Racism explained and justified by the Chief
Rabbi Racist of Israel
During lesson discussing blessing of trees and ’strange creatures‘, Sephardi chief rabbi offers Talmudic exceptional examples in which ‚Negroes‘ should be blessed: ‚when their parents are both white and they have a monkey.‘
Chief rabbi calls black people ‘monkeys’
The Sephardic chief rabbi of Israel called black people “monkeys” during his weekly sermon on Saturday evening.
Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef was addressing Jewish legal aspects of the blessing on seeing fruit trees blossoming, during the current Hebrew month of Nissan, and, specifically, whether one should bless one tree or at least two.
In that context, he mentioned a blessing uttered upon seeing an “unusual creature,” citing the example of encountering a black person who has two white parents on the street in America.
In footage aired by the Ynet news site, Yosef could be seen referring to black people…
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