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Published in 1892 by Justinas Bonaventure Pranaitis (1861–1917). The book, generally regarded as antisemitic, is a collection of quotes from the Talmud and Zohar which purports to demonstrate that Judaism despises non-Jews and promotes the murder of non-Jews. Pranaitis drew on the earlier works of Jakob Ecker and August Rohling. The Talmud Unmasked: is a collection of alleged quotes from the Talmud, the Zohar and other Talmudic works purporting to demonstrate that: Jews do not regard non-Jews as human beings - the Talmud contains blasphemies against Jesus and offensive passages about Christians - Judaism despises non-Jews - the Talmud urges Jews to do a variety of harms to Christians, such as murder and theft, and teaches that each death of a Christian serves as a substitute for the Temple sacrifices, which would then hasten the arrival of the Jewish messiah.- wikipedia
The Talmud Unmasked
"The book you now hold in your hand is the best proof that I did not heed these warnings of my friends. I considered it unworthy of me to keep silent just for the sake of my own personal safety while the conflict rages between the two camps of "Semites" and "Anti Semites," both of which claim they are fighting for the truth, while I know that the whole truth is not to be found in either camp. But whatever befalls me because of what I have done, I shall gladly suffer it. I am prepared to lay down my life— THAT I MAY BEAR WITNESS TO THE TRUTH" (John 18, 37) I. B. PRANAITIS
Conflicts between Pharisees and Sadducees took place in the context of much broader and longstanding social and religious conflicts among Jews..
A fourth point of conflict, specifically religious, involved different interpretations of the Torah and how to apply it to current Jewish life, with Sadducees recognizing only the Written Torah (with Greek philosophy) and rejecting doctrines such as the Oral Torah..
originally posted by: dashen
Has anyone here even read the bible. Let alone the talmud?