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Jewish lore states that when the Jews invaded the land of Canaan, many of the Canaanites accepted the Noahide laws, yet they were still driven from the land or taxed (here & here). Earlier, I reported on Yitzhak Shapira and Yosef Elitsur who wrote a book called "The King's Torah" in which they not only suggested killing non-Noahides in Israel, but they also made it clear it is even ok to kill even faithful Noahides who were not guilty of any crime (here). Well the two rabbis were taken to court on hate charges... but guess what... they were exonerated.
According to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, the two rabbis defended themselves during the investigation by saying their book explicitly states "the killing of a gentile is forbidden by Torah". But they then appeared to qualify this by adding "the text indicates that harm can only be brought to a person who does not uphold the seven laws of Noah, and such harm can only come about in certain circumstances."
No charges on 'racist' King's Torah text
Wednesday 30 May 2012 07:00