Former MIT professor and rabbi urges Jews to shed all “lingering” Christian morality and support ethnic cleansing of Gaza
06/13/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

In accordance with Talmudic law, former MIT professor and ordained rabbi Jeremy England wants Jews everywhere to reject any "lingering" sense of Christian morality and instead embrace Israel's ethnic cleansing operation in Gaza.

In a blasphemous article he recently wrote for Tablet Magazine called "Live by the Law or Die on the Cross," England said flat-out that he believes "Israel must stop pretending it is a nation like any other."

"[W]e should conquer, annex and resettle parts of Gaza so that Jews and friendly gentiles both can live there safely," England contends. "If our own, unsurpassably subtle ethical tradition guides us to these policies, then it is only our lingering ideological subjugation to the Western tradition that makes them seem scandalous."

"Like the Jew among nations, Israel constantly struggles with its half-successful attempt to blend in with the crowd and pretend to be a member like any other, and it is time to put an end to this paralyzing charade."

In England's view, Jews like himself "did not stick to our Law through 3,000 years of human civilization to continue national life as the perpetual defendant." In other words, Talmudic Jews must take a more offensive approach to ensure the fulfillment of their agenda.

"It is our job to know that Law, to teach what we know – and, most of all, to live by it," he said.

(Related: World leaders say they are horrified by Israel's recent airstrike on a "safe zone" in Rafah.)

Israel is justified in killing children because of the Talmud, England says

While the Christian is to see neither Jew nor gentile (Gal. 3:28-29), Talmudic Jews are to see themselves as superior to everyone else.

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"[T]he concept of the innocent civilian," England writes, is a Christian concept – not a Jewish one. According to the Talmud, "it is correct to kill even the righteous among your enemy."

This kind of bizarre, supremacist thinking on England's part is justified in his own eyes because that is what his religious texts designate as normal – even when it means killing children.

England's article proceeds to blaspheme Jesus Christ as well, asking the question What Would Jesus Do if a Hamas fighter held of an Arab child from Gaza as a human shield while firing.

"Hard to say for sure," England writes, answering his own question, "but anyone who argues that a properly humane response is to die rather than to try to shoot around the child has ample basis in Christianity."

"... the very idea of the innocent civilian makes sense in an explicitly Christian context: 'Render unto Caesar' plus the idea of a universal community of faith that transcends nationality means the conscience of the individual is paramount, and a person cannot so easily be classed as a targetable enemy 'just because' of his membership in some nation waging war," he says.

"The contrast with the Jewish perspective here is sharp."

Citing Ben Yochai from Mekhilta 14:7 in the Talmud, England argues that Jews are fully justified "to kill even the righteous among your enemy."

"This is a wince-inducingly Judaic – and very unchristian – position," he admits.

Eliyahu Mali, Israel's top rabbi in Jaffa, seems to agree with England's position. He recently issued a call for genocide against all Palestinians in Gaza, claiming that the Torah, also known as the first five books of the Old Testament, demand that all men, women, children and babies be killed.

The majority of Israelis, meanwhile, agree in "poll after poll," to quote Information Liberation, that the Benjamin Netanyahu regime is using "too little firepower" in Gaza.

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