There are two versions of the Talmud: the Babylonian Talmud and the Jerusalem Talmud. Of the two, the former is considered more authoritative.
The Talmud is a massive book. As one commentator puts it, it’s an almost endless book with another book inside of it. It purports to explain not only the written Torah (the five book of Moses), but also nearly everything that pertains to life for the Jewish people. (Some people confuse the Talmud with the Torah, and that is a huge but elementary mistake.)
These interpretations and explanations are designed to make the scriptural writings fit within the external framework of what the rabbis consider proper Jewish life, which is a direct reversal of biblical practice of exegesis.
Heinrich Graetz, arguably one of the most exponents of Jewish historiography, states, “Every righteous and moral deed, as well as every misdeed, possessed its religious importance” in the Talmud…
Everyone knows that the U.S. and its allies have heavily backed Islamic terrorists in Syria in an attempt to implement regime change in that country.
But did you know that the U.S. previously carried out regime change in Syria?
As early as 1949, this newly independent Arab republic was an important staging ground for the CIA’s earliest experiments in covert action.
The CIA secretly encouraged a right-wing military coup in 1949.
The reason the U.S. initiated the coup? Little explains:
In late 1945, the Arabian American Oil Company (ARAMCO) announced plans to construct the Trans-Arabian Pipe Line (TAPLINE) from Saudi Arabia to the Mediterra- nean. With U.S. help, ARAMCO secured rights-of-way from Lebanon, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The Syrian right-of-way was stalled in parliament.
In other words, Syria was the sole holdout for the lucrative oil pipeline…
The JFK assassination, the Oklahoma City Bombing, the Boston Marathon Bombing, the London Subway Bombings and the events of 9/11, nothing ever changes. The public is looking at either a massive series of coverups or unwarranted secrecy with regard to the evidence leading to each crime.
The ink is dry on each on of these investigations, however, the government still withholds the evidence from public scrutiny like we are a bunch of little children too emotionally fragile to handle the truth. In each case, the actions of the government, related to needless secrecy, invites conspiracy theories. Therefore, once again, I add my voice in unison with the other voices who demand transparency in order that the public can determine if they agree with the government’s findings in each one of these cases…