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What the Talmud Teaches About Christians 1892

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What they claim:

We hereby declare the the Talmud does not contain anything inimical to Christians.”

‘The Talmud Unmasked’ by Rev. I. B. Pranaitis, St. Petersburg. 1892.

What pastor writes:

From what has been shown thus far, it is clear that, according to the teaching of the Talmud, Christians are idolaters and hateful to Jews. As a consequence, every Jew who wishes to please God has a duty to observe all the precepts which were given to the Fathers of their race when they lived in the Holy Land concerning the idolatrous gentiles, both those who lived amongst them and those in nearby countries.A Jew is therefore required to (1) To avoid Christians; (2) To do all he can to exterminate them.

‘The Talmud Unmasked’ by Rev. I. B. Pranaitis, St. Petersburg. 1892.

A Jew, by the fact that he belongs to the chosen people and is circumcized, possesses so great a dignity that no one, not even an angel, can share equality with him. In fact, he is considered almost the equal of God. “He who strikes an Israelite” says Rabbi Chanina “acts as if he slaps the face of God’s Divine Majesty.”
A Jew is always considered good, in spite of certain sins which he may commit; nor can his sins contaminate him, any more than dirt contaminates the kernel in a nut, but only soils its shell. A Jew alone is looked upon as a man; the whole world is his and all things should serve him, especially “animals which have the form of men.”
Thus it is plain that they regard all contact with Christians as contaminating and as detracting from their dignity. They are therefore required to keep as far away as possible from all who live and act as Christians do.

‘The Talmud Unmasked’ by Rev. I. B. Pranaitis Part Two Precepts of the Talmud. Roman Catholic Priest; Master of Theology and Professor of the Hebrew Language at the Imperial Ecclesiastical Academy of the Roman Catholic Church in Old St. Petersburg.

He continues by listing:

1. A JEW MUST NOT SALUTE A CHRISTIAN
In Gittin (62a) it says:
“A Jew must not enter the home of a Nokhri on a feast day to offer him greetings. However, if he meets him on the street, he may offer him a greeting, but curtly and with head bowed.”

2. A JEW MUST NOT RETURN THE GREETINGS OF A CHRISTIAN
In Iore Dea (148, 10) it says:
“A Jew must not return the greeting of a Christian by bowing before him. It is good, therefore, to salute him first and so avoid having to answer him back if the Akum salutes him first.”
Rabbi Kohana says that when a Jew salutes a Christian he should say “Peace to my Lord,” but intend this for his own Rabbi. For the Tosephtoth says: “For his heart was turned towards his own Rabbi.”

3. A JEW MUST NOT GO BEFORE A CHRISTIAN JUDGE
In Choschen Hammischpat (26,1) it says:
“A Jew is not permitted to bring his case before Akum judges, even if the matter is judged by the decisions of Jewish law, and even if both parties agree to abide by such decisions. He who does so is impious and similar to one who calumniates and blasphemes, and who raises his hand against the Law given us by Moses, our great law-giver. Hagah says ‘The Bethin has the power to excommunicate such a one until he releases his Jewish brother from the hands of the Gentile.'”

4. A CHRISTIAN CANNOT BE USED AS A WITNESS
In Choschen Ham. (34, 19) it says:
“A Goi or a servant is not capable of acting as a witness.”

5. A JEW CANNOT EAT CHRISTIAN FOOD
In Iore Dea (112, 1) it says:
“The Elders forbade the eating of the bread of the Akum, lest we would seem to be familiar with them.”
And in Abhodah arah (35b) it says:
“The following things belonging to the Goim are forbidden: Milk which a Goi takes from a cow, in the absence of a Jew; also their bread, etc.”

6. A JEW MUST NEVER ACT IN ANY WAY LIKE A CHRISTIAN
In Iore Dea (178, 1) it says:
“It is not permitted to imitate the customs of the Akum, nor to act like them. Nor is it permitted to wear clothes like the Akum, not to comb the hair as they do…neither must Jews build houses that look like temples of the Akum.”
Since, however, it is not possible to observe all these rules in every place, the Hagah says that they can be overlooked to a certain extent when, for instance, it is to the advantage of the Jew to do so; for example, if a Jew would profit by a trade which requires a certain kind of dress.

‘The Secret Rabbinical Teachings Concerning Christians’ by Rev. I. B. Pranaitis, Roman Catholic Priest; Master of Theology and Professor of the Hebrew Language at the Imperial Ecclesiastical Academy of the Roman Catholic Church in Old St. Petersburg. 1892.

Concerning Christians
From what has been shown thus far, it is clear that, according to the teaching of the Talmud, Christians are idolaters and hateful to Jews.    As a consequence, every Jew who wishes to please God has a duty to observe all the precepts which were given to the Fathers of their race when they lived in the Holy Land concerning the idolatrous gentiles, both those who lived amongst them and those in nearby countries.A Jew is therefore required to (1) To avoid Christians; (2) To do all he can to exterminate them.

Part Two. Precepts of the Talmud. ‘The Secret Rabbinical Teachings Concerning Christians’ by Rev. I. B. Pranaitis, Roman Catholic Priest; Master of Theology and Professor of the Hebrew Language at the Imperial Ecclesiastical Academy of the Roman Catholic Church in Old St. Petersburg.

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