Sunday, March 22, 2009


'You are fighting a religious war against gentiles': What rabbis told Israeli soldiers in Gaza war

Rabbis in the Israeli army told battlefield troops in January's Gaza offensive that they were fighting a 'religious war' against gentiles, it has been revealed.

An army commander wrote of the shocking command in an Israeli newspaper today - one day after it emerged that Israeli soldiers were told they could kill innocent civilians during the war.

'Their message was very clear: we are the Jewish people, we came to this land by a miracle, God brought us back to this land and now we need to fight to expel the gentiles who are interfering with our conquest of this holy land,' the commander said.

The account by Ram, a pseudonym to shield the soldier's identity, was published by the left-leaning Haaretz newspaper in the second day of revelations that have rocked the Israeli military.
They were leaked from a February 13 meeting of armed forces members to share their Gaza experiences.

Some veterans, alumni of an Israel Defence Force (IDF) military academy, told of the killing of civilians and their impression that deep contempt for Palestinians pervaded the ranks of the Israeli forces.

The institution's director, Danny Zamir, confirmed that Thursday's published accounts were authentic.

In longer excerpts in its Friday 'Week's End' edition, the daily quoted 'Ram' as saying his impression of the 22-day operation was 'the feeling of an almost religious mission'.


Anonymous said...

They should do the world a favour and bomb Israel and turn it into a lake.


Today there is little to choose between one set of scum and another,and taking sides serves nothing but to fracture our movement further,we can only look forward to the time when both wogs and kikes are eliminated from this world completely and we can get back to some kind of civilized peacefull society and enjoy our existences.

Anonymous said...

Englishman, well said.

Chris `Mentally' Hill, you kike bastard, if you're reading this posting, you could start learning that the world would be better off and and safer place without the jews.

John Hutchyns Tyndall   14 July 1934 – 19 July 2005 The above picture was taken just prior to  concerted vicious left wing attacks ...