• Why is everybody expected to start crying when someone brings up the Holocaust?

    Best answer: i don't really care either, they need to get over it.
    Best answer: i don't really care either, they need to get over it.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Jews- You people got reparations and a Jewish homeland set up to which we give Billions of dollars as aid.?

    So why are you still playing the victim card? There were many other genocides committed on other groups but your story gets the spotlight, all the sympathies and like so many movies made about it. Its like you people are more important than everyone else. Other groups never got any sort of reparations and no... show more
    So why are you still playing the victim card? There were many other genocides committed on other groups but your story gets the spotlight, all the sympathies and like so many movies made about it. Its like you people are more important than everyone else. Other groups never got any sort of reparations and no history book even mentions those crimes. So i think you people should get over what happened and move on and stop crying.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is all opinion under the freedom of speech protected? Is it tyranny to censor Nazi hate rhetoric, dismantlement and destruction of Israel?

    Best answer: That depends on what you mean by censor. You're allowed to express any of those opinions, but you are not owed a platform. It simply means you cannot be punished by the government for those opinion.
    Best answer: That depends on what you mean by censor. You're allowed to express any of those opinions, but you are not owed a platform. It simply means you cannot be punished by the government for those opinion.
    6 answers · 7 hours ago
  • What is the most important jewish holiday?

    Best answer: Like many other people, I'd go with Yom Kippur. That one is about asking for forgiveness for all the wrong things you have done, and atone for it as well. It's in the name after all, as Yom means day and Kippur means atonement. I think recognizing that we're all human and reflecting on how we can be... show more
    Best answer: Like many other people, I'd go with Yom Kippur. That one is about asking for forgiveness for all the wrong things you have done, and atone for it as well. It's in the name after all, as Yom means day and Kippur means atonement. I think recognizing that we're all human and reflecting on how we can be better in the future makes it very vital.
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Which side do you support bin conflict Isra'il or Iran?

    Best answer: At the beginning of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Imam Khomeini (Rahmatullahitaala Aliahi) announce to all Muslims of the world that Israel is the cancer of the Muslims Nations. From that time up till now, lasted almost 40 years ,what ever Imam warn to the Muslims world , right now the truth is happening,... show more
    Best answer: At the beginning of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Imam Khomeini (Rahmatullahitaala Aliahi) announce to all Muslims of the world that Israel is the cancer of the Muslims Nations. From that time up till now, lasted almost 40 years ,what ever Imam warn to the Muslims world , right now the truth is happening, several Muslims countries have become affected with cancer by being close allied to Israel, working in cooperation to kill their own Muslims brothers, such as, in Yemen and Al Quds. May Allah protect us all from this evil plan of the enemy.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is some cultural information about Greco-Karaite Jews?

    Best answer: Nothing
    Best answer: Nothing
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Are Jews better off without Christmas like Elon Gold says?

    Best answer: Ha, Ha,
    It was really funny.
    Jews always make jokes about themselves.
    Muzzies can't get it.
    Even the local Abdul.
    Best answer: Ha, Ha,
    It was really funny.
    Jews always make jokes about themselves.
    Muzzies can't get it.
    Even the local Abdul.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • CNN fired a black employee for questioning Israel....but...why no one got let go for questioning the US Constitution....1st & 2nd amendment?

    Best answer: His comments were a criticism of Israel but were not anti-semetic. He was careful to explain the difference, but too many people use the 'anti-semetism' cry to stop all criticism of Israel. He said quite rightly that Israel is continuing and oppressive and illegal occupation, as can be verified by the UN... show more
    Best answer: His comments were a criticism of Israel but were not anti-semetic. He was careful to explain the difference, but too many people use the 'anti-semetism' cry to stop all criticism of Israel.
    He said quite rightly that Israel is continuing and oppressive and illegal occupation, as can be verified by the UN as a fact. If he had said that about any other regime, he would have been allowed, but the US does not allow any criticism of Israel, which is why it continues its crimes.
    CNN is jewish, as are most american news outlets, so it was inevitable that he would be fired though.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is there a difference between Judaism and Zionism?

    Best answer: Hello, Judaism is both a religion and an ethnicity. “Zionism” is simply Jewish nationalism, and if it were to be considered “wrong”, then the nationalism of other nations would also have to be wrong, for example Arab nationalism. Zionism forms part of the Jewish religion since the land of Israel and the Jewish... show more
    Best answer: Hello,

    Judaism is both a religion and an ethnicity.

    “Zionism” is simply Jewish nationalism, and if it were to be considered “wrong”, then the nationalism of other nations would also have to be wrong, for example Arab nationalism.

    Zionism forms part of the Jewish religion since the land of Israel and the Jewish religion cannot be separated, and the land of Israel is the ancestral homeland of the Jewish People, in which the Jews have unbroken presence since Biblical times.

    Zionism is the desire to create and protect the re-establishment of Israel within its historic homeland, with Zion – Jerusalem, as its capital, while respecting its neighbours. What is now East Jerusalem, was the capital of all the previous Jewish kingdoms of Judea and (united) kingdom of Israel,

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    “Zion (Hebrew: צִיּוֹן‎‎ Tsiyyon), ... often used as a synonym for Jerusalem.[2][3] The word is first found in [the “Old Testament” Bible] 2 Samuel 5:7 which dates from c.630–540 BC according to modern scholarship.

    It commonly referred to a specific mountain near Jerusalem (Mount Zion), on which stood a Jebusite fortress of the same name that was conquered by [King] David and was named the City of David. The term Tzion [Zion] came to designate the area of Jerusalem where the [Jebusite] fortress stood, and later became a metonym for [King] Solomon's Temple, [and] the [Old] city of Jerusalem ...”.

    Footnotes:

    2. Longman, Tremper; Enns, Peter (2008). Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry & Writings: A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship. InterVarsity Press. p. 936. ISBN 978-0-8308-1783-2.

    3. Anderson, Arnold Albert (1981). The book of Psalms. Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-551-00846-5.


    Extract Source:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zion

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    Zionism can be traced to the first Exiles of Jewish People caused by foreign invasion and occupation as shown from the extract from Psalm 137 below. Yet the Jewish People have also had an unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel despite exiles of many of its people; an unbroken presence dating from Biblical times.

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    1. By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat, we also wept when we remembered Zion.

    2. On willows in its midst we hung our harps.

    3. For there our captors asked us for words of song and our tormentors [asked of us] mirth, "Sing for us of the song of Zion."

    4. How shall we sing the song of the Lord on foreign soil?"

    5. If I forget you, O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget [its skill].

    6. May my tongue cling to my palate, if I do not remember you, if I do not bring up Jerusalem at the beginning of my joy.

    http://www.chabad.org/library/bible_cdo/aid/16358/jewish/Chapter-137.htm

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    Although Israel is the ancestral homeland of the Jewish People, it respects all religions and is multicultural, being enriched by people from many ethnicities and religious backgrounds, including Palestinians some of whom have taken out citizenship.

    Israel respects its neighbours:

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    “We extend our hand to all neighbouring states and their peoples in an offer of peace and good neighbourliness, and appeal to them to establish bonds of cooperation and mutual help with the sovereign Jewish people settled in its own land. The State of Israel is prepared to do its share in a common effort for the advancement of the entire Middle East.”

    Israeli Proclamation of Independence.

    https://www.knesset.gov.il/docs/eng/megilat_eng.htm

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    Pro-Palestinians falsely-claim that the Palestinians were in the land first and that Israeli Jews all come from Europe, whereas the Jewish People have had unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times - See the “Demographic history of [Israel] Palestine”:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine

    The Jewish People have not only had unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times, but also prior Jewish sovereign states in the land, for example:

    The Jewish People have had an unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times, and also previous sovereign states in the land for example the Jewish Hasmonean Kingdom of Judea (including the West Bank and Gaza) with its capital of (what is now East) Jerusalem, and independent as at 110 BCE / 753 BH–752 BH:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasmonean_dynasty

    While Israel is a multicultural country with diverse ethnicities and religions, it is also indeed a home for the Jewish People (Re-established within the Jewish ancestral homeland); something for which the Jewish People have no need to apologize - to anyone !


    I hope this helps.

    Robert.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • "Police: Charge Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu With Bribery in Telecom Case" Are you happy about this?

    Best answer: Yes, couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.
    Best answer: Yes, couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • If a Jewish man and his Hindu boyfriend began attacking a Muslim woman for historical reasons but they were losing badly, who would you help?

    Best answer: On which side? I would try to defuse the situation for the benefit of all concerned.
    Best answer: On which side? I would try to defuse the situation for the benefit of all concerned.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago