Letter from a Concerned Jewess!

 A Jewish woman writes to me with concern over anti-Gentile hatred in the Jewish community, including the increasingly common practice of pious Jews spitting in the faces of Christian clergy in Israel

Letter from a Concerned Jew

Here’s what a Jewish lady wrote to me a couple of days ago. Here’s what she wrote,

“Dr. Duke …You know it took a guy I really despised to open my eyes to the hypocrisy in my own community, and you know what, I don’t hate you anymore, in fact I will never criticize one more bit of anti-Semitism until we Jews eliminate the powerful elements of anti-gentilism in our midst (you made up that term, but it sure fits). When I read your introduction to Jewish Supremacism I went back and thought about my Jewish upbringing and I can’t tell you how many times in the synagogue, in Jewish reading material, and from a thousand different sources I have read the most hateful things about gentiles. Shindler’s List is not just a hate screed against the Germans but against all Europeans and Christians in particular. It goes out of the way to show Shindler was a flawed, but righteous gentile, a real exception to evil gentiles. Shindler’s list and all the every-5-minutes Holocaust mentions are calculated to produce the utmost in hatred in Jews toward genitles, and yes, I agree, gentile guilt.

You know it’s called hate for Gentiles to criticize the crucifixion of Christ by the Jews, but somehow it’s not hate to blame all the Gentiles for the greatest mass murder of all time.

Oops, you know what, I have been writing Gentile with a small letter G and Jew with a capital J. You have me looking at everything in a new light. As a Jewish person from New Jersey I know perfectly well how disgusting the word shiksa is, and I am ashamed of the fact that I have used the word a thousand times myself.

I hope you are sincere about just being against the Jewish extremists and not against every Jew. I do realize that the extremists completely control my community and maybe even yours as well. If they are not exposed they will lead both your people and my people to utter ruin. They are certainly leading the world to hatred and bloodshed. If not for the Iraq War I would not have ever opened up to read your material. It is a war for Israel. Almost anyone of intelligence knows that what you say about the Iraq War as a “war for Israel” is absolutely true. I feel guilty that people who are Jewish leaders are responsible for so much bloodshed, not just for the Iraqis, but for so many Americans as well.

The American people have been really good to me and my family, we are better off here than an any country our people have ever lived in the world. This is true for almost all Jews here. So how do we pay you back. We pay you back by killing or maiming tens-of-thousands of American boys and girls in this illegal, lying war for Israel. How do we pay you back with stereotypical Jewish arrogant bastards like Rabbi Shmuley going to Christian Utah and trying to destroy White Christian communities. I also read the articles about Jews spitting in the faces of Chrisitan clergy, so utterly disgusting.

So, I have said my piece. Peace be with you. I will try to do my part to work against the supremacists among us. Next week I will read Israel Shahak’s book, but you know, as a pretty honest Jewish woman executive and what I already know tells me that I won’t be surprised by anything I read.

My father, who is now 72 years old feels just like I do. He was really shocked when I told him that David Duke led me to the truth about the extremism in Judaism. But, he wisely told me, that sometimes it takes your enemy to reveal your own errors. Dr. Duke, you are no longer my enemy. You have helped me see the truth and that is a precious gift…


Wow, what a letter… and here is another short letter from a Jewish reader of www.davidduke.com.


Although I am Jewish, I totally agree with many of your writings abut Israel controlling the US and the entire war for Iraq is for for the interest of the Israel state.

May god bless you.

It is great to know that even a number of Jews can see what is going on. I wish more of our own people did. Here is the quotes mentioned by Helen on the increasing incidents of Jews spitting on Christian clergy in Israel. I reported on this a couple of months ago, and there are more incidents happening all the time. One can imagine how many such incidents go unreported. Also notice that although these articles appeared in the Jewish media in Israel, there was not the tiniest mention in the American Press. Imagine for one minute the uproar if Jewish rabbis were increasingly being spat at in the face by Christians. Think there would be any news coverage?

Jerusalem: Pious Jews spit on Christians again
Submitted by David Bloom

The Jerusalem Post reports another incident of a pious Jew spitting at Christian clergy or symbols in the Israeli-occupied Old City of Jerusalem.

According to Holocaust survivor Dr. Israel Shahak, in his book Jewish History, Jewish Religion, this practice has ancient roots and has become increasingly commonplace:
Dishonoring Christian religious symbols is an old religious duty in Judaism. Spitting on the cross, and especially on the Crucifix, and spitting when a Jew passes a church, have been obligatory from around AD 200 for pious Jews. In the past, when the danger of anti-Semitic hostility was a real one, the pious Jews were commanded by their rabbis either to spit so that the reason for doing so would be unknown, or to spit onto their chests, not actually on the cross or openly before the church. The increasing strength of the Jewish state has caused these customs to become more open again but there should be no mistake: The spitting on the cross for converts from Christianity to Judaism, organized in Kibbutz Sa’ad and financed by the Israeli government, is a an act of traditional Jewish piety. It does not cease to be barbaric, horrifying and wicked because of this! JPost’s account:

Jew spits at Greek priests in J’lem
Jerusalem Post, Sept. 5

A young religious Jew spat at a procession of Greek Orthodox priests in the Old City of Jerusalem on Monday, police said, in the third such incident in the mixed city in the last year.
The skullcap-wearing assailant, Amitai Shashar, 20, told police that he spat at the procession near the Church of the Holy Sepulcher because he saw the cross that participants in the ceremony were carrying, Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben-Ruby said.
The attacker, an Old City resident, was taken into custody by police officers who were escorting the religious procession.
A Greek Orthodox Church spokesman said that the Jewish extremist had spat in the face of the head of ceremonies, after getting into a heated verbal altercation with the priests at the procession.
Church officials declined to lodge a complaint with police, the church spokesman said.
The assailant was later released on NIS 2,500 bail by a Jerusalem court, and ordered to stay out of the Old City for the next thirty days, except to go to and from his Old City home.
The incident was the third such assault in the Old City in the last year.
Earlier this year, an Armenian priest was attacked by four yeshiva students in the Old City of Jerusalem, an altercation that began when one of the yeshiva students spat on the black-robed priest in front of the Armenian Monastery where he lives.
In a separate incident last year, a yeshiva student spat at a Sunday morning procession of Armenian clergymen in Jerusalem’s Old City and then scuffled with a priest. He later apologized. (JPost, Sept. 5)

According to Amiram Barkat in Ha’aretz on Oct. 12, 2004, the phenomenom is probably underreported by the victims:

Christians in Jerusalem want Jews to stop spitting on them

A few weeks ago, a senior Greek Orthodox clergyman in Israel attended a meeting at a government office in Jerusalem’s Givat Shaul quarter. When he returned to his car, an elderly man wearing a skullcap came and knocked on the window. When the clergyman let the window down, the passerby spat in his face.
The clergyman prefered not to lodge a complaint with the police and told an acquaintance that he was used to being spat at by Jews. Many Jerusalem clergy have been subjected to abuse of this kind. For the most part, they ignore it but sometimes they cannot.
On Sunday, a fracas developed when a yeshiva student spat at the cross being carried by the Armenian Archbishop during a procession near the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City. The archbishop’s 17th-century cross was broken during the brawl and he slapped the yeshiva student.
According to Daniel Rossing, former adviser to the Religious Affairs Ministry on Christian affairs and director of a Jerusalem center for Christian-Jewish dialogue, there has been an increase in the number of such incidents recently, “as part of a general atmosphere of lack of tolerance in the country.”
Rossing says there are certain common characeristics from the point of view of time and location to the incidents. He points to the fact that there are more incidents in areas where Jews and Christians mingle, such as the Jewish and Armenian quarters of the Old City and the Jaffa Gate.
There are an increased number at certain times of year, such as during the Purim holiday. “I know Christians who lock themselves indoors during the entire Purim holiday,” he says.
Former adviser to the mayor on Christian affairs, Shmuel Evyatar, describes the situation as “a huge disgrace.” He says most of the instigators are yeshiva students studying in the Old City who view the Christian religion with disdain.
“I’m sure the phenomenon would end as soon as rabbis and well-known educators denounce it. In practice, rabbis of yeshivas ignore or even encourage it,” he says.
Evyatar says he himself was spat at while walking with a Serbian bishop in the Jewish quarter, near his home. “A group of yeshiva students spat at us and their teacher just stood by and watched.”