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Saturday, November 04, 2006

Remembering Yitzchak Rabin

18 comments:

  1. Yes, well it can make you angry if you think of Oslo.

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  2. no one deserves that no matter what terrible thing you think they did.

    what good does it do?

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  3. I didn't say he deserves it, but those who have turned him into an idol and proclaim that Rabin Memorial Day is more important than Holocaust Memorial Day do

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  4. Anonymous5/11/06

    Shulchan Aruch HaRav Volume Six, laws pertaining to property "If a Jew gives up the land of other Jews to Goyim, and he persists in this, that is he gives up the land of three or more Jews, he is a rodef, and can and should be killed by anyone".

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  5. Anonymous5/11/06

    I agree w/Kahaneloyalist! If it were done consistently our foolish government would be scared stiff to even allow the thought of giving away our Land to enter his mind.

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  6. Anonymous5/11/06

    I feel no hatred towards Rabin the only issue is halacha and the Alter Rebbe has ruled clearly in this regard

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  7. Anonymous5/11/06

    I feel disgust and more for any evil Jew who gives away the Land or ousts Jews from their homes, etc. For a Jew to do that to another Jew is worse than a goy doing it.

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  8. can you name even one person who "proclaim that Rabin Memorial Day is more important than Holocaust Memorial Day" ???

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  9. Glad you asked TC

    The Israeli Education Minister thinks that.

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  10. I feel disgust and more for any evil Jew who gives away the Land or ousts Jews from their homes, etc. For a Jew to do that to another Jew is worse than a goy doing it.

    And how do you feel about Jews gunning down their democratically elected leaders? Should we toss a bomb into the Knesset while we're at it?

    I didn't realize Al Capone was a Ger Tzedek. Someone should have told the FBI he was just exerting his right to practice Torah-true Judaism.

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  11. Is gunning down a leader somehow worse than gunning down an ordinary person? What's with the leader worship?

    And what in the world does Al Capone have to do with anything? Are we just throwing out names at random now? Billy Wilder! Lorne Green! Al Caprone! Steven Tyler! John Sununu!

    Besides as a good Chicago mobster Al would have supported the Democrats I'm sure.

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  12. You must be thinking of some other, significantly more murderous Billy Wilder.

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  13. Is gunning down a leader somehow worse than gunning down an ordinary person? What's with the leader worship?

    I think there's a difference between mere homicide and homicide-to-counteract-democracy, sorry. I also don't believe a mere disagreement in government policies justifies assasination. Silly me.

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  14. Mmm hadn't had breakfast yet, thanks for putting words in my mouth. I don't recall saying that mere disagreement justifies assassinating anybody. I mean if you really believed that way, wouldn't you need a bulletproof vest just to post on this blog.

    Of course you can somehow say Democracy and a Labor party Prime Minister in the same sentence, which suggests you're at least irony proof.

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  15. You must be thinking of some other, significantly more murderous Billy Wilder.

    How many prostitutes does he have to kill before the qualifies as officially 'murderous'

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  16. Yes, why did Peres order the killing of Rabin via ShaBaK stooge Yigal Amir? After all, the left is known for its humanist values, as shown during the Altalena incident - of which Rabin was of course the great hero.

    Music: Yom Tov Ehrlich - Yakov der Zinger

    Beartzeinu hakdosha
    Belishkat rosh hamemshala
    Asher beYerushalayim ir habira
    Yashav sham echad
    Meguchach bemeuchad
    Yoter metumtam memeno ein af echad
    Et ha'aretz hu moser
    LeArafat hatzorer
    Afilu al Yerushalayim hu muchan levater.

    (the Yiddish part, which matches "Zitz ofn traktor... is obscene mikve humor and then it continues)..

    Un Yigal Amir kent fun van un fun ver

    Bemotzaei Shabbat lakach hu ekdach
    She hu kibel be'emtzaut ha ShaBaK
    Yara hu beRabin veRabin nafal
    VeArafat be'Aza tzaak "Oy, Chaval"

    (you'll have to wait for Purim for the rest, including the omitted Yiddish lyrics! I actually wrote this for the Purim after he was killed by the ShaBaK)

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  17. Sorry- I was thinking of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billy_Elliot.

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  18. his ballet shoes run red with the blood of the enemy

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