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Kim są polscy narodowcy?

Sunday, November 8, 2015
Profesor Chodakiewicz i naukowcy Jolanta i Wojciech Muszyńscy postulują by narodowcy odrzucili antyżydowskie postawy, oraz przestali nosić ubrania z demobilu, dresy i w kolorze czarnym i zapuścili długie włosy. >>more...

Polish Ntionalists: Who are they? POland for the Poles

Saturday, November 7, 2015
Profesor Chodakiewicz i naukowcy Jolanta i Wojciech Muszyńscy postulują by narodowcy odrzucili antyżydowskie postawy, oraz przestali nosić ubrania z demobilu, dresy i w kolorze czarnym i zapuścili długie włosy. >>more...

A must study books for Polish-Jewish relations.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015
The essence of the anti-Semitism in answer to Fr. Szczerbinski’s article “Anti-Semitism in Poland from non-Jewish prospective* ( There are innumerable writing on the subject). >>more...

The Politics of Polish Jewry 1935-1939 (Monographs of the Hebrew Union College) (Hardcover)

Saturday, October 24, 2015
The author surveys Polish-Jewish relations in pre-WWII Poland that had following the death of Jozef Pilsudski (1935-1939). Compared with most other Jewish authors, Emanuel Melzer is non-strident in his manner of expression, and he often presents both sides of the picture. However, he omits important facts, and I mention some of them, below, for the benefit of the reader. >>more...

A Disappointingly-Brief Talmud Apologetic -tocover real content

Tuesday, October 20, 2015
This short (15-page) pamphlet was written in 1934 by Talmudic scholar Joseph Shapotshnick, who was President of the Rabbinical Association in England. The author called attention to the way that Adolf Hitler and Alfred Rosenberg were vilifying the Jewish people. (p. 3).
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15-Year-Old Outdated Content. Very One-Sided Book. Crucial Information Omitted :Jedwabne massacre

Saturday, October 17, 2015
Readers, save your time. Contrary to media hype, this book is of little value. It is a translation of materials written way back in 2000-2001—with a few slightly more recent, all of which had been published in the 2004 Polish-language book, MY Z JEDWABNEGO. The authors have repackaged decades-old text, and essentially presented it to the unsuspecting English-speaking reader as something new and dramatic. >>more...

he Course of the Holocaust

Sunday, October 11, 2015
This review is based on the 1982 edition. This book traces the Holocaust from early anti-Jewish teachings, the emergence of racial anti-Semitism, the rise of Nazi ideology, the decision to murder the Jews, the implementation of the Holocaust, rescue attempts, Jewish resistance, theological and philosophical implications, etc. Bauer soundly repudiates any notion of the German death camps being erected in German-occupied Poland because of the presumed anti-Semitism of the local population (p. 210). It was simply a matter of practicality. >>more...

polonofobia in art

Sunday, September 20, 2015
Historical accuracy for the classroom? Forget it! Art Spiegelman makes no effort to correct the falsifications of history in MAUS in this METAMAUS volume. Instead, Spiegelman advances the following lame exculpations for his anti-Polish bigotry:

MAUS IS ONLY SEMI-FICTION AND BIOGRAPHY >>more...

Jews can be farmers

Thursday, September 17, 2015
A classic of rabbinic literature. -- Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey R. Woolf, Senior Lecturer in Talmud at Bar Ilan University<br /><br />A classic of rabbinic literature. --Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey R. Woolf, Senior Lecturer in Talmud at Bar Ilan University<br /><br />Continues to speak to the 21st century student. -- Rabbi Shalom Carmy, Noted Jewish Thinker and Assistant Professor of Bible and Jewish Philosophy at Yeshiva University<br /><br />Continues to speak to the 21st century student. --Rabbi Shalom Carmy, Noted Jewish Thinker and Assistant Professor of Bible and Jewish Philosophy at Yeshiva University<br /><br />I found that this book gave my students a broad understanding of the development of early rabbinic literature. -- Rabbi Dr. Elazar Hurvitz, Professor of Biblical and Talmudic Literature at Yeshiva University<br /><br />I found that this book gave my students a broad understanding of the development of early rabbinic literature. --Rabbi Dr. Elazar Hurvitz, Professor of Biblical and Talmudic Literature at Yeshiva University

Continues to speak to the 21st century student. --Rabbi Shalom Carmy, Noted Jewish Thinker and Assistant Professor of Bible and Jewish Philosophy at Yeshiva University

A classic of rabbinic literature. --Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey R. Woolf, Senior Lecturer in Talmud at Bar Ilan University >>more...

Jews and tax evasion

Thursday, September 17, 2015
The author identifies himself as Jewish. (p. x). His work consists of many details on the Jewish provisions, in rabbinical literature, dealing with gentiles.

JEWISH UNIVERSALISM: GENTILES WELCOMED INTO THE TEMPLE

Gentiles had access to the Temple, though it was limited, (quote) The two relevant meanings for our purposes are the Temple as YHWH’s residence and the Temple as the Israelites’ ethnic shrine. (unquote). (p. 303). Though author Gary Porton does not put it this way, this situation reflects the ambivalence of YHWH as a Jewish tribal Deity, and YHWH as the God of all peoples. [This corresponds to Polish scholar Feliks Koneczny’s idea of Judaism consisting of both monolatry and monotheism. >>more...
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