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Excerpted, in shortened form, from Dr. I devoted much of my book, Our Hands Are Stained with Blood, to the subject of anti-Semitism, and on several occasions I have delivered lectures on the question of why anti-Semitism exists.
Out of all the hatreds in the world, anti-Semitism is unique. My challenge was simple: I have a supernatural, biblical explanation for the phenomenon of anti-Semitism, one which even includes the devil himself—not the most popular theory on a university campus!
In fact, the best theory that anyone offered was that, perhaps, anti-Semitism was due to aliens! What then makes anti-Semitism such a unique hatred?
First, it is the longest hatred of all time, dating back at least 2, years and even longer if the book of Esther is included. What other hatred has endured some twenty-three centuries and survived a genocide of 6, of its victims in its twenty-third century of existence only to find itself still intact and rich in potential for many years of life?
How can this be? These words penned twenty-five centuries ago, still ring true in the hearts of many anti-Semites today: Why has this hatred and fear of the Jews persisted for so long?
The king should know that the Jews who came up to us from you have gone to Jerusalem and are rebuilding that rebellious and wicked city. They are restoring the walls and repairing the foundations.
Furthermore, the king should know that if this city is built and its walls are restored, no more taxes, tribute or duty will be paid, and the royal revenues will suffer. Now since we are under obligation to the palace and it is not proper for us to see the king dishonored, we are sending this message to inform the king, so that a search may be made in the archives of your predecessors.
In these records you will find that this city is a rebellious city, troublesome to kings and provinces, a place of rebellion from ancient times. That is why this city was destroyed.
Second, anti-Semitism is the most widespread hatred of all time.
The group, called the Raelians, is a UFO religion, led by its founder Rael, who claims to have been enlightened by aliens. This is the literal claim: As of this writing, the site was available in more than twenty-five languages.
Why this widespread hatred of the Jews? Third, anti-Semitism is the most vicious hatred of all time, and both the incredible violence and the depth of animosity against the Jews defy rational explanation. The enormity and depravity of the Holocaust alone is testimony to the viciousness of this hatred, and yet the Holocaust is simply the worst of countless acts of Jew hatred over the centuries.
This horrific crime included several nations and led to the cooperative and systematic execution of six million Jews, including 1. So depraved were the Nazis and other Jew killers that Jewish infants were sometimes thrown into burning pits alive in order to save a bullet, leading to the oft-quoted dictum of Rabbi Irving Greenberg: Fourth, anti-Semitism is the most irrational hatred of all time.
The absurdity of the anti-Semitic libels simply defies rational explanation. Outraged mobs slaughtered thousands of Jews as a result of this pernicious rumor. When the Catholic Church declared in that the elements of communion literally became the body and blood of Jesus, Jews were accused of stealing and torturing communion wafers, leading to whole Jewish communities being burned at the stake.
In the Muslim world today, it is still believed that every year, Jews kidnap and torture a priest or other victimusing his blood to make Passover matzah unleavened bread.
The Muslim world also takes seriously the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a notorious forged document from the nineteenth century that claims to report the secret plans of a hidden group of Jewish leaders who are poised to take over the entire world—ultimately bringing it into subjection to the Hindu god Vishnu!
To quote from the Protocols: Jews have also been blamed for the spreading of AIDS as well as for orchestrating the terrorist attacks of September 11, several Muslim cabdrivers in New York City explained this to me with real conviction, not realizing that I was a Jew.
Jews have even been accused of controlling the Catholic Church! Article Seventeen of the Hamas Charter states: These organizations have ample resources that enable them to play their role in societies for the purpose of achieving the Zionist targets and to deepen the concepts that would serve the enemy.
But this theory is seriously flawed. How do we explain pre-Christian anti-Semitism? And does Christian anti-Semitism adequately explain Islamic anti-Semitism?
And what of Christian philo-Semitism, a direct result of the testimony of the very New Testament that allegedly produced worldwide anti-Semitism?The French and politics Strange (for Americans) concepts in French politics and society: The French are very fond of national politics: if you watch the Evening News on a national TV channel (at 8 p.m.), you will be surprised by the number of reports and interviews.
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The French Revolution caused a lot of cause and anarchy among the french people. The bloodshed cased by the Revolution was immense thousands or people died and many were innocent but were not given the opportunity to defend themselves. the-french-revolution#origins-of-the-french-revolution.
Section 1 The French Revolution Begins the name of the French people •First steps towards revolution •Louis locks them out of the French Revolution and Napoleon, The French Revolution of was instrumental in the emergence and growth of modern nationalism, the idea that a state should represent, and serve the interests of, a people, or "nation," that shares a common culture and history and feels as one.
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The upheaval was caused by widespread discontent with the French monarchy and the poor economic policies.