The Jews living in Christian Tsarist Russia routinely experienced anti-Semitic prejudice and persecution. They were often the victims of pogroms that were authorized and organized by Tsarist officials. Although the Soviet Revolution promised to end prejudice, Jew-hatred in the Soviet Union often mimicked the antisemitism that was pervasive in Christian Tsarist Russia. In this fascinating […]
Rabbi Tovia Singer responds on air to a caller’s intriguing questions: Do the Jewish People regard Mohammad as a prophet, and does the Quran, the central and most sacred religious text in Islam, contain anti-Jewish passages. In his striking response, Rabbi Singer explores famed Quranic verses and surveys the intriguing Tafsir (commentary) of Islam’s most […]
During an exciting seminar in Indonesia’s capitol, Rabbi Tovia Singer answers a provocative question from an audience member: Do the Jewish people believe that Jesus was a bastard? Don’t miss Rabbi Singer’s response. (With Indonesian translation)
Rabbi Tovia Singer illustrates how the book of John stereotyped the Jewish people for all time as an icon of unredeemed humanity: the image of a blind, stubborn, carnal and demonic nation. This dehumanization, no doubt, is the vehicle that formed the psychological prerequisite to the Church’s unrelenting atrocities against Jewish people centuries later.