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made his first covenant with mankind in the time of Noah.

asked Noah to institute a social order that would honor human life as the image of .

The social order Noah instituted is known as Noahide Law.

The seven Noahide laws as traditionally enumerated are:

Do not steal.
Do not murder.
Do not deny God.
Do not blaspheme God.
Do not eat of a live animal.
Establish courts/legal system to ensure law and obedience.
Do not engage in incestuous, adulterous or homosexual relationships.

A Semite ia a descendent of Shem, the eldest son of Noah.


ISRAEL

Famous Jews who changed their names


Torah

"Jews have a special status in the eyes of , but we lose that special status when we abandon Torah." - Judaism 101

The Torah is traditionally accepted as the literal word of as told to Moshe Rabbenu and is accepted as the primary guide to the relationship between and man.

The Torah is also known as the Five Books of Moshe Rabbenu: Genesis (Bereishit: "In the beginning..."); Exodus (Shemot: "Names"), Leviticus (Vayikra: "And he called..."), Numbers (Bamidbar: "In the wilderness...") and Deuteronomy (Devarim: "Words", or "Discourses")


One Kabbalistic interpretation is that the Torah constitutes one long name of , and that it was broken up into words so that human minds could understand it.

Criticism of the Torah is considered to be both mistaken and heretical.

Orthodox Judaism holds that the Torah has been transmitted in parallel with an Oral Tradition that was written down later.

Orthodox Jews point to the text of the Torah, where they believe many words are left undefined, and many procedures mentioned without explanation or instructions as it is assumed that the reader is familiar with the details from oral sources.

This parallel set of material was originally transmitted orally, and came to be known as the Oral Law.

Originally it was forbidden to write and publish the Oral Law, as any writing would be incomplete and subject to misinterpretation and abuse as has occurred with the Babylonian Talmud.

Jesus was Tannaim, a traveling healer and teacher, steeped in the use of the Oral Tradition, had learned his skills living and working in the cosmopoltian city of Sepphoris.

To prevent the material from being lost, the ancient rabbis began to write down their Oral Tradition when living in Babylon after the fall of Jerusalem.

The first major written work of Rabbinic Judaism was the Mishnah.

Other writings from the same time period which record details of the oral law are called "baraitot". "Baraita" refers to teachings "outside" of the six orders of the Mishnah. The Tosefta is a later compendium of several baraitot collections.

What is now commonly titled Judaism is centered on rabbinical teachings.

To understand the evolution of what is called Judaism one must understand the history of rabbinical teaching.

The first period of rabbinical teaching is termed "Zugot" - a plural of two identical objects.

The Babylonian Talmud (Pesachim 109b-112a) contains an extensive discussion of dangers of zugot and of performing various activities in pairs. The discussants expressed belief in a demonology and practices of sorcery from which protection was needed by avoiding certain activities.

The period termed Zugot began when the Jewish revolt, led by Judas Maccabaeus and Jonathan Maccabaeus, against the Seleucid Empire succeeded. Simon the Maccabee of the Hasmoneans reigned during the Hebrew Hasmonean Dynasty from 142 BC to 135 BC.

The period termed Zugot lasted from the founding of the Hasmonean Dynasty until the rise of the Herodian Dynasty which was a vassal of the Roman Empire. Herod the Great bolstered the legitimacy of his reign by marrying a Hasmonean princess, Mariamne, and assured himself the throne with the murder of the last male Hasmonean heir.

With the rise of the independent Judean state under Simon the Maccabee of the Hasmoneans, the nature of Judaism changed from theocracy based on the natural moral order with priests intrepreting God's will into a nomocracy with a list of do's and dont's. It is here were the Pharisees, proponents of the exegesis of the Mishnah, irrevocably splintered from traditional Judaic thought known as the Mosiac Law taught by Moshe Rabbenu and Jesus the Tannaim.

In a theocracy a 'god' or 'deity', recognized as the supreme civil ruler, is represented either in a personal incarnation or, more often, via religious institutional representatives - rabbi in Talmudism or pope in Catholism for example. (There are no pure theocracies left on Earth. Iran and India both have theocratic elements within their nomocracy - although there is no Supreme Leader in India.)

A nomocracy is a social cultural system in which the ultimate and final authority (sovereignty) rests in a system of law imagined and idealized by opinionated men as in Western civilization.

The change from theocracy to nomocracy reflected a radical transformation from the rule of the Hebrew community through the High Priest, to rule of the community through the judicial and legislative discourse of the Supreme Court. The High Priest, the Kohen Gadol, went from being the supreme legal and spiritual authority to a figurehead who ruled in the Temple but was still subservient to the Supreme Court.

From this time on rabbinic sages interpreted and reinterpreted the Oral Torah,Oral Law or Oral Tradition.

The Tannaim were the rabbinic sages whose opinions are recorded in the Mishnah, from approximately 70-200 AD. Note that no mention was made of Masada or of the Zaddikim Zealots.

Oral Law or Oral Tradition that are the subject of the Mishnah go back to earlier, Pharisaic times prior to the Zaddikim.

The Mishnah is the first written collection of existing Oral Tradition. Claims are made that the Oral Tradition goes back to Abraham but this is untrue.

The Mishnah is considered to be the first important work of Rabbinic Judaism and is a major source of later rabbinic religious thought.

Rabbinic interpretations of the Mishnah over the next three centuries were redacted as the Gemara by the Amoraim in both Israel and Babylon. The compilation of the rabbinic commentaries in the Gemara gave rise to the Talmud. The Saboraim definitively edited Talmud and the Geonim's task was to interpret the Talmud and render legal decisions in agreement with its teachings. The Geonim decided issues on which no ruling had been rendered before the Talmud was assembled.

Nearly all rabbinic interpretation and commentary concerns specifying what behavior is sanctioned by the interpretations and what rituals must be performed to satisfy those interpretations.

This body of interpretations is called halakha (the Way).

Moses Maimonides codified the Talmud in the Mishneh Torah listing the 613 mitzvot (commandments) paraphrased in the preface.

The opinions of the Talmudic rabbis are divided between those who seek the purpose of the mitzvot and those who do not question them. The former argue that if the reason for each mitzvah could be determined, people might try to achieve what they see as the purpose of the mitzvah, without actually performing the mitzvah itself.

The Babylonian Talmud, along with the numerological and astrological elements of the Kabbalah, became preeminent and was the form of Judaism accepted by the Yiddish Khazar Ashkenazi.

Those who practice what has been con-veniently titled Judaism come from three distinct cultural groups - Sephardic Iberian Peninsula Jews, Semitic Mizrahi Jews and the Yiddish Khazar Eastern European Ashkenazi Jews.

The are two groups that titles its religion Judaic that reject the Talmud - the Karites and Black Ethiopian Jews.

"Crimean Karaims are people of Turk(ic) descent who have adopted Karaism. Karaism is Mosaism, an independent, non sectarian, monotheistic religion of Abraham." - Mehmet Tütüncü

Karites are a splinter group of the Turkish Khazar Empire. Black Ethiopian Jews are Semites.

Karaite Judaism or Karaism is a Jewish movement characterized by the recognition of the Tanakh as its scripture, and the rejection of rabbinic Judaism and the Oral Law (the Mishnah and the Talmud) as binding.

When interpreting the Tanakh, Karaites strive to adhere to the plain meaning (p'shat) of the text. This is in stark contrast to rabbinical Judaism, which employs the methods of p'shat, remez (implication or clue), drash ("deep interpretation," based on breaking down individual words, e.g., breaking down "be'ra'shit" to "beit" "ra'shit", which means two startings of) and sod ("secret," the deeper meaning of the text, drawing on the Kabbalah).

The Torah ("Teaching," also known as the Five Books of Moshe Rabbenu), Nevi'im ("Prophets") and Ketuvim ("Writings") - hence TaNaKh. The elements of the Tanakh are incorporated in various forms in Christian Bibles, with some variations, as the "Old Testament."

In modern times Karaite Judaism has formed its own independent Jewish organization, and is not a member of any rabbinic organization.



anti-semitism

"Anti-Semitism is so instinctive that it may quite simply be called one of the primal instincts by which the race helps to preserve itself against total destruction. I cannot emphasize the matter too strongly. "Anti-Semitism is not, as the Jews have tried to make the world believe, an active prejudice. It is a deeply hidden instinct with which every man is born. He remains unconscious of it, as of all other instincts of self-preservation, until something happens to awaken it." - Samuel Roth*

"Once we perceive that it is Talmudism which is the root cause of anti-Semitism, otherwise irrational or inexplicable aspects of anti-Semitism become rationally explicable. Only something representing a threat to the core values, allegiances and beliefs of others could cause such universal, deep and lasting hatred." - Denis Prager* and Joseph Telushkin*, 1985, Why the Jews


Semites are the descendants of Noah's son Shem and are defined as any member of any of various ancient and modern peoples originating in Middle East and northern Africa, including the Akkadians, Canaanites, Phoenicians, Arameans, Babylonians, Carthaginians, Ethiopians, Hebrews, and Arabs.

Mizrahi Jews are true Semitic Jews descended from local Jewish communities of the Middle East from biblical times.

To be anti-Semitic one must hate the descendants of Noah's son Shem.

Palestinians are Arabs and Arabs are Semites.

Therefore those that denigrate or hate Palestinians, Arabs or Ethiopians are anti-Semites.

The Khazars, a Caucasian-Mongolian race later mixed with Aryans, are not Semitic people of Israel.

Black Ethiopian Judaism tradition goes no further than the Torah.
Ethiopian Jews do not recognize the Talmud and other commentaries that form the basis of modern Talmudic traditions.

For this reason the Black Ethiopian Jews are forbidden to perform marriages, funerals and other services in the state of Israel.

The state of Israel is not a Judaic state - it is a Zionist state.



damn Arab Terorists attacking Israeli bulldozers with their houses


The Israelis routinely assassinate Palestinians they believe to be Palestinian leaders.

Many times this targeting kills innocent children.

This is an attempt to live up to the Pauline myth.

The Israelis also routinely murder non-violent peace activists such as Rachel Corrie, crushed by a bulldozer, documentary film maker James Miller, shot through the neck and Reuters cameraman Fadel Shana killed by a flechette shell fired by an Israeli tank.


"Hear the word of the Lord, O people of Israel!

The Lord has brought charges against you, saying:

"There is no faithfulness, no kindness, no knowledge of God in your land.

You make vows and break them; you kill and steal and commit adultery.

There is violence everywhere— one murder after another.

That is why your land is in mourning, and everyone is wasting away.

Even the wild animals, the birds of the sky, and the fish of the sea are disappearing.

"Don't point your finger at someone else and try to pass the blame!

My complaint, you priests, is with you.

So you will stumble in broad daylight, and your false prophets will fall with you in the night.

And I will destroy Israel, your mother.

My people are being destroyed because they don't know me.

Since you priests refuse to know me, I refuse to recognize you as my priests.

Since you have forgotten the laws of your God, I will forget to bless your children." - Hosea 4:1-6

"What emerged for me, from the study of the first chapters of the Talmud was the discovery that the main stream of Talmudic thought is permeated by the genetic spiritual superiority of Jews over gentiles, disconcertingly reminiscent of racist notions of our time.

Living in Israel for the past twenty years in a Jewish majority that is no more sensitive to the feelings of minorities within it than gentile majorities are, I have come to realize the vitality of Jewish racist notions, and I am more than ever convinced that the hold will have on this and future generations will be gravely impaired unless these notions are neutralized by an internal reordering of traditional values." - Moshe Greenberg*



Obama hopes the military will fulfill its mission

"The problem is Israel wants more land than it has right to and is willing to lead America into global conflicts to gain it." - Bob Daly 01/07

13 principles of faith



God's unity

God's eternity

The existence of God

The resurrection of the dead

The coming of the Jewish Messiah

Revelation through God's prophets

God's spirituality and incorporeality

Reward of good and retribution of evil

God's foreknowledge of human actions

God alone is to be the object of worship

God's law given on Mount Sinai to Moses

The preeminence of Moses among the prophets

The immutability of the Torah as God's Law

Maimonides (Rambam)


Orthodox Judaism or Phariseeism

Orthodox Judaism adheres to a relatively strict interpretation and application of the laws first canonized in the Talmudic texts and as subsequently developed and applied by the later authorities known as the Gaonim, Rishonim, and Acharonim.

Orthodox Judaism is characterized by belief that the Torah and its laws are Divine, were transmitted by Yahweh to Moshe Rabbenu, are eternal, and are unalterable; belief that there is also an oral law in Judaism, which contains the authoritative interpretation of the written legal sections of the Torah, and is also Divine by virtue of having been transmitted in some form by Yahweh to Moshe Rabbenu along with the Written Law, as embodied in the Talmud, Midrash, and innumerable related texts, all intrinsically and inherently entwined with the written law of the Torah; belief that Yahweh has made an exclusive, unbreakable covenant with the Children of Israel to be governed by the Torah; adherence to Halakha, or Jewish law, including acceptance of codes, mainly the Shulchan Aruch, as authoritative practical guidance in application of both the written and oral laws, as well as acceptance of halakha-following Rabbis as authoritative interpreters and judges of Jewish law; belief in Jewish eschatology.

Orthodox beliefs may be most found in their adherence to the thirteen Jewish principles of faith as stated by the Rambam (Maimonides).

APOSTASY NOW !!!

Soulless - defined as lacking sensitivity the capacity for feeling empathy and/or having no soul.

Apostate - defined as faithless to moral allegiance; pertaining to, or characterized by, apostasy.

"Apostates are evil people, corrupt children who have rejected God." - Isaiah 1:4

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