Racism like no other
Racism, arrogance, supremacy,
and dominance attitude that surpasses anything mankind has ever known:
(quotes by Rabbi Manis Friedman author and lecturer, dean of Bais Chanah
Women’s Institute of Jewish
“There are two different and distinct entities: the human being, and the
Jew who is part of G-d”
“We are a G-dly people, we have G-dly souls. Our place is in Heaven, in fact
higher than Heaven because Heaven is also a created place, and we are a
part of G-d”
“The world wants leadership and who are they going to look to for moral
leadership if not the Jews?”
“We are to treat other Jews as Divine beings, because that’s what they
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The internationally growing, violent impact of this pervasive and
supremacist ideology,should be utterly alarming to all, irrespective of
nationality, culture, ethnicity or religion.
It is critically important to expose, challenge, and oppose such outlandish
One might wonder: “why excavate such issues now, why exhume hoary ideologies
and waste time wrestling with it? These are only some foolish beliefs, and
people are entitle to have their own”
This might be true to a certain extent, except that:
** Those beliefs are HARMFUL to life and to humanity.
** Those beliefs entice racist, chauvinistic, supremacist opinions and
** Those beliefs dehumanise and demonise those who are different.
** And worse, they invoke and provoke mass murder, genocide, and total
eradication of others -as we have over the past 60 years in occupied Palestine.
That is why exposing and opposing such beliefs is not only a right but an
obligation for any human who cares about morality, equality, social progress,
human rights, justice and world peace.
Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
“We are Jews because G-d chose us to be His "cherished treasure from
all the nations… a kingdom of priests and a holy people" (Exodus
Answer by Rabbi Shlomo Chein,
Director of Chabad @ UC S.Cruz in California
and editor of askmoses.com
"The Jewish soul is the energy given to the Jew to be
able to carry out this mission"
"The soul can perhaps be explained as a "microcosm of G-d". By
allowing his G-dly soul to be expressed within his own existence the Jew
can bring G-d into all of existence.
It is this soul that gives the Jew the power to be G-dly
in a human world, and supernatural in a natural universe.
" the Jew has an additional mission, and therefore an additional
By Avi Lazerson, Jewish Magazine, Mai 2003
"The (Jewish) soul, which is an emanation from G-d, a "piece"
of G-d in the body, a entity that was one with G-d before"
"It is this yearning that is so frustrating for the Jew to fulfill.
Not through riches, and not through wisdom can the soul be satisfied, but only
through connecting to G-d."
"Practical Kabbalah," is a far more commonly used term that
evokes esoteric meditations and/or magical incantations for spiritual
elevation, healing and cursing, often involving the manipulation
of sacred words.
Jewish purpose and mission:
** "Tikkun Olam B’Malchut Shaddai"
(total world transformation),
** "Makom Ladur BaTachtonim"
(to make a place for Him in the lower realms),
** "Timcheh Et Zeicher Amalek"
** "L’Or Goyim"
(a light unto the nations)
The epithets affirming that the people of Israel are equal to this task
** "Am Segula"
(the chosen people),
** "Goy Kadosh UMamlechet Kohanim"
(a holy people and a nation of priests),
** "MeAl HaTeva"
** "Ba’alei Nevuah"
(masters of prophecy),
** "Ba’alei Hashpa’a Nissit"
(exercisers of miraculous influence)
** "Kol Yisrael Tzaddikim"
(all Israel are righteous)
By Eliezer Shmetov, Chabad-Lubavitch emissary in Montevideo,
“the Jew is the Neshamah (soul) that every Jew possesses. The soul
of the Jew is different than the soul of the non-Jew. They have different
characteristics, potentials and needs. Every Jew has essentially the same type
of soul as any other Jew. This Jewish soul is inherited from his or her
"The only meaningful difference between one Jew and another is the level
and intensity of expression of this common essence.”
"A Jew by birth is Jewish no matter what he or she may think, say or
The Messianic Spark in the Jewish Soul
"…the Jewish soul "is a portion of G-d above,"
"The spark of Mashiach, comprising the deepest point of the soul,
is the activating force fueling leadership potential.
Spiritual DNA of Jews is different
How can I be Jewish …………….if I don’t believe in God?
Answer: Rabbi Naftali Brawer, rabbi at Borehamwood and Elstree United
"Being Jewish is
an existential definition; it is who you are in your very essence and nothing
can ever change that. This is because at your core is a Jewish soul
bequeathed to you by your Jewish forbears. It is, to put it in other terms,
your spiritual DNA"
"you cannot alter the fact that deep within you resides a Jewish
essence. Furthermore, being Jewish is an all-or-nothing scenario"
Nefesh HaBahamis (Animal Soul), Nefesh HoElokis (G-dly Soul)
Jews, as we shall see, are different from Gentiles. Jews
have a spiritual purpose, Gentiles a physical one.. This can be compared to
hands and feet…."
" Jews are functionally different from non-Jews. ….. We have been educated
to believe a series of fictions in our generation, one of which is that there
really are no differences between people."
"Nevertheless, man remains different from animal, man from woman and Jew
"The Talmud categorizes Jews as different in levels of mercy, modesty
and acts of goodness".
"A Jew is different in that he has a neshomah, an additional
level to the life force of other human beings".
"every Jew has the nefesh (life force) of every human being known
as the Nefesh HaBahamis (Animal Soul). His additional soul,
neshomah, is also known as the Nefesh HoElokis (G-dly Soul)"
what that basically means is
(Jews have Divine souls, non-Jews have animal souls)
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