• Why did the holocaust happen?

    Best answer: 1. The Holocaust happened. Deniers simply are too stupid to understand reality. Go visit the American museum in Washington DC that is dedicated to the history of the Holocaust. 2. The reason is because Adolf was looking for scapegoats to blame for Germany's abysmal economy after WW I and during the Great... show more
    Best answer: 1. The Holocaust happened. Deniers simply are too stupid to understand reality. Go visit the American museum in Washington DC that is dedicated to the history of the Holocaust.

    2. The reason is because Adolf was looking for scapegoats to blame for Germany's abysmal economy after WW I and during the Great Depression. By blaming certain ethnic groups he was able to make the rest of Germany's citizens feel better about themselves and work their way out of a truly bad depression. It also was an excuse for government takeovers of some Jewish-owned businesses and properties.

    3. A MAJOR component of why it happened is because the German people (at the time) were in such a bad situation that they did not CARE what happened to others so nobody spoke up about the incredibly harsh treatment of Jews, gypsies, gays, and Seventh-day Adventists. Nobody CARED about anyone else but themselves.

    4. It is for this reason that you deniers out there need to go learn the truth. Because the old saying is true... those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
    18 answers · Israel · 3 days ago
  • Why do Jews hate Palestinians so much?

    19 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Has the Israeli Army EVER been in Combat?

    It seems the only people they attack is UNARMED Palestinians
    It seems the only people they attack is UNARMED Palestinians
    15 answers · Israel · 1 day ago
  • Why are Jewish Israeli women so weak ugly and cannot defend themselves properly in a conversation?

    They are ugly ignorant and weak and are ending up being the joke. Even make their boyfriends feel embarassed they have no manners and have no clue of what they are talking about too ignorant and careless. And very insensitive and get furious. I feel sorry for Jewish Israeli men and Palestinians babies. They have no... show more
    They are ugly ignorant and weak and are ending up being the joke. Even make their boyfriends feel embarassed they have no manners and have no clue of what they are talking about too ignorant and careless. And very insensitive and get furious. I feel sorry for Jewish Israeli men and Palestinians babies. They have no serious arguments and nag. I had a conversation with this Israeli woman today in Acropolis in Koukaki and she even made her boyfriend feel akward and people around us. Thank God i am a strong opinioned charming young woman who knowx how to handle talks!!!!
    7 answers · Israel · 14 hours ago
  • I'm Jewish yet I doubt Abraham Isaac or any bible characters ever existed how do I tell my rabbi this?

    Best answer: Why are you going anonymous? If you care what your rabbi thinks then go ask him! Yes archaeological evidence is missing but it has been our faith that we were freed from slavery. The fact that we have survived all the great empires and come out still on top is a miracle wouldn't you say? Food for thought.... show more
    Best answer: Why are you going anonymous? If you care what your rabbi thinks then go ask him!

    Yes archaeological evidence is missing but it has been our faith that we were freed from slavery. The fact that we have survived all the great empires and come out still on top is a miracle wouldn't you say? Food for thought. Isn't it also strange that we waited 2000 years and finally got our homeland back? We have a lineage going back at least 3,300 years ago!

    DNA PROVES PRIESTLY LINEAGE IS AT LEAST 3,300 YEARS OLD

    "Based on the DNA of today’s Cohanim [members of the Priestly Tribe], geneticists have dated their “Most Common Recent Ancestor” to 106 generations ago, approximately 3,300 years. This is in agreement with the Torah’s written and oral tradition of the lifetime of Aaron, the original High Priest and founder of the Priestly lineage. Further genetic studies have found that the CMH-the Cohen Modal Haplotype-a haplotype of the MED (J) haplogroup-is not exclusive to Jews. It is also found in significant percentages among other Middle Eastern populations, and to a lesser extent, among southern Mediterranean groups. A haplotype is a group of distinct DNA markers—neutral nucleotide mutations, which when found together indicate a lineage.

    These particular markers were discovered on the Y-Chromosome, which is passed down from father to son, without change, thus establishing a paternal lineage pattern.

    If the CMH is the genetic signature of Aaron, the father of the Cohanim (Priests), it must also have been the genetic signature of Aaron’s father, Amram, and that of his father, Kehat, and of his father, Levi. Levi’s father was Jacob who also must have had the CMH as his Y-Chromosome genetic signature, as did his father, Isaac.

    Thus we arrive at Abraham. Abraham was only seven generations removed from Aaron, a matter of a few hundred years. Genetic signatures change only slightly over many generations. Thus, it is very reasonable to assume that the CMH, the most common haplotype among Jewish males, is therefore also the genetic signature of the Patriarch Abraham.

    The Cohanim (Priests) have maintained the Abrahamic lineage to the highest degree among the Jewish People. Jewish is not a genetic definition—other peoples, through marriage and conversions, have joined the Jewish People. However, being a Cohen is a genetic definition—father to son starting from Aaron, the High Priest. And despite having been scattered throughout the world for over 2,000 years, they have maintained their genetic integrity equivalent to the highest percentages of the other Middle Eastern groups which never left the region."

    You are entitled to make up your own mind and opinion.
    8 answers · Israel · 1 day ago
  • Since Jews often have DNA linking them as a distinct Ethnic racial group how can non-Jews with no Hebrew genes really become Jews?

    Best answer: Because the Torah decides who is Jewish and who isn't! Only the Priestly tribe isn't allowed to marry converts. After 2 generations descendants of converts become the same as born Jews (without the restrictions of being a convert) and can marry a cohen for example. As long as the cohen marries someone who... show more
    Best answer: Because the Torah decides who is Jewish and who isn't! Only the Priestly tribe isn't allowed to marry converts. After 2 generations descendants of converts become the same as born Jews (without the restrictions of being a convert) and can marry a cohen for example. As long as the cohen marries someone who he is allowed to marry his children will be legitimate cohanim-priests.

    Before the tribes of Israel were scattered everyone knew their lineages. Not really anymore. But their lineages don't dissapear! A man whether he is aware of it or not continues to pass lineage down to his children! Just because we accept converts that doesn't mean there will be fewer Jews with lineages unless they intermarry or engage in incestuous or adulterous relations. In which case the offspring of these people become mamzerim.

    Being Jewish has never been racial but national. I guess some ignorant people of halakah see it the way you explain it but its not the case. Someone with 100% Semitic ancestry who is a Levi or Yisrael is just as Jewish as someone who doesn't have or has less Semitic ancestry. Being Jewish is all that really matters.

    The reason many people get offended, including Jews, is because when you attack their ancestry you are saying they aren't real Jews but non-Jews practicing the Jewish religion. Jews who look Semitic are often treated differently for good or for worse by non-Jews based on appearances while Jews who don't "look" Jewish are called khazars or "fake Jews". This can be psychologically painful or even hurt the person's identity. You make someone feel inferior to someone else based on genetics. Many people favor the Sephardim or mizrahim thinking they are more "Jewish" than Ashkenazim. This comes from racism.

    Truth is a Jew is a Jew. Sephardic or Ashkenazic. All of us are Jews.

    So what does it mean to be Jewish? It means to follow Judaism or at least have a shared past, connection and history with your people. Non-Jews are obsessed about blood and race, they look at a different nation and try to claim superiority in some way. But Jews are supposed to be opposite. We are to remain united and look past our differences. Why are we Jews? The reason is because we have a special mission in this world that we were chosen to accomplish. Race doesn't make me higher or better than a non-Jew my actions do! We have to be an example for humanity and do God's Will.
    6 answers · Israel · 1 day ago
  • Why is lv similar to skyline?

    Both of them used the same terminology about arguments.
    Both of them used the same terminology about arguments.
    6 answers · Israel · 1 day ago
  • Do you agree with this Rabbi? *MUSLIMS ARE BLESSED*?

    Do you agree with this Rabbi? *MUSLIMS ARE BLESSED*?

    Best answer: In the first link I agree that muslims have a special mission or advantage in that they adhere to monotheism and believe in the Jewish God, meaning, that their religion is more authentic than other non-Jewish religions. It is taught in the Talmud that if the nations don't support or submit to the Jews (once the... show more
    Best answer: In the first link I agree that muslims have a special mission or advantage in that they adhere to monotheism and believe in the Jewish God, meaning, that their religion is more authentic than other non-Jewish religions. It is taught in the Talmud that if the nations don't support or submit to the Jews (once the Jews live among them) or Israel then Ishmael may force them to submit to their will. It's no suprise that the nations that have kicked out the Jews welcomed muslims and now are becoming muslim majority nations. Countries such as Chechenya and Germany for example. The nations that support Jews will not become Islamic according to our beliefs.

    The Muslims disadvantage is that they have become enemies or hate the Jews. Therefore the Torah teaches they will be cursed. Most Islamic nations look that way TBH. Then the Muslims say Jews everything LOL.

    The Jewish Professor in the second link is nuts IMHO. I prefer Tzvi Misinai ;) He says Jews and Palestinians share similar DNA >_< I guess we are semites then? Science has spoken?! Lord E you have failed to convince anyone that Jews are fake khazars!
    7 answers · Israel · 5 days ago
  • Does it upset Jews haters that thanks to Israel Jews now have a place to go to escape their evil so no Holocaust will ever happen again?

    Best answer: Pretty much. If you hate a group, and now they have a place to seek some sort of haven, wouldn't you be upset? However, some try to "rationalize" this by pointing out that there is now a concentration of Jews that they can easily target; but, honestly, that always seems to come off as desperate, as... show more
    Best answer: Pretty much.

    If you hate a group, and now they have a place to seek some sort of haven, wouldn't you be upset? However, some try to "rationalize" this by pointing out that there is now a concentration of Jews that they can easily target; but, honestly, that always seems to come off as desperate, as if they know Israel is also no pushover and that their dreams of genocide won't happen.
    6 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Are you Jewish?

    7 answers · Israel · 3 days ago