by Rebecca Bynum (March 2009)
On October 7, 2004, a 33 year old Iraqi immigrant, Ahmed Hassan Al-Uqaily was arrested in Nashville after threatening jihad against the Nashville Jewish community and having purchased two disassembled M-16 machine guns, four disassembled hand grenades, and hundreds of rounds of ammunition from an undercover FBI agent. He was sentenced to 57 months in prison and was made to forfeit $38,000 from his bank account which, though he was a recent immigrant and employed by a Krispy Kreme doughnut shop, contained over $43,000. more>>>
Rabbi Shapiro doesn't believe in God, as he is described declaring in the first part of the article. Then in his words quoted at the end, he says that when he meets God in heaven, he doesn't want to be ashamed that the Jewish people have failed to live up to the promise God gave them, the promise, that is, as Shapiro defines it--an excuse for being soft and stupid. He is just using God as a sentimental prop to support his inclination toward dhimmitude. How shameless.
We ae indebted to Rebcca Bynum for this revealing account of what she correctly termed the pathetic psychology of denial so widespread in the American Jewish community, especially among a substantial number of Reform Rabbis who seek to delude themselves and their congregations about what we face in the real world.
From the sound of it, this Rabbi would have been first in the queue to be de-loused at Dachau.