• MJAC Staff

Reviewing a month of hypocrisy and moral decadence


What it comes down to when deciding if a self-proclaimed human rights advocate is honest, is looking at their stance on Israel. Do they support or do they condemn the world's one Jewish nation? And when deciding if a Jew is honest about supporting Judaism, check their opinion of Israel. Do they acknowledge Israel's right to self-defense? Or do they parrot the twisted opinions of the NY Times, the EU, Human Rights Watch, and other frauds. Is their stated love for the Jewish state followed by - "but" - and a tirade against Netanyahu or teary-eyed concern over the "plight" of the Palestinians? If so, they are a liar.

There are a lot of phonies out there. Isi Leibler points out some of the Jewish and non-Jewish hypocrites:

Setting aside this despicable behavior and the echoing of the incendiary murderous script crafted for them by Hamas, what is truly macabre is the behavior of sections of Diaspora Jewish communities. Fringe groups in both the U.S. and U.K. have been publicly demonstrating in favor of the Hamas killers and even holding surreal recitations of the mourner’s kaddish, naming the individuals killed. This is the equivalent of reciting kaddish for dead SS soldiers who shared the same genocidal objectives against the Jews as Hamas – truly a chilul Hashem, a desecration of God’s name.

Even beyond this demented fringe, many Jews are publicly expressing grief at the death of the terrorists. Yet they do not express any sadness that our adversaries are obscenely providing human sacrifices by positioning women and children in the line of fire to capitalize on casualties so as to demonize Israel for public relations purposes.

Rabbinical sermons have referred to the bulk of those killed as innocents, even though Hamas leaders themselves claim that 85% of them were their operatives. On May 14 at its graduation and ordination ceremony, the Reform movement’s Hebrew Union College shamelessly chose as its guest speaker the fiercely anti-Zionist author Michael Chabon.

Anti-Defamation League head Jonathan Greenblatt wrote that “it is a horrific tragedy that so many people have been killed and wounded at the Gaza border.” Would Greenblatt have said this about the masses of Nazis and German civilians killed in the course of World War ll?

There is a serious sickness among Jews when so many feel more concern about the death of those seeking to kill us than anxiety for their own kinsmen.

There are other Jews, fortunately, who agree with Leibler's diagnosis about these "sick Jews."

Micha Mitch Danzig writes:

Setting aside this despicable behavior and the echoing of the incendiary murderous script crafted for them by Hamas, what is truly macabre is the behavior of sections of Diaspora Jewish communities. Fringe groups in both the U.S. and U.K. have been publicly demonstrating in favor of the Hamas killers and even holding surreal recitations of the mourner’s kaddish, naming the individuals killed. This is the equivalent of reciting kaddish for dead SS soldiers who shared the same genocidal objectives against the Jews as Hamas – truly a chilul Hashem, a desecration of God’s name.

Even beyond this demented fringe, many Jews are publicly expressing grief at the death of the terrorists. Yet they do not express any sadness that our adversaries are obscenely providing human sacrifices by positioning women and children in the line of fire to capitalize on casualties so as to demonize Israel for public relations purposes.

Rabbinical sermons have referred to the bulk of those killed as innocents, even though Hamas leaders themselves claim that 85% of them were their operatives. On May 14 at its graduation and ordination ceremony, the Reform movement’s Hebrew Union College shamelessly chose as its guest speaker the fiercely anti-Zionist author Michael Chabon.

Anti-Defamation League head Jonathan Greenblatt wrote that “it is a horrific tragedy that so many people have been killed and wounded at the Gaza border.” Would Greenblatt have said this about the masses of Nazis and German civilians killed in the course of World War ll?

There is a serious sickness among Jews when so many feel more concern about the death of those seeking to kill us than anxiety for their own kinsmen.

Sheri Oz has also weighed in:

I am sad that we seem to always need to defend our very right to exist as a people. That our supporters have to openly declare that Israel has the right to defend its borders is clearly an indication that it is not the natural given that is afforded to every other country on Earth. We Jews are something else, not quite human. Otherwise, how to comprehend the fact that human rights are not really extended to the Jewish people or the Jewish nation — we are only givers of rights to others, not automatically meriting having rights ourselves unless granted them by the magnanimity of non-Jews. And so many of us seem to concur. So I am sad.

I am saddened by the fact that many Jews seem to feel they must apologize for being Jewish and that they must declare that Israel does not “speak in their name” in order to be considered worthy individuals. Some have said that they are ashamed of the Jews who are ashamed of Israel or of being Jewish; I am not ashamed. I am sad. Heartbroken, in fact. For in their Jew-shame, it feels almost as if they are ripping themselves from the flesh of the Jewish body. That is their choice, as adults. But for some strange reason, it pains me.

We at MJAC, while concerned with our Michigan Jewish community, can't ignore our relationship with the American Jewish community and with Israel. We can disagree about politics and about how to do what is best for the Jewish community, but Jews siding with Hamas and other Jew-haters are not on our side, and no matter how proud they are of themselves for seeing and empathizing with the other side, they put our survival as a people at risk. We will continue to monitor them and report to you, our readers.

https://wordfromjerusalem.com/reviewing-a-month-of-hypocrisy-and-moral-decadence/

http://israelblogger.com/authors/micha-danzig/jews-tuesday-morning-quarterbacks/

http://www.israeldiaries.com/kaddish-confessions-of-a-jew-who-is-not-sad-hamasniks-were-killed/

#jews #kaddish #hamas #diaspora #isileibler #sherioz #michamitchdanzig

6 views

    Like what you read? Donate now and help us provide more information for our community

Michigan Jewish Action Council

P.O. Box 251231

West Bloomfield, MI 48325

248-579-8550

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now