Rabbis Cancel High Holy Days call with Trump over “Racism”—But Back Race-Based Israel

Four major US rabbinical organizations have cancelled their annual “Jewish Holidays” conference call with the President, saying that Donald Trump's remarks on “antifa” violence in Charlottesville supports “racism”—but all of these rabbis fanatically support Israel, which has a racially-based immigration policy and even outlaws marriages between Jews and non-Jews.
Rabbis from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association.
According to an official statement released jointly by the Central Conference of American Rabbis, Rabbinical Assembly, Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association and Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, the Jews have “concluded that President Trump's statements during and after the tragic events in Charlottesville are so lacking in moral leadership and empathy for the victims of racial and religious hatred that we cannot organize such a call this year.”
“We pray that President Trump will recognize and remedy the grave error he has made in abetting the voices of hatred,” the statement continued, adding that they were going to “pray that those who traffic in racism and xenophobia will see that there is no place for such pernicious philosophies in a civilized society.”
It reads in part: “Whereas Israel is the historic, spiritual, and cultural homeland of the Jewish people, and whereas Jewish tradition has continually supported the Land and People of Israel,” it is resolved that  the CCAR “supports all Reform Jewish programs of tourism, and pilgrimages to Israel, “ and calls upon its followers to “deepen their congregations' spiritual, cultural, and historic ties to Zion by encouraging tourism to Israel,” and calls “upon to our  congregations to support UJA, Israel Bonds, The New Israel Fund, ARZA, IRAC, ARZEINU, and KADIMA.”
For its part, the Rabbinical Assembly says on its website that “As a major worldwide denomination firmly committed to Zionism, the Conservative Movement believes in the critical importance of Israel to our national and religious identity.”
The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, in a major policy statement on its website that it is “deeply attached historically and emotionally to both the land of Israel and to the survival of a secure, prospering and democratic Jewish state there” and commits itself to “furthering the dynamic relationship between Diaspora and Israel Jewry, for a satisfying authentic and creative Judaism must also flourish in the Diaspora.”
The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism says on its website that “throughout the Reform Movement's history, in times of peace and in times of strife, we have spoken out in unequivocal and unconditional support of the State of Israel and her people. This support stems from a love of the land and an understanding that the destinies of the Jewish people and of Israel are intertwined in an unbreakable connection.”
There is therefore no doubt that these rabbis who condemn Trump all support Israel.
The Jewish state, however, is without question the most racially-based state on earth. In fact, it is the only such state currently in existence.
Fearful of non-Jews coming to live in Israel—because that county has a Jews-only immigration policy—the Times of Israel reported that “would-be immigrants from former Soviet Union may be asked to prove [their] Jewish bloodline” and will be “subjected to DNA testing to prove their Jewishness.”
In order to get married in Israel, applicants have to prove their Jewishness, and this is sometimes done with DNA testing, a leading rabbi in Israel specializing in the issue told the Haaretz newspaper.
Rabbi Naftali Schreiber, who runs a private office for the clarification of Jewishness called “A People Alone” in Israel, revealed the extent of the “checks” undertaken by the Jewish state to make sure that no Gentiles are allowed to marry Jews in their country.
It then moves on to an interview with Rabbi Schreiber, who is specifically asked “How does one prove Jewishness?”
His answer is as follows:
“We base ourselves on the documentation people provide—part of the profession is to authenticate documents. We have criminological machinery for authenticating documents, and we also carry out a personal inquiry in which we hear their story. We have a way to be in touch with archives abroad, or to refer the applicants themselves to the archives. Sometimes DNA testing is needed, and people agree to that, too.”
In Israel, it is a regular occurrence for Jews to attack Africans. As reported in The Guardian, “Israelis Attack African Migrants During Protest Against Refugees,” May 24, 2012: “Demonstrators have attacked African migrants in Tel Aviv in a protest against refugees and asylum-seekers that indicates an increasingly volatile mood in Israel over what it terms as ‘infiltrators.’
“Miri Regev, a member of the Israeli parliament, told the crowd, ‘the Sudanese are a cancer in our body.’ The vast majority of asylum-seekers in Israel are from Sudan and Eritrea. A car containing Africans was attacked and shops serving the refugee community were looted.”
“At the end, in the State of Israel, as I see it, there will be a fence that spans it all [the country’s borders],” said Netanyahu.
“I’ll be told, ‘this is what you want, to protect the villa?’ The answer is yes. Will we surround all of the State of Israel with fences and barriers? The answer is yes. In the area that we live in, we must defend ourselves against the wild beasts.”
He added that the Israeli government is preparing a multi-year plan to surround all of Israel with fences, and close any last gaps in the huge concrete wall on Israel’s border with the West Bank—even though that wall has already de facto annexed large parts of Palestinian land.
Once again, organized Jewry is blatantly hypocritical. In Israel, they support policies which are designed to ensure Jewish racial purity and the continued existence of a Jews-only state, but in non-Jewish countries they are the first to attack any such policy—and go even further and make up spurious lies against anybody who does not completely follow an anti-white political line.
If the rabbis were truly worried about “racism” they would do well to first look at their own country—Israel—before making up completely false accusations against Trump.