Open letter to FAU: Condemn hate, don’t engage it

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This is from The Orlando Sun Sentinel.

In the name of diversity FAU is actually spreading hate.

As they spread the anti semitic Palestinian propaganda.


Dear President Crudele:

The recent post on your blog, “Universities are venues for engagement,” clearly demonstrated Florida Atlantic University‘s continued avoidance and poor handling of an issue that matters to our local community. The criticisms of FAU’s administration remain entirely valid and necessary. The following points explain why.

The Students for Justice in Palestine group (SJP) at FAU have systematically engaged in the misrepresentation of Israel as bloodthirsty and murderous, particularly with regard to children. This fact was repeatedly evidenced in displays such as the “child victims of Israel” art exhibit, the presentation of bloodied child body bags on the Free Speech Lawn, and has appeared again as a part of the past week’s events on campus.

A simple review of the facts, if FAU were to actually look into the matter, would reveal the stunning dishonesty of SJP’s message. In the history of humanity, no state has committed such extreme effort as Israel to minimizing civilian casualty while carrying out its duty to protect its own citizens. Our local Jewish community has gone to great lengths to highlight this fact to the broader community. Any objective observer of SJP’s message can gather that the point of their activities is to demonize Israel and undermine its right to exist.

That the FAU administration would again suggest that SJP is merely raising “political awareness of certain policies of the State of Israel” is wildly outrageous, and brings into doubt the intellectual standards and moral character of FAU’s administration. You should know that it is not the policy of Israel to kill children, or any civilian for that matter.

In March 2008, the U.S. State Department issued a detailed report on anti-Semitism globally, recognizing that anti-Zionist sentiment and criticism of Israel can cross the line into anti-Jewish bigotry. Whether intended or not, such expressed sentiment and criticism can have the effect of promoting prejudice against Jews. As an example, the State Department noted that demonizing Israel and/or Israelis “as barbaric, unprincipled, selfish, inhumane, etc. is anti-Semitic and has the effect of causing audiences to associate those bad attributes with Jews in general.”

The stylized form of anti-Jewish bigotry used by SJP is commonly referred to as the 3-D methodology — Demonization, Delegitimization and Double-Standards. This type of anti-Semitism is no less hurtful or harmful than more traditional forms of anti-Jewish bigotry, and universities have the moral and legal obligation to address it if and when it occurs. The totality of actions committed by SJP at FAU over the past several years were well-documented and accurately presented to the community in a short film that can be seen at The evidence proves that it is entirely legitimate for the Administration to face criticism for its tolerance of anti-Semitic activities.

Also of concern is FAU’s incorrect suggestion that calls have been made from the pro-Israel community to suppress the free speech right of the Students for Justice in Palestine group. SJP’s First Amendment right has not been denied or questioned in any way, though you have had to discipline them for infringing upon the free speech of others. In November 2005, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights specifically called on university administrations to publicly speak out and “set a moral example by denouncing anti-Semitic and other hate speech, while safeguarding all rights protected under the First Amendment and under basic principles of academic freedom.” The U.S. Department of Education‘s Office on Civil Rights has made the same request of university administrations. The issue at hand is not the Students for Justice in Palestine group’s right to free speech, but rather the FAU Administration’s right to free speech and your stubborn refusal to exercise it.

FAU is failing in its responsibility to put its unsuspecting and impressionable students on guard against false and bigoted messages that may lead to unfair perceptions of Israel and Jewish people. Your message to the student body should be that although hateful, dishonest and offensive speech must be tolerated, decency and truth demand that an academic institution confront it and condemn it. There is a mile of moral difference between saying “we don’t condone…” and saying “we condemn…”

As your blog post points out, Florida Atlantic University has benefited greatly from the financial and cultural generosity of the Jewish community. That FAU has so many instructive resources and relationships at its disposal, yet nevertheless continues to misunderstand and even deny the false and hateful nature of SJP’s messaging indicates that perhaps our community’s investment was wasted upon Florida Atlantic University.



My Personal Musings

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What I am going to say will tick off some people. These are just my thoughs on this subject. If my words offend you, you were warned.

I was watching a story about Adolph Hitler. He came from no where and quickly charmed the people and was elected Chancellor.

Hitler’s claim to fame at the time he was a corporal in the German Army during World War One. He gave mesmerizing speeches that caused the German peopleto follow him blindly shouting, ” Seig Heil, Seig Heil!”

My mind flashed to Barack Hussein Obama.

Obama came from no where and got elected president. His claim to fame is he was a Senate back-bencher in the Illinois legislature as well as a very short U.S.Senate term.

Obama gives mesmerizing speeches that caused the low-information voters to follow Obama blindly chanting, “Yes We Can! Yes We Can!”

Obama voted present in the Illinois Senate and his only non present was in favor of infanticide.

Hitler encouraged people to inform on their friends and family. He also encouraged children to inform on their parents. He used the Gestapo and the terrorize and destroy his enemies, both personal and political.

Now flash forward to the present and examine Obama.

Obama use the I.R.S. and the D.O.J. to terrorize his enemies; real as well as imaginary, to try to destroy them.

Hitler used the Jewish people as scape goats and blamed them for the problems facing Germany.

Obama uses Conservatives,  the Tea Party, Republicans and the rich to blame for his failures.

–Hitler implemented gun control and universal health care.

–Hitler used death camps to murder the mentally ill,the handicapped as well as the undesirables, aka the Jewish people. LAs result over six million people were murdered.

Obama supports infanticide and the murders of unborn babies.

Only time will tell how many people will die as result of Obamacare.

Maria von Maltzan – a German resistance heroine, by Leslie Wilson

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This is from The History Girls.

 This is a powerful story.

Everyone should know about this brave woman.

Maria and Hans
In 1943, Maria von Maltzan, a German aristocrat, took Hans Hirschel, her Jewish lover into her Berlin apartment to hide him from the Nazis. It was the time when the last Jews were supposed to be ‘cleansed’ out of Berlin. Since Hans had ingeniously faked his own suicide, he was registered as dead, and for a long while, no suspicion fell on Maria; but one day a neighbour handed her a yellow card, which she said a gentleman who’d come calling for her had dropped. It said: Jews are living at Maltzan’s.
Hans had brought a sofa with a hollow base with him, when he came to her,  and when she was out during the daytime (she was a veterinary surgeon) Hans hid in there, with a bottle of liquid codeine to keep his troublesome chronic cough at bay. Maria had thoughtfully drilled breathiGng holes in the base.
(That makes me think of hamsters or mice in a box, which I realise now is why Raf, in Saving Rafael, accuses Jenny and her mother of keeping him like a little animal in a cage. I didn’t think about that when I was writing it, though.)

Now she went back to her apartment, and told Hans to get into the sofa base, because the Gestapo were coming. Two men duly arrived at half past two and ransacked the apartment for three and a half hours. While they did this, she threw a ball for her two dogs, and when the Gestapo asked her if she could stop because it was getting on their nerves, she said, calmly, that her dogs were missing their walk because of the search and had to have some exercise.

She could get away with this because she was an aristocrat, and her father had been a high-ranking Army officer, and his portrait was watching them intimidatingly from the wall.

Then they demanded that she open the sofa-bed, which was made of heavy mahogany. She said it was stuck; she had bought it four weeks ago and had tried to open it several time.  ‘If you don’t believe me,’ she added, while the Gestapo men heaved and grunted in their heavy uniforms, ‘you can get your pop-guns out and shoot holes in it – but if you do that, I insist that you give me a coupon for new upholstery material and that you pay for the repairs. And I want that in writing now.’

The Gestapo men decided this was too much for them to handle, and they left. When Maria let Hans out, he was white as chalk and drenched with sweat.

Maria in her youth

The Gestapo didn’t give up, though; they hung around in the courtyard at night, listening for sounds from the apartment. So Maria took Hans to a new, temporary, hiding place and warned the other Jews who came to her home to stay away. Then, one cold night, she poured water on the narrow tiled alleys that led to the courtyard, and then stretched thin wires across the alleys too. Of course, the Gestapo tripped over the wires and then went skidding across the ice. Maria called the police and told them she had burglars; she also called the butcher from over the way, who arrived brandishing his axe. She wrote, in her memoir: ‘So now I had everything I wanted. The Gestapo in the courtyard were faced by me, the police, and the axe-wielding butcher. I pretended to be hysterical with fear.’ The Gestapo stopped visiting the courtyard at night.

Maria was a Silesian countess, so a countrywoman of my mother’s. When the First World War broke out, she and her many brothers and sisters, infected by jingoistic frenzy, tried to burn their French governess – luckily they were found out and the governess rescued. As a child, she also threatened to throw the ex-King of Saxony into a lake, when she’d taken him to see some nesting birds and he wanted to disturb them: ‘Unfortunately, I shall have to drown Your Majesty.’

When she was a veterinary student in Breslau (now Wrocław), she was short of money (of course) and the family jeweller paid her to wear his stock of pearls. He said she had just the right kind of skin to help them keep their lustre. She wore these valuable strings under her blouse every day, and nobody ever noticed. ‘Nice easy money,’ she said.

Later, she became a fervent anti-Nazi and helper of Jews. She was involved with the Swedish Church in Berlin (the organisation who I used to fictionally help Raf and Jenny out of Germany). I don’t have room here to go into all her exploits, but she also helped animals escape conscription by giving them drugs that made them temporarily ill. Her view was that the dogs and horses hadn’t consented to fight for Hitler, so why should she help force them to?

Maria in later life

Her autobiography, Schlage die Trommel und Fürchte Dich Nicht (Beat the Drum and Fear Not – which is unfortunately not available in English – is an amazing read, and as it unfolded, I did begin to wonder what this woman was on? She seemed utterly tireless as well as staggeringly courageous. But then she did let out that she had become addicted to amphetamines, which, as a vet, she found it quite easy to get hold of. After the end of the war, Maria was prosecuted, had her licence to practise withdrawn, and taken into a brutal withdrawal centre, run by people who appeared to have got their training in concentration camps. The court didn’t appear to care about her heroism, or even consider the stresses she had been under. Sadly, though she married Hans, the marriage didn’t last. They remained good friends, though.

She finished her life in the Berlin area of Kreuzberg – where her pet monkey enlivened the place by periodically getting out of the flat and calling on the neighbours. The animal was very well-behaved, they told her. She liked being surrounded by punks and ‘alternative’ young people, and when she walked her dogs in the evenings, she relished the sight of the Turks who made the area colourful and lively – and the fact that they got on well with their German neighbours. Her parting comment on her life was: ‘I wasn’t bored for a moment.’

A plaque on the house Maria lived in during the Nazi period, commemorating her resistance work
 I have discovered that there is a chapter about her in a book called: Women Heroes of World War II:  by Kathryn Attwood, published last year. Part of her story is also told in Leonard Gross’s book: The Last Jews in Berlin. The quotes from her memoir were translated by me.  The title Schlage die Trommel und Fürchte Dich Nicht is taken from the opening line of a poem by the German Jewish Heinrich Heine.


JPFO, Fierce Defenders of the Second Amendment

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This is from Jews For The preservation Of Firearms Ownership.

The title says it all.

Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership was featured in this article. Read about all our work to help protect the Second Amendment along with an interview with our Executive Director Charles Heller. For more information on Gun Laws or law in general, please click on the links.

On April 17th, the Senate rejected a plan to expand background checks for gun buyers. The plan to extend background checks to gun-show purchases and online purchases failed to get the 60 votes needed to pass in the Senate, receiving only 54 votes in favor and 46 against it. The proposed ban on military style assault weapons also failed to pass.

The background check amendment drafted by Republican Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia was President Obama’s best hope to pass gun-control legislation after the massacre of 20 children and six educators at an elementary school in Connecticut. He had hoped that this amendment would offer enough of a compromise so as to pass in the Senate. Most Republicans and four Democrats voted against the amendment.

Gun rights and gun control are certainly contentious issues in the United States that continue to divide public opinion. Opponents of the Manchin-Toomey have emphasised that it only served to infringe upon the right to bear arms guaranteed by the Second Amendment and would do nothing to keep guns out of the hands of criminals or mentally ill.

Jews for the Preservation of Firearm Ownership (JFPO) is a non-profit educational civil rights organization that was founded in 1989. Its initial aim was to educate the Jewish community about how Jews had suffered in history when they were disarmed. It welcomed and expanded its aims to educate people of all faiths on what it views as potentially dangerousvictim disarmament policies.

The following is an interview with Charles Heller, Executive Director of JPFO, on his thoughts and feelings about the failure of the gun-control legislation to pass in the Senate and the work of his organization in the realm of gun rights.

1. How do you feel about the rejection of the Senate of the gun-control legislation?

We think it’s a good thing. Criminals have a tendency not to go to legitimate sources for guns. As such, restricting private sales via a prior restraint, strikes us as just a reversion to Jim Crow. If you liked segregation, you will love gun control.

2. What message would you send those in the Senate who supported this legislation?

Go home, and let freedom ring. Help elect someone to replace you who grasps the concept of individual liberty.

3. Do you think that maybe what is truly needed is to simply keep guns out of the hands of those who should not have access to them (e.g. the mentally ill) rather than make it tougher for law-abiding citizens to purchase firearms?

Yes. Devote all the resources that would be used on prior restraints, and focus them on criminal and insane misuse of arms. Also, be open to the lawful arming of people in sensitive places, such as schools.

4. What are some of the accomplishments of Jews for The Preservation of Firearms Ownership?

We discovered and published the fact that our 1968 “Gun Control Act,” was based largely on the 1938 Nazi Weapons Law, and that the work was done to translate that law by our State Department at the behest of Thomas Dodd, a prosecutor at Nuremberg.

We created a movie, “Innocents Betrayed,” which shows the history of genocide by government outside of war in the 20th Century. It illustrates that the predicate act in every case was disarmament of the victims.

Our Rabbi, Dovid Bendory, has done a video with us called “The 10 Commandments of Self-Defense,” stating the biblical principles as to why gun control is evil.

We have published “The Kosher Gun Laws,” showing exactly which gun laws are moral.

We have engaged medical professionals to openly discuss the progression of irrational hatred of guns, and investigate possible cures.

We have produced a DVD called, “The Gang,” documenting some of the dishonest acts of the BATFE.

We have published “Dial 911 and Die,” written by Arizona Attorney Richard Stevens, documenting the Supreme Court cases which relieve the police of the duty of protecting the individual citizen of the U.S.

We have produced the DVD “No Guns For Negroes,” with The Congress of Racial Equality, about the history of violence and suppression of the rights of Blacks.

We have produced the DVD “No Guns For Jews,” showing the history of oppression against Jews, via arms control. We have produced several music albums about the Bill of Rights.

We have translated the Bill of Rights into 15 other languages for all the world to adopt.

5. What are some of the future plans for the JPFO?

We plan to continue to publish the facts about gun control, its evils, and lawful methods that can be used to end it.

For more information on Jews for the Preservation of Firearm Ownership, please visit their site. For more information on gun laws and news, please visit our Gun Laws Page.

Interviewed with Charles Heller of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms, Tucson, Arizona

A Rural Jewish View of Home Protection

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This is from Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership.

Your options are real clear you can do the following.

Use the state sponsored Dial A Prayer aka 911 and die.

Or you can get a gun learn how to use it and live.



How long does it take for the police to get to your door? It is a fair question. When I ask some of my friends who live in urban areas or suburbia, I often get a response like, “Well, I live a little further away from a station, so it takes as long as 10 minutes.” Hmmm, not bad.

How about the rest of us? There are a great many who do not live in areas that have municipal police protection. How long does it take for the state or county police to respond to an emergency in areas like that? Areas that have increasingly become the target of home invasions because of this lack of police patrol? Areas that often have to pay the same amount of state and county taxes for fewer benefits from the state and county? I live in an area like that. I would be happy if the state police, who do an outstanding job with limited resources, could make it in 20 minutes. In reality it usually means a little longer.

It takes an intruder 6-10 seconds to kick in my door and make it to my bedroom. That is a gap of around 19:54 minutes of potential life-altering, or ending, horror. Try it on your house. Stand outside and time how long it would take to break a window, unlock a door, and run to your master bedroom. Then stand there for the rest of the 20 minutes it would take for the police to arrive, assuming whoever was inside had the time to call 9-1-1. This is one of the many reasons I fight to defend the rights of firearms owners.

The 2nd Amendment of the United States says that a person has the right to arm themselves against the predations of a tyrannical government. My home state of Delaware takes that one step further by saying, “A person has the right to keep and bear arms for the defense of self, family, home and State, and for hunting and recreational use.” Art. I, § 20 (enacted 1987). Police carry semi-automatic firearms with large capacity magazines because they may need to defend themselves from multiple attackers. Home owners in my state, especially in rural areas, are often finding themselves in the same situation. For a little extra firepower in case they are dealing with a more serious threat, the police turn to tactical rifles or shotguns. Home owners in my state, especially in rural areas, often are increasingly faced with a very similar threat.

As a Jewish man who lives in a rural area, I am often at odds with my urban and suburban Jewish friends and family who often see their world as representative of the country as a whole. They often believe that the gun restrictions that have been placed on some of America’s biggest (and, ironically, most dangerous) cities must be applied universally. These places have police and fire protection that is, in comparison, nearly instantaneous. These friends and family often say that I am pro-gun because I simply cannot understand their “plight” when it comes to firearms in the inner-cities. I think it is the opposite. I think they cannot see the need for my rights in my rural home.

Jeff Spiegelman is a Representative in the Delaware 11th District.,



Some Jews Actually Get It, About Guns

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This is from Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership.

This is a valid argument for gun ownership.

This video also shows self defense is necessary.


Although from 2009, this video (below) does demonstrate that not all Jews are against self defense! It is to be hoped that since then, more have taken responsibility for their synagogue protection. (NOTE: the video may not play in Firefox, in which case use an alternate browser.)


With Houses Of Worship Constantly Under Threat,
Former NYC Cop Offers Class Designed To Keep People Inside Safe.

Some might call it the “God squad,” others a proactive approach to safety. A rabbi in Queens is beginning a training program aimed at keeping places of worship worry free. Inside a Kew Gardens place of prayer is a team of experts whose goal is to make synagogues safer by teaching martial arts, how to use a gun and protecting worshipers if someone came in with guns blaring.

It’s the brainchild of Rabbi Gary Moscowitz, a former New York City cop who said synagogues are natural targets. “It comes from the FBI. Just call the FBI. They issue terror alerts to synagogues on a regular basis here,” Moscowitz said. Moscowitz pointed to this spring’s attempted bombing of two Bronx synagogues as an example for the need. “This is an insurance policy. I hope it never has to go into effect,” Moscowitz said. Now he’s put together a team that’s selling safety because police can only be in so many places. “What police officer, even if they were parked in front of the synagogue, hear a firefight. We’ll be dead,” Moscowitz said. “Our idea is you can’t be spiritual if you’re dead. You have to be able to fight back to live another day,” martial arts expert Stuart Rosenberg said. To help with protection, Moscowitz is pushing state lawmakers to allow at least five people at houses of worship to carry a gun, but only after training.

When asked if all this precaution was truly necessary, Moscowitz said, “I believe so.” So does another rabbi whose synagogue has signed up. “God forbid and God save us that someone would try to attack us. Why not let us know the skill in advance and be prepared just in case,” said Rabbi Mordechai Hecht. The team is charging $1,000 a person for a 100-hour class. CBS 2 HD has been told a handful of synagogues in Florida, California and Vancouver are interested



Good Friday

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Most people have forgotten the meaning of Easter.

It is not about the Easter Bunny or Easter Egg hunts.

It is about the Crucifixion and Resurrection  of Jesus.


Luke 23:32-47

King James Version (KJV)

32 And there were also two other, malefactors, led with him to be put to death.

33 And when they were come to the place, which is called Calvary, there they crucified him, and the malefactors, one on the right hand, and the other on the left.

34 Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And they parted his raiment, and cast lots.

35 And the people stood beholding. And the rulers also with them derided him, saying, He saved others; let him save himself, if he be Christ, the chosen of God.

36 And the soldiers also mocked him, coming to him, and offering him vinegar,

37 And saying, If thou be the king of the Jews, save thyself.

38 And a superscription also was written over him in letters of Greek, and Latin, and Hebrew, This Is The King Of The Jews.

39 And one of the malefactors which were hanged railed on him, saying, If thou be Christ, save thyself and us.

40 But the other answering rebuked him, saying, Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation?

41 And we indeed justly; for we receive the due reward of our deeds: but this man hath done nothing amiss.

42 And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.

43 And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise.

44 And it was about the sixth hour, and there was a darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour.

45 And the sun was darkened, and the veil of the temple was rent in the midst.

46 And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice, he said, Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having said thus, he gave up the ghost.

47 Now when the centurion saw what was done, he glorified God, saying, Certainly this was a righteous man.


Innocents Betrayed JPFO

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The video below is from Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership.

Give up your guns they said.

Get on the trains they said.

We could be the next people boarding their trains.

Where will the new Auschwitz be located?

Will it contain this sign above the gate?

Arbeit macht frei



Rabbi’s for Romney

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This is from Clash Daily.

No Jew in his right mind should support Obama.

Obama has proven that he is not a friend of the Jewish people.

To my fellow rabbis:

I write to you at this time of dire trouble for our country and for Israel.
Last week America was under attack. Our ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were slaughtered by Muslim extremists. This was not a spontaneous “protest” against an admittedly stupid video. This was an organized military assault, coordinated expressly for execution on September 11.
Likewise, the “protests” in Cairo at the American embassy. Where our flag was shredded, and the black Islamist flag of al-Qaeda was raised in its place. Reliable sources say the US was forewarned of both attacks — probably by Israel. But America’s State Department ignored those warnings. Why?
The Obama administration’s reactions to these outrages is sadly typical. The next day, Mr. Obama flew off to Las Vegas to raise funds. And our government still apologizes for that inane video — made by an Egyptian Coptic.
Where is the leadership here? What has such ongoing appeasement gotten us? Mr. Obama once promised a “reset” of America’s relationship with Muslim nations. But the reality is far different. The Islamic world holds us in greater contempt than ever, seeing Obama’s America as weak and incapable, or unwilling, to defend our interests and our friends.
On that note, Obama’s policy toward Israel has been a disgrace from the start. It’s as if his goal is to disenfranchise himself — and America — from the Jewish state. To make clear to the world that Israel, should they dare to defend their very existence, will go it alone. Such signals serve only to embolden Israel’s enemies — who are also our enemies.
The same signal comes from Obama’s latest snub of Bibi Netanyahu — who was told that Obama will not have time to meet with him when the Israeli Prime Minister arrives in America this week. Meanwhile, Obama can regale on the David Letterman. And extend an open invitation to Egypt’s President Morsi.
Such actions say a lot to the world. Can we stand silent any longer?
To the 613 “Rabbis for Obama,” in light of the president’s most recent actions, I ask you: What have you got to say now? What are your excuses for President Obama now?
I say this with all my heart. I cannot keep silent any longer. The voices of my father and my mother, survivors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, compel me to speak out — with zeal.
I urge you to consider the following:
– Silence did not work in the 1930s, when the looming evils of Nazism could have been stopped in their tracks. Nor will it work today when Islamists, who deny the Holocaust,  threaten another one in Israel.
– Why does the United States say nothing about the daily denigration of Jews and Christians by imams worldwide?
– Why do we tolerate an American media that continues to play dumb when our real interests, and our very lives, are at stake?
– Why does America continue to send money (and excuse outstanding loans) to Morsi’s Egypt?
– Why doesn’t America compel Morsi to uphold the peace treaty with Israel? To rein in Hamas? To act like a responsible, civil government?
– And of utmost importance, why don’t we rabbis come together and insist that the Obama administration express — in words and in deeds — their unequivocal support for Israel during this most challenging of times?
I started “Rabbis for Romney” as a counterweight to “Rabbis for Obama.” My message at first was not political. But the situation has evolved — or devolved — into one where the danger to Israel is more paramount than ever. Don’t kid yourselves. We are nearing the 11th hour.
Please join me in my quest to see that America and Israel stay safe from the growing danger that’s all around us.
We can no longer afford to stay silent. Let us make sure that “Never again” means “NEVER again.”
Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg
Note: To join “Rabbis for Romney,” please contact Rabbi Bernhard Rosenberg at

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Dem Chairman: Christians Want Jews Slaughtered

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This is from Freedom Outpost.

It seems Chairman Mark Alan Siegel is mentally disturbed.

People like Mark Siegel,Debbie Schultz and Sandra Fluke are the face of the party.


Palm Beach County Democrat Chairman Mark Alan Siegel is no fan of Christians and he demonstrates it in an interview with Patriot Update’s Scottie Hughes.


Siegel says,


“I’m Jewish. I’m not a fan of any religion other than Judaism.”



Hughes asks, “But your not a fan of Christianity, who truly tries to protect the Jewish faith?”


“The Christians just want us to be there so that we can all be slaughtered and converted and bring on the Second Coming of Jesus Christ,” he said.


When asked where he gets that, Siegel wanted to continue what he was saying. “They’re not our friends. They want Israel to pursue policies that which are antithetical with its security and existence. The worst possible allies for the Jewish state are the fundamentalist Christians, who want Jews to die and convert so they can bring on the Second Coming of their Lord. It is a false friendship. They are seeking their own ends and not ours.”


Hughes then say that Siegel sounds like he is the opposite of anti-Semitic, asking him is he is “anti-Christianic.”


“No. I don’t believe the fundamentalists urging a greater Israel are friends of the Jewish state.”


Now friends, let me be clear here. As I’ve said before, I’m no Dispensationalist. However, when one listens to much of the modern day prophecy scenarios, this is what is taught. In fact, I wrote a script with Jerry Johnson of that was used in a video to dispel the myth that true Christians want any of the Jews to die, in spite of the fact that many in their teaching do teach what Spiegel just presented. In fact, much of the Left Behind series and such teach the very things Siegel just said. That doesn’t mean that Christians “want” Jews to die. It means that many, not all, believe that will happen. There are many who do not believe that at all.


Finally, Christians do want Jews to know Christ, but that does not come by force. It comes by the gospel.


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