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Will the IHRA make antisemites out of Jews, Prophets, and God?

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Most Merciful,

Will the IHRA make antisemites out of Jews, Prophets, and God? (Part 1)

by Bro. Gabriel X

O you who believe, if an unrighteous man brings you news, look carefully into it,
lest you harm a people in ignorance, then be sorry for what you did.
—Holy Qur’an, Surah 49, Ayat 6

The Jewish Press of Tampa Bay, among others, on September 25, 2023, published online an article by Robert (Bob) Fryer titled “St. Pete Councilman ducks vote to adopt definition of antisemitism.” The resolution, which was adopted on September 14, endorses the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) “working definition” of antisemitism. A similar resolution was adopted in Canada by the Federal government in 2022, and the Biden Administration has also accepted the definition as part of its “anti-Semitism” initiative. Here is the definition of antisemitism that the IHRA is demanding we all accept:

“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

The St. Petersburg councilman who abstained from voting to accept the IHRA definition is Brother John Muhammad, who like many others voiced his dissatisfaction with the “insufficient responses” from the IHRA advocates.

One really needs to read the IHRA website’s “What is antisemitism” page to understand how so-called Jews (Revelation 2:9 and 3:9) will actually have the effect of making antisemites out of Jews, the prophets, and even God. Of course, the obvious ultimate aim of the “working definition” is to legalize censorship and remove Freedom of Speech—the free speech necessary to speak the Truth in Satan’s dying world. The principal target of this machination is unequivocally the Honorable Louis Farrakhan, the Isa (Jesus) in our midst.

In the St. Petersburg council hearing, Brother John Muhammad criticized the “loose” IHRA definition of antisemitism and referenced the eleven examples they provided, saying quite accurately that it left far too much room to interpretation. The “subjective nature determining what constitutes hatred towards Jews” could lead to “the suppression of legitimate free speech.”

The red flags he raised at the meeting should be regarded as a defense of the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, which the IHRA definition will most assuredly destroy. Now we can dive in and expose the silliness of some of the IHRA’s examples supporting its “working definition” of antisemitism and therefore nullify its applicability. The text in bold is my emphasis:

“Calling for, aiding, or justifying the killing or harming of Jews in the name of a radical ideology or an extremist view of religion.”

If someone—imagine a Prophet, a Messenger, a Warner, or the Messiah—says to Jews that God will remove those who will not bow down to His Will, which is justified since this Universe is His reality, does it make that one and God antisemitic? The Old Testament’s Book of Malachi, chapter 4, verse 1 (New Living Translation):

The Lord of Heaven’s Armies says, “The day of judgment is coming, burning like a furnace. On that day the arrogant and the wicked will be burned up like straw. They will be consumed—roots, branches, and all.”

Directly from the horse’s mouth, the Jewish Bible, Malachi 3:19:

For lo, the sun comes, glowing like a furnace, and all the audacious sinners and all the perpetrators of wickedness will be stubble. And the sun that comes shall burn them up so that it will leave them neither root nor branch, says the Lord of Hosts.

If a Jew (or a Christian, a Muslim, an atheist, or anyone really) is arrogant and/or wicked and refuses to turn from his deviation on the Day of Judgment in which we now live, isn’t Malachi, on behalf of the Lord, justifying the killing or harming of such Jew by the Lord Himself?

In the world of Satan where sin is made fair-seeming, Righteousness and the God of Righteousness are seen as “an extremist view of religion.” Therefore, Malachi, the Lord, and anyone quoting Malachi to warn the fallen Jews of a promised Divine Chastisement fulfill the IHRA “working definition” of antisemitism.

If a Jew breaks one of the Commandments of Yahweh (God), and especially the 6th one (Do not commit murder) against another Jew for instance, the Torah (The Pentateuch, or Law of Moses) justifies in that case death (Genesis 9:6, Deuteronomy 19:13, Exodus 21:14). The Torah also calls for retribution in Leviticus 24:17,19–21 (NLT):

17 If a man takes the life of any human being [unlawfully], he shall most certainly be put to death.
19 If a man injures his neighbor (fellow citizen), whatever he has done shall be done to him:
20 fracture for fracture, eye for eye, tooth for tooth; just as he has injured a man, so shall the same be done to him.

Any Jew who would expound on the Torah (the Law) as given by Moses would by just the expression of his or her belief be an antisemite, according to the IHRA definition.

God willing, the reader can start contemplating the ridiculousness of the “working definition” of antisemitism, not to mention a city council adopting a resolution in support of such an absurdity.

Here is another example given by the IHRA:

“Holding Jews collectively responsible for actions of the state of Israel.”

Israel is called the Jewish State, implying that it represents all Jews around the world, so how could someone be at fault holding Jews collectively responsible for the misdeeds of their nation-state? It is interesting that this IHRA example implies that Israel is well capable of wrongdoing to the point that people could/would hold all Jews responsible for Israel’s actions. When Jewish Ethiopian Black women immigrating to Israel were told they would be getting vaccines, but instead were secretly injected with the contraceptive Depo-Provera, would that qualify the Jewish State as being antisemitic?

Most people know the decades-long suffering of the Palestinians (Muslims mostly), who are Semites, at the hands of Israelis, including the killing of the elderly, women, and children. Therefore, we could accuse the Israeli government and the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) of being antisemites, right? Wrong. The IHRA subtly takes ownership of “Semitism” in its “working definition.” Let us read the definition it gives, promotes, and managed to make North America adopt:

“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

The Britannica Encyclopedia Online tells us that Semites include: “Arabs, Akkadians, Canaanites, Hebrews, some Ethiopians (including the Amhara and the Tigrayans), and Aramaean tribes.” So, why does the IHRA omit them? The answer is Yakub’s Tricknology: through tricks, lies, and manipulation, using language to deceive and ensnare the unwitting. John, chapter 1, verse 1, reminds us:

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

It would be safe to conclude that God’s enemy (Satan) would attack His people with the mis-interpretation of the Word. Indeed, the serpent (Genesis 3:1–5) deceived Eve and the whole world (Revelation 12:9) with words (or language).

The IHRA and those promoting its “working definition” are therefore taking part in the 6,000-year deceiving of the whole world with their false interpretation of the words “Semite” and “antisemitism” without even going to the root knowledge. The other examples given by the IHRA are telltale evidence of this ongoing deception.

The reader is invited to watch The Honorable Louis Farrakhan’s Part 19 of The Time and What Must Be Done series, titled “‘False Charges’: Will The Real Anti-Semite Please Stand Up?”


One thought on “Will the IHRA make antisemites out of Jews, Prophets, and God?

  • Delano Muhammad

    I live in close proximity to the Synagogue in Washinton, DC, and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has taught me that it is my duty to defend the Synagogue, Church or Cloister against attack; any house wherein Allah God’s name is remembered! How could he be a defender and a hater at the same time?


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