Sarah Schneider: “Iran and Its Jewish Connection”
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“It is also interesting to note that the word Aryan, in Hebrew, actually means lion-like, and that one and a half thousand years before Esther honored Ahashverosh with the title of lion, Jacob (Abraham’s grandson) blesses his son Yehuda / Judah (the one whose name represents the entire Jewish people, who are called Yehudim, i.e., Jews) with the following words: “Young lion (aryeh), Judah, you have risen from prey, my son. He crouches like a lion, like an awesome lion, who will dare rouse him?” In fact, an emblem among Jews almost as common as the Jewish Star is the Lion of Judah. It is a strange irony that these Aryans, who seem, at least recently, to have such compelling hatred for the Jewish race, might actually trace their leonine (synonym for Aryan) roots to Abraham, the first Jew.” — Sarah Schneider
That paragraph above (from the article linked, above), has a few problems with it. Let’s work our way backwards…
FIRST OF ALL… LAST FOUR WORDS — “ABRAHAM, THE FIRST JEW.”
Abraham was a man named Abram (see 1 Chronicles 1:27). He was to be the father of many nations (Genesis 17:5 — Neither shall thy name any more be called Abram, but thy name shall be Abraham; for a father of many nations have I made thee.). He was Hebrew (see Gen 14:13).
If you don’t know that much about the Holy Bible, every now and then you’ll get to read certain books containing certain bloodlines. Most of the time, it’d be the bloodlines concerned with Israel and its tribes. Exploring Judah as one of its tribes, let’s see what Schneider states.
Quoting a portion of Schneider’s quote from above,
Jacob (Abraham’s grandson) blesses his son Yehuda / Judah (the one whose name represents the entire Jewish people, who are called Yehudim, i.e., Jews)
The bloodline dictated by the Holy Bible, starting with Abraham, goes:
- Jacob (also known as Israel — the patriarch of the 12 tribes of Israel)
- Twelve tribes of Israel, Judah being the fourth child out of twelve.
See Matthew 1:2 and other various locations. The King James Version may call Judah, Judas, in translation from Greek to English.
Fact being portrayed: If Jews came from the bloodline of Judah only (Judah (the one whose name represents the entire Jewish people,… i.e., Jews)), then Abraham wasn’t a Jew.
Abraham was the great grandfather of Judah, purportedly also a Jew, without being a direct familial link through Judah’s tribal bloodline. That is the view that Schneider has, without any recognition of what a genealogy is, among many other Jews that also claim that the many ancient Israelites in Egypt before the Exodus, all twelve tribes — JEWS!
Well, you’ve got to give her some effort, though… She defines what a Jew is, who Abraham is, but sadly, puts Abraham in the same lineage as a Jew.
Is it possible that these people do not actually believe what is written within the text that they profess to believe in? A holy text that certain people claim to be historically true, spiritually important to them? That commentaries in the form of the (Babylonian) Talmud were needed? To say how unclear their Torah (aka: the Pentateuch, first five books of the Holy Bible) was, that an oral law was needed?
Now, I’m a believer in the Holy Bible, and that is a choice, by any means for each individual. But, I guess there is a lot to be believed and not believed in this world. If the Jews believed in their own lies, then so be it, but don’t be surprised that the day will come when they will call those that expose their created fables and lies as ‘anti-semitic’, or ‘racist’.