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    • Binyamin
    • 04.02.10 | 20:39 (IST)

    Talk about incitment of children? Read Rabbi Yitzak Shapira's new Halachic commentary, "The King's Torah." It's guide to killing gentiles (aka, Arabs). A few quotes will suffice: "It is permitted to kill gentile children if they are going to grow up to be trained to harm Jews." "It is permissible to kill gentiles who harm Jews." "It is permissible to kill gentiles who have harmed Jews in the past and may harm them in the future, even if at the time they are killed, they are not harming Jews." And yes, this book has been embraced by many prominent Rabbis and is not a "fringe" movement. It is now traught in many West Bank Yeshivas. For an excellent report on the role religious incitment (both Moslem and Jewish) is playing in the conflict, see this link. Yes, its Al Jazeera, but watch it anyway. http://english.aljazeera.net/programmes/insidestory/2009/11/20091111141817912970.html

    from the article: Let's play 'what if'
    First published 02:32 04.02.10 | Last updated 09:26 04.02.10
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