The Diary Of Hagar, Slave-girl to Sarah and the Mother of Ishmael

I have just been sold to a new mistress. I already don’t like her. She reeks of perfume and does nothing but stand in front of the mirror, piling up her hair and adorning herself with jewels. My first task today has been to pluck out the hair from her armpits with a tweezers. That was rather interesting – to put it mildly.

Her husband is an old man. Well, she is old too, but she tries to hide it. She must be at least sixty or seventy, although she says she is twenty-one. Anyway, her husband is always wandering around in the desert and then coming back and saying that God told them to do something or other. Today he came back and said that God had commanded for Sarai to make him roasted lamb with fresh honey. My mistress threw a fit over that. She said that God had never commanded such a thing and that her husband had just made it up. Abram declared that it was not so and said something about handing her over to the Egyptian men again if she didn’t do it. Sarai glared at him something awful when he said that. He didn’t pay attention and left. She began preparing the meal, while throwing things around and muttering, “Oh, yes, yes, dear. I am just your sister, not your wife. I will let the Egyptian men take me so that you can save your miserable hide. Damn you!” Then she turned around and saw me. “Well, what are you standing here for?” she demanded. “Get your ass over here and help me make his damned meal!” I obeyed and said nothing, but couldn’t help thinking of how bad her perfume mixed with body-odor smelled.


Abram and Sarai got into another fight today. I am not sure how it started, but I think it had something to do with them not having any children. Abram blamed Sarai. He said that she had some sort of sickness and that it was all her fault. Sarai said, “Well, how do you know it’s my fault? You’re awfully old yourself, darling.” Abram said, “Well, you were with those Egyptian men for quite a while and nothing happened then, either.”

Sarai boiled over at that. Apparently, this business of the Egyptians is a sore spot for the two of them.

Well, Sarai has got quite a vocabulary of indecent words and she began putting all of them to use. Finally, her screaming got so loud that Abram put his hands over his ears and ran out of the tent into the desert. I wish I could, too.

She is not screaming anymore now, but that does not make her presence any more pleasant – only quieter. I have dressed her hair several times over. None of the styles were good enough to please her, though. The last time I tried, she turned around like a sand viper and smacked me across the face. I feel the inside of my mouth bleeding and my cheek feels swollen. Then she had me pluck out the leftover armpit hairs from the other day. I hope it hurts horribly when I do that.


The last few weeks have been about the same. Abram and Sarai get into fights, Abram runs off into the desert and Sarai takes everything out on me. It would be awfully nice if she died soon.

She and Abram are always angry that she can’t bear children, but I can’t help being glad. I can only imagine what the offspring of two such horrible people would be. They would probably destroy the whole world.

Lately, they have been talking – or rather, screaming – about finding some woman to bear Abram a son. I hope they don’t decide to do it, but they seem rather positive about the idea. The poor woman they will choose. My heart already bleeds for her.


I can’t believe what has happened. I can’t think. I can’t control myself. I can’t do anything.

Abram and Sarai did go through with the plan and they chose ME. They didn’t ask whether I wanted to be the mother of that man’s child. They didn’t think of anybody but themselves. They think that the whole world revolves around them and what they want. I hate them! I hate them! I hate them so much! So they couldn’t have children of their own. Who cares? Couldn’t they just learn to accept it? Of course not – they had to drag me into their problems!

I don’t want to bear his child! I feel so dirty now. I hate them. I can’t think of what to do. I can’t stop crying, although I have stopped feeling the tears run down my face. I wish I could die.


It has been a month. I am with child. Sarai is more unbearable than ever. I heard her complaining to Abram about me last week. She was saying, “That little bitch Hagar isn’t being very respectful to me lately. She thinks that she is better than I because she is with child and I am barren.”

That is the way her mind works. She is completely insane. She tells her husband to rape me, treats me like trash every day, and then when she finally notices (with astonishment) that I despise her, it never occurs to her that perhaps she is at fault. No, no, no, not Sarai the Blameless. It is all because I have suddenly had an increase of ego.

After she finished her long list of complaints, (such as, I never smile at her, never tell her she is beautiful, and so forth,) Abram told her to shut her big mouth and said, “If you are angry at her, then do what you want. She is your slave, use her as it pleases you.”

I think this is one of the only times she has ever obeyed her husband. I cannot take it any longer. I am going to run away, and if I die in the desert, at least it will be a peaceful death, because I will be away from Sarai.


I ran away but I have come back. Something strange happened in the wilderness.

I was by a well, when a bright, blinding light came, and I heard a voice. I could not hear the voice with my ears. It spoke only into my mind. There were no words, but I understood what it meant.

“Hagar, handmaid of Sarai, why are you here?”

I answered without moving my lips, or thinking in words, “I am fleeing from my mistress, Sarai.”

The voice spoke again. “Return to your mistress and humble yourself under her hand. I will multiply your seed exceedingly, so that it will not be numbered for its multitude. Behold, you are with child and you shall bring forth a son and you shall call him Ishmael, because the Lord has heard your affliction.”

So I obeyed and have come back. Sarai screamed at me immediately upon seeing me and called me an ungrateful little bitch, but I don’t care anymore.

Knowing the name of the child within me has made me feel a mother’s love for him for the first time ever.

Whatever happens, I now have faith that everything will be all right.



I have now given birth to my son. He is so beautiful. I cannot help but feel joy in that he does not resemble his father in the least. Sarai is doing her usual bit of complaining, but I hardly even notice it.

I never knew before that it was possible to have love this great. I see that good can come of great sorrow. I would never have chosen this if it had been only offered, but I would not change now what has happened.

I thank the Lord for what has come upon me.


It has been six months and Ishmael is growing strong and healthy. His voice is strong when he cries. Sarai whines about it, there is nothing she can do about it.

He reminds me of my brother in his face. He makes me laugh all the time and forget when I am sad at something.

Sarai always tries to act as if he is her son and tells me how to take care of him as though I were only a nurse-maid to him. I want to strangle her when she does that, but I am vindicated when she tries to touch him and he cries and reaches out for me. He knows who his mother is.

Sarai is my mistress and I am her slave, but I am a much richer woman than she is. I pity her sometimes, even though she is horrible to me, because even if she did have children, she would always be a bitter, unhappy woman. She does not know how to be anything else, because she does not know how to love anybody but herself.


Ishmael is thirteen years old now. He is strong and handsome. He still does not like Sarai, and he does not know his father very well at all. Abram never pays attention to him.

Abram has taken a very strange idea into his head and has put it into practice. It is something he calls circumcision. He says that the Lord commanded him to do this. I find it very disturbing, especially since he has forced all the men of the household, including Ishmael, to do it as well. He also says that he and Sarai are henceforth to be called Abraham and Sarah. Well, it’s all the same to me.

Still, I don’t like this circumcision business. What will they do next ? Skin their noses?


Something interesting happened today.

At midday, three men came to the tent. Abraham made a big show of bowing down and pretending to humble himself to them. After he was finished with that, he came into the tent and told Sarah to hurry and make some bread. Then he ran away before she could start yelling at him. Needless to say, I ended up making the bread.

A few hours later, as the men were eating, they asked where Sarah was. Abraham answered that she was in the tent. As soon as Sarah heard these words spoken, she scrambled up, began rearranging her hair and jewels and dumped a whole pot of perfume on herself. She kept very close by the door of the tent so that she could hear what was being said about her.

One of the men then said that Sarah would have a son. My heart jumped to my throat in horror of the thought. Sarah let out a loud guffaw which ended in a snort. “Oy, sure, sure, I will have a son!” She cackled loudly, but stopped with a start when she heard the man say to Abraham, “Why did Sarah laugh, saying that she shall not bear a son? Is there anything difficult for God? According to the appointment, I will return to you at this same time and Sarah shall have a son.”

Sarah yanked open the door of the tent and yelled, “I never laughed! What the hell are you talking about, you little bastard?”

The man said very simply and calmly, “No, you did laugh,” Then he rose and walked away with Abraham.

Sarah has been a beast ever since that episode. I am terrified that the man was right and she will have a son. The one thing that has always given me some comfort during these years was that Sarah could not have children to carry her genes along. If she has a son, Lord spare us all.


It has been a few months now and Sarah still is not with child. That does not make me worry less, though.

Abraham keeps telling a story about two cities named Sodom and Gomorrah, and how he bargained with God to get his way about something. He tells the story at every chance he gets. It is the most boring experience in the world to listen to this story every day, despite the fact that it is never the same twice.

We are getting ready to travel to the southern country. Abraham gives orders and Sarah complains. There have been more arguments than usual lately.


We are now in the land of Genera, and I now understand what the problem about Sarah and the Egyptian men was.

As soon as we got into Genera, Abraham told everyone he met that Sarah was only his sister; not his wife. He was afraid that if the king of the country discovered that Sarah was his wife, he would kill Abraham so that he could take Sarah for himself. Maybe if Abraham hadn’t been so public with the story that Sarah was unmarried, the king would not have become so interested in her at all. But Abraham likes to play it safe.

So the king sent for Sarah. Abraham watched disinterestedly as she got herself decked out in jewels and skimpy clothes. As she left, he said, “Have a good time,” and she said, “Oh, don’t worry, I will.”

Those two people are insane. At least it has been somewhat peaceful with her gone.


She’s back and very disappointed that the king didn’t go through with the deal after all. In the short time that she was there, she gave all the women her sickness and they could not bear children. Naturally, the king got rid of her as soon as he discovered what was going on.

She’s in a bad mood now. Who knows how long it will last?


Lord have mercy on us. She is with child after all.


It has been a month now. Sarah has been morning sick and letting us all know about it. Now she lies on her bed all day long, moaning as loudly as she can so that everyone will hear her and feel sorry for her. I doubt if she remembers with any regret all those times that I was morning sick and she made me massage her sweaty feet.

I worry about Ishmael now that Sarah will have a son. Ishmael is her husband’s son, but I cannot trust what she will do. The only thing that you can accurately predict about her is that no matter what the circumstances are, she will be sure to make them ten times worse.


The time is nearing for Sarah to give birth. I will not bother to mention all of her complaints.

Ishmael knows that Sarah’s son is his brother, but he told me today that he feels sorry for his little brother because it will have Sarah – and not me – as its mother. He has good reason to dislike Sarah, especially of late. In the past years, she was always careful in her treatment towards him because she knew that Abraham would never let her get away with any abusive behavior to his only son. Now that another is coming – and that it is hers, she is beginning to treat Ishmael badly. I worry so much about what will happen.


She has finally given birth. The child’s name is Isaac. Maybe it is only my bias, but whenever he cries, I always hear a distinct resemblance to Sarah’s whine in his voice. It is really not fair to think bitter thoughts of him, since he is only an infant right now, but his parents are Abraham and Sarah and the apple never falls very far from the tree.


That poor child is only eight days old, and Abraham has already performed that strange practice, (circumcision) on him. It broke my heart to hear Isaac cry in pain while it was happening, even though I still can’t help thinking that he sounds like his mother.


Isaac is nearly two years old and Sarah thinks it is time to wean him. Ishmael is always playing with him and trying to teach him words. I don’t like the way Sarah looks at Ishmael. She looks like a snake watching its prey and getting ready to strike.


O, Lord, help us. I knew she would do something like this.

Early this morning, Abraham came to me and said that Sarah had ordered that Ishmael and I should be cast out into the desert. I felt a cry strangle in my throat and even though it is not surprising of her, I couldn’t believe it.

Abraham was at least good enough to give us some bread and water as we left, but he was so self-righteous as he did it. He kept talking all the while of how he had conferred with God, and God told him that it was all right to do this to us. The whole time he was speaking, Sarah was sitting in the distance with Isaac, watching and smirking.

All the anger that has been held inside me for all these years finally came out and I could not control it.

“God told you?” I spat at him. “How can you bear living with yourselves? Do you even understand how people are? You never think of anybody but yourselves! First, you forced me to give you a son, allowed your wife to treat me horribly, and now that you have another son from her, you throw me and your own son – your first son – out into the desert to die! How can you do this? Where is your mind?”

I do not remember what else I said. I was sobbing so hard. All I could do was press Ishmael to myself and hold him tightly.

We are far away now and it is growing dark. Ishmael did not look back as we left, and has not shed one tear. He sits now, staring ahead at nothing. His hands are clasped together, and I have seen them tremble more than once, although his face betrays nothing.


We have been traveling for three days. The sun is so hot. We try to save the water, but we cannot help drinking more than we should. There is only a little less than half left. We must find a well soon or we will die.


Two more days. There are only a few drops of water left. There is no refuge in sight. I have no more hope. We will die.


Is there indeed anything difficult for God? I praise God over and over for his mercy and goodness. I should have had more faith.

We will not die. God has shown compassion and taken care of us.

We had run completely out of water yesterday morning. At the end of this day, Ishmael, strong as he is, had become too weak to stand anymore. I looked into his eyes and saw death.

It was cowardly of me, and I know that Ishmael himself never would have acted as I did. I laid him under a tree and then ran as far as I could from him, turning my back so that I would not see when death took him. I wept loudly and despaired, cursing Abraham and Sarah in my heart.

Then I heard a voice, and I remembered it as the same that I heard when I ran away from Sarah. The voice spoke into my mind again and said,

“What are you doing, Hagar? Fear not, for God has heard the voice of your boy from the place where he is. Arise, take up the boy and hold him by the hand, for I shall make him a great nation.”

Then it stopped speaking, but I could still feel it present inside me. Without meaning to, I turned my head and saw a well. It had not been there before. Immediately, I ran to it and filled the water jar. Then I went to Ishmael, lifted his head and poured water into his mouth. I sobbed from joy, relief and shame. I kept telling him that I was sorry for leaving him alone.

He sleeps now, and I am watching him, still giving him water.

Tomorrow, if he is well enough, we will begin traveling again. I am not afraid anymore. We will find shelter soon.

There must be a reason why all this has happened. I do not know what it is, but maybe someday, many years from now, people will hear the story of Hagar and Ishmael and understand some of God’s pattern.

(c) 2009 Stefania Glenn



  1. #1 by Allan Hampton on 02/28/2009 - 9:34

    Super article of significant enlightenment, Stefania, thanks.


  2. #2 by Tony on 02/28/2009 - 9:34

    This story is the reason of why the Jews don’t consider you to be racially Jewish, unless your mother was Jewish. This is how they justify the “kicking out”, if you will, of Hagar and Ishmael. Ethnocentrism and racism were a Jewish creation that still holds true today. That is why Jews hate Arabs even today. They can’t stand the fact that the Arab people are the most hospitable and family-first people in the world. It defeats the stereotype that they try to push with their control of mainstream media and anti-Arab hollywood films.


  3. #3 by Ray Goodwin on 02/28/2009 - 9:34

    Well-done, Stefania!!
    Doesn’t it feel good to take a slap at the antiChrist!! Their arrogance and vulgarity deserves a response in kind – that is all they understand – and you gave them a good kick right where they need it!!
    Your writing skills are starting to rival those of your father (and perhaps your mother?!)and show much talent.
    Keep up the good work, dear.
    Ray Goodwin

  4. #4 by Sami on 02/28/2009 - 9:34

    As usual, a superb effort, Stefania.

  5. #5 by Chris on 02/28/2009 - 9:34

    I really enjoyed your perspective piece on Hagar and Ishmael. However, I was wondering if you were aware that in Quran, Hagar and Ismael were abandoned in the desert when Ishmael was still a baby. Issac was not yet born when this episode took place. Also, Quran always paints a virtuous picture of Abraham and all the prophets for that matter. The abandoning of Hagar and Ishmael was done by Abraham on the command of God not for reasons of family disfunction. It is because Ishmael was Abrahams first son that Muslims believe Ishmael was the one that was to be sacrificed not Issac. Many refute this idea by saying that Ishmael does not count as first born as Hagar was not his wife. However, because of the way God always holds Abraham in such a virtuous light throughout Quran, one could conclude that it is doubtful that a prophet of God and such a righteous man as Abraham would have conceived a child with another women without first marrying her. Anyway just thought I would mention that.


  6. #6 by Lasha Darkmoon on 02/28/2009 - 9:34

    Hi, Stephania. Good to see you’re back. By the way, did you ever settle the score with the Goldsteins?

    That’s one article I won’t forget, Stephania. Keep up the good work and continue to be an inspiration to us like your dad.

  7. #7 by Theroseofsharon on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    Quite an article-causes one to think. I didn’t know your dad had such a talented daughter, keep it up.

  8. #8 by Suzan Hassib on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    I feel very sad, shocked, and offended after reading this article. We Muslims have great respect for all the prophets of God, and their families, including Ibrahim (Abraham). Ibrahim is described in the Qur’an as the friend of God, the forbearing, the upright, and one who was in a constant state of repentance to God. We believe that all prophets of God and their families are the best of mankind and the closest to God. For example, the angels addressed Sarah (peace be upon her) and her family as follows: “The mercy of Allah (God) and His blessings be upon you, O the family of Ibrahim (Abraham)” -Qur’an (ch.11, v.73).
    Another point I would like to make is that all three monothesitic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) came from God to the descendants of Ibrahim. Therefore, by writing this article in such a manner, you are essentially insulting your own religion.
    I advise all to refer to the following verses in the Qur’an to gain a little more insight into how Muslims regard Abraham: (ch.4, v.125), (ch.11, v. 75), (ch.16, v.120), (ch.2, v.140), (ch.2, v.133), (ch.22, v.78).
    Finally, I also recommend that you visit this website:

    I hope this helps to shed some light on this matter, and that it opens your eyes to the truth about our beloved ancestors.

  9. #9 by Nora on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    I would like to concur with Chris’ commentary on the prophet Ibrahim in the Qur’an. Very nicely put.

  10. #10 by Suzan Hassib on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    We Muslims have great respect for all the prophets of God, and their families, including Ibrahim (Abraham). Ibrahim is described in the Qur’an as the friend of God, the forbearing, the upright, and one who was in a constant state of repentance to God. We believe that all prophets of God and their families are the best of mankind and the closest to God. For example, the angels addressed Sarah (peace be upon her and her family)as follows: “The mercy of Allah (God) and His blessings be upon you, O the family of Ibrahim (Abraham)” -Qur’an (ch.11, v.73).
    I recommend all to refer to the following verses in the Qur’an to gain a little more insight into how Muslims regard Abraham: (ch.4, v.125), (ch.11, v. 75), (ch.16, v.120), (ch.2, v.140), (ch.2, v.133), (ch.22, v.78).
    Finally, I also recommend that you visit this website:
    I hope this helps to shed some light on this matter, and that it opens your eyes to the truth about our beloved ancestors.

  11. #11 by Mahmoud El-Yousseph on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    Facinating work Stefania!
    It took me all day long to finish reading it all the way. To many interuptions.

    Thanks to commenters Chris and Suzan for their refrence and citation of the Holy Quran regarding the story of prophet Abraham and his son Ismael peace be upon them.

    Stefania writing style and intricate details made the story more captivating. Tap yourself on the back Stefania!

  12. #12 by mantiqaltayr on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    Beautifully written.

  13. #13 by joe on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    Some may see Abraham as Brahma and Sarai as Saraswati.
    If you know what I mean..

  14. #14 by Researcher LP Pandora on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    Great article, Stephania, glad to see you’re back.

    I hope you and your father will not be offended if I take this opportunity to say that the new look of this website is NOT a spectacular improvement!

    The gray background is too dark and depressingly sombre. A lighter pastel shade would not only have been aestheticaly more pleasing but also easier on the eye — though such a light background would naturally require black print instead of white print.

    This criticism applies far more to the Comment section than to the article section. The print in the Comment section is far too small and faint against the dark background. It does not make for easy reading. People who submit comments to your website may well be deterred from contributing if you don’t try and make this section more reader-friendly. Please do consider enlarging the print to the same size as the print in the article section. This is the way it used to be. Everyone liked it and no one complained.

  15. #15 by Researcher LP Pandora on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    Oh gosh, what an improvement! Please keep it like this. The pastel gray background to alternate comments is a knockout.

  16. #16 by Xanadu on 03/01/2009 - 9:34

    I would like to draw the reader’s attention to this article entitled Letter of Termination to the White Race. It appears to be a sincere and eloquent cri de coeur in the style of the the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

    Though the article is quite perceptive in many ways, especially on the elite status of the Jews in our society, I have my reservations about the confrontational stance it takes up toward the ethnic minorities.

    It is true immigrants are flooding into our Christian countries and submerging us, but they are NOT our real enemies. The Jews, who are responsible for this multicultural conspiracy, are the real enemy. The Jews are trying their best to create conflict between white man and black, between Christian and Muslim, between anglo-saxon and hispanic. Thus they divide and rule.

    If you are a white Christian, please try and remember that the black American, the Muslim and the hispanic are all your natural allies. Like you, they are victims of the same cunning enemy.

    Ask yourself who is dying in Iraq and Afghanistan right now, fighting the Jews’ wars for the greater glory of Israel? It is NOT the Jews who are dying for Israel. It is predominantly white Christians, blacks and hispanics.

    American Jews, who make up 2.5 per cent of the American population, should by all rights make up 2.5 per cent of the American forces. They do not. They make up only 0.5 per cent of the armed forces, i.e., 400 per cent LESS than they should be.

  17. #17 by Lucid on 03/02/2009 - 9:34

    Nice one. How about that Lot guy. He gets warned by his cousin to leave sodom and gomorrah. What he was doing there for so long to begin with, is quite interesting. Nevertheless, he flees. How convenient his wife turns into a pillar of salt! Even more convient? He couldn’t go to his cousins place???? So he had to hide out in the mountains and conventiently got to sleep with his daughters.

    Wow that Bible and these so called Holy books. What pornographic gems!! The amazing thing is people don’t blink an eye???


  18. #18 by Joe90 on 03/04/2009 - 9:34

    The jews hate the Arabs because God did not favour them

    When God promised the land to Abraham, his name was Abram
    God had asked Abram to change his name to Abraham when he was 99 years old
    (see Genesis 17:1-5)

    Ishmael the eldest son was at that time thirteen years old. Isaac was born one year after the name change.

    In other words, Isaac was not even born when the land was promised by God.
    The name Isaac appears for the first time in the Bible in Gen. 17:19.

    The land was promised by God was to the seeds of Abram, (see K.J.V.),
    and it was for ever. There is no record of God going back on His Promise.

    God’s covenant with Ishmael: which drive the jews mad

    (Gen 17:20)
    “As for Ish’mael, I have heard you;
    behold, I will BLESS him and make him fruitful and multiply exceedingly; he shall be the father of twelve princes,
    (yep princes because he is the son of a princess hagar and the jews call him donkey or what ever insults they write in their fake books their god say he is prince and I will make him a great nation”

    (did God say that to Issac?)

  19. #19 by Joe Cortina on 03/04/2009 - 9:34

    Stephania – your talents for writing and expression are indeed a gift – perhaps some form God and some form your father. I have decided it is time to give you some powerful tools ( which you hopefully do not already have) to aid you in your future writing. I willlet your dad know of this and I believe he will approve.

    After many years of mental confusion with in-your face-examples of ourtright evil being condoned in the OT – matters BLATENTLY contrary to the teachings of Jesus AND the laws of God – I have decided that ‘my holy book’ will be the NT – period. Mostly unrepentant Liars – cheats – arrogance – theives – murderers – fornicators – adulterers all in the favor of GOD? Sorry – I can’t handle that with intellectual honesty.

    BTW – the person who commented (Xanadu) about how the jew lets us Goyem bleed for him and avoids the hazards of the military to protect – ‘his own more precious than anyoneleses hide’ – YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT.

    As company commander at the USATC during the Berlin Crisis (the REAL enemy then were the COMMUNISTS – the pals of the Jew) I can speak with authority that I recall ABSOLUTELY no ‘self-chosen’ in my training companies over 13 months period during which I had close personal contact with well over a thousand young men destined for airborne units (hazardous duty). Yet they are in HUGE proportions at abortion mills – pornoraphy industry – crime – drugs cartels – white slavery and anti Christian movements of every kind immaginable.

    After I was honorably discharged I went back to school for further education. While I attended the U of Miami affectionately known as ‘Jew-U’) I experienced many conversations with young Jew men at their ‘Hillel House’ who openly bragged about how their parent’s influence kept them out of the draft so that they could continue their favorite passtimes of parties and seducing the wives and sweetharts of those ‘goyem’ who were serving their country. I guess they though that I was one of them.

    I can still remember how disgusting I found these people for their homogeniously open mockery of patriotism and personal risk for this country which they regard second second in loyalty behind their beloved IsraHELL. Been there – seen that – heard that – done that so don’t ever let any lying SOB tell you otherwise.

  20. #20 by Lasha Darkmoon on 03/08/2009 - 9:34

    “How are you going to repay all the Palestinians whose land you stole and whose children you have been murdering for over half a century? How are you going to repay the millions of babies that you have murdered in abortion clinics? How are you going to repay the families of the thousands of Americans who died on September 11th? How are you going to repay the Iraqis for destroying their country? How are you going to repay the families of the American soldiers who have died in Iraq? How are you going to repay the Lebanese for ruining their country?”
    — Stephania Glenn, 2006

    Eloquent words, Stephania, but the Goldsteins are still getting away with murder! Nothing has changed. Consider this:

    “The renegade Wall Street fund manager Bernard Madoff could plead guilty as early as next week to swindling clients out of billions of dollars by running a Ponzi scheme masquerading as a $50bn investment empire.

    A guilty plea by Madoff would amount to an admission that the once respected Wall Street fixer masterminded one of the biggest financial scams in history.

    Madoff almost certainly faces a lengthy prison sentence, although a plea bargain could affect prosecutors’ treatment of his family and could influence the type of jail in which he is incarcerated.

    There has been considerable speculation over the fate of Madoff’s wife, Ruth, who, according to court papers, withdrew $15.5m from an account at a firm linked to Madoff Securities in the days running up to her husband’s arrest.

    In a legal filing this week, Madoff’s lawyers sought to ring-fence $70m of assets which, they said, belong to Mrs Madoff, including the couple’s New York apartment.

    Mrs Madoff has not been charged with anything. Neither have Madoff’s sons, Andrew and Mark, who were senior executives at Madoff Investment Securities.”

    And so the Goldsteins and the Madoffs go from strength to strength. When Madoff emerges from his elite prison after a relatively short stint inside, it will be back to his wife’s luxury apartment and $70 million in assets!

    Meanwhile, his sons are to receive no punishment at all, though it is inconceivable that they were unaware of their father’s scam. They worked for him for twenty years. As senior executives in his outfit, they could hardly have been ignorant of their father’s wicked ways.

    In spite of all that has been said about Jewish losses, there is more than enough evidence to prove that the Madoff scam had an entirely predictable outcome: a massive transfer of wealth, as Israel Shamir was quick to point out, from gentile to Jew.

    The Jews as a group have emerged incalculably richer as a result of the Madoff affair.

  21. #21 by michael korn on 03/21/2009 - 9:34

    devastatingly written.

    re the last comment about madoff, i think that all the talk about ceo paypackages, madoff etc, as evil as they are, disguises the real problem: the system is rigged to destroy us all! consider that the Federal Jewish banksters receive about 3% interest per year on all the money they create for the US economy out of thin air! this Jew-sury so far surpasses ceo compensation, aig bonuses, and maddoffs swindle to be laughable.

    all this other “Jews” (jewish distorted news) is a massive smokescreen to divert attention from the inbuilt bankster jewsurious scam that is bringing us all to our knees.

    we are all hagars, slaves to the jewish finacial elite who are gang raping all of us 24/7. and all this other talk about lesser financial criminals simply does not get to the root of the problem.

    get it?!

  22. #22 by Michael Korn on 03/22/2009 - 9:34

    An acquaintance, “Maurice Pinay” of, advises me that your attitude towards Sarah and Abraham, as Old Testament prophets, is extremely disrespectful and smacks of the Marcionite heresy that the Church condemned long ago.

    I also would like to remind you that in Paul’s letter to the Galatians, he compares Mt. Sinai to Hagar and the the son of the flesh (Ishmael), while Jesus is compared to Sarah and the son of the promise (Isaac).

    This is not to minimize the injustices committed against the Seed of Ishmael in the name of Christian- and Jewish-Zionism, nor to minimize the blessings that Seed received from God, but it also clear that God’s primary blessing was conferred on Isaac’s line.

    The mocking tone of your essay, while understandable considering your outrage, is not respectful to these Old Testament saints.

    Perhaps you can seek to elevate Hagar and Ishmael without falsely demeaning Abraham, Sarah, and Isaac.
    –note from me, MG–Marcionism was considered heretical because it implied the existence of 2 different gods, one of the old testament and one for the New.

    2ndly, Abraham and Sarai are not canonized saints in the Catholic church, so there is no reason for you or anyone else to classify them as such.

    3rd, since you have taken such an interest in what the Catholic church has to say on this matter involving marcionism MK, perhaps you should also consider what the church teaches with regards to divorce and multiple marriages.

  23. #23 by Wild Eagle on 06/25/2010 - 9:34

    The way Sarah treated Hagar like a subhuman nonentity is one of the most degrading aspects of slavery, turning a person formed in the image of God into a thing to use. Most of the world’s problems have been caused by people’s failure (or refusal) to walk a mile in my shoes (or bare feet, in Hagar’s case.) I sort of doubt Sarah would have said anything so ugly to Abraham when the three visitors came, though, or they might have just taken their blessing and left.

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