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  • Boycott Donald Baby Killer Trump

    The Torah speaks of a tale where the false prophet's hair was lit on fire, and was expected to burn for 1 day, but instead burned for 8. Donald Trump will make America great again, but make Israel false clay. False clay is not good for Israel. Only Palestine can be false clay stupid baby killer goyims.

  • They really should.

    The Jewish community understands Religious discrimination better than anyone. They were the victims of the worst genocide in history. Even if Donald Trump doesn't pose the same degree of threat, his rhetoric is troubling and dangerous. It can spark movements that create a culture of discrimination and intolerance that can eventually be turned back toward them.

  • Rabbis next to boycott Donald Trump's AIPAC speech.

    In news reports, it has gone on-file and on-record by leaders in the Jewish community that the rabbis will be next to boycott Donald Trump's AIPAC speech. The point that was made is that the Jewish community does not support a divide and conquer mentality or frame of mind. They support unity.

  • Yes, I think that rabbis will be next to boycott Donald Trump's AIPAC speech.

    Yes, I think that rabbis will be next to boycott Donald Trump's AIPAC speech because these religious leaders know that Trump's rhetoric is filled with hate and they don't want to stand for what Trump supports. Trump has abused different minority groups and a lot of Americans are standing up to Trump and rallying to try to stop his presidential bid.

  • Religious leaders aren't really known to get involved in politics.

    Even though Donald Trump is a terrible person who deserves to be rejected by every living being on this planet and any others in our universe, I don't feel the rabbis will get involved. The pope did have a brief say in what he thought about Trump but it didn't go very far. Politics and religion are 2 very sketchy areas of conversation. When you combine the 2 it can be disasterous for everyone. #FeelTheBern


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