Talmid chacham Michael Hoffman, author of the textbook Judaism Discovered (1,102 pages), examines hate speech in the Talmud and derivative halachic texts and their real world consequences for Arab civilians in Lebanon and Palestine. Hoffman’s empirical evidence is conveyed with compassion and charity for both Jews and gentiles. Hate speech in the Talmud is not a “canard” or an “anti-Semitic trope.” To achieve peace and justice all hate speech must be repudiated, not just certain politicized categories. To safeguard civilians in occupied Palestine and the Middle East, and for the advancement of human rights and knowledge in defiance of cancel culture, the influence and impact of Talmudic theology on the Israeli government, military and the settlers must become known and challenged by all people of good will. In studying Israeli violence, confining the analysis mainly to “settler-colonialism” seriously limits authentic understanding of the roots of the racist, ethno-supremacist forces at work.
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Join controversial scholar and author Michael Hoffman on a stimulating and edifying excursion into forbidden and suppressed history covering an extraordinary range of subjects and topics. Revisionist History® is a registered trademark of Independent History and Research, Box 849, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83816. All Rights Reserved.