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Do jews worship baal?

David Chacón

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These orthodox jews, if they had the opportunity, would torture you and execute you for being an "idol worshipper". These people believe every word written in the Torah and Talmud with maximum conviction. So to them you're nothing more than an animal, that they can kill any time they want and face no consequnces for it. Orthodox jews are actually the most extremist and insane jews.

And like they themselves say, about mercy: by being merciful to the wicked, you are actually being heartless and cruel towards the righteous. By being merciful to the wicked, you are allowing them to do horrible things to the righteous and to the innocents in the future.

They twist this teaching to fall in line with their insane genocidal rhetoric and narratives, but it actually has some truth in it.
Yes I before listen one ultraortodox jew talking negative about the idolatry in YouTube. But I don't know I also listen the histories of the Baal Shem Tov, and only see their name, and he is the father of the ultraortodox Judaism, may be they worship Baalzebub or Baal. As I say I don't know if is good read or listen about all is my question, because we live in the age of information and is so easy found anything, as I say you I found the histories of the Baal Shem Tov so easy in YouTube.
 
As jews have stolen everything from their neighboring languages, they also stole the word "Baal" which means "Master" or "Lord". It was originally used for Beelzebul. It is a generic word. Baal-Zebul is another God, namely Zeus. Of course, people also called him Baal before, but jews perverted meanings later to appropriate anything they could and stole many words from their surrounding populations to form their language.


In the formative stages of Israel’s history, the presence of Baal names did not necessarily mean apostasy or even syncretism. The judge Gideon was also named Jerubbaal (Judges 6:32), and King Saul had a son named Ishbaal (I Chronicles 8:33). For those early Hebrews, “Baal” designated the Lord of Israel, just as “Baal” farther north designated the Lord of Lebanon or of Ugarit. What made the very name Baal anathema to the Israelites was the program of Jezebel, in the 9th century bce, to introduce into Israel her Phoenician cult of Baal in opposition to the official worship of Yahweh (I Kings 18). By the time of the prophet Hosea (mid-8th century bce) the antagonism to Baalism was so strong that the use of the term Baal was often replaced by the contemptuous boshet (“shame”); in compound proper names, for example, Ishbosheth replaced the earlier Ishbaal.

Further, in Hebrew: https://www.abarim-publications.com/Meaning/Baal.html
 
Yes I before listen one ultraortodox jew talking negative about the idolatry in YouTube. But I don't know I also listen the histories of the Baal Shem Tov, and only see their name, and he is the father of the ultraortodox Judaism, may be they worship Baalzebub or Baal. As I say I don't know if is good read or listen about all is my question, because we live in the age of information and is so easy found anything, as I say you I found the histories of the Baal Shem Tov so easy in YouTube.
As I say I watch one ultraortodox jew talking bad about the idolatry, and I think is a really important thing worship the images and sigils of our gods. The Baal Shem Tov, the image of him appeared to me in pinterest, I investigate and appear to me so easy the stories of the Baal Shem Tov, and the rebbe that narrate the stories appear to me so Kind, I no put my hands in the fire for them. But as I say as the Muslims divide in salaf, chiias etc.. The jews have also many sects, one of them are the ultraortodox. As I say you the rebbe that narrate the stories of the Baal Shem tov appear to me so kind, but I also listen other ultraortodox jew talking bad about the idolatry, and I love so much the idolatry.
 
Some jews will be "good" because of course these materials are meant for other jews to watch, so to them they have to be kind in order to get them to understand how "evil" idolatry is.
 
As I say I watch one ultraortodox jew talking bad about the idolatry, and I think is a really important thing worship the images and sigils of our gods. The Baal Shem Tov, the image of him appeared to me in pinterest, I investigate and appear to me so easy the stories of the Baal Shem Tov, and the rebbe that narrate the stories appear to me so Kind, I no put my hands in the fire for them. But as I say as the Muslims divide in salaf, chiias etc.. The jews have also many sects, one of them are the ultraortodox. As I say you the rebbe that narrate the stories of the Baal Shem tov appear to me so kind, but I also listen other ultraortodox jew talking bad about the idolatry, and I love so much the idolatry.
Not all Rabbis and jews appear disgusting when it comes to behavior. Some of them can appear charismatic, likeable, witty etc. They work on this specifically, because it helps them in their endeavors in many cases. Don't let them fool you though, they still believe that you are an inferior goy.

I suggest that you study more, because thinking that some orthodox jews may actually be Pagans is complete nonsense. Like it takes very basic knowledge to see that it's completely impossible and that they are the furthest people from the Gods here on Earth. They are actually the direct opposite of what the Gods represent.
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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