…by Jonas E. Alexis

The Jewish News Syndicate has recently put out an article entitled, “600 Jewish groups sign full-page ad supporting Black Lives Matter.” It states: “We speak with one voice when we say, unequivocally: Black Lives Matter.”[1]

Who would disagree with that? Who says that black lives don’t matter? Once again, what about other lives? Do they actually matter? And why do the cults and the people who support this movement never come to terms with the fact that the ALL LIVES MATTER? Why do the cults and the people who promote this movement never look at the fundamental issues? Why are they so scared of pursuing the truth and embracing it to the end? Why are they so scared of statistics showing how black lives don’t really matter in places like the South Side of Chicago?

The Jewish News Syndicate, quoting a statement by the cultish groups which support BLM, declared: “When black movements are undermined, it leads to more violence against black people, including black Jews.” Once again, why does this equation only work for one particular group—or one particular movement? Isn’t that inherently racist? And why does that equation only work in certain locations? Why can’t that equation work perfectly well in Israel, where black Jews are being treated like animals?

Listen to this. In 2018—yes, 2018—Israel passed “Jewish-only ‘national self-determination’” law![2] Let us stop and think for a moment. Can you imagine the reaction if some neo-Nazi group happens to start a similar law in America? Wouldn’t Jewish organizations (from the ADL to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency) start screaming and kicking and gyrating all over the media?

Yet racist laws and policies have become routine in Israel and no serious Jewish organization has said a damn thing about it. Migrant workers for example have ended up working “at 25% below the minimum wage, without medical or social benefits, and without any work permit whatsoever.”[3]

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Racism is also ingrained in Israeli schools as well. Listen to a tenth grader:

“For me, personally, Arabs are something I can’t look at and can’t stand, I am tremendously racist. I come from a racist home. If I get the chance in the army to shoot one of them, I won’t think twice. I’m ready to kill someone with my hands, and it’s an Arab.

“In my education I learned that…their education is to be terrorists, and there is no belief in them. I live in an area of Arabs, and every day I see these Ishmaelites, who pass by the [bus] station and whistle. I wish them death.”[4]

You may think that this is a disgruntled and deranged high school kid, and her abiding hatred toward the Palestinians does not represent a significant number of schools in Israel. But you would be wrong. In an article entitled “Israeli Teens Gripped by Virulent Racism,” the Jewish Daily Forward reported in 2014:

“The student’s comments appear in a chapter devoted to ethnicity and racism among youth from a forthcoming book, ‘Scenes from School Life’ (in Hebrew) by Idan Yaron and Yoram Harpaz.

“The book is based on anthropological observations made by Dr. Yaron, a sociologist, over the course of three years in a six-year, secular high school in the Israeli heartland – ‘the most average school we could find,’ says Harpaz, a professor of education.

“The book is nothing short of a page-turner, especially now, following the overt displays of racism and hatred of the Other that have been revealed in the country in the past month or so. Maybe ‘revealed’ isn’t the right word, as it suggests surprise at the intensity of the phenomenon.

“But Yaron’s descriptions of what he saw at the school show that such hatred is a basic everyday element among youth, and a key component of their identity. Yaron portrays the hatred without rose-colored glasses or any attempt to present it as a sign of social ‘unity.’ What he observed is unfiltered hatred.

“One conclusion that arises from the text is how little the education system is able – or wants – to deal with the racism problem.

“Not all educators are indifferent or ineffective. There are, of course, teachers and others in the realm of education who adopt a different approach, who dare to try and take on the system. But they are a minority. The system’s internal logic operates differently.

“Much of the chapter on racism revolves around the Bible lessons in a ninth-grade class, whose theme was revenge. ‘The class starts, and the students’ suggestions of examples of revenge are written on the blackboard,’ the teacher told Yaron. A student named Yoav ‘insists that revenge is an important emotion.

“He utilizes the material being studied to hammer home his semi-covert message: ‘all the Arabs should be killed. The class goes into an uproar. Five students agree with Yoav and say openly: the Arabs should be killed.’

“One student relates that he heard in the synagogue on Shabbat that ‘Aravim Zeh Erev Rav’ [‘Arabs are rabble,’ in a play on words], and also Amalek, and there is a commandment to kill them all,’ a reference to the prototypical biblical enemy of the children of Israel. Another student says he would take revenge on anyone who murdered his family, but would not kill them all.”[5]

This is not surprising, for we have seen similar incidents in history.[6] In fact, Talmudic ideology always views the Goyim as the enemy to be conquered and slaughtered. It is the way that the Khazarian cult works, and it is essentially racist and diabolical. But again who is protesting against this? The ADL?

In any event, what are the cults that are now supporting BLM? Here they are:

American Conference of Cantors

American Jewish World Service (AJWS)

Americans for Peace Now

Ansche Chesed

Anti-Defamation League

Anti-Zionist Shabbat

Aquarian Minyan

Arizona Jews 4 Justice

Atlanta Jewish Music Festival

Augusta Jewish Federation

Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center

Avodah

Aytzim: Ecological Judaism

B’nai B’rith Colorado

B’nai Israel Congregation

B’nai Jeshurun

B’nai Shalom Day School

B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation

B’nai Adath Kol Beth Yisrael

B’nai Portland Congregation

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Be’chol Lashon

Beacon Hebrew Alliance

Beis Community

Beit Ahavah Reform Synagogue of Greater Northampton

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Atlanta

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Austin

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Bay Area

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Champaign Urbana

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Cincinnatti

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Cleveland

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Denver

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Greater Ann Arbor

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Houston

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Jacksonville

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Long Island

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Louisville

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Memphis

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Milwaukee

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action New Mexico

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action New Orleans

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Pittsburgh

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Portland

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Prince George’s County

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Riverdale

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action San Diego

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action San Luis Obispo

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Seattle

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action South Bay

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action South Florida

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Southeastern PA

Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Southern California

Bet Chaverim (Columbia, MD)

Bet Shalom Congregation

Beth Am Synagogue (Baltimore, MD)

Beth Chaim Congregation

Beth El (Bethesda, MD)

Beth El Congregation (Baltimore, MD)

Beth Emet the Free Synagogue

Beth Israel Congregation (Ann Arbor, MI)

Beth Meyer Synagogue

Bethesda Jewish Congregation

Bolton Street Synagogue

Boston Workers Circle Center for Jewish Culture and Social Justice

Building Jewish Bridges

Burbank Temple Emanuel El

California Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

Cambridge Minyan

Camp Tawonga

Cantors Assembly

Carolina Jews for Justice

CDEEP

Center for Jewish Nonviolence

Center Square Minyan

Central Conference of American Rabbis

Central Reform Congregation

ChaiVillageLA

Challah for Hunger

Charleston Jewish Family Services

Chicago Jewish Labor Committee

Chicago T’ruah Cluster

Chizuk Amuno Congregation & Schools

Chochmat HaLev

Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life

Coastside Jewish Community (San Francisco Bay Area)

Community Shul of Montecito and Santa Barbara

Congregation Agudath Achim

Congregation Agudath Israel

Congregation Anshe Tikvah

Congregation B’nai Israel (Basking Ridge, NJ)

Congregation B’nai Torah

Congregation B’nai Yisrael

Congregation Beit Simchat Torah

Congregation Bet Haverim (Atlanta, GA)

Congregation Bet Haverim (Davis, CA)

Congregation Beth Am

Congregation Beth David

Congregation Beth El (Norwalk, CT)

Congregation Beth El of South Orange, NJ

Congregation Beth El of the Sudbury River Valley

Congregation Beth HaTephila (Asheville, NC)

Congregation Beth Hatikvah (Summit, NJ)

Congregation Beth Israel (Fayetteville, NC)

Congregation Beth Israel (Skokie, IL)

Congregation Beth Israel (Worcester, MA)

Congregation Beth Israel Judea (San Francisco, CA)

Congregation Beth Shalom (Bloomington, IN)

Congregation Beth Shalom (DeKalb, IL)

Congregation Beth Shalom (Overland Park, KS)

Congregation Beth Shalom (Pittsburgh, PA)

Congregation Beth Shalom (Seattle, WA)

Congregation Beth Sholom (Providence, RI)

Congregation Brith Sholom (Bethlehem, PA)

Congregation Dor Hadash (San Diego, CA)

Congregation Dorshei Tzedek

Congregation Eitz Chayim (Cambridge, MA)

Congregation Emanu-El B’ne Jeshurun

Congregation Emanu-El of San Francisco

Congregation Har Shalom (Potomac, MD)

Congregation Kerem Shalom (Concord, MA)

Congregation Kol Ami (Elkins Park, PA)

Congregation Kol Ami (Elmira, NY)

Congregation Kol Ami (Kansas City)

Congregation Kol Ami (Spark)

Congregation Kol Ami (West Hollywood, CA)

Congregation Kol Shofar

Congregation M’kor Hayim

Congregation Mishkan Israel

Congregation Nahalat Shalom

Congregation Ner Shalom

Congregation Netivot Shalom

Congregation Neve Shalom

Congregation Nevei Kodesh

Congregation Or Atid of Wayland, MA

Congregation P’nai Or of West Hartford

Congregation Rodef Shalom (Denver, CO)

Congregation Rodef Sholom

Congregation Sha’ar Zahav

Congregation Shaare Emeth (St. Louis, MO)

Congregation Shaarei Shamayim

Congregation Shaarei Shamayim

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Congregation Shaarie Torah

Congregation Shir Tikvah (Portland)

Congregation Shomrei Torah

Congregation Tifereth Israel

Conservative Synagogue of the Hamptons

Cuba America Jewish Mission

Cultural Leadership

Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action

Democratic Jewish Outreach PA

Detroit Jews for Justice

Dorot Fellowship in Israel

East Bank Havurah

East Side Jews Activist Collective

Edot Midwest Regional Jewish Diversity Collaborative

Ekar Farm

Elon University Hillel

Etgar 36

Fabrangen Havurah

Fabrangen West

Fig Tree

Flatbush Jewish Center

Footsteps

Fort Tryon Jewish Center

FreelanceJudaism

GatherDC

Germantown Jewish Centre

Goucher College Hillel

Greater Cincinnati Board of Rabbis

Greenwich Reform Synagogue

GrowTorah

Habonim Dror Camp Galil

Habonim Dror Camp Gilboa

Habonim Dror Camp Moshava

Habonim Dror Camp Tavor

Habonim Dror North America

Hadar Institute

Hadassah Foundation

Hamakom

Hashomer Hatzair North America

Hashomer Hatzair USA

Havurah Shalom (Portland, OR)

Havurat Shalom (Andover, MA)

Hazon

Hebrew College

Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor

Hebrew Seminary

HIAS

Highland Park Minyan (Highland Park, NJ)

Hill Havurah

Hinenu: The Baltimore Justice Shtiebl

Howard County Board of Rabbis

IfNotNow

IKAR

Illinois Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC-IL)

Independent Jewish Voices (Canada)

Institute for Jewish Spirituality

Interfaith Action for Human Rights

Interfaith Families Project of Greater Washington

Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue

Isaac M.Wise Temple (Cincinnati, OH)

J Street

JAM: Jewish Action Maine

JCC Harlem

JCFS Chicago

JCRC of Southern New Jersey

JCRC/AJC of Detroit

Jewfolk, Inc.

Jewish Action NorCal

Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action

Jewish Asylum Seekers Initiative (JASI)

Jewish Bridge Project of New Mexico

Jewish Bundist Diaspora Movement

Jewish Center of Indian Country

Jewish Chaplain, Federal Prisons of Southern Ontario

Jewish Climate Action Network-MA

Jewish Coalition for Immigrant Justice NW

Jewish Collaborative of San Diego

Jewish Communal Leadership Program, University of Michigan

Jewish Community Action

Jewish Community Alliance of Northeastern Pennsylvania

Jewish Community Board of Akron

Jewish Community Center of Greater Ann Arbor

Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund (San Francisco, CA)

Jewish Community Federation of the Mohawk Valley

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix

Jewish Community of Greater Stowe

Jewish Community of Louisville, Inc.

Jewish Community Relations Bureau|AJC

Jewish Community Relations Council (San Francisco)

Jewish Community Relations Council Howard County MD

Jewish Community Relations Council of Cincinnati

Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston

Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Charleston

Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Phoenix

Jewish Community Relations Council of Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley

Jewish Community Relations Council of St. Louis

Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Asheville Area

Jewish Community School, Elmira, NY

Jewish Council for Public Affairs

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs

Jewish Democratic Council of America

Jewish Democratic Women’s Salon, Atlanta (JDWS)

Jewish Educational Alliance

Jewish Family & Career Services of Louisville

Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay

Jewish Family Service of Metrowest MA

Jewish Family Service of Seattle

Jewish Family Service of Western MA

Jewish Family Services of Greater Kansas City

Jewish Family Services of St. Louis

Jewish Farmer Network

Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor

Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven

Jewish Federation of Oxford, Mississippi

Jewish Film Institute

Jewish Gateways

Jewish Initiative for Animals

Jewish Institute for Lifelong Learning & Innovation

Jewish Labor Committee

Jewish Law Student Association (JLSA), CUNY School of Law

Jewish LearningWorks

Jewish Liberation Theology Institute

Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation (Evanston, IL)

Jewish Sacred Aging®

Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA)

Jewish Studio Project

Jewish Study Center

Jewish Veg

Jewish Voice for Peace

Jewish Voice for Peace — Albany, NY

Jewish Voice for Peace — Atlanta

Jewish Voice for Peace — Bay Area

Jewish Voice for Peace — BIJOCSM Network

Jewish Voice for Peace — Boston

Jewish Voice for Peace — DC Metro

Jewish Voice for Peace — Denver/Boulder

Jewish Voice for Peace — Hudson Valley

Jewish Voice for Peace — Las Vegas

Jewish Voice for Peace — Los Angeles

Jewish Voice for Peace — Milwaukee

Jewish Voice for Peace — New Haven

Jewish Voice for Peace — Northern New Jersey

Jewish Voice for Peace — PSU

Jewish Voice for Peace — San Antonio

Jewish Voice for Peace — San Diego

Jewish Voice for Peace — Tucson

Jewish Voice for Peace — Twin Cities

Jewish Voice for Peace — Western MA

Jewish Voice for Peace Rabbinic Council

Jewish Women’s Archive

Jewish Women’s Foundation of Greater Pittsburgh

Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York

Jewish World Watch

Jewish Youth for Community Action

Jews for Racial & Economic Justice

Jews in ALL Hues

Jews of Color Sanctuary

Jews of the Earth

Jews United for Justice

Jewtina y Co.

jGirls Magazine

JGS Lifecare

JLens Investor Network

JOIN for Justice

Joyous Justice

Judaism Your Way

Jumpstart Labs

JWI

Kadima Reconstructionist Community

KAM Isaiah Israel

Kane Street Synagogue

Kanfot Ha’aretz

Kavana

Kavod

Keeping It Sacred

Kehilat Chaverim (Greater Hartford, CT)

Kehilla Community Synagogue

Kesher Pittsburgh

Keshet

Khazbar.org: A Distinct Identity

Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute

Kol HaEmek, Mendocino County Inland Jewish Community

Kol Hai

Kol HaLev

Kol Rinah (Sacramento, CA)

Kol Shalom

Kol Tzedek Synagogue, West Philadelphia

Kolektiv Goluboy Vagon

Kolot Chayeinu / Voices of Our Lives

Lab/Shul

Lander~Grinspoon Academy

Larchmont Temple

Lehigh University Office Of Jewish Student Life

Leo Baeck Temple

Let My People Sing

Lighthouse Kosher

Lilith Magazine

Linke Fligl

Lo Taamod: Orthodox Jews Against White Supremacy

Ma’yan Tikvah

Macalester Jewish Organization

Main Line Reform Temple (Wynnewood, PA)

Makom Solel Lakeside

MAKOMnj

Malkhut: Progressive Jewish Spirituality in Queens

MAOR/Montana Association Of Rabbis

Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan

Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center

Massachusetts Board of Rabbis

Matanot Lev | Gifts of the Heart

MaTovu

Mayim Rabim Congregation

MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger

Mending Minyan New Haven

Mendocino Coast Jewish Community Justice Group

Metro Chicago Hillel

Michigan Democratic Jewish Caucus

Minyan Oneg Shabbat, Washington DC

Minyan Segulah

Minyan Shaleym

Mishkan Chicago

Mishkan Shalom

Mitsui Collective

Mitzvah Matzos

Mixed Operations

Mizpah Congregation

Mount Zion Temple (St. Paul, Minnesota)

Moving Traditions

MyFamilyRabbi.com

Nahalat Shalom

Nashville Jewish Social Justice Roundtable

Nashville Jews for Justice

Nashville Jews for Social Justice Facebook Group

National Association of Jewish Legislators

National Council of Jewish Women

National Council of Jewish Women — Arizona

National Council of Jewish Women — Bergen County

National Council of Jewish Women — CA

National Council of Jewish Women — Chicago North Shore

National Council of Jewish Women — Cleveland

National Council of Jewish Women — Colorado

National Council of Jewish Women — Columbus

National Council of Jewish Women — Contra Costa

National Council of Jewish Women — Essex

National Council of Jewish Women — Florida

National Council of Jewish Women — Greater Dallas

National Council of Jewish Women — Greater Houston

National Council of Jewish Women — Greater Long Beach & West Orange County

National Council of Jewish Women — Greater Miami

National Council of Jewish Women — Greater New Orleans

National Council of Jewish Women — Greater Philadelphia

National Council of Jewish Women — Greater Rochester

National Council of Jewish Women — Indianapolis

National Council of Jewish Women — Jersey Hills

National Council of Jewish Women — Kendall

National Council of Jewish Women — Los Angeles

National Council of Jewish Women — Louisville

National Council of Jewish Women — Maine

National Council of Jewish Women — Michigan

National Council of Jewish Women — Milwaukee

National Council of Jewish Women — Minnesota

National Council of Jewish Women — Nashville

National Council of Jewish Women — New Bedford

National Council of Jewish Women — New York

National Council of Jewish Women — Palm Beach

National Council of Jewish Women — Pittsburgh

National Council of Jewish Women — Sacramento

National Council of Jewish Women — Saddleback

National Council of Jewish Women — San Antonio

National Council of Jewish Women — San Francisco

National Council of Jewish Women — Sarasota-Manatee

National Council of Jewish Women — SE Atlantic

National Council of Jewish Women — South Cook

National Council of Jewish Women — South Shore

National Council of Jewish Women — St. Louis

National Council of Jewish Women — Texas

National Council of Jewish Women — Utah

National Havurah Committee

Nefesh

Nehar Shalom Community Synagogue

Neohasid.org

Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies, Inc.

Neve Shalom

Never Again Action

Never Again Action — Los Angeles

New England Jewish Labor Committee

New Israel Fund

New Synagogue Project

Nice Jewish Boys SF

Nishmat Shoom

NotFreeToDesist.org

O’ahu Jewish ‘Ohana

Oak Park Temple B’nai Abraham Zion

OHALAH

Ohavay Zion Synagogue

Oheb Shalom Congregation (South Orange, NJ)

Open Dor Foundation, Inc.

Open Hillel/Judaism On Our Own Terms

Open Temple

Or Emet, Minnesota Congregation for Humanistic Judaism

Or Hamidbar

Or Shalom Jewish Community

Or Tzafo

Oseh Shalom

P’nai Or of Portland

Pacific Northwest Jewish Network for Collective Liberation

Park Slope Jewish Center

Pearlstone Center

Pomegranate Initiative

Portland’s UnShul

Project Kesher

Project Shema

Rabbi Without Walls — Pittsburgh

Rabbinical Assembly

RAPHA, The Center for Healing and Spirituality

Realize Paradise

Reconstructing Judaism

Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

Religion Outside The Box

Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

Repair the World

Rimonim Liturgy Project

Rise Up

Riverdale Temple

Rockwern Academy

Rodef Shalom Congregation

Rodfei Tzedek, social justice team of Congregation Rodef Shalom

Romemu

Ruach HaYam

Sacred Monsters Havurah

SAJ-Judaism that Stands for All

Savannah Jewish Federation

Secular Synagogue

Seeds of Wonder Journey School (Roswell, GA)

Shaare Tefila Congregation

Shaare Torah Congregation (Gaithersburg, MD)

Shalom Bayit

Shamayim: Jewish Animal Advocacy

Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community

Shir Tikvah, Minneapolis

Shirat HaNefesh (Chevy Chase, MD)

Shomeret Shalom Global Congregation

Shtibl Minyan

Silverlake Independent Jewish Community Center

Silverstein Base Hillel

Sinai Temple (Springfield, MA)

Sixth & I

Society for Humanistic Judaism

Sutton Place Synagogue

SVARA: A Traditionally Radical Yeshiva

Synagogue Village Network

T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

Taproot

Temple Adas Shalom

Temple Adath Israel

Temple B’nai Brith (Somerville, MA)

Temple Bat Yam of East Fort Lauderdale

Temple Beth Abraham

Temple Beth Am (Pinecrest, FL)

Temple Beth Am (Seattle, WA)

Temple Beth Ami

Temple Beth David (Cheshire, CT)

Temple Beth David of the South Shore

Temple Beth El (Aptos, CA)

Temple Beth El (Fall River, MA)

Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

Temple Beth Emeth

Temple Beth Emunah

Temple Beth Hillel

Temple Beth Israel (Eugene, OR)

Temple Beth Israel (Skokie, IL)

Temple Beth Israel (Waltham, MA)

Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock

Temple Beth Jacob

Temple Beth Or (Everett, WA)

Temple Beth Shalom (Needham, MA)

Temple Beth Tefilloh

Temple Beth Zion (TBZ), (Brookline, MA)

Temple Beth-El (Jersey City)

Temple Covenant of Peace

Temple Emanu-El (Birmingham, AL)

Temple Emanu-El (Edison, NJ)

Temple Emanuel (Kensington, MD)

Temple Emanuel (Newton, MA)

Temple Emanuel of Tempe

Temple Emanuel Sinai (Worcester, MA)

Temple Emek Shalom

Temple Emeth (Teaneck, NJ)

Temple Etz Chaim (Franklin, MA)

Temple Hillel B’nai Torah

Temple Isaiah (Lexington, MA)

Temple Israel (Albany, NY)

Temple Israel (Columbus, OH)

Temple Israel (Greenfield, MA)

Temple Israel (Minneapolis, MN)

Temple Israel (Sharon, MA)

Temple Israel of Boston

Temple Israel of Catskill

Temple Israel of Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA)

Temple Judea

Temple Kehillat Chaim

Temple Kol Tikvah of Lake Norman

Temple Menorah Keneseth Chai

Temple Micah (Washington, DC)

Temple Ohabei Shalom

Temple Ohav Shalom

Temple Reyim

Temple Rodef Shalom

Temple Shalom (Chevy Chase, MD)

Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel

Temple Shir Tikva (Portland, OR)

Temple Shir Tikvah (Wayland, MA)

Temple Shir Tikvah (Winchester, MA)

Temple Sholom (Broomall, PA)

Temple Sholom (Cincinatti, OH)

Temple Sholom of Chicago

Temple Sinai (Atlanta, GA)

Temple Sinai (Brookline, MA)

Temple Sinai (Saratoga Springs, NY)

Temple Sinai (Stamford, CT)

Temple Sinai (Washington, DC)

Temple Solel (Scottsdale, AZ)

The Alberta Shul

The Aquarian Minyan

The Awakened Heart Project

The Board of Rabbis of Greater Rhode Island

The Center for Jewish Studies at UNC Asheville

The Contemporary Jewish Museum

The Den Collective

The Jewish Center and Federation of the Twin Tiers

The Jewish Education Project

The Jewish Federation of Reading/Berks

The Kirva Institute — Inside Out Wisdom and Action

The Kitchen

The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center

The Shefa School

The Shul of New York

The Soul Center

The Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity

The Temple

The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah

The Tribe (Miami)

The Wilton (CT) Jewish Center

The Wisdom School & Temple of SOPHIA

The Workers Circle

The Workers Circle of No. CA (Branch 1054)

Tiferet, a Jewish Spirituality Project

Tikkun Chant Circle

Tikkun Leil Shabbat

Tikkun Olam Women’s Foundation

Tikkun4Change

Tikvat Israel

TischPDX

Tivnu: Building Justice

Torah of Awakening

Torah Trumps Hate

Tree of Life Congregation

Tucson Jews for Justice

Tzedakah Songs

Tzedek Chicago

Tzedek DC

Union for Reform Judaism

United Jewish People’s Order — Canada

United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

Unorthodox Celebrations

Urban Adamah

Uri L’Tzedek

Washington Hebrew Congregation

Westchester Jewish Council

Wilderness Torah

Women’s Rabbinic Network

Wominyan

Woodstock Jewish Congregation

YAFFED

Yashrut

Yavneh: A Jewish Renewal Community

Yesod Farm+Kitchen

Young Democrats of America Jewish Caucus

Zioness Movement


  • [1] “600-plus Jewish groups sign full-page ad supporting Black Lives Matter,” Jewish News Syndicate, August 28, 2020.
  • [2] “Israel passes Jewish-only ‘national self-determination’ law despite outcry,” Russia Today, July 19, 2018; see also “Israel passes ‘Nation State’ law enshrining Jewish supremacy,” Middle East Eye, July 19, 2018.
  • [3] David Bedein, “Who Wants Israeli Migrant Workers to Remain in Horrid Conditions?,” Algemeiner, January 15, 2014.
  • [4] Or Kashti, “Israeli Teens Gripped by Virulent Racism,” Jewish Daily Forward, August 23, 2014.
  • [5] Ibid.
  • [6] For historical studies on similar issues, see Israel Jacob Yuval, Two Nations in Your Womb: Perceptions of Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006); Elliott Horowitz, Reckless Rites: Purim and the Legacy of Jewish Violence (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006); Ruth Langer, Cursing the Christians?: A History of the Birkat HaMinim (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011); Rodney Stark, The Rise of Christianity: A Sociologist Reconsiders History (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996).

Biography
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He is currently working on a book tentatively titled, Kevin MacDonald’s Abject Failure: A Philosophical and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and White Identity. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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5 COMMENTS

  1. BTW, I see these Jewish groups as cults too, but I’m not qualified to judge their motives. If they stand against racism I will take that support on its face and commend them for their stance. It’s more than my own hypocritical white Evangelical tribe is willing to do.

  2. Jonas, I know you’re committed to “conservative principles” and that you want to see a sense of personal responsibility among your own people. But how far do you want to push this logic?

    Black Lives Matter never meant to imply that other lives don’t matter. It was just that so many black males were being targeted for death by US cops. You know what they were thinking–that they were doing the taxpayers a favor, saving them all this money over people who deserved to be behind bars whether they did or not. (Ergo, their real motive must be racism). Do you see them treating white protestors armed to the teeth and threatening people the same way? If black people acted like that they’d be dead in a New York minute.

    You’re right about the leader being married to a Zionist Jew. You’re right about how it’s the Israelis who trained these cops to be this way (as if they weren’t racist enough). It doesn’t matter. To the average black American out there, they were the ones being targeted for death. Maybe she should have coined the phrase, “Our Lives Matter Too!”

    I think you’re falling into the same trap so many other Americans are in this sophisticated Israeli psy op. They’re playing on the average American’s frustration with black people being too loud, too brash, too obsessed with rap and the rage behind it, or whatever their beef is. But none of those things are crimes. Certainly not capital crimes that warrant cops becoming judge, jury and executioner.

  3. My former US college students of African descent opened up to me about how ”they”’ ruined the black neighborhoods… to allow pawnshops, liquor stores and drugs/racketeering/shark loan traffic into black neighborhoods… brainwashing the locals with their BS, brainwashing them with the lies of brotherhood, of hate for whites… in many instances, these pawn shop khazar owners were giving orders to the locals to ‘find’ items of value for which the locals were promised a good compensation, often with drugs and alcohol…. Whatever ”they” touch – Chicago, for instance, all gets emptied and into ruins, both financially and spiritually.

  4. I think these groups do what they are told to do by somebody. Blowing up the Fukushima facility then setting up the ever-so-aimless impulsively destructive Antifa is consistent. Less wisdom than a boulder rolling down hill. A PAID boulder.

  5. Support black lives matter? they owned most of the slave ships, ran the slave trade, owned many of the large plantations and ran the cotton trade. Evil they are. We need to flush the toilet and remove them and the politicians who are in their pocket, and send them down the drain. two for one flush.

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