Jewish & Israeli Anti-Arab Racism

Currently, there is much debate, and scathing criticism from Netanyah’s Likud party, in Israel over the “Blue & White” party’s possible alliance with Israeli Arab parties in a coalition following elections next month.

From the Torah perspective, there is no longer any way to identify descendants of Amaleiq. There has never been any barrier to any other Arab embracing Torah and becoming an Arab-Jew!!! An Arab can become a Jew just like any other race!!! Torah is not racist! (Only some Jews are racist.)

While there is no inherent incompatibility between Arabs and the Israel Nationalism Law, nor any justifiable religious reason, anti-Arab racism is, nevertheless, rampant and increasing among Jews, especially among Orthodox Jews and most especially among Israeli “Rightist” Jews.

Conflict enters the Israeli Jewish Right controversy from two fronts: [1] Islam and [2] racism.

Not all Arabs are Muslims. Where non-Muslim Arabs are concerned, there is no nationalistic threat from non-Muslim Arabs.

Ergo, where the argument isn’t over Islamist threat relative to Torah and a Judaic state for Jews, a priori, all other anti-Arab sentiments are racist!

This transfers focus directly to contra-Torah, racist reforms by Dark Ages-oriented European Orthodox (spurred by the Ultra-Orthodox Kha•reid•im) Jews; definitions and views internalized from standards imposed by Hitler and the Nazis.

Far bigger, and greater existential, threats, in my view, are [1] Orthodox racism and [2] Orthodox Chief Rabbi and Rabbinate efforts to cut themselves and Israeli Jews off from the non-Orthodox 85% of world Jewry! Arrogantly convinced that they are peers decreeing for ha-Sheim, they don’t realize that they are sawing the limb they are sitting on.

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8 thoughts on “Jewish & Israeli Anti-Arab Racism

  1. הִלֵּל הַזָּקֵן (d. c. 10 CE). Originalist is not synonymous with literalist. It’s the original principles that determine direction, not a literal reading of Bronze Age understanding of the universe. See in my Glossary (@ http://www.netzarim.co.il) הָעוֹלָם הִשְׁתַּנָּה; i.e. http://www.netzarim.co.il/Shared/Glossary/Glos_K-M.htm#Df-mishpat (where see as well “more”icon (mishpat.htm#stare-decisis); also http://www.netzarim.co.il/Shared/Glossary/Glos_T.htm#Tzedeq (aka mundus mutatus).

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      • I think that practically all of the early (!) rabbinic decisions attempted to be originalist. The real question is whether time and science bears out the veracity of any given decision. The problem today is that the rabbis have wandered so far from science and reality that all modern decisions are based on premises that are no longer in touch with science or reality; i.e. they are now, from the get-go doomed to be ex falso quodlibet. The only alternative to automatic ex falso quodlibet today is to go back to the original and restart the reasoning from a new understanding of the ancient Israeli civilization’s understanding and ancient level of scientific understanding of reality. Reevaluation from more accurate ancient reality, using more careful scientific thinking can then result in more accurate reflection of the Omni-scient Creator-Singularity–the same י–ה that Mosheh Pᵊqideinu knew at Har Sinai.

        What is the recurring concern for prosbul?

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      • I couldn’t reply under your comment to the question of the recurring concern for prosbul so I will here. I read that we are instructed to not do תקנותיהם. I wonder how one can be so revered when one fixes the original and how fixing the original doesn’t put one on par with …..

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      • It isn’t the original that gets fixed. The original is not to be fixed. Interpretations of the original principle, however, are subject to advancements in knowledge. Or perhaps more accurately, the original principles are often misinterpreted from the start by a limited amount of knowledge and a limited view by the decision-maker(s) of the time. As knowledge increases, that error can become evident. Current rabbinical approach requires keeping the interpretational error no matter how ignorant and glaringly obvious it may be; and apply jury-rigs and patches no matter how stupid or inane to avoid admission that earlier interpreters weren’t Immutable like only י–ה is. It isn’t י–ה Who made the error. It was the interpreter(s) who made the error, which MUST be corrected. Moreover, we need to be humble in realizing that when our, also limited, knowledge is, in future, extended, our interpretations may still be not quite right and require further course correction as knowledge continues to advance.

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  2. I think I will vote Zehut because as loathsome as the religious are I am so angry at left and center and right that go about business as usual after another stabbing and shooting of Israeli’s by the ilk of those that should have been driven out in 1967. likud, blue, white, red, black, lapid, new right, whoever, are all emasculated.

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    • Media’s Feiglin: Going To Pot (Distract Humanzees From Libertarian Positions)

      Ignoring that Feiglin is a Libertarian, all of Israeli media, throughout the political spectrum from Right to Left; print, radio & TV; are frantically propagandizing Israel’s humanzees against Zᵊhūt, dismissing him as nothing more than the leader of a pot party with dangerous radical intentions. Consequently, this is also the view allowed to cascade out to the rest of the world’s humanzees.

      That screams out that they all fear that Feiglin is the one guy who would upset the applecart.

      I’m as disgusted with Israel’s political parties, all of them, as you are. But none of the concerns you raised, or can raise, are as existentially critical to Israel (i.e. Jews) as the dictatorship of Dark Ages rabbis, who not only stand between Israel and י‑‑ה, they are also cutting off 85% of world Jewry while libeling them as “goyim”. While, via Pres. Trump, י‑‑ה has brought Israel to the mountain summit enabling us to see an unparalleled Israel, this is a decision point requiring that Israel make tᵊshuvah to Originalist Tanakh of Avraham, Mosheh, Hileil and Ribi Yᵊhoshua. The lure of continuing in the familiar Dark Ages rabbinic superstitious idolatry that contradicts, overrides and displaces the Tanakh of י‑‑ה, by contrast, inexorably points toward incomparably more sorrow than we’re seeing—perhaps more than has ever been seen.

      Feiglin’s stated Libertarian view opposes gov’t endorsement of rabbinic rule, apparently believing, as I do, that, to be real, a choice to love ha-Sheim and live according to His Torah can only be by an individual’s free will learning process within an environment of freedom of religion. Being a Tanakh-centric nation of Jews is sufficient. (“Torah”-centric, being equated by the rabbis to Rabbi-centric is, consequently, critically different and a misleading misnomer.) Additionally, Feiglin stands alone among Israel’s politicians as (so far) standing by his stated positions.

      If it accomplishes nothing more, votes for Zᵊhūt will send the message that some Israelis see Feiglin’s Libertarian views as mainstream and the pot controversy as primarily a media exaggeration and misdirection—fake news to divert attention from his more important views.

      (Republishing my articles and short quotations from the Netzarim website (www.netzarim.co.il) is encouraged as long as proper citation credit is prominently noted to Paqid Yirmeyahu, this blog and further information at http://www.netzarim.co.il)

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      • “While, via Pres. Trump, י‑‑ה has brought Israel to the mountain summit enabling us to see an unparalleled Israel, this is a decision point requiring that Israel make tᵊshuvah to Originalist Tanakh of Avraham, Mosheh, Hileil and Ribi Yᵊhoshua.”

        Is this the Hileil of the prosbul, or another Hileil?

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