"Metzger's letter came in the wake of a police investigation into alleged incitement by Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira, who wrote in his recent book "Torat Hamelech" that killing non-Jews who do not observe the seven Noahide commandments is not only permissible, but sometimes even desirable." I could be mistaken but I thought it was reported that he actually argued this position in regards to Noahides, not non-Noahides. As Muslims are Noahides, and his primary goal seems to be justifying the killing of Palestinians (who are mostly Muslims, though significant numbers are not) this would seem to make more sense. Which is it? Has anyone a copy of the book?
Japan would 'very clearly' prefer Britain remain in EU, says PM Abe (Reuters)
from the article: Rabbis can apparently say whatever they want
Former SS guard Reinhold Hanning says he’s ashamed he witnessed the injustice of Auschwitz. At such trials, victims just want to stir some human reaction from their former tormenters.14:12 05.05.16 | 0 comments