Stacey's out. Must be antisemitism


By Anonymous
December 12, 2009
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I expect a ZF picket outside Simon Cowell's mansion now that Stacey Solomon is off X-Factor. And while they are at it, they should demonstrate outside Rod Stewart's house because he omitted Israel from his rendition of the OJay's Love Train. Shame on him.

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Ben Abuyah

Sat, 12/12/2009 - 22:02

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Delighted to see the JC's priorities. This story is already on their front page, but I can't see any mention of the descration in Yasuf, which took place over 24 hours ago.


Yvetta

Sun, 12/13/2009 - 08:49

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"Speak roughly to your little boy
And beat him when he sneezes
He only does it to annoy
Because he knows it teases."
- Lewis Carroll.


Honest Blogger

Sun, 12/13/2009 - 09:43

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Rumour has it that "Moshe's a Fatty Too" is one of Innal Rabbak's sock puppets-be warned !


Honest Blogger

Sun, 12/13/2009 - 11:41

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Oh I a forgot to add-could it be that we have another imposter pseudonym on this blog?

Encyclopaedia Britannica- Ben Abuyah-Jewish scholar who renounced his faith and who came to be regarded in later ages as a prototype of the heretic whose intellectual pride leads him to infidelity to Jewish laws and morals. In the Talmud, Elisha is not mentioned by name but is usually referred to as Aḥer (“the Other,” or “Another”). His renunciation of Judaism was considered doubly heinous because he was a tanna (scholar), one of a group of some 200 masters of the Oral Law that flourished in Palestine during the 1st and 2nd centuries ad.

The son of a rich Jew, Ben Abuyah was educated from childhood to be a scholar. Although he became a tanna, he lost faith in rabbinic authority and flouted Jewish law by such actions as openly riding through the streets on the most sacred Jewish holiday, Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement). More seriously, the Talmud relates that Ben Abuyah betrayed Jews during a period of persecution by the Roman emperor Hadrian (ad 76–138).

Different versions of the Talmud contain cryptic references to Ben Abuyah's heretical acts and the reason for his renunciation of Judaism. According to one tradition he became so interested in Greek culture and philosophy that he abandoned his heritage; another relates an incident that implies Ben Abuyah's belief in two gods. Later scholars, studying these passages, offered different, and sometimes contradictory, interpretations. Some concluded that Elisha was a follower of Philo of Alexandria, a philosopher whose theological views were considered heretical by contemporary Jews. Others saw Ben Abuyah variously as a convert to Christianity, a member of a Gnostic sect, or a Sadducee. Whatever the reason for his apostasy, Ben Abuyah's story became the subject of later literary works, among them the Hebrew drama Ben Abuyah.

Another Inal Rabbak sock puppet (for those of you who didn't know-Inal Rabbak means "Curse your God" in Arabic.)

Be warned- one self-hating jewish Israeli TROLL is lurking on this blog in many guises.


Yvetta

Sun, 12/13/2009 - 13:19

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And what about Gordon Bennett?
Surely he's no relation to "The expletive Gordon Bennett ... a version of Gor blimey ..."?


moshetzarfati2 (not verified)

Sun, 12/13/2009 - 16:53

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"Honest" if you knew any Hebrew, you'd know that Tzarfati is "Of France" -- that's where the family originated. But when it comes to Jewish/Israeli matters, I'm not surprised you are an ignoramus.

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