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שלום חיים היקר מה שלומך ?
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 This is the extent of decadence and immorality.
 They that promote this drek should rot in
 Gehinnom!
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General Discussion / Re: Hamas claims el yahud sent killer dolphins
« Last post by Nachus on January 19, 2022, 09:28:30 PM »
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Like always, unparalleled meshugas!                                                                                                                     
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    Shalom Chaim,

    1) While the ideal and noble commandment is for
        all Jewish people to be religious Torah Jews and
        to live in the land of Israel, do you think that
        Hillonim that live in the land of Israel have any
        more zechut than religious Jews in the galut?

     2)  You recently mentioned Hillel Kook.Could you
          discuss him more in depth, Yair Stern and the
          Chofetz Chaim? Thank you.

       
       
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Dear Chaim, don't you agree that vaping is no safer than smoking? Neither are good for human health.
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As far as I know, MLK used Jews to help in his cause for civil rights.

A self-hater named Stanley Levison. Member of the Communist Party.
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1. I found out that the name King is from an Irish ancestor of MLK so he be part Irish, UMM HMM! MLK, Sr. changed his name to Martin Luther after witnessing Nazism while on a pilgrimage to Germany. He also visited Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Read the bolded part of the below quote from Wikipedia. If he was sincere, he didn't know the real History behind Martin Luther and how Martin Luther and the Nazis were both German Anti-Semites.

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King became leader of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in March 1931 after the death of Williams.[3] With the country in the midst of the Great Depression, church finances were struggling, but King organized membership and fundraising drives that restored these to health. By 1934, King had become a widely respected leader of the local church. That year, he also changed his name (and that of his eldest son) from Michael King to Martin Luther King after a period of gradual transition on his own part.[4] He was inspired during a trip to Germany for that year's meeting of the Baptist World Alliance (BWA). While visiting sites associated with reformation leader Martin Luther, attendees also witnessed the rise of Nazism. Whilst the BWA conference issued a resolution condemning antisemitism, the senior King gained deepened appreciation for the power of Luther's protest.[5]


2. Did you know before reading this that Alberta King, the mother of MLK, Jr. was assassinated by a black Hebrew who originally planned on assassinating Jesse Jackson? The black Hebrew responsible hated Christians which is why he did it. By the way, MLK's brother died in a pool the year after his assassination, UMM HMM. Discuss the feud between MLK's church and the black Hebrews.

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Alberta King was shot and killed on June 30, 1974, at age 69, by Marcus Wayne Chenault, a 23-year-old black man from Ohio who had adopted the theology of the Black Hebrew Israelites.[13] Chenault's mentor, Rev. Hananiah E. Israel of Cincinnati, castigated black civil rights activists and black church leaders as being evil and deceptive, but claimed in interviews not to have advocated violence.[14] Chenault did not draw any such distinction, and actually first decided to assassinate Rev. Jesse Jackson in Chicago, but canceled the plan at the last minute.

Two weeks later he set out for Atlanta, where he shot Alberta King with two handguns as she sat at the organ of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Chenault said that he shot King because "all Christians are my enemies," and claimed that he had decided that black ministers were a menace to black people. He said his original target had been Martin Luther King Sr., but he had decided to shoot his wife instead because she was near him. He also killed one of the church's deacons, Edward Boykin, in the attack, and Mrs. Jimmie Mitchell, a retired schoolteacher, suffered a wound to the neck.[12] “It seemed like I was watching a scene from a bad movie play out" King's daughter would later recall in her 2009 memoir Through It All.[15]

King and Boykin were rushed to the nearby Grady Memorial Hospital.[1] Officials announced King was "barely alive" when she arrived at the hospital, while Boykin was pronounced dead on arrival.[1] King died shortly afterward from a gunshot wound to the right of her head.[1]


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