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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Rabbi says Notre Dame burned because the Talmud was burned


A RABBINIC CURSE ON NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL

 A religious duty (“mitzvah”) to burn churches 

Leading Israeli Rabbi Shlomo Aviner says Notre Dame was cursed with fire as divine retribution for medieval French Catholics having burned the Babylonian Talmud




By Michael Hoffman

Cursing Notre Dame
Israeli Rosh Yeshiva Shlomo Aviner

"Notre Dame Fire May Be Divine Punishment, Says Prominent Settler Rabbi Urging ‘God-fearing Jews’ to refrain from grieving.

"Leading religious-Zionist figure invokes 13th-century Talmud book burning as possible reason for the devastating blaze.

"The conflagration at Notre Dame de Paris that badly damaged the ancient cathedral on Monday was possibly divine punishment, an influential Israeli rabbi said on Wednesday April 17, invoking a 13th-century burning of Jewish scriptures.

"...when answering the question 'So it can’t be said that it was punishment?' the rabbi wrote, 'It is possible, after all. The first big Talmud burning was in Paris, there in the plaza of the Notre Dame Cathedral.'

"Aviner said it was a result of the Paris trial, 'In which Jewish sages in France of that generation were forced into confrontation with the Christian sages. The result was the burning of the Talmud. The Talmud books were brought to the Notre Dame square in 20 wagons...and were burned there, meaning, 1,200 Talmud books.'

"French-born Shlomo Aviner, now the rabbi of West Bank settlement Beit El, also said it is a mitzvah - a deed done from religious duty - to set fire to churches in Israel..." 

Source: Yotam Berger, Israeli newspaper Haaretz, April 17, 2019

"Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, the rabbi of the Beit El settlement and head of the Ateret Yerushalayim yeshiva, said Christianity 'is our number one enemy throughout history.” 

Source: Times of Israel, April 17, 2019

“The great Christian Church in Paris is on fire. Should we feel sorry for that, or should we rejoice, as it [the cathedral] is idolatry, which is a mitzvah to burn?'  Israeli Rabbi Shlomo Aviner

"Several immensely important rabbinic rulers, most prominent among them Maimonides, ruled that churches are places of idolatry and ought to be destroyed. The rulings are very clear."

Source: Mondoweiss

MICHAEL HOFFMAN’S AFTERWORD


Catholic Church of the Loaves and Fishes burned by Israeli arsonists, June 17, 2015, on the site of where it is believed Jesus fed thousands with five loaves and two fishes.

There are numerous buildings in America that bear the name of Rabbi Moses Maimonides, the sage who is revered by liberal and Right wing intelligentsia in the West, notwithstanding the fact that Rabbi Maimonides:

•Declared that Jesus got what He deserved when he was killed.

•Taught that Christian churches should be burned. (Maimonides remains the halachic inspiration for church arson to this day).

•Declared that black people are not human (cf. Maimonides, The Guide of the Perplexed [University of Chicago Press, 1963, with an introduction by Leo Strauss], vol. 2, pp. 618-619). 

The Babylonian Talmud itself is the holiest book of Orthodox Judaism, replete with nullification of God’s Biblical law, admonitions to burn Christian books, and lie, commit evil anonymously, and destroy non-Jews. Furthermore the Babylonian Talmud teaches that Jesus was a sorcerer, His Mother Mary a whore, and that Jesus is now in hell burning forever in hot excrement. 

It is important to note that many noble Judaic people object to the contents of the Talmud and have rejected it

Even with regard to the adherents of Talmudic Orthodox Judaism, Jesus commanded us to love our enemies and do good to those who persecute us. Only an opponent of Christ would perpetrate attacks on Judaic people. Telling the truth as Jesus did is sufficient; the rest we leave to to God (Romans 12:19).

Judaic people are  themselves victims of Talmudic dogma. For instance, permission for the molestation of infant Judaic girls under the age of three and Judaic boys under the age of nine is granted in the Talmud. This is not a “canard” or a “trope.” This datum is not "taken out of context." It is a readily verifiable, tragic and unfortunate truth. We wish it were not. Presumably it is still ethical and legal to advance human knowledge and publish demonstrable facts.

The early and medieval Catholic Church did indeed oppose the Talmud, predicated in large part on the testimony of former Judaic Talmud scholars such as the learned Nicholas Donin, who converted to Catholicism and participated in the Paris debate contra the rabbis. 

Centuries later however, during the Renaissance, the hierarchy of the Church of Rome was infiltrated and the popes began to covertly honor and emulate the rabbinic traditions and the doctrine contained in the Kabbalah and Talmud. For example, the finest edition of the Talmud up to that time, the Bomberg edition, was published under papal auspices in Renaissance Venice, 1519-1523

These revisionist facts are seldom mentioned in the  media or western academia, the better to keep people ignorant, maintain political correctness and suppress knowledge.


Selections from the Talmud of Babylon:





For Further Study and Documentation:


Judaism Discovered (textbook, 1100 pages)

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6 comments:

Joe Prokhorovka said...

I accept what you say here as true. As such, if the Notre Dame fire was not an accident then it is not inaccurate to conclude that the perpetrator may have been motivated by anti-Christian passages in the Talmud and/or anti-Christian statements made by rabbis.

Viki said...

Mr.Hoffman,thank you for another brilliant article,may God bless you and keep you!

Jesus is the Way said...

On a potential occult connection---I remember seeing something months ago about a medieval European church being located on a lay line, a la geomancy. This is not my area of expertise, but is an interest. Just heard you on YouTube, appreciate your love for God, and for Truth!

Trisha said...

I agree that the fire may be a punishment, but not for the reasons this rabbi gives. Catholics will be punished for their rejection of the Truth, their sins against the Holy Spirit. As Jesus said: "If anyone is ashamed of Me and My Words in this adulterous and sinful generation, the Son of Man will be ashamed of him when He comes in His Father’s glory with the holy angels.” (Mark 8:38 and Luke 9:26)
As for the talmud book-burning, if this had not been done, there would have been an all-out assault upon the Jews when Christians learned of their obscene and murderous intentions.

Anonymous said...

Someone should ask the rabbi if his people did it. They like to act as instruments of their god's vengenance. Remember the peaceful agrarian people, the Canaanites.

jean said...

Rabbi Aviner is 1000 % right . French like other europeans have a long history of jewish hatred.
Facts only facts