Ve-hashotim ve-Haman yashvu lishtos…

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11 Responses

  1. aron feldman says:

    A truly sickening site! It boggles how stupid these people are! One can disagree with the current secular Zionist government,yet at the same time not agree with this Iranian Rasha

  2. Seth says:

    Perhaps one of them is like Queen Esther, trying to get close to the regime in order to save the Jewish people… one can only hope.

  3. leah says:

    Oy! My gosh! I pray that comment # 2 is correct…..yet………

  4. Miriam says:

    Seth – it’s the opposite. They foolishly think they’ll get a special place in a safe haven when he attacks everyone else ch”v

  5. L. Oberstein says:

    I agree with aron. these people are going too far in their zealotry. As I understand it, the Satmat Rov didn’t approve of this behavior but since he died there has been no one powerful enough to put an end to this lunatic fringe.
    he picture is indeed worth a thousand words.

  6. Miriam says:

    Neturei Karta claims to advocate for the “peaceful dismantling of the State of Israel” – what is their vision of how that’s going to work (sic) at the hands of enemies?

    By the way what language do they communicate in?

  7. Joe Hill says:

    I believe this picture is several years old. It was taken in a Manhattan hotel the Iranian President stayed in during a UN visit.

  8. mb says:

    Doesn’t seem like there is much to eat and drink.Some party! Hrumph!

  9. It’s from a 2007 meeting between the leaders of the formerly Jewish Neturei Karta and the madman of Tehran.

    I say formerly Jewish because their hated-filled definition of Judaism is so different from anyone else’s that they can’t possibly be the same religion. And since there’s more of us, we get the “Jewish” title.

  10. > the Satmar Rov didn’t approve of this behavior

    Perhaps, but given his endless condemnations of Zionism, his accusations of how the State of Israel and Zionism were responsible for anti-Semitism, etc., then one could say the Neutrei Karta are simply a more honest and active branch of Satmar: they’re prepared to do something about the evil he identified. Does he not bear some responsibility for that?

  11. Raymond says:

    This group of self-hating Jews is particularly damaging to our people, because of how the antisemites of this world see them. See, if a totally secular Jew is against his own people, at least he is being consistent, and can therefore be dismissed. But if somebody looks and acts like he is following the Will of G-d, yet is against the Jewish State of Israel and supports a monster like Ahmadinijad, then what is the antisemite supposed to conclude, other than that Israel is not central to Judaism after all? I am not sure what can be done about groups like Neterei Karta, other than to have nothing to do with them whatsoever. The various mainstream, Orthodox Jewish groups and individuals, need to ex-communicate such people, considering them to be as if they are dead.

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