" Thou comest to me with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come to thee in the name of the L-rd of Hosts, the G-d of the armies of Israel, whom thou hast humiliated..." (I Samuel, 17:45-47)

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

More Heresy From "Rabbi" Shlomo Riskin


It seems that the most prominent leaders of "modern-orthodoxy," Haskel Lookstien, Avi Weiss, and Shlomo Riskin, are having a contest to see who can desecrate G-d's name the most. In their own distinct style, each one is leading their followers into the abyss by engaging in one form or another of "interfaith-dialogue." Ironically, all three profess to be students of Rav Soloveitchik, of blessed memory. I can say with 100% certainty that the "Rav" would be tearing kriyah if he saw this. Rav Soloveitchik was always consistent in his stated position that Jews are prohibited from engaging in any form of religious discussion, debate, or dialogue with members of other faith communities. His so-called students are trampling upon their Rebbe's p'sak Halachah.
Shlomo Riskin's love affair with x-tians is absolute madness. It seems that all he does these days is make videos where he fawns all over them. He even sounds like a missionary when he refers to the dead Jew as "rabbi jesus" and uses such ideologically dangerous terms as "branches" (or "grafting" as he did in a previous video) that are laden with x-tian associations. I'll bet the missionaries are having a field day. Videos such as this are surely being translated and distributed by the thousands to misguided Jews, who are now being told by an "orthodox rabbi" that the accursed one (may his bones be crushed to dust!) was also a "rabbi."

It's impossible to remain silent when yahadut is being rolled through the mud by supposed men of Torah. Not only is everything and anything related to "jesus" un-kosher, it is the epitome of chillul Hashem. There is no commonality whatsoever between Judaism and any other faith on earth. Not one iota of commonality exists with a lunatic theology that stole it's basic motifs from the pages of the most ancient pagan books and worships a pagan man-god. There is no common ethic between yahadut and a theology that believes that only by blindly accepting the dead one as a savior can we find salvation. The x-tian faith is a blatant rejection of the Noachide covenant. They are idolaters. Is Riskin such a child that he cannot see through the ruse of these sneaky people, who support Israel solely because they believe the "second coming" is upon us?

May The Almighty grant Jews the wisdom to see these dangerous men for who they are, and the courage and strength to combat them, before they destroy more Jewish souls. The day will come when Shlomo Riskin will have to answer for his original support of the Oslo Accords that resulted in so much Jewish bloodshed. Now he has another sin to answer for. The destruction of untold numbers of Jewish souls, that will surely result from his insane love-fest with the descendants of Edom.

While the Arab Amalekites continue to try to wipe us out, the missionaries are enjoying unprecedented success in their eternal war with the Jewish soul. Tragically, the physical and spiritual enemies of Judaism are being aided by so many representatives of the "modern-orthodox" mixed-multitude, who use their pulpits to help them carry out their insidious plans. With Chief Rabbis such as these, who needs enemies?


  1. I couldn't bring myself to watch all of that pukefest. Rabbi Jesus? Why don't we arrange a fundraiser so we can hire a plastic surgeon to reattach the foreskin on this Jew for Jesus...that's assuming that he had a bris in the first place. Where did he get his Smicha anyway, the Vatican?

  2. He's a sick man who has reached an all time low.
    Its absolute insanity. To my knowledge he received his smicha from Rav Soloveitchik (Riets-YU's program), but so did David Hartman for that matter. Riskin is going to have to answer for a lot of Jewish souls that will be snatched courtesy of videos such as this.

    Great hearing from you,
    Shabbat Shalom.


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