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The Jew, The Talmud, and the Language

Rabbi Morris N. Kertzer reveals the following concerning the Talmud, the Jew, and the language. "The Talmud consists of 63 books of legal, ethical and historical writings of the ancient rabbis. It was edited five centuries after the birth of Jesus. It is a compendium of law and lore. It is the legal code which forms the basis of Jewish religious law and it is the textbook used in the training of Rabbis." Published in "Look" magazine, June 17, 1952. Morris goes on to say: "From the birth of Jesus until this day there have never been recorded more vicious and vile libelous blasphemies of Jesus, or Christians and the Christian faith by anyone, anywhere or anytime than you will find between the covers of the infamous '63 books' which are 'the legal code which forms the basis of Jewish Religious law' as well as the 'textbook used in the training of rabbis.'" Rabbi Morris continues: "As to the origin of the present "Jews" in Palestine he states that those Jews derived from Eastern Europe are not descendants of the Khazars, a nation most people do not even know of." Morris goes on to say: "The so-called or self styled "Jews" in Eastern Europe in modern history cannot legitimately point to a single ancient ancestor who ever set even a foot on the soil of Palestine in the era of Bible history. Research also revealed that the so-called or self-styled "Jews" in Eastern Europe were never "Semites," are not "Semites" now, nor can they ever be regarded as "Semites" at any future time by any stretch of the imagination. ....What secret mysterious power has been able for countless generations to keep the origin and the history of the Khazars and Khazar Kingdom out of history text-books and out of class-room courses in history throughout the world? The origin and history of the Khazars and Khazar Kingdom are certainly incontestable historical facts." The Khazars were an Asiatic nation (The Jewish Encyclopedia states) that converted to Talmudic Judaism and that had conquered a vast area of eastern Europe which was in turn later conquered by the Russians in the 10th-13th Centuries. Rabbi Morris writes: "After a historic session with representatives of the three monotheistic religions King Bulan (7th Century) decided against Christian and Islam and selected as the future state religion, the religious worship then known as "Talmudism," and now known and practices as "Judaism." They adopted the Hebrew alphabet and "The Khazars adapted words to their requirements from the German, the Slavonic and the Baltic languages," this language was known as "Yiddish." Yiddish uses the Hebrew alphabetic characters but is not Hebrew." In accordance to this history the religion of the modern state of Israel is based on Cabalistic and Talmudic traditions and is far removed from the Biblical worship of Yahweh.
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