19 January 2015


19 January 2015
28 Tevet 5775

Today, the whole world understands the concept of "holy war" via the jihad that Muslims are waging against the West. Like many things the goyim do (however, in a distorted way), it was copied from us. Avraham Avinu waged the first holy war when he smashed all of the idols in his father's shop.  He went to holy war when Lot was kidnapped and Avraham went after him, rescuing him along with many other innocent people.

What was the war against Amalek, Midyan, the seven nations of Canaan and the ancient Philistines if not "jihad" or holy war? What was the struggle against the Greeks and the Hellenists if not a holy war?

Today, our holy war is a battle for hearts and minds. We wage it with information and education against the Big Lies of this world and its dominant (Western) culture. We wage it against the Erev Rav by encouraging other Jews to learn how to recognize them and to separate from them.

In 2005, I opened a (now defunct) blog called "Jewish Jihad". It was my way of fighting the Erev Rav. In 2008, I re-posted highlights from it on this blog. Since they are as relevant today as ever, I'm making them available through this archive for those who would like to review. 

Here are the selected re-postings...

JEWISH JIHAD ( 9 Aug 2005)


  1. I dont know anyone that associates the word jihad with extreme negative connotation....Why would you use an arabic word implying death and destruction for a fake prophet as part of your blog. Judiasm is about repentance and correction, not physical war.

  2. Genoism, the idea of "holy war" originated with us. When our nation was emasculated and sent into exile, cut off from its land, it was left bereft of this mitzvah. That left it to others to perform in a perverted and distorted way. To correct that, we must reclaim it.

    Tell me, have you ever read the Nach? If so, I don't understand how you can make your final statement.

  3. Two words - "Erev Rav"!

    Kippa-wearing Yesh Atid candidate endorses Shabbat public transport

    "... cooperated on legislation on drafting haredim (ultra-Orthodox), conversion, and helping Holocaust survivors."

    Asked whether he backed gay marriage, Stern said he was in favor of gay couples forming a family like any other couples,....

  4. Devash, it would seem that you are leading to reposting the Medinat Yehuda articles you wrote some time ago. A rabbi my husband and I often go to see says that we mainly must debate the Erev Ravniks. It must only start there, right?

    I am glad Moshe Feiglin finally left Likud. It seems it was bound to happen eventually.

    Now what?

  5. No, CDG, I'm not on my way to reposting anything else. And no, I would not agree that we are supposed to "debate" the Erev Rav at all. Every sources I've read says ONE thing - SEPARATE from them. We're seeing a lot of that going on right now and yes, Moshe Feiglin leaving Likud aqppears to me to be part of that process. Now, look at who stayed.