Israeli man goes to synagogue for Purim, reads Megilla on the story of Esther, gets drunk as Purim protocols instruct and then starts attacking people
ed note–a microcosm of how Judaism in all its forms operates. Its adherents inject it into their systems like a mind-altering narcotic and then lose their sense of reason while under its intoxicating influence. And whether it is one lone nut who loses his mind after reading the story of Esther at Purim or whether it is the entire Jewish state celebrating the slaughter of Gentiles in Gaza, Iraq, Syria, or wherever, the difference between them is only in scale.
Jtosis–the mental disorder that inevitably arises out of prolonged exposure to Judaism–needs to be understood and diagnosed as the malignancy that it is and Judaism needs to be condemned as the threat to peace and prosperity that it is and taken down from the mantle as one of the world’s ‘great religions’. Everywhere it has gone throughout human history the reaction and results have been the same, whether it has been biblical Egypt, biblical Persia or the modern day state of Israel in Palestine.
Israel National News
A man in his 30s was arrested on Saturday night after he attacked several people near a synagogue in Beit Shemesh.
Police arrived a short time after the incident was reported. The suspect, who was drunk, fought with the policemen when they attempted to arrest him.
Israel Police said the suspect left the synagogue immediately after they finished reading the Megilla, and began attacking those around him. Two of the victims required medical treatment.
The suspect was arrested and brought for an interrogation in the Beit Shemesh police station. During the interrogation, he admitted guilt.
On Sunday morning, an Israeli court extended the suspect’s arrest until Monday.
“The quick police response, from the phone call until the officers’ arrival at the scene, caused the suspect to be arrested quickly and prevented additional civilians from being harmed,” a police spokesman said. “The Israel Police emphasize that in addition to following Purim customs, which include drinking alcohol, people must ensure they do not violate the law and that they act responsibly.”
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