Monday, 18 August 2014

From the anti – semitic rantings of Paul in The New testament...

From: g87
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2014 11:31 AM
Subject: From the anti – semitic rantings of Paul in The New Testament...

From the  anti – semitic rantings of Paul in The New Testament...


I note with great interest John G Stackhouse JR’s arguably brilliant article

  Peace under Islam requires submission.

It is noteworthy that the holy books of both Islam and Christianity have

 material that has resulted in the mass murder of Jews by the million over


hundreds of years.

From the  anti – semitic rantings of Paul in The New Testament to the  Crusades,
 the pogroms and much more; to expelling Jews from just about everywhere when
it suited the population, to sickening infinite manifestations of  that age – old 
sport of the Church:
Jew hatred.
Jews have suffered in real – time.
Therefore I find Stackhouse’s mention of the Canaanites as a perhaps understandable
 if misplaced attempt at protecting himself in trying to find - something on the Jews.
But it is not as if  the Christians who would issue a fatwa against him, of course.
But it is a stretch to bring the Canaanites into it. Prolix discussion is  sadly out of
 the realm of this short epistle.
  • However I verily say to Christians: long may the Pope apologize for what his
  •  previous antecedents did to Jews.
  • Long may you try to find similarly strained corrolaries through the ages.
  • It is what  people actually do that counts: the paucity of material against
  •  Jews makes these claims laughable. If it was not so serious.
  • It is so demonstrably a chimera to mention ‘’incitements to violence’’ in terms
  •  of the Canaanites. The BBC was not there to record it.
  • Next, someone will mention the Philistines as per the fraud that is current scam
  •  per Israel’s current antagonists - Palestine, as being similarly analogous / adverse to Jews.
Perhaps Stackhouse in this way will be able to claim some sort of oblique,
 even – handed historicity and seek protection from the fanatics of Islam?
I understand this – and I wish
him a long and healthy life.
Look at this. Not much more needs to be said other than the indisputable quote 
from the hadeeth saheeh:

“O Muslim, here is a Jew behind me, (come and) kill him.”’” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, no. 3593).

Praise be to Allaah.
It was narrated that Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: “I heard the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) say, ‘The Jews will fight you and you
will prevail over them, then a rock will say, “O Muslim, here is a Jew behind me, (come and) kill him.”’” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, no. 3593).
Geoff Seidner
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