Israel Minister Advocates Jewish Supremacy


“Palestinians have to understand they won’t have a state & Israel will rule over them,” said Israeli Deputy Defense Minister Eli Ben-Dahan last week, according to a report by Israeli Channel 10 News.

Dahan sparked international outrage two years ago with similar statements. “Palestinians are animals who do not deserve to live,” he said in a 2013 interview with an Israeli magazine. “They aren’t human.”

“A Jew always has a much higher soul than the goyim (non-Jews), even if the Jew is a homosexual,” he added.

It has been asserted on anti-Zionist websites that the above statements reflect traditional Jewish beliefs.

Hoping to disprove this assertion, we consulted the Jewish Encyclopaedia.

In its entry on Judaism, the Jewish Encyclopaedia describes the Talmud as the holiest and most authoritive of all Jewish texts.

According to the Jewish Encyclopaedia, it is written in the Talmud: “Even the best of the goyim (non-Jews) should be killed.”

In its entry on the Talmud, the Jewish Encyclopaedia emphasises that this quotation is authentic and admits that the inferiority of non-Jews is indeed a Talmudic doctrine.

It would thus appear that the Jewish supremacist statements of the Israeli minister are in full agreement with Judaism, insofar as Judaism bases itself upon the Talmud.

Since Judaism is the official religion of the theocratic ethnostate of Israel, Jewish supremacism is intrinsic to the existence of Israel.

It follows that Jewish supremacism in Palestine cannot be abolished without abolishing the state of Israel.

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