The newly-appointed chief rabbi of the Israeli army, Colonel Eyal Karim, is on record as saying that mixing with non-Jews is a “very bad thing,” but that Jew soldiers “raping attractive Gentile women” in wartime is a good thing.
Any Gentile who made such comments would be attacked as a “Nazi” by all Jewish groups and their controlled media.
However, because it is a Jew—and a very senior one at that—making the remarks, the controlled media have hypocritically covered it up and ignored this anti-Gentile hatred, with the result that the only mention of Karim’s opinions can be found in the Jewish media—where he is treated with kid gloves.
In the Israeli-based Ynet news article titled “IDF’s chief rabbi-to-be permits raping women in wartime,” Karim’s seniority within the Israeli Defense Force was revealed.
He had, Ynet said, served as the head of the Rabbinate Department in the Military Rabbinate, is an alumnus of two leading yeshivas, and he served previously as a combat paratrooper, eventually commanding their elite reconnaissance unit.
For several years, Karim has responded to questions posed to him on the Israeli religious website “Kipa,” Ynet news went on to reveal.
One such question, Ynet reported, was “if “soldiers were permitted to rape women during war.”
Karim replied that, as part of maintaining fitness for the army and the soldiers’ morale during fighting, it is permitted to “breach” the walls of modesty and
“satisfy the evil inclination by lying with attractive Gentile women against their will, out of consideration for the difficulties faced by the soldiers and for overall success.”
The Israeli Haaretz newspaper revealed in an article dated July 13, 2016, that Colonel Karim had also advised Jews that it was a “very bad thing to fraternize with a non-Jewess.”
Asked on the “Kipa” website about verses in the book of Deuteronomy that describe how a soldier should act if he sees a beautiful woman among the enemy during wartime and wants to rape her, Karim responded:
“Although fraternizing with a non-Jewess is a very bad thing, it is allowable in war out of consideration for the difficulties of the fighters. And because the success of the collective is what mostly concerns us in war, the Torah allows the individual to satisfy his lust in the permitted conditions for the sake of the general success.”
An earlier article in Haaretz, dated July 12, 2016, revealed more of Karim’s hatred of non-Jews. Two questions posed to Karim on the “Kipa” website dealt with how to relate to the New Testament.
One reader asked whether the book should be burned, hidden or thrown in the trash, and whether it’s forbidden to read it.
Karim responded, “The Rambam* writes, ‘A Torah scroll written by a heretic shall be burned, with all the cruelty that is in it.’ I hope that answer suffices . . . the traits of justice and mercy demand that we eradicate idol worship from the world, so that the world will be better.”
Karim has also condemned homosexuals as “sick,” and said that women should not be allowed to testify in court because a “woman’s sentimental nature does not allow her to withstand a cross examination.”
* An acronym for Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (1135–1204), one of the most prolific and influential Torah scholars who is still one of the most quoted Talmudic authorities in Judaism.