(EDITOR’S NOTE: Cue the “solidarity” activists who will tell us that Judaism has absolutely, positively nothing whatsoever to do with Zionism, even though the deranged fantasies uttered by this loathsome rabbi are straight out of Joshua and Deuteronomy; who will tell us the notion that the Rabbinate is hateful towards what it deems “the Ishmaelites (Arabs)” is “anti-Semitic”; who will tell us that the Global Kehilla is a construct of “Jew-haters” and such a thing has no power, no influence and no connection to modern-day events in the Holy Land because it doesn’t exist; who will tell us that the link between World Jewry and the usurping Zionist entity either is a figment of our imagination or a mere coincidence that shouldn’t be dwelt on for any significant amount of time; who will tell us that the anti-Gentile views of this cruel, genocidal “chosenite” stem from a political ideology and not his Talmud, his Kabbalah and, most importantly, his corrupted Torah; who will tell us that the potential demolition of Masjid Al-Aqsa — La Samah ALLAH (SWT), God forbid — would be a criminal action linked to settler-colonialism and not the implementation of a messianic prophecy adhered to by the vast majority of World Jewry; who will tell us yet again that Zionism originated with Theodor Herzl, a “secularist”, even though its genesis actually came from Rabbi Moses Hess, a maniacal Jewish supremacist who thought of “the Jewish people” as their own God and who was rabidly anti-Gentile to his core; and who will tell us, for the umpteenth time, that one cannot effectively fight for Palestine if one attempts to expose Jewish Power and the supremacy inherent to the Jewish culture and religion, even if one is a victim of Jewish Power and the culture and religion that govern it. Here at Mouqawamah Music, these “solidarity” activists’ pleas to protect all things Jewish from criticism fall on deaf ears. Their sacred cow has no mercy on us, as proven by the words of Rabbi Steven Pruzansky and so, so, *SO* many others before him, and therefore, in our exposure of his supremacist ideology, we shall have no mercy either. ~ Jonathan Azaziah)
The rabbi of a major modern Orthodox synagogue in New Jersey has written a blog post that calls for Israel to collectively punish Arab Israelis and Palestinians until they realize “they have no future in the land of Israel.”
In the post, written Friday and titled “Dealing with Savages,” Rabbi Steven Pruzansky of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck offers suggestions that range from destroying whole Palestinian towns to uprooting the Dome of the Rock.
“There is a war for the land of Israel that is being waged, and the Arabs who dwell in the land of Israel are the enemy in that war and must be vanquished,” Pruzansky writes.
The post has since been deleted, but it’s cached here.
Pruzansky refers to “the Arab-Muslim animals that span the globe chopping, hacking and merrily decapitating,” and then writes, “At a certain point, the unrestrained behavior of unruly animals becomes the fault of the zookeeper, not the animals.”
So what should Israel do? According to Pruzansky, essentially end civil and human rights for many Arab Israelis and Palestinians. Beyond killing all terrorists and demolishing their extended families’ homes, Pruzansky says Israel should destroy entire Arab villages if more than one terrorist comes from them. All the residents of those villages, he writes, should be expelled.
He also writes that rioters and stone-throwers should be shot with live ammunition, and that reporters should be barred from these scenes and have their cameras confiscated.
Pruzansky says Arabs should be barred from the Temple Mount for at least six months, and muses that “perhaps the day will come in the near future when the mosque and the dome can be uplifted intact and reset in Saudi Arabia, Syria or wherever it is wanted.”
Pruzansky writes that Palestinians and Arab Israelis as a whole are Israel’s enemy — “and that enemy rides our buses, shops in our malls, drives on our roads and lives just two miles from us.” (“Us,” apparently, doesn’t include Pruzansky himself, who leads a congregation 5,000 miles from Jerusalem.)
This isn’t the first time Pruzansky has made the news for his views. Earlier this month, he compared The New York Jewish Week to Der Sturmer, a Nazi newspaper. Pruzansky’s congregation, Bnai Yeshurun, has about 800 member families, according to its website, and has been led by Pruzansky for more than 20 years.
Near the end of his post, Pruzansky wonders why Israelis haven’t come to the same conclusions he has. It’s an “enduring enigma,” he says.
Source: The Times of Israel