Tuesday, June 23, 2020

It is even ok to kill non-threatening Noahides says Rabbi

Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira is a radical Jew who lives in Israel. He has written a book called "Torat Hamelech" (The King's Torah) in which he details how to deal with Noahides inside the land of Israel. According to Shapira, within the land of Israel, not only is it ok to execute a non-Noahide, but it is also permissible to execute a Noahide ("righteous gentile") who is not responsible for any threatening situation. Now this book deals specifically with Noahides living inside the land of Israel, but we know Rabbi Schneerson himself was pro-force when it came to the Noahide laws (here) and his mission was global, and this article only sets an example of exactly what kind of justice non-Jews could expect globally even if they do follow the Noahide laws. It seems we can't win either way.


Shapira wrote in his book, "When we encounter a gentile who has violated the Seven Laws of Noah and kill him out of concern for upholding the seven mitzvoth, no prohibition has been violated."

According to the rabbi, "Anywhere where the presence of a gentile poses a threat to Israel, it is permissible to kill him, even if it is a righteous gentile [Noahide] who is not responsible for the threatening situation."



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