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ISRAEL Most racist country on Earth : RABBI WANT ALL NON jewish people TO BE KICKED OUT OF HOLY LAND WHERE "JESUS " WAS BORN -

 
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ISRAEL Most racist country on Earth : RABBI WANT ALL NON jewish people TO BE KICKED OUT OF HOLY LAND WHERE "JESUS " WAS BORN -
Rabbi: Revoke citizenship of non-jewish people
Prominent Religous-Zionist Rabbi Zalman Melamed suggests conferring Israeli citizenship on all jewish people worldwide while stripping rights of 'gentiles striving to undermine the country'
Kobi Nahshoni
Published:  04.28.08, 07:18 / Israel Jewish Scene




"There must be legislation allowing Jewish people everywhere in the world to become Israeli citizens, even if they do not live here," asserted Rabbi Zalman Melamed on Sunday at a conference debating Torah-derived teachings as they pertain to minority issues in Israel.
 
Melamed is regarded as an influential authority in the Religious Zionism movement and currently serves as Beit El's chief rabbi.
 
Struggle
Arabs battle for citizenship; State unyielding  / Tani Goldstein
Mohammed al-Deik has lived in Israel for 18 years, paid taxes, employed workers in his factory and even married two Israeli citizens and fathered an Israeli girl, but Interior Ministry still refuses to grant him citizenship
Full story
Doing so, said Melamed, would strengthen the idea of Israel as the nation of all jewish people while simultaneously shoring up the country's Jewish demographic in future elections.
 
However, he agreed, jewish people who do not reside in Israel should not receive monetary benefits so long as they are also exempted from paying taxes and other national duties.
 
"Our ideal objective is for the land of Israel, on all its borders, to be filled with the people of Israel, as was promised to Abraham our father. For the country to operate in accordance with the Torah of Israel," said the rabbi, adding that Knesset Member Uri Ariel (National Union–National Religious Party) is already working towards legislating such a bill.
 
Biblical resident aliens
Melamed advocates stripping Israeli Arab's of their civil rights. "Even those with a democratic viewpoint understand that we must limit the rights of those who wish to harm the State. There are many non-jewish people in Israel who are striving to undermine the country," he said at the conference.
 
"These people should not be able to vote who sits in the Knesset or determine who leads the country. The law must dictate that the subversive cannot be citizens."
 
In his opening statements the rabbi discussed the position of the adjudicators regarding non-Jewish residents under Jewish rule and asserted that in accordance with the Torah, anyone who recognizes Israel as a Jewish nation and pledges to adhere to the seven Noahide Laws should be conferred the status of 'Ger Toshav.' The term literally means 'resident alien' and was used to refer to gentiles living in Israel under during biblical times.
 
However, said the rabbi, in modern times Israel cannot do as it pleases and uphold democratic values and minority rights. "We can't be isolated from all other nations, be it politically, economically and scientifically, or when it comes to defense."
 
Israel, said Melamed, must strive to be a "light unto the gentiles" and not just adhere to the way of life dictated by the Torah. "To influence other nations you must communicate with them,
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Rabbi: Revoke citizenship of non-jewish people
Prominent Religous-Zionist Rabbi Zalman Melamed suggests conferring Israeli citizenship on all jewish people worldwide while stripping rights of 'gentiles striving to undermine the country'
Kobi Nahshoni
Published:  04.28.08, 07:18 / Israel Jewish Scene




"There must be legislation allowing Jewish people everywhere in the world to become Israeli citizens, even if they do not live here," asserted Rabbi Zalman Melamed on Sunday at a conference debating Torah-derived teachings as they pertain to minority issues in Israel.
 
Melamed is regarded as an influential authority in the Religious Zionism movement and currently serves as Beit El's chief rabbi.
 
Struggle
Arabs battle for citizenship; State unyielding  / Tani Goldstein
Mohammed al-Deik has lived in Israel for 18 years, paid taxes, employed workers in his factory and even married two Israeli citizens and fathered an Israeli girl, but Interior Ministry still refuses to grant him citizenship
Full story
Doing so, said Melamed, would strengthen the idea of Israel as the nation of all jewish people while simultaneously shoring up the country's Jewish demographic in future elections.
 
However, he agreed, jewish people who do not reside in Israel should not receive monetary benefits so long as they are also exempted from paying taxes and other national duties.
 
"Our ideal objective is for the land of Israel, on all its borders, to be filled with the people of Israel, as was promised to Abraham our father. For the country to operate in accordance with the Torah of Israel," said the rabbi, adding that Knesset Member Uri Ariel (National Union–National Religious Party) is already working towards legislating such a bill.
 
Biblical resident aliens
Melamed advocates stripping Israeli Arab's of their civil rights. "Even those with a democratic viewpoint understand that we must limit the rights of those who wish to harm the State. There are many non-jewish people in Israel who are striving to undermine the country," he said at the conference.
 
"These people should not be able to vote who sits in the Knesset or determine who leads the country. The law must dictate that the subversive cannot be citizens."
 
In his opening statements the rabbi discussed the position of the adjudicators regarding non-Jewish residents under Jewish rule and asserted that in accordance with the Torah, anyone who recognizes Israel as a Jewish nation and pledges to adhere to the seven Noahide Laws should be conferred the status of 'Ger Toshav.' The term literally means 'resident alien' and was used to refer to gentiles living in Israel under during biblical times.
 
However, said the rabbi, in modern times Israel cannot do as it pleases and uphold democratic values and minority rights. "We can't be isolated from all other nations, be it politically, economically and scientifically, or when it comes to defense."
 
Israel, said Melamed, must strive to be a "light unto the gentiles" and not just adhere to the way of life dictated by the Torah. "To influence other nations you must communicate with them,
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What is wrong with that??? It's a Jewish state and they only want Jewish people???

Here in the USA, we want all the FRIGGIN ILLIGAL ALIENS OUT!!! So, what does that make us????

Every State and country is Racist to some point. Get over it!!!

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Re: ISRAEL Most racist country on Earth : RABBI WANT ALL NON jewish people TO BE KICKED OUT OF HOLY LAND WHERE "JESUS " WAS BORN -
Rabbi: Revoke citizenship of non-jewish people
Prominent Religous-Zionist Rabbi Zalman Melamed suggests conferring Israeli citizenship on all jewish people worldwide while stripping rights of 'gentiles striving to undermine the country'
Kobi Nahshoni
Published:  04.28.08, 07:18 / Israel Jewish Scene




"There must be legislation allowing Jewish people everywhere in the world to become Israeli citizens, even if they do not live here," asserted Rabbi Zalman Melamed on Sunday at a conference debating Torah-derived teachings as they pertain to minority issues in Israel.
 
Melamed is regarded as an influential authority in the Religious Zionism movement and currently serves as Beit El's chief rabbi.
 
Struggle
Arabs battle for citizenship; State unyielding  / Tani Goldstein
Mohammed al-Deik has lived in Israel for 18 years, paid taxes, employed workers in his factory and even married two Israeli citizens and fathered an Israeli girl, but Interior Ministry still refuses to grant him citizenship
Full story
Doing so, said Melamed, would strengthen the idea of Israel as the nation of all jewish people while simultaneously shoring up the country's Jewish demographic in future elections.
 
However, he agreed, jewish people who do not reside in Israel should not receive monetary benefits so long as they are also exempted from paying taxes and other national duties.
 
"Our ideal objective is for the land of Israel, on all its borders, to be filled with the people of Israel, as was promised to Abraham our father. For the country to operate in accordance with the Torah of Israel," said the rabbi, adding that Knesset Member Uri Ariel (National Union–National Religious Party) is already working towards legislating such a bill.
 
Biblical resident aliens
Melamed advocates stripping Israeli Arab's of their civil rights. "Even those with a democratic viewpoint understand that we must limit the rights of those who wish to harm the State. There are many non-jewish people in Israel who are striving to undermine the country," he said at the conference.
 
"These people should not be able to vote who sits in the Knesset or determine who leads the country. The law must dictate that the subversive cannot be citizens."
 
In his opening statements the rabbi discussed the position of the adjudicators regarding non-Jewish residents under Jewish rule and asserted that in accordance with the Torah, anyone who recognizes Israel as a Jewish nation and pledges to adhere to the seven Noahide Laws should be conferred the status of 'Ger Toshav.' The term literally means 'resident alien' and was used to refer to gentiles living in Israel under during biblical times.
 
However, said the rabbi, in modern times Israel cannot do as it pleases and uphold democratic values and minority rights. "We can't be isolated from all other nations, be it politically, economically and scientifically, or when it comes to defense."
 
Israel, said Melamed, must strive to be a "light unto the gentiles" and not just adhere to the way of life dictated by the Torah. "To influence other nations you must communicate with them,
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HOLY LAND just small piece of cake without oil
my sexy land 90 times larger than their land
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Re: ISRAEL Most racist country on Earth : RABBI WANT ALL NON jewish people TO BE KICKED OUT OF HOLY LAND WHERE "JESUS " WAS BORN -
Rabbi: Revoke citizenship of non-jewish people
Prominent Religous-Zionist Rabbi Zalman Melamed suggests conferring Israeli citizenship on all jewish people worldwide while stripping rights of 'gentiles striving to undermine the country'
Kobi Nahshoni
Published:  04.28.08, 07:18 / Israel Jewish Scene




"There must be legislation allowing Jewish people everywhere in the world to become Israeli citizens, even if they do not live here," asserted Rabbi Zalman Melamed on Sunday at a conference debating Torah-derived teachings as they pertain to minority issues in Israel.
 
Melamed is regarded as an influential authority in the Religious Zionism movement and currently serves as Beit El's chief rabbi.
 
Struggle
Arabs battle for citizenship; State unyielding  / Tani Goldstein
Mohammed al-Deik has lived in Israel for 18 years, paid taxes, employed workers in his factory and even married two Israeli citizens and fathered an Israeli girl, but Interior Ministry still refuses to grant him citizenship
Full story
Doing so, said Melamed, would strengthen the idea of Israel as the nation of all jewish people while simultaneously shoring up the country's Jewish demographic in future elections.
 
However, he agreed, jewish people who do not reside in Israel should not receive monetary benefits so long as they are also exempted from paying taxes and other national duties.
 
"Our ideal objective is for the land of Israel, on all its borders, to be filled with the people of Israel, as was promised to Abraham our father. For the country to operate in accordance with the Torah of Israel," said the rabbi, adding that Knesset Member Uri Ariel (National Union–National Religious Party) is already working towards legislating such a bill.
 
Biblical resident aliens
Melamed advocates stripping Israeli Arab's of their civil rights. "Even those with a democratic viewpoint understand that we must limit the rights of those who wish to harm the State. There are many non-jewish people in Israel who are striving to undermine the country," he said at the conference.
 
"These people should not be able to vote who sits in the Knesset or determine who leads the country. The law must dictate that the subversive cannot be citizens."
 
In his opening statements the rabbi discussed the position of the adjudicators regarding non-Jewish residents under Jewish rule and asserted that in accordance with the Torah, anyone who recognizes Israel as a Jewish nation and pledges to adhere to the seven Noahide Laws should be conferred the status of 'Ger Toshav.' The term literally means 'resident alien' and was used to refer to gentiles living in Israel under during biblical times.
 
However, said the rabbi, in modern times Israel cannot do as it pleases and uphold democratic values and minority rights. "We can't be isolated from all other nations, be it politically, economically and scientifically, or when it comes to defense."
 
Israel, said Melamed, must strive to be a "light unto the gentiles" and not just adhere to the way of life dictated by the Torah. "To influence other nations you must communicate with them,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3227588


What is wrong with that??? It's a Jewish state and they only want Jewish people???

Here in the USA, we want all the FRIGGIN ILLIGAL ALIENS OUT!!! So, what does that make us????

Every State and country is Racist to some point. Get over it!!!

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lol - you don't see the difference? We welcome citizens of all races and religions, we only ask that they come here legally.

Racist Israelis (not all) want the non-jewish to leave regardless of their citizenship or legal status. They are disgusting hate-mongers.
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The sooner Greater Palestine is restored and it's Satanic Tribe infestation is destroyed once and for all, the better for the planet!
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i love how it took Christians to fight to get Israel back to hand over to the jews and then they act like its theirs....
we gave to to them and we certainly can take it back.
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thats what the bible says
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Yea really don't matter what they are ...they are a first line of defense aginst the henious muslim world.