Jew, Jew or Poo Poo?
By Willie Martin

Jew Watch

Mr. Hughes, you folks never cease to call someone an anti-Semite at the drop of a hat. How you can accuse me of being anti-Semitic is beyond comprehenson, since the Jews are not Semitic at all; but are the descendants of the ancient Khazar tribes from Eastern Russia and Western Mongolia. The Semites are the White Anglo-Saxon, Germanic, Scandinavian, Celtic and kindred peoples of the world.

        Anti-Semitism: The word anti-Semitism was an invention; H.H. Beamish, in a New York address, October 30 - November 1, 1937: "In 1848 the word ‘anti-Semitic' was invented by the Jews to prevent the use of the word ‘Jew.' The right word for them is ‘Jew'"

     The White Race that is in India is the descendants of Abraham from a union with his wife Keturah: Genesis 25:1-6: "Then again Abraham took a wife, and her name was Keturah. And she bare him Zimran, and Jokshan, and Medan, and Midian, and Ishbak, and Shuah. And Jokshan begat Sheba, and Dedan. And the sons of Dedan were Asshurim, and Letushim, and Leummim. And the sons of Midian; Ephah, and Epher, and Hanoch, and Abidah, and Eldaah. All these were the children of Keturah. And Abraham gave all that he had unto Isaac. But unto the sons of the concubines, which Abraham had, Abraham gave gifts, and sent them away from Isaac his son, while he yet lived, eastward, unto the east country."

   So we can see that Abraham had more sons by his concubines, than just the six by Keturah which he sent east into what we now call India.

    The history of the Jews of Russia can be traced in the following encyclopedias and books. Just look up the word "Khazar" or "Chazar" in these books and read where the Jews of today came from. It certainly was not from Abraham as they lie and claim.

The History of The Jewish Khazars:

Encyclopedia Americana (1985):
Encyclopedia Britannica (15th edition):
Academic American Encyclopedia (1985):
Encyclopedia Americana (1985):
The Jewish Encyclopedia:
The Encyclopedia Judaica (1972):
The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia:
     The Bible relates that the Khazar (Ashkenaz) Jews were/are the sons of Japheth not Shem: "Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth: and unto them were sons born after the flood. The sons of Japheth;...the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz..."  Therefore, the Bible proves that the Ashkenaz Jews [Khazars] are not the descendants of Shem and cannot be Semite.

     The Outline of History. H. G. Wells, "It is highly probable that the bulk of the Jew's ancestors 'never' lived in Palestine 'at all,' which witnesses the power of historical assertion over fact."

Facts Are Facts, By Benjamin Freedman.
The American People's encyclopedia for 1954
Jewish Encyclopedia for 1925
The Encyclopedia Judaica,
The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia:
Academic American Encyclopedia,
Deluxe Library Edition, Volume 12
The New Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume 6
Collier's Encyclopedia, Volume 14
New Catholic Encyclopedia,
The Cadillac Modern Encyclopedia,
The Thirteenth Tribe, by Arthur Koestler
The Zionist Connection II, Alfred M. Lilienthal
    Now I will present you with just a little of what the Jews believe and teach about Christ and Christians. These are fully documented and come from the Sonoco Edition of their bible, the Talmud. Things which I don't believe you have even a clue of what you are talking about, for I don't think you know anything about the Jews except what they have told you.

        The Talmud: In his lifetime Michael Rodkinson, the assumed name of a "Jew" who was one of the world's great authorities on the Talmud, wrote "History of the Talmud." This classic on the subject was written by Michael Rodkinson in collaboration with the celebrated Rabbi Isaac M. Wise.

        History of the Talmud: In his "History of the Talmud" Michael Rodkinson, on page 70, states: "Is the literature that Jesus was familiar with in his early years yet in existence in the world? Is it possible for us to get at it? Can we ourselves review the ideas, the statements, the modes of reasoning and thinking, ON MORAL AND RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS, which were current in his time, and MUST HAVE BEEN EVALUATED BY HIM DURING THOSE THIRTY SILENT YEARS WHEN HE WAS PONDERING HIS FUTURE MISSION (Christ, during these thirty years, had sailed to England with His uncle, Joseph of Armatheia, where He built the first church in England. It is known today as Glastenberry and the land it sits on has never been taxed by the British Government. The Jews tried to destroy it many years ago, but failed. Although badly damaged it still stands today)? To such inquiries the learned class of Jewish rabbis ANSWER BY HOLDING UP THE TALMUD...and the question becomes, therefore, an interesting one TO EVERY CHRISTIAN. What is the Talmud? THE TALMUD, THEN, IS THE WRITTEN FORM OF THAT WHICH, IN THE TIME OF JESUS WAS CALLED THE TRADITIONS OF THE ELDERS AND TO WHICH HE MAKES FREQUENT ALLUSIONS."

        Arsene Darmester in the book "The Talmud" states: "Judaism finds its expression in the Talmud, it is not a remote suggestion and a faint echo thereof, but it...has become incarnate, in which it has taken form, passing from a state of abstraction into the domain of real things. The study of Judaism is that of the Talmud, as the study of the Talmud is that of Judaism...they are two inseparable things...they are one and the same...the Talmud, is a complete expression of religious movement, and this code of endless presumptions and minute ceremonials represents in its perfection the total work of the religious idea...

        The miracle was accomplished by a book, The Talmud...The Talmud is composed of two distinct parts the Mishna and the Gemara; the former the text, the latter a commentary upon the text...term Mishna we designate a collection of decisions and traditional laws embracing all departments of legislation, civil and religious...This code, the work of several generations of rabbis...nothing can equal the importance of the Talmud unless it be the ignorance that prevails concerning it...

        This explains how it happens that a single page of the Talmud contains three or four different languages, or rather specimens of one language at three or four stages of degeneracy...many a Mishna of five or six lines is accompanied by fifty or sixty pages of explanation...is law in all its authority; it constitutes dogma and cult; it is the fundamental element of the Talmud...

        The daily study of the Talmud which among Jews begins with the age of ten to end with life itself necessarily was a severe gymnastic for the mind, thinks to which it acquired incomparable subtlety and acumen...since it aspires to one thing: To establish for Judaism a 'Corpus Juris Eccleiastict!'"

        This is how the articles look in the Talmud itself:

        Sanhedrin, 55b-55a: "What is meant by this? - Rab said: Pederasty with a child below nine years of age is not deemed as pederasty with a child above that. Samuel said: Pederasty with a child below three years is not treated as with a child above that (2) What is the basis of their dispute? Rab maintains that only he who is able to engage in sexual intercourse, may, as the passive subject of pederasty throw guilty (upon the actual offender); whilst he who is unable to engage in sexual intercourse cannot be a passive subject of pederasty (in that respect) (3). But Samuel maintains: Scriptures writes, (And thou shalt not lie with mankind) as with the lyings of a woman (4). It has been taught in accordance with Rab: Pederasty at the age of nine years and a day; (55a) (he) who commits bestiality, whether naturally or unnaturally: or a woman who causes herself to be beastally abused, whether naturally or unnaturally, is liable to punishment (5)."

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        "(1) The reference is to the passive subject of sodomy. As stated in supra 54a, guilt is incurred by the active participant even if the former be a minor; i.e., less than thirteen years old. Now, however, it is stated that within this age a distinction is drawn.
        (2) Rab makes nine years the minimum; but if one committed sodomy with a child of lesser age, no guilt is incurred. Samuel makes three the minimum.
        (3) At nine years a male attains sexual matureness.
       (4) Lev XVIII, 22
       (5) Rashi reads ("xxx") (Hebrew characters, Ed.) instead of ("zzz") (Hebrew characters, Ed.) in our printed texts. A male, aged nine years and a day, who commits etc. There are thus three distinct clauses in this Baraitha. The first-a male aged nine years and a day - refers to the passive subject of pederasty, the punishment being incurred by the adult offender. This must be its meaning: because firstly, the active offender is never explicitly designated as a male, it being understood, just as the Bible states, Thou shalt not lie with mankind, where only the sex of the passive participant is mentioned; and secondly, if the age reference is to the active party, the guilt being incurred by the passive adult party, why single out pederasty: in all crimes of incest, the passive adult does not incur guilt unless the other party is at least nine years and a day? Hence the Baraitha supports Rab's contention that nine years (and a day) is the minimum age of the passive partner for the adult to be liable."

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        Sanhedrin, 55b: "A Maiden three years and a day may be acquired in marriage by coition (Sexual Intercourse), and if her deceased husband's brother cohabits with her, she becomes his. The penalty of adultery may be incurred through her; (if a niddah) she defiles him who has connection with her, so that he in turn defiles that upon which he lies, as a garment which has lain upon (a person afflicted withgonorrhea)."

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        "(2) His wife derives no pleasure from this, and hence there is no cleaving.
        (3) A variant reading of this passage is: Is there anything permitted to a Jew which is forbidden to a heathen. Unnatural connection is permitted to a Jew.
        (4) By taking the two in conjunction, the latter as illustrating the former, we learn that the guilt of violating the injunction 'to his wife but not to hisneighbor's wife' is incurred only for natural but not for unnatural intercourse."

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        Sanhedrin, 69a: " 'A man'; from this I know the law only with respect to a man: whence do I know it of one aged nine years and a day who is capable of intercourse? From the verse, And 'if a man'? (2)-He replied: such a minor can produce semen, but cannot beget therewith; for it is like the seed of cereals less than a third grown (3)."

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        (2) 'And' (') indicates an extension of the law, and is here interpreted to include a minor aged nine years and a day.
        (3) Such cereals contain seed, which if sown, however, will not grow."

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        Sanhedrin, 69b: "Our rabbis taught: If a woman sported lewdly with her young son (a minor), and he comitted the first stage of cohabitation with her, -Beth Shammai say, he thereby renders her unfit for the priesthood (1). Beth Hillel declare her fit...All agree that the connection of a boy nine years and a day is a real connection; whilst that of one less than eight years is not (2); their dispute refers only to one who is eight years old.

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        (1) i.e., she becomes a harlot whom a priest may not marry (Lev XXL,7.).
        (2) so that if he was nine years and a day or more, Beth Hillel agree that she is invalidated from the priesthood; whilst if he was less than eight, Beth Shammai agree that she is not."

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        Kethuboth, 5b: "The question was asked: Is it allowed (15) to perform the first marital act on the Sabbath? (16). Is the blood (in the womb) stored up (17), or is it the result of a wound? (18).

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        "(15) Lit., 'how is it'?
        (16) When the intercourse could not take place before the Sabbath (Tosaf)
        (17) And the intercourse would be allowed, since the blood flows out of its own accord, no would having been made.
        (18) Lit., or is it wounded? And the intercourse would be forbidden."

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        Kethuboth, 10a-10b: "Someone came before Rabban Gamaliel the son of Rabbi (and) said to him, 'my master I have had intercourse (with my newly wedded wife) and I have not found any blood (7). She (the wife) to him, 'My master, I am still a virgin'. He (then) said to them; Bring me two handmaids, one (who is) a virgin and one who had intercourse with a man. They brought to him (two such handmaids), and he placed them on a cask of wine. (In the case of ) the one who was no more a virgin its smell (1) went through (2), (in the case of) the virgin the smell did not go through (3). He (then) placed this one (the young wife) also (on the cask of wine), and its smell (4) did not go through. He (then) said to him: Go, be happy with thy bargain (7). But he should have examined her from the beginning (8)."

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        "(1) i.e., the smell of wine.
        (2) One could smell the wine from the mouth (Rashi).
        (3) One could not smell the wine from the mouth.
        (4) i.e., the smell of wine.
        (5) Rabban Gamaliel
        (6) To the husband.
        (7) The test showed that the wife was a virgin.
        (8) Why did he first have to experiment with the two handmaids."

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        Kethuboth, 11a-11b: "Rabba said, It means (5) this: WHEN A GROWN UP MAN HAS INTERCOURSE WITH A LITTLE GIRL IT IS NOTHING, FOR WHEN THE GIRL IS LESS THAN THIS (6), IT IS AS IF ONE PUTS THE FINGER IN THE EYE (7), BUT WHEN A SMALL BOY HAS INTERCOURSE WITH A GROWN UP WOMAN, HE MAKES HER AS ‘A GIRL WHO IS INJURED BY A PIECE OF WOOD.'"

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        "(5). Lit., 'says.'
        (6) Lit., 'here,' that is, less than three years old.
        (7) Tears come to the eyes again and again, so does virginity come back to the little girl under three years."

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        Kethuboth, 11a-11b: "Rab Judah said that Rab said: A SMALL BOY WHO HAS INTERCOURSE WITH A  GROWN UP WOMAN MAKES HER (as though she were ) INJURED BY A PIECE OF WOOD (1). Althoughhe intercourse of a small boy is not regarded as a sexual act, nevertheless the woman is injured by it as by a piece of wood."

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        "(1) Although the intercourse of a small boy is not regarded as a sexual act, nevertheless the woman is injured by it as by a piece of wood."

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        Hayorath, 4a: "We learnt: (THE LAW CONCERNING THE MENSTRUANT OCCURS IN THE TORAH BUT IF A MAN HAS INTERCOURSE WITH A WOMAN THAT A WAITS A DAY CORRESPONDING TO A DAY HE IS EXEMPT. But why? Surely (the law concerning) a woman that awaits a day corresponding to a day is mentioned in the Scriptures: He hath made naked her fountain. But, surely it is written, (1)- They might rule that in the natural way even the first stage of contact is forbidden; and in an unnatural way, however, is (that the ruling might have been permitted) (3) even in the natural way (4) alleging (that the prohibition of) the first stage (5) has reference to a menstruant woman only (6). And if you prefer I might say: The ruling may have been that a woman is not regarded as a zabah (7) except during the daytime because it is written, all the days of her issue (8)."

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        "(13) Lev. XV, 28.
        (14) Cf. supra p. 17, n. 10. Since she is thus Biblically considered unclean how could a court rule that one having intercourse with her is exempt?
        (15) Lev XX, 18.
        (1) Ibid. 13. The plural "xxxx" (Hebrew characters, Ed.) implies natural, and unnatural intercourse.
        (2) Why then was the case of 'a woman who awaits a day corresponding to a day' given as an illustration when the case of a menstruant, already mentioned, would apply the same illustration.
        (3) The first stage of contact.
        (4) In the case of one 'who awaits a day corresponding to a day'; only consummation of coition being forbidden in her case.
        (5) Cf. Lev XX, 18.
        (6) Thus permitting a forbidden act which the Sadducees do not admit.
        (7) A woman who has an issue of blood not in the time of her menstruation, and is subject to certain laws of uncleanness and purification (Lev XV, 25ff).
        (8) Lev XV, 26. Emphasis being laid on days."

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        Abodah Zarah, 36b-37a: "R. Naham b. Isaac said: They decreed in connection with a heathen child that it would cause defilement by seminal emission (2) so that an
Israelite child should not become accustomed to commit pederasty with it...From what age does a heathen child cause defilement by seminal emission? From the age of nine years and one day. (37a) for inasmuch as he is then capable of the sexual act he likewise defiles by emission. Rabina said: It is therefore to be concluded that a heathen girl
(communicates defilement) from the age of three years and one day, for inasmuch as she is then capable of the sexual act she likewise defiles by a flux.

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        (2). Even through he suffered from no issue.

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        Sotah, 26b: "R. Papa said: It excludes an animal, because there is no adultery in connection with an animal (4). Raba of Parazika (5) asked R. Ashi, Whence is the statement which the Rabbis made that there is no adultery in connection with an animal? Because it is written, Thou shalt not bring the hire of a harlot or the wages of a dog etc.; (6) and it has been taught: The hire of a dog (7) and the wages of a harlot (8) are permissible, as it is said, Even both of these (9) - the two (specified texts are abominations) but not four (10)...As lying with mankind. (12) But, said Raba, it excludes the case where he warned her against contact of the bodies (13). Abaye said to him, That is merely an obscene act (and not adultery), and did the All-Merciful prohibit (a wife to her husband) for an obscene act?"

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        "(4) She would not be prohibited to her husband for such an act.
        (5) farausag near Baghdad v. BB. (Sonc. Ed.) p. 15, n.4. He is thus distinguished from the earlier Rabbi of that name.
        (6) Deut. XXIII, 19.
        (7) Money given by a man to a harlot to associate with his dog. Such an association is not legal a adultery.
        (8) If a man had a female slave who was a harlot and he exchanged her for an animal, it could be offered.
        (9) Are an abomination unto the Lord (ibid).
        (10) Viz., the other two mentioned by the Rabbi.
        (11) In Num. V. 13. since the law applies to a man who is incapable.
        (12) Lev. XVIII, 22. The word for 'lying' is in the plural and is explained as denoting also unnatural intercourse.
        (13) With the other man, although there is no actual coition."

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        Yebamoth, 55b: "Raba said; for what purpose did the All-Merciful write 'carnally' in connection with the designated bondmaid (9), a married woman (10) and a sotah (11)? That inconnection with the designated bondmaid (is required) as has just been explained (12).

        That in connection with a married woman excludes intercourse with a relaxed membrum (13). This is a satisfactory interpretation in accordance with the view of him who maintains that if one cohabited with forbidden relatives with relaxed membrum he is exonerated (14); what, however, can be said, according to him who maintains (that for such an act one is) guilty? The exclusion is rather that of intercourse with a dead woman (15). Since it might have been assumed that, as (a wife), even after her death, is described as his kin (16), one should be guilty for (intercourse with) her (as for that) with a married woman, hence we are taught (that one is exonerated).

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        (9) Lev. XIX,20.
        (10) Ibid. XVIII,20.
        (11) Num. V, 13.
        (12) SUPRA 55a.
        (13) Since no fertilization can possibly occur.
        (14) Shebu., 18a, Sanh. 55a.
        (15) Even though she dies as a married woman.
        (16) In Lev. XXI, 2. where the text enumerates the dead relatives for whom a priest may defile himself. As was explained, supra 22b, his kin refers to one's wife."

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        Yebamoth, 103a-103b: "When the serpent copulated with Eve (14) with lust. The lust of the Israelites who stood at Mount Sinai (16) came to an end, the lust of idolators who did not stand at Mount Sinai did not come to an end."

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        "(14) In the Garden of Eden, according to tradition.
        (15) i.e., the human species.
        (16) And experienced the purifying influence of divine Revelation."

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        Yebamoth, 63a: "R. Eleazar further stated: What is meant by the Scriptural text, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh (5)? This teaches that Adam had intercourse with every beast and animal but found no satisfaction until he cohabited with Eve.

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        "(5) Gen. II, 23. emphasis on This is now."

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        Yebamoth, 60b: "As R. Joshua b. Levi related: 'There was a certain town in the Land of Israel the legitimacy of whose inhabitants was disputed, and Rabbi sent R. Ramanos who conducted an enquiry and FOUND IN IT THE DAUGHTER OF A PROSELYTE WHO WAS UNDER THE AGE OF THREE YEARS AND ONE DAY (14), AND RABBI DECLARED HER ELIGIBLE TO LIVE WITH A PRIEST(15)."

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        "(13) A proselyte under the age of three years and one day may be married by a priest.
        (14) And was married to a priest.
        (15) i.e., permitted to continue to live with her husband."

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        Yebamoth, 59b: "R. Shimi b. Hiyya stated: A woman who had intercourse with a beast is eligible to marry a priest (4). Likewise it was taught: A woman who had intercourse with that which is no human being (5), though she is in consequence subject to the penalty of stoning (6), is nevertheless permitted to marry a priest (7).

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        "(4) Even a High Priest. The result of such intercourse being regarded as a mere wound, and the opinion that does not regard an accidentally injured hymen as a disqualification does not so regard such an intercourse either.
        (5) A beast.
        (6) If the offense was committed in the presence of witnesses after due warning.
        (7) In the absence of witnesses and warning."

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        Yebamoth, 12b: "R. Bebai recited before R. Naham: Three (categories of) woman may (7) use an absorbent (8) in their marital intercourse (9), a minor, a pregnant woman and a nursing woman. THE MINOR (10) BECAUSE (otherwise) SHE MIGHT (11) BECOME PREGNANT, AND AS A RESULT (11) MIGHT DIE...AND WHAT IS THE AGE OF SUCH A MINOR? (14). FROM THE AGE OF ELEVEN YEARS AND ONE DAY UNTIL THE AGE OF TWELVE YEARS AND ONE DAY. ONE WHO IS UNDER (15), OR OVER THIS AGE (16) MUST CARRY ON HER MARITAL INTERCOURSE IN THE USUAL MANNER."

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        "(7) (so Rashi. R. Tam; Should use, v.Tosaf s.v.)
        (8) Hackled wool or flax.
        (9) To prevent conception.
        (10) May use an absorbent.
        (11) Lit., 'perhaps.'
        (14) Who is capable of conception but exposed thereby to the danger of death.
        (15) When no conception is possible.
        (16) When pregnancy involves no fatal consequences."

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        Yebamoth, 59b: "When R. Dimi came (8) he related: It once happened at Haitalu (9) that while a young woman was sweeping the floor (10) a village dog (11) covered her from the rear (12) and Rabbi permitted her to marry a priest. Samuel said: Even a High Priest.

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        "(8) From Palestine to Babylon
        (9) (Babylonian form for Aitulu, modern Aiterun N.W. of Kadesh, v. S. Klein, Beitrage, p. 47).
        (10) Lit., 'house.'
        (11) Or 'big hunting dog' (Rashi), 'ferocious dog' (Jast.), 'small wild dog' (Aruk).
        (12) A case of unnatural intercourse.

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        Kethuboth, 6b: "Said he to him: Not like those Babylonians who are not skilled in moving aside (This means a man who has intercourse with a virgin in such a way that he does not destroy her maiden head). (7), but there are some who are skilled in moving aside (8). If so, why (give the reason of) 'anxious.? (10) for one who is not skilled. (Then) let the[m] say: One who is skilled is allowed (to perform the first intercourse on Sabbath), one who is not skilled is forbidden? Most (people) are skilled (11). Said Raba the son of R. Hanan to Abaye' If this were so, then why (have) groomsmen (12) why (have) a sheet? (13)- He (Abaye) said to him: There (the groomsmen and the sheet are necessary) perhaps he will see and destroy (the tokens of her virginity) (14).

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        "(7) i.e., having intercourse with a virgin without causing a bleeding.
        (8) Thus no blood need come out, and 'Let his head be cut off and let him not die!' does not apply.
        (9) If the bridegroom is skilled in 'moving sideways.'
        (10) He need not be anxious about the intercourse and should not be free from reading Shema' on account of such anxiety.
        (11) Therefor the principle regarding 'Let his head be cut off and let him not die!' does not, as a rule, apply.
        (12) The groomsmen testify in case of need to the virginity of the bride. V. infra 12a. If the bridegroom will act in a manner that will cause no bleeding, the groomsmen will not be able to testify on the question of virginity.
        (13) To provide evidence of the virginity of the bride. Cf. Deut.XXII,17.
        (14) It may happen that he will act in the normal manner and cause bleeding but he will destroy the tokens and maintain that the bride was not a virgin; for this reason the above mentioned provisions are necessary. Where however he moved aside and made a false charge as to her virginity, the bride can plead that she is still a virgin (Rashi)."

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Super Spy wrote:
 
Okay, I kept my mouth shut.  I sat here and read tedious monotonous list after list of etymological substance that seems to only further obfuscate an already complex issue.  I even looked at the identity Website, and am currently picking through some things on it.

But come on.  With all due respect (which I'm not sure is much), your faith seems more based on Jew bashing than anything else.  Your anti-Semitic ravings of your Website and flashy generalizations are just garbage, and very disrespectful of an entire group of people.

You walk around with your Greek transliterations (and especially your half truths), only barely covering the intolerant, throughly unsubstantiated sludge you're dishing out. SOME of your points made on your emails MIGHT have been interesting, if not so covered up with hasty generalizations and false linkage via arbitrary standards to other entities.

 I'm tempted to say please pardon my harsh tone.  But I'm not going to.  Those that know me, know I have plenty of disagreements with conventional Christians and with some of the stuff I've seen on this list. But this is pretty far, even for what I've seen.  Jews caused the civil war?  All pagan Gods can be traced to Baal?  Those fooleries I could deal with... but your Website?  Completely ludicrous.  This is balley-hoo. And pathetically indefensible as a position.  I've read your Website, and found SO much Anti-Semitic nonsense that if I were you , I'd be ashamed to open my mouth.

I hope that everyone on this list has the good sense to go to this man's site, and the site of his he links "http://www.jewwatch.com".  Look over it before you believe ANYTHING this man says, especially the parts about the holocaust.

Mr. Martin, if you think it is so defensible... you might want to get it ready.  Because if you keep throwing out such inflammatory and ridiculously overblown false information, I'm going to start asking you for a defense, point by point.  Without all of the unnecessary obfuscation.  And I'm going to counterdrill you on each and every point.  So please - choose your words with caution.  I think your attempts to stereotype all Jews and their place in history only shows you to be a hate monger - and foolish.

Bradley S. Hughes, Esq.
 

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