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'Jewish law prevents opening mass graves' debunked

Postby Hannover » 8 years 10 months ago (Thu Apr 14, 2011 3:35 pm)

The pathetic, but all too convenient excuse that Jewish burial laws prevent opening of alleged 'mass graves' is shot down here.
From part 5 of the thread:
'latest big deal effort to combat “denial” is demolished'
original source:
The latest effort to combat “denial”, i.e., Holocaust Revisionism (part V)
http://www.revblog.codoh.com/2011/03/th ... sm-part-v/

We have this damning information.

Jewish burial laws/concerns? Not true either: In 2010 a whole area of the former Sachsenhausen sub-camp Lieberose near Jamlitz was dug up, looking for the graves of 753 Jews allegedly murdered there. A Rabbi was present, giving his blessings to the excavations. The whole site was turned upside-down, no regards for any burial laws, but nothing found.[19] This shows that when it is expected that the diggings will be successful, graves found, Jewish laws are bypassed, the law only enforced in places were it is known that no graves exist.

Be sure to read parts 1-4 as well.

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Re: 'Jewish law prevents opening mass graves' debunked

Postby Cloud » 8 years 10 months ago (Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:50 pm)

I always wondered why after 65 years the international Jewish community displayed such little enthusiasm for exhuming these so called mass graves, especially the ones alleged to have existed at the AR camps. Yet, they went into such a frenzy when the Auschwitz sign was stolen and marshaled all their forces to get it back.

Here is an interesting passage from Israel Shahak's Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel:

Many non- Haredi rabbis allow an organ of a non- Jew to be transplanted
into a body of a Jew in order to save the life of the Jew. They, however,
oppose the transplant of an organ from a Jew into the body of a non- Jew.
Some important rabbis go much further in discussing and ruling about
differences between Jews and non- Jews on medical matters. Rabbi Yitzhak
Ginsburgh, an influential member of the Habad movement and the head of
a yeshiva near Nablus, for instance, opined in an April 26, 1996 Jewish
Week article, reproduced in Haaretz that same day: "If every single cell in a
Jewish body entails divinity, and is thus part of God, then every strand of
DNA is a part of God. Therefore, something is special about Jewish DNA."

Rabbi Ginsburgh drew two conclusions from this statement: "If a Jew needs
a liver, can he take the liver of an innocent non- Jew to save him? The
Torah would probably permit that. Jewish life has an infinite value. There
is something more holy and unique about Jewish life than about non-
Jewish life.
" It is noteworthy that Rabbi Ginsburgh is one of the authors of
a book lauding Baruch Goldstein, the Patriarchs' Cave murderer. In that
book Ginsburgh contributed a chapter in which he wrote that a Jew's killing
non- Jews does not constitute murder according to the Jewish religion and
that killing of innocent Arabs for reasons of revenge is a Jewish virtue. No
influential Israeli rabbi has publicly opposed Ginsburgh's statements; most
Israeli politicians have remained silent; some Israeli politicians have openly
supported him.

Now, if we are to believe what is stated in red, surely the bones, ash, and remains of the Jews "slaughtered" at the AR camps have "infinite value" also? And yet, they do not demand these "mass graves" to be opened up. Curiouser and curiouser...

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Re: 'Jewish law prevents opening mass graves' debunked

Postby HelenChicago » 8 years 10 months ago (Fri Apr 15, 2011 10:37 am)

Many of these "mass graves" can't be unearthed because memorials have been build directly over them. Like these ones at the site of Treblinka's alleged mass cremation and burial pits:



There are others. Coincidentally, they began springing up shortly after that Australian fellow Krege announced plans to drag a ground-penetrating radar device over the areas where mass burials were supposed to have taken place. (Whatever happened to that guy?)


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