Thursday, August 17, 2006

Message on Terrorism From A Jewish Christian

Got this email from a personal friend. I've known this man for years and will stand behind the following as being true and not just made up verbiage to stir up emotions. - prying1 -

Feel free to copy the following quote and pass it on - I would request that you not change the body of the following message nor the name at the end. -


Brothers and sisters -

As most of you know, I was born and raised a Jew in Brooklyn, New York. My parents were of the WWII generation. My father was a soldier in the United States Army in the fight against the Axis powers and the Nazi holocaust against the Jews.

It was part of the Jewish upbringing I received to have instilled in me a knowledge and remembrance of the evil the Nazis perpetrated on the Jews and the world. The Jewish motto was, "Never forget!" lest such an evil rise again.

So, as part of my education, my parents told and showed me all the details of the Nazi holocaust. I read much literature, such as The Diary of Anne Frank, and saw countless photographs and films documenting the horrors and atrocities. My brain is seared with the black & white images taken when Eisenhower and the liberation troops first entered the concentration camps.

I also had many family members murdered by the Nazis in Poland and Lithuania. Many of my maternal grandmothers cousins and brothers and sisters were killed by the Nazis in concentration camps. I have pictures of them as young people. My maternal grandparents had escaped from Russia during the early anti-Jewish pogroms prior to the Russian revolution.

One story that was told to me over and over is the following.

I had a cousin, who has since passed away, named Jennie. I knew her when I was a child. She was, then, an elderly widow living in Trenton, New Jersey. When she was a young woman, she had been arrested in Poland, by the Nazis, and put in a concentration camp. On a cold winter's day, when the snow was deep, she was forced to strip naked, with a group of women doing likewise. They were marched out in the snow, naked, to a place where they were all going to be shot. My cousin Jennie was very exhausted and faint and collapsed into a bank of snow. At that moment, she was sure she would be shot in the back by one of the Nazi guards. Amazingly, they did not see her and marched on. A Christian woman living on a farm nearby, later found her lying in the snow and stealthily brought her back to her farm. She nursed her back to health and then helped to smuggle her out to the United States.

This is one story in a thousand. Growing up in the Jewish community in Brooklyn, I knew survivors who still had tattoos on their arms from the Nazi concentration camps.
I used to have dreams, two or three times a year, since early childhood, that Nazis were looking for me. They wanted to kill me because I was Jewish. They continued into my late adulthood.

When the Allied troops defeated Germany and her allies in WWII they outlawed Nazism. Nazism is illegal in Germany as it should be. Any philosophy that advocates the genocide of any race should be declared illegal by a sane world. It should not be permitted to exist and flourish.

During WWII, the Arab nations loved Hitler. They had a name for him in Arabic which is translated "the great one." His philosophy of exterminating the Jews agreed with their philosophy, set forth in the Koran. There was a branch of the SS that was Islamic. I have seen films, and have a video tape, of them marching in Storm Trooper uniforms, identical to that of the German SS except for their hats. They wore the fez instead of the traditional high-peaked Nazi hat. When the war was over, these Islamic Nazis were never held accountable for their dastardly crimes. They simply took off their uniforms and melted back into the population. They taught their sons and grandsons to continue to hate the Jews with traditional Nazi fervor and Islamic tradition.

I have seen, and you can see too, the verses from the Koran that urge its adherents to kill all those who do not bow to Allah and their Islamic beliefs. The Koran enjoins them to make jihad, holy war, against all the infidels. There are verses which tell them to behead, boil in oil, and flay the skin from those who are not Muslim.

This is their scripture!

The mild Muslims who say they are for peace do not come out and make a stand against the terrorists. This is because they secretly admire them for being more fanatically dedicated to what they believe their 'word of god' is. So the mild ones simply adopt as their mission the job of infiltrating Western society, to make inroads, so the more dedicated Muslims can come and do the work of Allah.

Shouldn't we have the courage to see this for what it is? If our parents and grandparents had the courage to call the Nazis evil, and outlaw them, why can't we have the backbone to do the same? Shouldn't any religion or philosophy that advocates such violence and genocide be made illegal? Political correctness has gone too far. The situation has gotten out of hand.

What is really called for seems unthinkable with our standards of tolerance today. Islam should be declared illegal in the United States and they should all be exported back to the violent wasteland that is their home.

God knew what He was saying when He told His people to kill all of their enemies, man, woman and child and not leave one of them standing.

That sounds really radical, doesn't it?

Read your Bible.

I don't say we should kill them all, but at the very least they should be outlawed and expelled from this country. Otherwise, we will follow in the footsteps of Europe and Great Britain. You know what is happening there. Somehow or other, America must get a grip on this, and face the reality of the terrible evil that is infiltrating our society behind the smiling faces and the reasonable statement that, "We're just trying to seek a better life for our families."

2 Corinthians 11:14, 15 says, "And no wonder! For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also transform themselves into ministers of righteousness, whose end will be according to their works."

Can a tree which has a rotten root produce good fruit? Can a well that gives salt water also give fresh water?

Just as when I was a child I had dreams of the Nazis trying to kill me, I recently started having dreams that Muslims were trying to kill me. It is the same story, over and over.

If a Muslim knew I was writing this, he would try to kill me. Don't send this to a Muslim friend.

Blessings and wisdom in Christ are desperately needed. We need courage to face the enemy and do what is needed or we are lost.

Pray, brothers and sisters, pray. This is serious.


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prying1 sez: The United States does allow freedom of religion but on the other hand outlaws treason. If a group of people or a so called religion is in effect treasonous to any country or other group of people by teaching genocide and murder should it be allowed continued existence in this country? Or any other for that matter?

Back in the 70's we had several home grown terrorist groups like The Weathermen, Black Panthers, SLA, etc. that were in effect outlawed and it's adherents rightfully jailed. Most of those groups died out from attrition.

What if thousands or even hundreds of thousands of people had been allowed to enter the U.S. for the reason of joining those groups and working towards the destruction of this nation? Should that have been allowed? Wouldn't we call foolish any nation that allowed such?

Should the people of the United States demand of it's elected officials that the adherents of Mohammed be officially labeled as a cult and forcibly removed from our nation as a danger to us and our children? - Some will say it is unconstitutional but establishment clause was not designed for the destruction of this nation nor was it designed to put it's populace under the slavery and fear generated by this group of people.

These are questions that should be given serious thought by anyone religious, new age, agnostic and atheist alike. The threat is not just with towards one group. It is towards all groups. Including themselves AND those (mild) Muslims who are quite possibly setting us up...


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