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ANTISEMITISM: Is it possible or necessary to fight this phenomenon? Many centuries have proved the futility and senselessness of fighting this disgusting phenomenon. Does this mean that you just have to accept and wait for your fate, expecting new pogroms or the physical destruction of the Jewish nation? We all want a dignified and peaceful life for us and especially for our children. Anti-Semites and people who hate Jews, many times more than 15 million Jews living in the world today.
91 JEWS Essentially, anti-Semitism means hatred of the Semites. In essence, this is hatred of Jews. The definition of Jewry is so vague that it is necessary to agree in advance what the word Jew or Jew means. Is this a religion? Is this nationality? Is this a race? Is this culture? For Christians, it was definitely a religion. Those who voluntarily or forcibly embraced the Christian faith became not Jews but Christians. In the USSR, as in Nazi Germany, there has always been a nationality.
Prediction or foresight Let's imagine an incredible situation (so far incredible). You wake up early in the morning, and lo and behold! All communication media transmit the same information: Attention everyone! The world community asks Jews worldwide to excuse persecution, persecution, genocide, false accusations, hostility, and unfair hatred. All these 20 centuries have been deceiving us, denigrating the Jewish people.
There is a legend that King Solomon married the daughter of the Egyptian pharaoh to end the enmity between the Jews and the Egyptians. After the death of Solomon, during the reign of his son Rehoboam, Jeroboam (probably a henchman of Pharaoh Sheshonk) became the first king of the separated ten tribes of northern Israel kingdom. Jews moved to Egypt after the defeat of Judah in the war with Babylon and the destruction of the Temple of Solomon in 597 BC.
88 From the book "THE STORY OF THE GREATEST LIES" 33 Jews and Christianity Christianity, which arose as a sect in Judaism, owes its development to three Jews adepts of a new view of Judaism. Yeshua of Nazareth (Jesus Christ (crucified) Greek), Shimon the fisherman (Yeshua, called Peter “a stone (Petrus-stone, Greek)“ and on this rock, I will build my church. ”) Shaul, a Pharisee and a priest from Tarsus became by the apostle Paul.
87 From the book: HISTORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 32 What is happening in Israel today is nothing new to the long-suffering Jewish people. The world has always been unfair to Jews and demanded submission and repentance. You can pray and rely on the help of the Almighty, or you can unite and stand up for your own protection. Today, more than ever, there is a chance to state your demand in full voice. All we demand is JUSTICE FOR JEWS. We are a small ethnic group.
86 From the book: A HISTORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 31 The coming to power in Germany of the National Socialists, led by the demoniac Fuhrer Adolf Hitler, who fanatically hated Jews, created the possibility of the complete extermination of the Jews as a nation, with the full connivance of European leaders who did not want to spoil relations with Hitler. The genocide resulted in the extermination of over 6 million Jews.
85 From the book: A HISTORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 30 In Western Europe, the expulsion and persecution of the Jews pushed them further and further to the East. Columbus's discovery of America allowed many Jews to travel to the New World in search of a better life. The assimilation of European Jews was hampered by the formation of national ideologies and unabated anti-Semitic concepts.
84 From the book: HISTORY OF THE GREATEST LIES 29 The Christian religion gained more and more strength and subjugated more and more countries. The Christian church fathers demanded that the Jews accept the Christian faith. Refusal to obey caused religious fanaticism, persecution, and incitement of the population to protect themselves from the newcomers. Islam and its leaders, which emerged in the 7th century, were initially loyal to the Jews. But over time, this attitude has changed.