Far-Left Haters Get What’s Coming To Them

The recent rally led by progressive Democrat Rashida Tlaib witnessed an ironic and somewhat comical twist when a group of “rabbis” were invited to participate. During the event, which called for a ceasefire, there was an attempt to read from the Torah. However, the selected passage unintentionally highlighted Zionism, the belief in the Jewish right to a homeland in Israel, leading to an awkward situation for the speakers.

The incident was captured in videos shared by Chaya Raichik of the Libs of TikTok account, where the reader audibly lowers their voice upon realizing the content of the passage. The English translation provided to the audience was also notably truncated, with the speaker admitting to skipping significant portions.

This event brings to the forefront several points of discussion. Firstly, the choice of wearing masks by those on stage raises questions. Is this a lingering habit from COVID-19 precautions, or a symbolic gesture? The outdoor setting on a sunny day in November makes the scene appear somewhat peculiar.

More importantly, the rally highlights a complex dilemma faced by progressive Jews who oppose the State of Israel. The foundational texts of Judaism, including the Torah, contain passages that underscore the religious and historical connection of the Jewish people to the land of Israel. Attempts to use Judaism to oppose the Israeli state can lead to contradictions and awkward moments, as seen in the rally.

While people of all religions are free to hold any beliefs regarding Zionism or the State of Israel, using Judaism to oppose Israel can be problematic due to the religion’s intrinsic links to the land. Such efforts often result in selective interpretation or omission of religious texts, undermining the intended message of opposition.

The use of progressive Jews by Tlaib, who is Muslim, at her rally can also be seen as controversial. It raises questions about the appropriation of religious beliefs for political purposes and the selective interpretation of religious texts. The situation would likely be viewed very differently if the roles were reversed, with a Republican Jew leading a rally featuring Muslim Imams selectively reading from the Quran. The outcry of appropriation and bias in such a scenario would be significant, especially from figures like Tlaib.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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2 thoughts on “Far-Left Haters Get What’s Coming To Them”

  1. When Thomas Jefferson was president, the followers of the pedofile “prophet” were called “moslem”. The reason is that the term is opprobrious. It was used because those people were considered pirates, barbarians and outlaws. There is no reason to change the usage. It is still true.
    Seeing the word “muslim” no gripes my gut. There is no reason to praise them with this term.

  2. Every “PRO HAMAS CONGRESSIONAL FIGURE” should be kicked out of the Congress and or Senate, for they are promoting a terrorist group” who not only wants to eradicate Israel but the US as well and I would send their Hamas loving asses to GAZA city for a front row seat into what they are doing not only to the Jewish people but also the Palestinian people!!!!!!!

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