Annihilating Amalek is different from Nazi actions

The mitzvah to annihilate Amalek is also moral and logical – to deter the wicked. May the mitzvah be applied in our day?


Anyone who still entertains any kind of confusion over why Jews as a group operate as virtually one mind in their war against Gentiledom need look no further than this piece in understanding why. The Rabbis have always maintained an almost occult-like power over the thinking of the people under their sway, giving a whole new dimension of understanding vis a vis Jesus and His condemnations of the Jewish priesthood which He characterized as ‘children of their father, the devil, who is the father of lies’ as well as His statement that those who find themselves under the sway of the Jewish priesthood wind up becoming ‘sons of hell’ themselves.

Having said this, please pay attention to the particulars of what this insane Rabbi writes concerning ‘Amalek’ whom the Jews have been commanded by their ‘god’ yahweh to destroy. 

1. Note the very first word the rabbi uses in making his argument– ‘Apparently’–in beginning the discussion of this people known in Judaism as ‘Amalek’. HE DOESN’T EVEN BELIEVE HIMSELF IN THE HISTORICAL VERACITY OF THE TALE, but recognizes the tribal/political value associated with using this as the basis for steering Judaic behavior in a certain direction.

2. Note that his arguments are all Torah-based, as this rabbi makes kristol clear. So much for all the nonsense propagated by certain ‘experts’ in this movement who claim that the ‘Jewish problem’ is the result of ‘Khazars’ who follow ‘the Talmud’ rather than the ‘holy’ books of the Torah.

3. Please note that the Rabbi makes kristol clear that the extermination of all life–men, women, children, and even animals–is what the god of the Jews, yahweh, demands, and that this extermination is to take place by Jews acting on behalf of Jewish interests. As he rightly noted, when others have made similar arguments such as this in justifying their actions against Jews, these people were evil, whereas when Jews do it, it is considered ‘holy’ in that they are following the commandments of their god, yahweh.

4. Note the Rabbi’s assertion that Amalek’s hatred of the Jews is based upon the Jews’ drive to impose the precepts of its tribal, violent religion upon the ENTIRE WORLD. The rabbi of course couches this discussion within the context that Judaism is a good thing that was designed to ‘repair’ a broken world, but no one should gloss over this very important freudian slip that just occurred–Gentile opposition to Jews has always been–in the words of the Rabbi himself–an allergic reaction to JUDAISM, and not because of any ‘irrational hatred based on envy’ as we are often told these days.

5. Next, note what the Rebbe states to wit–

‘…according to Jewish law Amalekites can save themselves by way of dismissing their heritage, and accepting the moral principle…'(Judaism)

If this is not a clear, concise explanation as to why Jewish interests dominate in various movements aimed at destroying the cultures of Gentile nations and why at the head of every perverse and subversive innovation–from abortion to porn to homosexuality to multiculturalism, et al–used in corrupting cultures, sowing social/moral instability, breaking up families, emasculating men and destroying womanhood/motherhood, I can’t think of a better one.

And finally–drum role please–the big enchilada that should put to rest any and all discussion concerning Judaism being one of the world’s ‘great religions’–

‘…the ideal way to fulfill the mitzvah of wiping-out Amalek is for them to repent. Otherwise, there is an alternative way which is also ideal – to annihilate them in war…Because of the fact that they have assimilated amongst the nations, their evil influence persists, and therefore the only remaining way to amend the situation is for the entire world to repent (submit to the Jews’ demands)  or else for the onset of a major war, such as the war of Gog and Magog (Armageddon), in which all the wicked will perish.’

And people thought Israel got hold of all those nukes just for show….

Rabbi Eliezer Melamed, Israel National News

There are those who question why the Torah commands to cruelly destroy an entire people. Is this not similar to the actions of the Nazis? On the other hand, others ask: Since Amalek as a nation no longer exists, should we learn from the commandment to wipe out Amalek a lesson for our times, and possibly even apply it to the wicked in every generation? Let us study the mitzvah, and consequently the answers to these questions will become clear.

The Historical Account

Apparently, Amalek was a tribe that did not engage in agriculture and industry, but rather, trained its youth to conduct surprise attacks against villages and convoys – to kill those they encountered, plunder their belongings, and sell the men, women and children who remained as slaves. It was difficult to wage war against them because they did not have a permanent base, and would suddenly and unexpectedly appear at enormously distant locations, with large attacking forces.

And so, right after we left Egypt, even before we had a chance to coalesce and organize ourselves, Amalek came and attacked us, without any provocation or reason. And who did he attack? Slaves who were going free after an extended period of servitude. Instead of realizing the greatness of the miracle of the exodus from Egypt, or having mercy on the newly-released slaves, the Amalekites saw before them easy prey, and taking advantage of Israel’s weakness, began attacking the stragglers in the rear, in order to capitalize from their sale as slaves, and plunder their possessions.

Even after Yehoshua, on behalf of Moshe Rabbeinu, fought and weakened them, it was clear this would not be the last battle; rather, every time Amalek would perceive signs of weakness, they would attack, kill, loot, and sit in wait for the next assault.

The Three Mitzvot Related to the Annihilation of Amalek

As a result, we were commanded three mitzvot in the Torah: the first is a positive commandment to remember what Amalek did to us, as it says: “Remember what Amalek did to you on the way when you were leaving Egypt” (Devarim 25:17). The second is a negative commandment not to forget what Amalek did to us, as it says: “Do not forget” (ibid. 25:19). The third is a positive commandment to eradicate Amalek’s offspring from the world, as it says: “It shall be that when the Lord your God gives you rest from all your enemies around, in the Land that the Lord your God gives you as an inheritance to possess it, you shall obliterate the remembrance of Amalek from under the heavens”.

In order to annihilate Amalek, a large army was needed to encircle all the widespread areas from which they operated, locate them, block their escape routes, encounter them face-to-face, and destroy them. To do this, the Jewish nation would first have to establish themselves in the land, be free of fear of attacks from surrounding enemies, and allocate large forces for long periods of time to conduct war against Amalek. Regarding this, our Sages said: “Three commandments were given to Israel when they entered the land; 1) to appoint a king; 2) to cut off the seed of Amalek; 3) and only after this, would they be able to fulfill the third mitzvah – to build the Holy Temple” (Sanhedrin 20b).

The History of Annihilating Amalek

Indeed, after the Jews merged together in their Land, they appointed King Shaul, and after his kingdom stabilized, the prophet Shmuel approached Shaul and said to him: “The Lord sent me to anoint you as king over His people, over Israel; therefore, hear now the voice of the Lord’s words. So says the Lord of Hosts, “I have remembered what Amalek did to Israel, how he set an ambush against him on the way, as he [Israel] went up from Egypt. Now go and smite Amalek and destroy everything he has; have no mercy on him; kill both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and donkey” (I Shmuel 15:1-3).

However, King Shaul did not fulfill the mitzvah properly, taking pity on Agag, King of Amalek, and the best of the sheep and cattle. As a result, God took the kingdom away from him and gave it to David. Nevertheless, the damage was already done, and it was devastating. Because of Shaul’s weakness and compassion, many Amalekites survived, and they continued harassing Israel. A few years later, a band of Amalekites attacked Tziklag, where the families of David and his men lived, burning down the city and taking all the women and children captive. With God’s help, David and his men managed to rescue the captives and vanquish the marauders. But since David was not yet king and did not have the army of Israel at his disposal, he was unable to eradicate them. Four hundred youths rode on camels and escaped (I Shmuel 30). Apparently, other groups of Amalekites survived elsewhere, but despite his efforts David was unable to battle and destroy them all, even after he became king, because they were spread out far and wide.

Our Sages also tell us that because Shaul procrastinated in killing Agag, Agag’s seed was preserved – he impregnated a woman from his prison cell before being killed – eventually resulting in the birth of Haman the Aggagite, who attempted to wipe out the Jewish people (Megillah 13a).

The Moral Logic of the Mitzvah to Annihilate Amalek

The moral logic of the mitzvah is clear: ‘middah keneged middah’(retributive justice). Just as Amalek had done to all the cities they looted, the same should be done to them. In truth, Amalek generally did not kill all the inhabitants of the cities they conquered; however, that was only because they hoped to capitalize from their sale as slaves. But when they found no buyers – they killed them.

Retributive justice is also essential in order to create a deterrent. For indeed, one who concedes to his enemies and fails to avenge them appropriately, encourages them to continue fighting. The great empires punished their foes severely, thus creating a deterrent that maintained their rule for centuries.

Amalek: The Root of Evil in the World

In total contrast to Amalek, Israel’s very essence is connected to the revelation of God’s word and tikkun olam (repairing the world). The idealistic, faith-based message that God destined to Israel incites all the evildoers of the world to go out and fight against us. No other nation has been persecuted as much as we have been – climaxing in the dreadful Holocaust. All this was started by Amalek immediately after we left Egypt, in order to prevent us from receiving the Torah, and repairing the world. Therefore, Amalek is the nation that embodies the root of evil in the world, hatred of Israel, and consequently, hatred of Torah and the godly concept of universal rectification through kindness and truth. This is why the verse says: “For the hand [of God] is on the throne (כס) of God (י-ה), [saying] the Lord will [wage] war against Amalek from generation to generation”(Shemot 17:16). Our Sages said: “The Holy One, blessed be He, swore that His name (י-ה-ו-ה) and His throne (כסא) will be incomplete until the name of Amalek is utterly obliterated” (Rashi, ibid.).

Amalekites May Repent

Although the Torah commanded to wipe-out the seed of Amalek, if an Amalek decides to undertake to keep the Seven Noahide laws, he is no longer judged as an Amalekite. Not only that, the Torah commanded that before we go to war against Amalek we offer them peace, i.e., to accept the Seven Noahide laws, to be subordinate to Israel, and to pay taxes. If they accept the offer – we do not wage war against them. If they refuse – we must go to war against them, until their complete destruction (Rambam, Laws of Kings, 6:1-4, Kesef Mishneh).

Thus, unlike the Nazi policy in which a person with even the slightest trace of Jewish origin was murdered, according to Jewish law Amalekites can save themselves by way of dismissing their heritage, and accepting the moral principle. This right is reserved for all individuals, all families, and even all nations as a in the Seven Noahide laws. 

Accordingly, the ideal way to fulfill the mitzvah of wiping-out Amalek is for them to repent. Otherwise, there is an alternative way which is also l’chatchila (ideal) – to annihilate them in war.

In practice, the mitzvah has been fulfilled bediavad (in a less-than-ideal manner): over the years, the descendants of Amalek were scattered and assimilated among the nations, their trace of origin was lost, and the judgement of Amalek was annulled without their having repented. In practice, there is currently no way to annihilate them because they have assimilated amongst the nations; yet, their evil influence persists to a certain extent, and the only remaining way to amend the situation is for the entire world to repent, or for the onset of a major war, such as the war of Gog and Magog (Armageddon), in which all the wicked will perish.

The Descendants of Haman Learned Torah in B’nei Brak

Our Sages said that the descendants of Haman, who was an Amalekite, learned Torah in B’nei Brak (Gittin 57b; Sanhedrin 96b). This statement was made as praise for converts and the Torah, for it is inconceivable that the Sage’s intent was to insult those converts who learned Torah in B’nei Brak, because in addition to the prohibition of causing any Jew sorrow – including converts – there is an additional prohibition against upsetting a convert. In addition to the mitzvah of ‘love thy neighbor as thyself’ which is directed towards all Jews, there is also an additional mitzvah to love the convert.

May an Amalekite Convert to Judaism?

The poskim (Jewish law arbiters) differed on the question: can an Amalekite convert to Judaism? According to the Rambam (Maimonides), an Amalekite may convert (Hilchot Isurei Be’ah 12:17). According to this opinion, the descendants of Haman converted, and learned Torah in B’nei Brak.

On the other hand, some authorities say that it is forbidden to accept an Amalekite as a convert. This is the opinion of Rabbi Eliezer in the Mekhilta (end of Parshat ‘BeShalach’), namely, that God swore on His throne that if an Amalekite came to convert, He would not accept him. Regarding the Sages statement that the descendants of Haman learned Torah in B’nei Brak, according to this opinion, it occurred out of error, for the Beit Din was unaware that the person coming to convert was from the seed of Amalek, and thus accepted him, and after having already been accepted, they did not reject him (Yeshuot Malko). It is also possible that initially an Amalekite assimilated among another nation, and after his judgement of being an Amalekite was annulled, he converted, and his descendants were those teachers of Torah in B’nei Brak (Chida). Or, they were descendants of an Amalekite from the sons of Haman who raped a Jewish woman, her son being Jewish, and he begot those Torah teachers from B’nei Brak (see, Peninei Halakha: Z’manim 14:8, footnote 10).

Lessons for Our Times

After Amalek’s trace of origin was lost there is no Beit Din that possesses the legal authority to apply the law of Amalek from the Torah – a severe and dreadful law – on any tribe, or other family. However, from the moral and rational aspect of the mitzvah, it is essential to learn that punishment for the wicked who chose evil should be measure-for-measure, both morally, and also to deter them in order to save the world.

  1. #1 by mahmoodtajaryahoocom on 03/14/2017 - 9:34

    chosen people vs. goyim!//cows!!!!!!!

  2. #2 by Karl Pershing on 03/14/2017 - 9:34

    Poor Christian Armenians were also Amalekites. No wonder their genocide!

    Sent from my iPhone


  3. #3 by mothman777 on 03/14/2017 - 9:34

    But of course, as any Jew will tell you when you ask them why Jews do not proselytise to convert Gentiles who will otherwise be condemned to certain death under the Noahide Laws, ‘”What, are you crazy????!!!! Jews NEVER ever proselytise”.

    A rabbi is instructed to try to strongly discourage any prospective convert three times to really try to put them off, and let’s face it, the so-called converts are almost always diaspora Jews who have been hiding under the guise of Christians and so on for generations, till the time is right to return to the Jewish fold publicly, when it is safe, and now even fashionable in some twisted circles, like Hollywood.

    And if the Jews really are keen on saving us poor Amalekites, why the hell are they not peppering us with urgent flyers exhorting us to convert and be saved? Where are the rabbis inviting us to meetings to discuss our options? Where are the urgent pamphlets telling us that the time is now nearing for the Noahide laws to be physically implemented, advising us that we need to prepare to convert or die, as scores of millions, more likely hundreds of millions, will be executed otherwise, just as the 1991 US Noahide Laws themselves actually state. Where are the publications telling us that when the Noahide Laws are implemented in the US, that we will be required to labour 7 days a week as slaves under the Jews with no day off, and that if we choose to take a day off work for religious reasons, like a Sunday, that we will be subject to mandatory execution for idolatrous behaviour. Jews would rather eat dogshit first than ever do that.

    Bill Dannemeyer
    U.S. Congressman, 1979-1992

    Read ‘Why Is A Racist Rabbi Being Honored In The US’, by Alison Weir, CounterPunch.

    This article contains statements by the erstwhile leader of the Chabad Lubavitcher sect of Jews, the most powerful and influential group of Jews over the whole world, Rabbi Menachem Schneerson. He stated very clearly, backed by ‘Jewish scriptures’, that all non-Jews are eternally non-living souls, an eternally and unchangeably lower and inferior species of souls who can never actually convert, though they may be allowed to officially convert on occasion to appear to have been accepted as Jews as part of the Jewish deception, to lessen any suspicions that we may have about the Jews, who in truth are always hell-bent on exterminating every last one of us as vermin and sending us straight to hell, after having being totally subjugated as slaves by one means or another first, such as by being strapped into paying heavy usurious fractional reserve mortgage bank payments for 25 or 30 years, which actually make us pay back an incredible 30 times more than we were actually lent, when we see that 90 percent of the initial loan amount was simply created on a computer screen or printed on new paper bank notes, before we become obliged to pay back 3 times the face amount in REAL money, which is the real cause of inflation, along with other Jewish scams, like quantitative easing and so on, or by being made to fight Jewish wars for Israel in mind-controlled slave NATO armies.

    Jews regard all Gentiles as being of an entirely demonic, eternally irredeemable species of souls, equal to, sometimes even lower than, animal souls, the Jews believe we are not of the substance of God, and that they are, and that these ‘facts’ are eternal, so how could Jews ever truly accept any one of use as a Jew ever? They cannot, it is that simple, as they cannot mix a ‘god’ with a ‘demon’, what would be the point of their 4,000 year-old battle to take over the world if they are simply going to mix with us and share it with us anyway? Such mixing would degrade and destroy the Jews anyway, they believe, as we are polar opposites in substance and nature, with Gentiles being by nature eternally hostile towards the Jews, that is the Jewish belief, and that is what motivates them to conquer, enslave and then destroy us and send us all to hell, a complete victory, a complete self-assertion of superiority over our assumed eternal inferiority, over our assumed demonic and evil nature.

    To keep the Gentile peoples acquiescent and docile, the Jews say they allow people to convert, but as the Chabad Lubavitcher Rebbe Menachem Schneerson stated, a Gentile’s soul is eternally a Gentile soul, even if they outwardly appear to have converted to being a Jew, and a Jewish soul is eternally a Jewish soul even if they outwardly appear to have converted for whatever reason.

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