Chief Rabbi Tells Pope Francis to 'Repent' for the 'Sin' of Criticizing Israeli Terrorism in GazaChris Menahan
Dec. 20, 2023
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Warren Goldstein, the Chief Rabbi of South Africa, told Pope Francis to "repent" for his "sin" of criticizing Israel's slaughter of civilians in Gaza as "terrorism."
In a video released Tuesday on social media, Goldstein invoked the Holocaust, suggested Catholics were culpable for the event, and -- while sounding like a timeshare salesman -- presented Pope Francis with the "historic opportunity" to "atone for the sins of Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church during the Holocaust."
"Your Church and predecessor stood by while the first Holocaust was perpetrated and now there are forces that seek a second Holocaust," Goldstein claimed.
He went on to insist that Iran wants to "exterminate Israel" and excoriated the Pope for not speaking out against them.
"Pope Francis, to repent on behalf of the Catholic Church, you must not stand by as a passive bystander like Pope Pius XII did during the first Holocaust while Iran seeks to perpetrate a second one," Goldstein said, shifting the focus from Israel's brutal war in Gaza to a third party.
From The Jerusalem Post, Pope 'colluding with forces of evil' against Jews, South Africa's chief rabbi says:
Pope Francis is repeating "the sins of Pius XII" and "surreptitiously colluding with the forces of evil," Chief Rabbi of South Africa, Dr. Warren Goldstein, said in an opinion video he shared on social media on Tuesday.*Cue laugh track.*
In his closing remarks, Goldstein urged Pope Francis to support Israel's fight against Hamas, highlighting the shared threats to Jews and Christians.If you don't support Israel's explicitly religious "war of extermination" to "wipe out Amalek" then you're "evil," at least according to Rabbi Goldstein's logic.
Pope Francis on Sunday condemned Israel's assassination of a Christian mother and daughter at a church in Gaza as "terrorism."
Israel responded two days later by bearing false witnesses against the pair and trying to smear them as "Hamas spotters."
They're now blaming Catholics for the Holocaust and trying to use high-pressure sales tactics against the Pope to get him to sign off on their slaughter.
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