plot – the extent of which was unknown to the public at the time – at least one Jewish leader seems to have known of the scheme.
In his recent testimony given to the My Encounter with the Rebbe project, Reb Yoel Kahan, who participated in the Rebbe’s Farbrengen of Purim, 5713, shared the events of that day which, clearly, played a role in the story’s unexpected ending. As in the original Purim story, “It was turned upside down, and the Jews were victorious over their enemies.”

This special interview was dedicated in loving memory of: Tzvi Yechetzkel Ben Eliezer Gordon
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Assassinat de JFK: C'était pas des nazis
And now John F. Kennedy Jr. has died in a plane crash together with his wife and his sister in law. Although he was at risk for being a descendant of an Amalekite, he further provoked his fate by announcing the possibility of running for president sometime in the future. Later he committed a greater political error of judgement when he became interested in the murder of the slain Israeli Prime-Minister Ytzak Rabin. He was fascinated because the Rabin assassination showed strong parallels with the one of his own father. He was obviously planning to make his ideas public that his father and Ytzak Rabin were both murdered. (Did Mossad destroy the Kennedy family?)
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This War is For Us (Continued...)
(...)Read the Purim story in Megilat Esther again, it is a rags to riches story on a national scale. Haman, the proto-typical anti-Semite, plans mass murder of the Jews and in the end pays with his life, the life of his ten sons - all hanged - and the Jews kill 75, 800 members of the anti-Semitic - i.e. Nazi - party of the time.
This is not so different from the Nuremberg Trials after World War II, when 23 Nazi war criminals were tried. Originally 11 were to have the death penalty imposed if found guilty. Everybody in those days thought that they would be shot - as is customary in military executions - or get the electric chair - as was common in the United States. But when the judges announced the verdict of guilty, they also said that hanging would be the method of execution. Two hours before the execution, they found Hermann Goering dead in his cell. He had committed suicide. That left only 10 Nazis to execute.
There is more to this story than meets the eye. In Megilat Esther (9:7-9), when it describes the execution of Haman's ten sons, their names are listed in a vertical column. If you look at the Hebrew closely, you'll notice extra-small letters in three of the names. The first name, Parshandata, has a small tav. The seventh name, Parmashta, has a small shin. The tenth name, Vayzata, has a small zayn. Hebrew letters are also used as numbers, as well as for dates in the Jewish calendar. Tav, shin, zayn numerically means 707, corresponding to the year 5707, which began with Rosh HaShanah - the Jewish New Year - on September 25, 1946. On October 16, 1946, as foreshadowed in the names of Haman's ten sons, ten Nazi leaders were hanged as war criminals. And if that doesn't impress you, out of nowhere, with the rope around his neck, Julius Schtreicher - editor of Der Sturmer, the Nazi propaganda newspaper - shouted out with flaming hatred in his eyes, just as the trap door opened, "Purimfest 1946!" It was reported in the international press of the day.
As I said earlier, of course this war is for the Jews and Israel, and instead of hiding from the accusation, or crying, "anti-Semitic slur", we should gratefully acknowledge what the Master of the Universe is doing to our enemies for us. Saddam Hussein, Yasser Arafat, Bashar Assad, Osama Bin-Laden, and the other dictators, terrorists and mullahs of the region, are the modern day Hamans and Hitlers.(...)
Yes, the war is for the Jews. But it is also for all decent, peace-loving and freedom-loving people. Just as when the Jews were saved from Egyptian slavery, liberated, given the Torah at Mt. Sinai, and brought into the Holy Land, the world now has a great opportunity to rid itself of the Hamans, Hitlers, and Pharaohs who want to kill or enslave them today. (lire la suite...)


Pourim: notre ennemi traditionnel a gagné la Seconde Guerre mondiale
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11 septembre: les détails techniques ne sont que des détails, il importe bien plus de savoir qui sont les ultimes responsables et pourquoi ils l'ont fait. Et c'était pas les nazis! 

Pdf - Masters of Deception: Zionism, 9/11 and the War on Terror Hoax 

 



Le sanglant sacrifice rituel de Pourim 2012: la pire attaque contre Gaza depuis Plomb Durci