Orthodox Jews Call for Dismantling of
Washington DC - February 6 2002
Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss spokesman of Neturei Karta
International, a world wide movement of anti-Zionist Jews,
announced that a delegation of Rabbis will be joining the
"Coalition of Arab-American, Muslim Organizations" in
protest against the Zionist State.
"It is high, time that the Jewish people realize that
which our sages and the vast majority of Jewry understood,
when Zionism began a little over a century ago, that,
Zionism is a movement of profound danger to the Jewish
"Hasn't enough blood been spilled, both Jewish and
Palestinian? Isn't it time to rethink the entire Zionist
Rabbi Weiss noted that the message his group will bring
to Washington and the Palestinians assembled there, is the
clear Talmudic prohibition of Jews over the Holy Land until
their sins be expiated in exile. Violation of the terms of
Jewish exile has caused much suffering for all parties in
the Middle East. "It is high time to dismantle the Israeli
state. It is a blemish on the Jewish people. All mankind is
told by the state's representatives, that Israel represents
Jewry. This is utter nonsense.
Heretics cannot represent the Torah people. Those guilty
of massive cruelty towards the Palestinians cannot represent
a merciful people."
"The task of the Jewish people is to devote itself to
Torah and God's service. We are called upon by our Creator
to remain loyal to the countries of our exile and to pursue
good will towards all men.
Zionism is an evil distraction which lures its victims
into endless conflict withother peoples."
"Today we have joined with the Palestinian people in a
show of sympathy for their suffering. Prime Minister
Sharon's presence today in Washington, is an affront to
believing Jews and suffering Palestinians."
"May we all be worthy of seeing the day when the state of
Israel will be no more, the Palestinians will be relieved of
their suffering. And the wayward Jews will return to their
brethren in the true service of God. The day when all
nations will recognize the One God and then, we will all
serve Him together peacefully. AMEN."
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