ISRAEL: Posters Praising Jerusalem Killer Appear In Ultra-Orthodox Neighborhoods

The Times Of Israel reports:

Posters praising last week’s deadly attack at the Jerusalem gay pride parade appeared in the city’s ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods Thursday morning. Distributed by an extremist group calling itself “The Faithful Judaism,” the notices applauded the stabbing as an act of holy “self sacrifice.” “May all of the people of God be zealous as you,” one poster read, as its authors expressed hope that similar acts would be carried out in the future. Under the headline “And the Plague Shall be Stopped,” another poster praised the deadly attack as an “act of Phineas,” a reference to an Old Testament priest who personally executed an Israelite man and a Midianite woman while they were together in the man’s tent, by running a spear through them both. His action is thought to have brought an end to a plague sent by God to punish the Israelites for sexual encounters with the Midianites. In another poster titled “Blessed are you Rabbi Yishai,” Schlissel was hailed as an emissary from God; the text on the poster quoted the Old Testament verse “Whoever spills the blood of the wicked is as if he brought a sacrifice.”

Yesterday a judge ordered the killer to undergo an evaluation to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trail.

  • vorpal

    What little revolting pansy asses.

    “We’re not brave enough to do anything other than leave anonymous posters hoping that someone ELSE is brave enough to go murdering gay people and their heterosexual supporters!”

    • MattM

      Well they have certainly been studying NOM and the FRC’s tactics.

      • vorpal

        Yes. This, absolutely.

        This is the Jewish Orthodox version of Scott Lively: a screaming bigot trying to incite others to violence because he is too much of a weak willed pathetic low-life to fight his own battles.

        • MattM

          Wouldn’t be too shocked if there was some back and forth emails between Lively and members of this fundamentalist cult.

    • Friday

      Yeah, like it’s ‘self-sacrifice’ to literally ‘sacrifice’ other people, while saying that it’s like sacrificing other people to their God… but someone else is the ‘wicked’ ones.

      Hrm. Does sound much like American Fundies.

  • fuzzybits

    What heartless scum.

    • Schlukitz

      I tend to prefer the term “scumbags”. ;-P

  • bkmn

    If religion tells you to kill people you should get the hell out.

    • Todd20036

      Is eating people ok, though?

      • vorpal

        Only if you handle snakes and speak in tongues while you do it.

        • Todd20036

          Sounds like gay sex

          • vorpal

            When you’re doing it right, yes :-).

      • MarkOH

        Only if you are a Catholic. No, wait….

        • Steve Teeter

          “You used to be a regular anthropopha-guy.”

          — Flanders & Swann, The Reluctant Cannibal.

      • BudClark

        I just flashed on christianist ritual cannibalism, the slaying of the victim at every Mass (yes, I know the CHURCH doesn’t teach that, but the PEOPLE still believe it).

        That alone poisons rational society.

    • Blake Jordan

      Or at least start with yourself!

  • Michael Smith

    If your God would condone a murder, he isn’t a god worth worshiping.

    • vorpal

      “Condone?”
      Their god ORDERS execution left and right throughout their holy book.

      I am convinced that you have to be psychopathic to adopt a literal view of one of the Abrahamic religions.

      • BudClark

        Holy BOOKS: Torah, Bible Qu’ran.

        • vorpal

          I was referring here specifically to the Torah, where their god is on a constant bloodthirsty rampage of idiocy and making irrational proclamations. Since it comprises parts of the Bible and the Quran, I figured I had my bases covered, although certainly those two books add a lot of extra hateful nonsense into the mix as well :-).

          My preferred “holy books”, the 道德經 (Dao De Jing) and the 莊子 (Book of Zhuangzi) command killing and blind obedience to ridiculous laws precisely zero times.

  • Dazzer

    Jewish ISIS. Simple as.

    • MattM

      It really is. But somehow their God makes their cause noble in their eyes, yet ISIS is still evil.

      • unsavedheathen

        Isn’t that true of all religious fanatics? Their cause is noble, their crimes are justified and their punishment is persecution.

        • Steve Teeter

          And this is all as it should be. The Bible says so.

          Disgusting.

      • NMNative

        ISIS believes they are noble as well. That is exactly what’s so scary.

    • Prion

      Jewish Idiots Suck Mazahballs

      • BudClark

        BZZZZT!

        I love “Jewish cannon-balls,” as the Jews call them.

  • TampaZeke

    Yeah, that’s what’s wrong with the world today; not ENOUGH religious zealots!

    Got it!

    If they’re impressed with people who will do ANYTHING and kill in the name of their religion then they must be huge fans of ISIS.

  • MattM

    Bill Perdue will be here momentarily to tell us we’re all Zionist murders and Obots. But he’s only saying that because he’s hiding his true love for me. He rejected my proposal but I’ll win him back in the end. Our love is like rain.

    Until then, I think we can all agree that Orthodoxy (but really religion in general) is a scam that lures the feeble and scared into forgetting their humanity.

    • vorpal

      Back of the line, buddy.
      You can have him after our twisted love tryst finally falls to pieces. I am his special vorpig.

      • Todd20036

        Even when it does, you’ll always be my vorpig

        • vorpal

          I can imagine worse fates :-).

        • RoFaWh

          Soooooooooooooo-eeeeeeeeee!

      • RoFaWh

        Can I interest you in a new lube I’ve put on the market? It’s called “Vorlube”. Comes in a spray can. One spritz on the outie parts, another on the innie parts (using a special nozzle) and you’re good for at least eight hours.

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        $1.99 for a case of a dozen at Walmart and other fine retail outlets. Available in a range of delightful flavors and fragrances: orange blossom, rosewater, lily of the valley, hamburger, blood lust, “obedient bottom”, and many others.

    • TommyTune

      He’ll also hurl the word “racist” at anyone who opposes fundamentalist Muslims, as though Islam were a race rather than a religion.

      • GarySFBCN

        You mean the way you hurl ‘far left’ at anyone who is not a centrist/assimiliationist?

        • TommyTune

          When have I ever used the phrase “far left?” Go ahead, look through the archives and let me know. I’ll be here waiting. It’s just not something I say, because more often than not I’m on the far left of many issues myself.

          • GarySFBCN

            OK, if you haven’t used that phrase, I apologize.

          • TommyTune

            Thank you. I’m willing to be challenged on most anything, but I know what I’ve said, and I never said that.

      • JT

        … or even disagrees with him. That’s his gambit after one or two moves. And yet he thinks he’s rational.

      • Ish

        Are you really so dense as to not understand this, despite it being repeated a thousand times? Racism has very little to do with the reality of its object and everything to do with the perception and prejudices of the racist. It doesn’t matter if Islam is a race or a religion, Islamophobia is deeply (and obviously, to anyone who can see) racist. Being racist is descriptor of the person being racist, not the thing being characterized by the racist. It’s really not that hard to understand. Race is a social construct: how people are categorized and generalized, generally, it must be said, by racist structures of power and those who benefit from them.

        When JMG commenters start talking about smelly Orthodox Jews in Florida (as happened in this very blog on this very topic a couple days ago), in a discussion of an attack in Jerusalem, they are making racist statements despite the fact that the commenters and the knife wielder are all apparently “white,” and despite the abhorrent nature of the knife attack. It has nothing to do with Jews (or Judaism) and everything to do with racism.

        • TommyTune

          I see you’ve crawled out from underneath your rock to comment on your one and only favorite topic. Racists are against people of different races, not people of different religions. I don’t know what the word for that is, but it’s not “racist.” That’s just semantics, and “social constructs” have nothing whatsoever to do with it. As usual, you are completely full of it.

          • Ish

            Ok then. Enjoy your idiocy.

          • MDB

            Some might use sectarianism. But a much more appropriate word would be one from (ancient and modern) Greek – “μισαλλοδοξία” (misallodoxia)
            a compound word, comprising of “μισος” (hate) “άλλος” (other, different) and “δόξα” (technically, fame/glory, but in this context, belief). It means exactly that: the malicious hating of different beliefs.

          • TommyTune

            I just say “anti-religious.” It’s a lot easier to remember!

          • Bill_Perdue

            The degradation of zionist society and everyone in it is not a religious questions. It’s a measure of your stupidity that you’d say so.

            The degradation of zionist society is based on their racsim towards Palestinians, who they murder with impunity, orthodox or not, their widespread homophobia and their widespread hatred for Africans.

            That will only be ended when the zionist colony is disarmed and dismantled.

          • Bill_Perdue

            More mindless hatred or the left.

            Racism, in this case, is a combination of Eurocentric racsim and Islamophobia, or hate for all muslims, not on the basis or race, which is an unscientific concept, but as an excuse for right wing people like you to support the wars of aggression by the Bushes, the Clintons and Obama to steal their oil, and and other resources.

        • Schlukitz

          If the deplorable stabbing had nothing to do with Jews (or Judaism), then you obviously did not have the benefit of reading the posters that members of their tribe distributed and which Joe posted for us to read.

          • Ish

            To generalize about Jews or Judaism from this knife attack is both racist and antisemitic. To contextualise it within the racism and violence that is bred by Zionism in the state of Israel, that’s another story. See the difference?

          • Schlukitz

            No. Quite frankly, I don’t see the difference.

            Fact: The knifer was an Ultra Orthodox Jew.

            Are you denying that?

            Fact: The people who posted their written approval of the killing were also Ultra Orthodox Jews.

            Are you denying that as well?

            What I do see, is that this was a heinous act, against an entirely innocent person who was not gay and carried out because of his belief in the very religious order that calls for the killing of LGBT people.

            But, perhaps, like so many other people in denial, you can somehow spin this to make it the fault of gay people like the detestable Bryan Fischer who claims that the suicides of LGBT teens is their own fault.

          • vorpal

            This very clear and concise explanation, to which ish clearly has no answer, is precisely why I have the deepest respect for you, Schlukitz.

          • Schlukitz

            Thanks.

            How are you and your partner doing? Very well, I hope.

          • vorpal

            Ups and downs. The usual :-).
            Things are mostly pretty decent, though!
            How is everything with you???

          • Schlukitz

            Same as with you. The usual ups and downs. 🙂

            All in all, I can’t complain, however. Thanks for inquiring.

          • Cut back the carbs

            Generalizing about all fat people just because of shit bags like you would also be wrong

      • Bill_Perdue

        I regularly attack right wingers like you, judaists, christers and islamists.

    • Bill_Perdue

      Everyone who thinks the zionist state has some legitimacy is siding with racists.

      • TommyTune

        Would such “racists” include liberal Jews living in Israel who detest Bibi Netanyahu, his Likud party, and their support for West Bank occupation? Hmm? Inquiring minds want to know, Bill.

        • Bill_Perdue

          Everyone, like you, who thinks the zionist state has some legitimacy is siding with racists. Many of those people are racists.

          • TommyTune

            Go take your meds, Bill. Please, for everyone’s sake.

          • MDB

            But he can’t ! He won’t swallow – that’s much too liberal for his “taste” !
            /s

          • Bill_Perdue

            Another jebuz jumper jumps into the fray with another lie.

          • MDB

            Shucks, BP, yew say teh darndest
            thangs !
            *blushes*

          • vorpal

            Looks like you have an admirer!

          • Bill_Perdue

            zionism is racsim. Islamophobia is racism. You appear to think that the zionist state – with all it’s mass murder, apartheid and land theft – is a real nation. It’s not, it’s a European colony.

          • BudClark

            Bill, sweetie, I’ve tried to extend the hand of friendship to you. But why do you insist on writing these INSANE screeds the no one pays attention to?

            Did Israel not deserve a homeland after Shoa?

            Yes, the “Palestinians” do too, but neither side is going to achieve it by annihilating the other.

            If I had the power, I would send the Kaaba and every Muslim on Earth to a habitable planet FAR, FAR away, with no means of return.

            Ditto fanatical Christians, Jews, Hindus and anybody ELSE who can’t mind their own Pastafarius-damned business.

          • Bill_Perdue

            “Did Israel not deserve a homeland after Shoa?” Not in Palestine. Period.

            “but neither side is going to achieve it by annihilating the other.” All the annihilating is being done by zionist thugs. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2014/09/investigating-gaza-conflict-201491112454159948.html

          • pch1013

            Then I suppose Shira Banki (the murdered girl) was a Zionist too – one who was murdered by an anti-Zionist.

          • Bill_Perdue

            You’re doing your William Frank Buckley, Jr. imitation again and it seems to get worse with time.

            Go back and reread your bound collection of the National Review and see it you can’t pick up some pointers.

          • pch1013

            You can lie about me and call me all the names you like, but that won’t change these basic facts:

            Shira Banki was a Jew living in Israel who apparently did not object to the existence of Israel in its current form – which means that she was a Zionist, according to your definition.

            Her murderer belongs to an ultra-Orthodox sect that does not recognize the legitimacy of the State of Israel. He has said as much while in detention.

            Your anti-Zionism is shared by Yishai Shlissel, a religious extremist who attacked a gay pride march and murdered a young girl.

          • Bill_Perdue

            My anti-zionism is shared by tens of millions of decent people around the world.
            “We reiterate our call for a decisive global movement against apartheid, anti-Semitism, Zionism, racism, colonialism and fascism, which are the prime evils haunting the human race today and must be fought with all the energies at our disposal.

            Therefore, we unequivocally support the just and legitimate struggles of the Palestinian people to free their country, land and people.” The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a3ec307b6f85f54b1aeb82bb6bf402a02450b4fc84bdbd731e636e5c26a383e4.jpg http://www.cosatu.org.za/show.php?ID=9187#sthash.YcwY9ZRc.dpuf

          • pch1013

            And with Yishai Shlissel, who murdered a young girl who was (by your definition) a Zionist. (Maybe it was a covert protest against pinkwashing?)

            The fact that Shlissel and many like him live in the Occupied Territories has nothing to do with Zionism on their part, and everything to do with the fact that Netanyahu’s nasty right-wing regime subsidizes and coddles them. They are exempt from military service etc. and are basically parasites.

            And like you, they’re anti-Zionist.

            And speaking of Mandela, in 1993 he said: ‘“As a movement, we recognize the legitimacy of Palestinian nationalism just as we recognize the legitimacy of Zionism as a Jewish nationalism. We insist on the right of the State of Israel to exist within secure borders, but with equal vigor support the Palestinian right to national self-determination.”’ Sounds like he was a Zionist too.

      • MattM

        But just yesterday you said that made said people racists outright. Which is it? Are they racists by default or not? Get your ideology straight, Bill. And return my calls! We haven’t figured out where we’re going to have our wedding registry yet.

      • Rocco Gibraltar

        Hello cupcake. A baby challenge here. Say something nice. I turned my phasers to charming. I know it hurts, but try it doll.

        • Bill_Perdue

          Palestinian self defense is a good thing. Zionist racists are thugs. American support for zionism is racist.

  • Rocco Gibraltar

    Orthodoxy and conservatism are the enemies which are the common bond in the hate found in all religions. Show me a knife wielding Unitarian or reformed Jew.

  • TommyTune

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the real enemy is fundamentalism, be it in Judaism, Christianity, or Islam. In all of the Abrahamic religions they are the most corrosive, destructive force, and they must be opposed at every turn.

  • TexPlant

    Cowards!

  • Schlukitz

    And it’s religious assholes like that that cry “persecution” and “You’re denying us our freedom of speech”.

    Could anyone even imagine the howl of anguish that would arise if even one LGBT person were to advocate and call for the killing of a religious person?

    The media would be on it like flies to shit.

  • Stev84

    Take away their welfare already

    • BudClark

      When Israel became a nation, there were about 400 on welfare studying Torah. Now there are like 475,000, and secular Jews are fed up with them, particularly with refusing to serve in the IDF, without which Israel wouldn’t be a nation and they wouldn’t be able to study Torah (!).

  • Todd20036

    Nice to know that ultra Orthodox Jews and Adolf Hitler share a common goal. Really warms my heart

    • vorpal

      Polarized extremists – regardless of their views – usually end up having far more in common with each other than those who hold more moderate versions of those views. It’s the horseshoe theory of politics:

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horseshoe_theory

      It’s why talking to Bill_Perdue always makes me have to check if I am on JMG or I’ve accidentally stumbled over to BarbWire / WND.

      • Todd20036

        I’ve seen that as well. At the extreme it’s, “God loves me the most and wants me to kill everyone else “

      • MattM

        We we’ve already said his name three times. Isn’t he supposed to be here by now?

        Bill, darling, come hither. I’m in a playful mood!

        • vorpal

          It’s only a matter of time…

          Hark! I can hear the distant hum of a hoveround engine getting louder!

          • MattM

            Hoveround? That’s a name brand. He’s a socialist! He’d rather drag himself around than use such capitalist filth technology.

          • Steve Teeter

            Oh, he’s here.

      • MDB

        Vorpie, you know you have a seekrit catfancy for Mattie Barber. Just admit it, we’ll understand.
        (or do you just want to skratch his eyes out ???)

    • BudClark

      That’s the most incredible thing to me. Did they learn NOTHING from Shoa?

      What happened to NEVER AGAIN?!

      Of course, I’d like to ask the anti-gay black pastors the same question about the black civil rights movement.

  • JoeMyGod

    Just to be clear – these posters are openly praising the murder of a straight Jewish girl.

    • Schlukitz

      Whose only “sin” was supporting her friends at a Pride Event.

      Sick motherfuckers.

      • MDB

        I, for one, am waiting for Benji Netan-yahoo to explain away this sick bullshit; and tell the word what he i̶s̶
        isn’t going to do about it.

      • Strepsi

        I don’t think they’re sick. Like this sentence “Yesterday a judge ordered the killer to undergo an evaluation to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trail.”…

        Of course he is, he’s going by the fundamentals of his religion. Evil is not a BUG of religion, it’s a FEATURE.

        • It’s not so much religion in and of itself, as it is religious fundamentalism (and certain other kinds of religious traditionalism). The evil is not inherent in religious thinking, but it is apparent in many of the barbaric source materials. When fundamentalists tap into that sort of thing and play the “literalist” thing, they are turning to a primitive, dark, barbaric and uncivilized kind of religion. The less-literalist traditionalist types (Roman Catholic Church, for example) can be nearly as bad, if they don’t interpret their scriptures in a non-barbaric way.

    • MattM

      All’s fair when you hate faggots that much. Remember, Hitler also went after Jewish sympathizers and people helping the Jews escape.

      • vorpal

        The fact that buttsex makes them so livid and outraged just makes me want to do it ten times a day.

        • MattM

          Well there’s an idea for a flash mob….

          • vorpal

            LOLing and getting a boner at the same time is a very odd feeling.

          • MattM
          • RoFaWh

            I’m working on a spray to fix that too.

            We’re going to call it “Vorfixthink”. it’ll be wonderful when it’s perfected. Just spritz once and within minutes everyone in your abode will be entirely free of confusing combinations of reactions to stimuii.

            Unfortunately, the research has hit a roadblock and current formulations merely cause everyone within smelling distance to develop a boner, women, children , and hoousehold pets included. At least the researchers got as far as not having it also affect fleas, roaches, houseflies, silverfish, and aphids in the same way.

            Another product that’s further back in the pipeline might work better: “Vor-no-odd-thoughts”. It’s not a spray, however, Little tiny spherical red pills. The usual dosage is one every six hours. Regrettably, it has the drawback of rather serious withdrawal symptoms when you stop taking it. You start thinking like Rand Paul, very odd thoughts indeed.

      • Chris Larosa

        Countless “christian” leaders, exemplified by Mega-church/ministry pastor John MacArthur have declared any church or straight individual that is gay-affirming is “of Satan”. When you have this mantra repeated regularly within the halls of fungelicalism, it’s only time when you have this crap happening in the US.

    • Todd20036

      As far as they are concerned, straight ally = gay evil person

      • vorpal

        I hear this often: they are seriously convinced that all supporters of LGBT rights MUST be gay (or are actually secretly opposed to LGBT rights but have been bullied into coercion).

        Just like as a supporter of women’s rights, I must secretly have a vagina somewhere.

        • Wynter Marie Starr

          There’s really no accounting for stupid people.

    • MarkOH

      My first thought as well

    • MDB

      Exodus 21:12 “Anyone who strikes a person with
      a fatal blow is to be put to death.”

    • JT

      They’re like Westboro Baptists but with murderous intent. Pathological.

    • OrliJoe in Fla

      No that I believe in a god, or sky fairy, or whatever, but man what a mean SOB this god is… who’d want an overlord like that?

    • Sporkfighter

      That straight and Jewish is at all relevent is offensive.

      • Schlukitz

        I don’t think that it was Joe’s intent to be offensive.

        He was making the point that they are celebrating the death of one of their own who did nothing wrong.

        They might believe themselves to be in accordance with their Lord’s wishes by killing an non-Jewish LGBT person, but what is their rationale for killing a straight Jewish girl whose only “sin” was attending a parade?

        Would they also feel justified in killing her parents if they invited a gay person to their house for dinner?

        • Sporkfighter

          I’m not offended at Joe, I’m offended at the people to whom those details matter, as I took Joe to be.

          • Schlukitz

            Sorry. I misread your comment. 🙂

    • Stev84

      They probably don’t even consider her truly Jewish

    • Platos_Redhaired_Stepchild

      I doubt they consider her to be really Jewish. Or a really a person.

  • bryan

    And we are called fascists for wanting a cake baked. While these lunatics justify the murder of an innocent 16 year old girl. The true face of modern fascism is fundamentalist religion.

    • MattM

      Stop being so logical.

    • D. J.

      While Rowan County Clerk Davis is fasting over paperwork.

    • Michael Rush

      we have to tolerate a certain amount of religious nonsense but when we’re dealing with psycopaths it’s war .

  • JaniceInToronto

    OK. Doesn’t that -sound- like an actual terrorist organization?
    Is the FBI or CIA or NSA or whoever investigating these crazies?

  • shellback

    If you’re really into “self sacrifice,” stab yourself.

    • Schlukitz

      We all understand your justifiable. anger.

      Only yesterday, however, Joe did remind us not to wish harm on anyone lest it be picked up by the bigots and haters to be published and used against us.

      You might wish to consider scrubbing that comment.

      • johncAtl

        It’ll be okay as long as he doesn’t post a picture of a very obese person.

        • Schlukitz

          Hee hee.

          That sure was a bru-ha-ha, wasn’t it? LOL

          • johncAtl

            Some people just don’t know when to stop.

    • Friday

      Yeah, that’s …totally trying to sacrifice someone else to their God. The same flyer even admits it. While claiming it’s the opposite?

  • Hip Byroads

    A sexual encounter with a Midianite. Wonder what that was like.

    • grada3784

      Just a family get together. Midian was a son of Abraham.

  • Gregory In Seattle

    Murdering thugs, just like all other religious fanatics.

  • D. J.

    So, the next flu outbreak we’re supposed to spear one selected couple? Or do we reserve that for TB? Whooping cough? Ebola?
    Her name was Shira. Stop the madness. At least move into the 1950’s.

  • pickypecker
  • JT

    I wonder if these crazies realize how much their language sounds like the Nazis.

  • billbear1961

    How ironic that these savages are truly no better than Nazis.

    EDIT: Bitterly ironic

    • Schlukitz

      Yep yep. Ironic, indeed.

      They seem to have a very short memory of what the Nazis did to them not so long ago.

      • Bill_Perdue

        zionists learned all the wrong lessons from the nazis

        Lidice and Sabra-Shatila. “In June 1942, Lidice, a village in Czechoslovakia, ceased to exist. Lidice had been implicated in the assassination of Heydrich, the Nazi controller of Bohemia and Moravia, and Hitlers’s order was given to “teach the Czechs a final lesson of subservience and humility” http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/lidice_1942.htm

        video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-V-wUkgeQw

        Oradour-sur-Glane and Deir Yassin. “This atrocity was carried out on Saturday 10th June 1944 by soldiers of the Der Führer Regiment of the 2nd Waffen-SS Panzer Division Das Reich. On that day, without giving any explanation, they killed a total of 642 men, women and children, leaving only a few survivors.’ http://www.oradour.info/

        video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TwrwJJ3G6w

        The Warsaw Ghetto and Gaza The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II. It was established in the Polish capital between October and November 16, 1940, in the territory of the General Government of German-occupied Poland. … The death toll mong the Jewish inhabitants of the Ghetto, between deportations to extermination camps, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and the subsequent razing of the ghetto, is estimated to be at least 300,000.” Wiki

        video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHsGuAGsLm8

        Gaza is the largest and worst concentration camp in the world.

        • PBGVNinja

          Stalin did similar things in Russia and the rest of E. Europe. In 1937-1938 alone there were over 1 million people in the former Soviet Union rounded up and summarily executed by the NKVD. Ask the Czechs who lived through it how they feel about German and the subsequent Russian occupation and you will get a long and very painful story. They lost their independence twice in the 20th century, first from the Germans, then from the Soviets, and only got rid of all of them in 1989. The first time I went through there …from Germany, by road…in 1990, all the Red Stars had been ripped off of govt. buildings and you could see visible reminders of the Velvet Revolution – led by a writer, Vaclav Havel, who was persecuted under the post Dubcek regime, and his fellow Czech and Slovak independence-minded compatriots – smokestacks which had CSSR-SSSR on them (Czechoslovak Socialist Republic – USSR) painted over so quickly that you could see the slogans through the white paint. Grim.

          Read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velvet_Revolution

          • PBGVNinja

            I actually had the opportunity to meet Olga Havlova in the Spanish Room at the palace in Prague in person on a subsequent visit and she was a most elegant lady. A real gem. The concert (chamber music performed by two master string musicians, in a gorgeous mirrored room painted in white with lots of gold leaf accents on the walls) was a wonderful and serendipidous experience.

          • RoFaWh

            The Czechs were also forcibly re-converted to Catholicism during the Counter-reformation. Religion has a very weak grip on the Czechs.

          • PBGVNinja

            On that point, you are quite correct. Jan Hus was burned at the stake and predated Martin Luther by about a century. The Bible was translated into vernacular Czech (Bohemian) a long time before it was translated into German (by Luther and colleagues). Written German owes quite a lot to the Lutherite biblical translation – it basically set the form for the modern language.
            The Defenestration(s) of Prague (I believe there were at least 2 of them) are significant events in reformationist history.
            The Bohemians – Czechs and Moravians – paid dearly for their anti-orthodoxy during the 30 Years War – half the male population was wiped out. There is a huge statue in Old Town Square Prague to honor the Hussites.
            The Prague Loretto is a wonderful piece of counter-reformationist propagandistic architecture. Quite over the top.

      • crankyd

        March them off to camp.

  • BearEyes

    So much for that part about “Thou shall not kill”

    • vorpal

      They justify it by saying that it is actually “Thou shall not murder”, and when god orders execution, it is righteous and does not comprise murder.

      The Abrahamic religions are a buffet – pick and choose what you like – of hateful stupidity.

  • D. J.

    So, to USA religious fanatics, yes idiots, there are limits on religious freedom. For.Good.Reasons.

    • Hue-Man

      I don’t think governments are willing to take on Big Religion and define limits on religious freedom. Scalia’s already said that religious beliefs aren’t reasonable. This week it was reported that an infamous polygamist was entitled to $43,160 per year in tax credits for his 98 children who qualify for the credit!

      “But the Conservatives (like most other politicians) have been less clear on where they stand on religious-based polygamy. Because opposing it means accepting the B.C. Supreme Court’s conclusion that even religious freedom has its limits — a conclusion that at least some voters might find hard to accept.” http://news.nationalpost.com/toronto/child-care-benefit-could-be-a-potential-43160-bonanza-for-b-c-polygamist-with-133-children

      If there are no limits on religious freedom, then psycopathic killers like this will get away with murder – literally.

  • MDB

    I guess the uber-crazy Orthodox Jews are permitted to ignore the: “You Shall not Kill/Murder” – COMMANDMENT of their omniscient all-powerful Yahweh !!! or the law from Exodus 21:12 “Anyone who strikes a person with a fatal blow is to be put to death.”

    FUCKING SAVAGES !!!

  • Time Warper

    The barbarians burned a Palestinian toddler to death and the rest of his family suffered burns too, but let’s not mention that. Let’s just send them another couple of billion dollars to continue to spy on America, murder our sailors and citizens and continue their apartheid.

  • BeaverTales

    These posters should be advertised everywhere in the world with full translation into the local language. Call this community of murderous thugs out on their bigotry and never let Israel hide the crazy racist grandpa of Israeli politics behind the drapes ever again.

    Since they won’t police themselves, the media from the rest of the world can do it.

  • gaymex

    Killing a young Jewish girl, who was not gay, because she marched to support her friends…it looks like “sincerely held religious beliefs” is contagious. Any philosophy that lifts myth to some sort of warped reality should be banned and that’s at the core of all fundamentalist religions.

  • Pp

    Demented Jewish, Christian and Muslim followers will destroy this world sooner or later. It’s not gonna end well with them running around, unless….

  • SoCalVet

    Make sure we understand just how despicable your genital mutilating religion is.

    • SoCalVet

      Men must have the end of their penis cut off to please their lord.

      • Schlukitz

        Well, it IS concealed damage.

        Imagine how upset they would be if it were the end of their noses that have to be cut off to please their lord?

        • Goodboy

          Not like they don’t have plenty to spare;-)

          • SoCalVet

            oh no you didn’t! lol

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    This is absolutely disgusting and sickening. Anyone who would praise the murder of a child is sick and evil and beyond all redemption.

    • gaymex

      It really is depressing. I was talking to a couple of teenage girls this morning. They are doing hospice work for a gay elder. I wouldn’t want those kids to live anywhere near people who would see their act of compassion and kindness as some kind of sin which required their deaths.
      It is so hard to comprehend why such insane zealots are able to freely walk the streets. Would I infringe upon their liberty by locking them in an institution for the criminally insane? YES

      • Wynter Marie Starr

        I have teens that do volunteer work and get into all kinds of causes including LGBT rights. I had relatives that helped Jews during WWII. My family is very proud of that fact.

        How can defending your friends, sticking up for what is right, and doing good in the world be deserving of murder and attempted murder?

        These people would see me and my entire family dead. I don’t care where they lock him up as long as he never gets out. The people responsible for these posters should be put on a terrorist list. Because that’s what they are.

        • gaymex

          It is so hard to understand what motivates them. At the present it seem that our only defense (short of locking them all up) is to stay away from them and that’s getting harder and harder to do.
          What your family did was (and is) something to be proud of. If there were more families like yours, we wouldn’t be facing this crisis–I think it’s called brotherly love. These religious terrorists don’t comprehend that. They are mentally ill and their support groups–if you can call them that–are composed of the mentally ill, so there is no help. No one to challenge their insanity. It does seem hopeless at times.

          • Wynter Marie Starr

            It is absolutely frustrating that some think their beliefs give them the right to kill others. Or make laws about things they don’t agree with. Or to not serve people in a public business. Or bully them. Or keep them out of jobs and housing.

            How do you stay away from such people? If only we could. I don’t personally care what others do as long as they aren’t hurting others. I may not agree with them, but they don’t require my agreement. It’s not a difficult concept to keep your nose out of people’s business and to do no harm. (As my pagan friends say)

        • Schlukitz

          Your family has every good reason to be proud of that fact.

          We are very proud of you as well.

          • Wynter Marie Starr

            The point is that people who could have been killed for aiding a certain group did so regardless. Because it was the right thing to do. Those lessons have been lost within a community that would praise a man who killed a child. I don’t understand the disconnect that religious extremists and terrorist operate their lives. I struggle not to hate such people, but they cause harm to their fellow humans.

  • leastyebejudged

    Yup, this is what orthodox jews are all about, it’s not a huge surprise, nor is it a surprise that jews in power side with them and shield them from the consequences of their shit.

    Zionism is evil.

  • David L. Caster

    In an emotional eulogy, Banki’s parents, Milka and Uri, spoke of their daughter’s compassion, intelligence, and vitality.

    “We had four wonderful children, all of whom are intelligent, beautiful, kind, and especially, good friends to one another,” said Uri. “Now we are left with three children – with the pain, longing and shock that every parent would rather die than feel.

    “We had a daughter who was blessed, had great genes and an excellent education,” he continued. “And we are not too modest to take credit for two out of three of these qualities.”

    Noting Shira’s formidable intelligence, her parents said they equally valued her “emotional intelligence.”

    Although their daughter was not part of the LGBT community, her parents praised her for nonetheless supporting the rights of all people to live as they choose, as well as her message of love and tolerance.

    “We are proud of Shira’s achievements and know that everyone is in pain from her murder,” Uri continued. “This is the needless death of an innocent young girl.”

    Invoking their daughter’s legacy of tolerance, her parents emphasized that they do not blame the ultra-Orthodox community for a crime carried out by one individual.

    “We want to say that we have no quarrel with the [ultra-Orthodox] people,” Uri said. “Our quarrel is with intolerance – with hatred – and achieving goals at the painful expense of others.”

    Banki’s parents said they will rebuild their shattered lives, while not capitulating to the unbridled hatred that took their daughter’s.

    “Now we will go home and begin to build a new family, and to learn to live as five instead of six,” the parents said. “We will try to hate less and love more, and this is what we offer to everyone.”

    Source

    That tolerance is now going to be tested.

    • gaymex

      I am so amazed by her family. Shira was loved and encouraged to love others. What a heartbreaking story. What a remarkable family.

    • Schlukitz

      Especially when they read the posters.

    • John P.

      I can’t imagine loosing a child especially under those circumstances. She was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. I’d be a complete mess for a long, long time.

      • Schlukitz

        I don’t mean to be provacative or picayune, but something about the phrase “She was just in the wrong place at the wrong time disturbs me.

        It begs the question, “Where would the right place have been?”

        • Steve Teeter

          Somewhere else.

  • MDB

    Hello Cortana: “Why can orthodox Jews murder innocent people without consequence?”

    Cortana: error, error, error…… sterilize, ster.i.lize

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6o881n35GU

  • joe ho

  • lvnvrcd

    Their god is a god of hate.

    • John P.

      Their god is a complete asshole!

      • Schlukitz

        Fortuantely for us, he does not exist. Thank goodness.

        Unfortunately, however, the believers in such an asshole are doing a damned good job causing so much grief, pain and suffering all by themselves. 🙁

  • Piet

    Despicable.

  • Bill_Perdue

    zionist society is based on racism as an excuse for mass murder and land theft, it’s characterized by a culture of rape among it’s thug ‘leaders’, widespread homophobia, the murder and torture of Palestinian civilians, particularly children, and on a form of apartheid worse than that practiced in South Africa.

  • pj

    keep in mind these fanatics have a long game for israel. they have for years been having huge families on the governments dime and they plan to take over the country. they are already imposing their strict religious teachings….. an example ……the men refuse to sit next to certain people on airplanes and demand to have the person moved. they plan to wipe out any european/western influence and turn the country into a religious state. then watch out gay people in israel.

  • Orly

    Ah religion. The gift that keeps on giving killing.

  • Am I the only person that had not heard the term “Ultra-Orthodox” until the original news stories about all this were posted? I had heard of Haredi Judaism & Orthodox Judaism but never this other term. I usually just say “backwards, crazy-ass people” when folks are this fundamentalist with their religions, but this one “Ultra” thing is new to me.

  • KQCA

    Is John Hagee endorsing these posters?

  • Elliott

    Boy do I feel simple. Here I was thinking that this tragedy was the result of one lone zealot who has mental problems. Isn’t that what we’re supposed to take away from this? That the community bears no responsibility? Fuckers.

    • Robert Conner

      Excellent point. When it’s Jews and Christians doing the violence, it’s always that rare crazy extremist. When it’s a Muslim, we tend to identify the religion itself as the problem. In fact, the first recorded genocide is described in the Bible in the book of Joshua. It records the sack of Canaanite cities and the murder of all the people in them, men, women and children. Judaism has its roots in religious war and the more closely one adheres to the commandments of the Old Testament, the more dangerous they become.

  • ScottChicago

    Again, the frightening link between religion and violence.
    The scapegoat mechanism continues. Victims beget victims.

  • JustSayin’

    I would not be surprised to find out the NOM, Liberty U, Dullbart, or Wing Nut Daily paid for the posters.

  • crankyd

    Round ’em up (including their enablers) and march them all off to settlement camps. Let the displaced Palestinians take care of them.

    • Robert Conner

      Their enablers are American evangullibies who think the restoration of the ancient borders of Israel will usher in the apocalypse.

  • Robert Conner

    I think very few people understand just how extreme and violent Judaism and its offshoot Christianity really are. It can be a bit of a slog, but I’ve been encouraging people who want insight into the background of the beginnings of the Christian cult to read this essay. If you believe it’s wise to know your enemy, this will help.

    https://www.scribd.com/doc/269575794/Christianity-s-Critics-The-Romans-Meet-Jesus-by-Robert-Conner

    • Ore Carmi

      For most of the last couple of millennia, Judaism has NOT been a violent religion in practice. It was typically the religion of an oppressed group, and much of the teachings dealt with self-knowledge and kindness to others. It’s only recently, with self-determination for Jewish people, that violence has cropped up among some of the religious communities.

      To be sure, there are some deplorable spots in the texts (along with some truly inspired ones that advocate peace), but I think it’s inaccurate to write off the whole religion as violent.

  • JCF

    the Old Testament verse “Whoever spills the blood of the wicked is as if he brought a sacrifice.”

    FWIW, that verse was not familiar to me, and Google’s not showing it to me, either. Somebody’s BSing here, and I’m guessing it’s the killer phobes.

    • BudClark

      Did have any trouble finding it in the Talmud:

      Quotes ‘With Attitude’ From The Jewish Talmud – Rense
      http://www.rense.com/general21/tal.htmA Jewish man is obligated to say the following prayer every day: “Thank you God …. atoned for the children of Israel’ It says he atoned – did he bring a sacrifice? … whoever spills the blood of the wicked is like someone who brings a sacrifice.

  • Blake Jordan

    All religious fundamentalists / extremists should be placed on a continent by themselves, to take care of each other!!!

    There is no better people to prove that god does not exist!

  • Max_1

    Well, so much for the religion of peace…

  • Ireyon

    Religion (TM)! Poisoniong the human mind since times immemorial.

  • Unbelievable. No, that’s not right, it is ever too sadly believable. The people who are praising the killer are a Jewish equivalent of ISIL, and are not far removed from the likes of Scott Lively, or the lunatics in the American anti-abortion movement who bomb health clinics and kill doctors in churches.

    In my “many paths but not all paths” tradition, I pronounce *their* particular interpretation of Judaism an evil religion that does not lead to the mountaintop.

  • They should make theses turkeys serve in the military and pay higher taxes.