Talmudic Doctrine: Non-Jews are not Human
mission islam
25-Jan-2009 (4 comments)

Talmudic Doctrine: Non-Jews are not Human <>The Talmud specifically defines all who are not Jews as non-human animals, and specifically dehumanises gentiles as not being descendants of Adam. We will now list some of the Talmud passages which relate to this topic: "The Jews are called human beings, but the non-Jews are not humans. They are beasts." - Talmud: Baba mezia, 114b "The Akum (non-Jew) is like a dog. Yes, the scripture teaches to honour the the dog more than the non-Jew." - Ereget Raschi Erod. 22 30

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Mehdi Mazloom

SMHB - You are right.

by Mehdi Mazloom on

Hey you are right (sort of), here is one example. (slightly modied to fit support your argument.

You see, I am Jewish and worse, a Zionists", and I support your thisis.



The Prophet, Allah bless him and
grant him salvation, has said:

"The Day of Judgement will not come about until Jews  fight the Moslems(killing the moslems), when the moslem will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moishe, O david', there is a moslem
behind me, come and kill him
 

You know some of you out there are some dumb and out of tough with reality, that it is so easy to render you as idiots.

mush like rosie said - go and get a life mister.


DW Duke

To SMHB

by DW Duke on

To be honest, your news blog here reminds me a lot of this blog by Covenant a few weeks ago. 

http://iranian.com/main/blog/covenant/abdul-baha-says-about-africans

If you want the truth, Judaism teaches that the non-Jews are sons of Noah and as long as they observe seven simple laws called the Noahide Laws, they are as righteous as the greatest Jewish sage (rabbi). 

http://www.noahidenations.com/content/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=216


rosie is roxy is roshan

Way to go, SMBB...

by rosie is roxy is roshan on

First of all, this is not news, it is textual exegesis and should be dealt with in a blog or article. Second of all, missionislam is some helluva source..and third of all...

yeah, yeah, right, right..so non-Jews are IMPURE!  Ah...you mean NAJES!  so Jews can fight infidels...ah you mean JIHAD! Sorry, no, CRUSADE! And bla bla bla and yada yada yada.

Do you really think Jews walk around the streets going oh yeah, there's a person there's a pig? Oh sorry why am I speaking to you in English?  Allow me to translate for you in language you can understand, I mean, you're not Jewish right?  Let's see: oink, oink, oink! 

Come on, get off of it, will you? You're only making things WORSE. Think, think, think!!! 

Oh so sorry, almost lost my temper...well, you know how it is..my genetic bloodlust, you know...

Peace Now.

Non-Zionist Jew


DW Duke

Baba Mezia 114b

by DW Duke on

I am not sure what your friends are reading SMBH but here is Baba Mezia 114b in its entirety.  I don't see anything about non-Jews not being human.  Can you help me locate it?  I don't have time to go through all of your citations but I thought I would pull up the first. :)  It is important to take everything in context.  The Talmud is a collection of opinions by rabbis.  Here an opinion is expressed by Rabbi Yochai that dead bodies of gentiles do not defile but that pertains to their designation for purposes of defilement.  Trying to clip verses from the Talmud out of context leads to confusing results. 

[He asked him further:] Whence do we know that a naked man must not separate [terumah]? — From the verse, That He see no unclean thing in thee.1 Said he [Rabbah] to him: Art thou not a priest:2 why then dost thou stand in a cemetery?3 — He replied: Has the Master not studied the laws of purity?4 For it has been taught: R. Simeon b. Yohai said: The graves of Gentiles do not defile, for it is written, And ye my flock, the flock of my pastures, are men;5 only ye are designated ‘men’.6 — He replied: I cannot even adequately study the four [orders]; can I then study six?7 And why? he inquired. — I am too hard — pressed8 , he answered. He then led him into Paradise and said to him: Remove thy robe and collect and take away some of these leaves. So he gathered them and carried them off. As he was coming out, he heard a remark, ‘Who would so consume his [portion in] the world [to come] as Rabbah b. Abbuha has done?’ Thereupon he scattered and threw them away. Yet even so, since he had carried them in his robe, it had absorbed their fragrance, and so he sold it for twelve thousand denarii, which he distributed among his sons-in-law.

    Our Rabbis taught: And if the man be poor, thou shalt not sleep in his pledge:9 hence, if he is wealthy, thou mayest sleep thus. What does this mean?10 — Said R. Shesheth: This is the meaning: And if the man be poor, thou shalt not sleep whilst his pledge is in thy possession; but if he is wealthy, thou mayest do so.11

    Our Rabbis taught: If a man lends [money] to his fellow, he may not take a pledge of him, nor is he bound to return it to him, and he transgresses all these injunctions.12 What does this mean? — R. Shesheth said: This: If a man lends [money] to his fellow, he may not [himself] take a pledge of him; and if he did take a pledge of him [by means of a court officer], he is bound to return it;13 whilst ‘he transgresses all these injunctions’ refers to the last clause.14 Raba said: It is thus meant: If a man lends money to his neighbour, he may not take a pledge of him [himself], and if he took a pledge of him [through the court], he must return it.15 Now, when is this? If the pledge was not taken at the time of the loan.16 But if it was taken at the time of the loan,17 he is not bound to return it to him.18 Whilst ‘and he transgresses all these injunctions’ refers to the first clause.19

 R. Shizebi recited before Raba: Thou shalt return it unto him until the sun goeth down20 — this refers to night attire; in any case thou shalt deliver him the pledge again when the sun goeth down — to an object of day attire. Said he to him: Of what use is an article of day attire by night,21 and a night attire by day? Shall I then delete it? he asked. — No, was his reply. It reads thus: Thou shalt return it unto him until the sun goeth down — this refers to an article of day attire, which may be taken in pledge by night; in any case thou shalt deliver him the pledge again when the sun goeth down — to a night attire, which may be taken in pledge by day. R. Johanan said: If he took a pledge of him, [returned it,] and then he [the debtor] died, he may distrain it from his children. An objection is raised: R. Meir said: Now, since a pledge is taken, why is it returned?22 ‘Why is it returned?’ [you ask.]23 — Surely Scripture ordered, Return it! But [say thus]: Since it is returned,