>Konchok Penday (KP@net-prophet.net) wrote:
>>>And the Jews have stated for thousands of years
>>>that even the best of the goyim should be killed.
>>     Is this stated in the Talmud?  Where?
>>     Homer

>I don't have copies of these books, so
>I can't confirm these cites from originals
>and you'll have to do your own checking,
>but this will give you a hot list to start:

     Only Jews are human.  [Gentiles] are animals.  (Baba Mezia

     For murder, whether of a Cuthean [Gentile] by a Cuthean, or of an
Israelite by a Cuthean, punishment is incurred; but of a Cuthean by an
Israelite, there is no death penalty.  (Sanhedrin 57a)10

     Even the best of the [Gentiles] should be killed.  (Babylonian

     If a Jew is tempted to do evil he should go to a city where he is
not known and do the evil there.  (Moed Kattan 17a.)

     Gentiles' flesh is as the flesh of asses and whose issue is like
the issue of horses.12

     If a heathen [Gentile] hits a Jew, the Gentile must be killed.
Hitting a Jew is hitting God.  (Sanhedrin 58b.)13

     If an ox of an Israelite gores an ox of a Canaanite there is no
liability; but if an ox of a Canaanite [Gentile] gores an ox of an
Israelite...the payment is to be in full.  (Baba Kamma 37b.)14

     If a Jew finds an object lost by a heathen [Gentile] it does not
have to be returned.  (Baba Mezia 24a; Affirmed also in Baba Kamma

     God will not spare a Jew who 'marries his daughter to an old man
or takes a wife for his infant son or returns a lost article to a
Cuthean [Gentile]...  (Sanhedrin 76a.)16

     What a Jew obtains by theft from a Cuthean [Gentile] he may keep.
(Sanhedrin 57a.)17

     [Gentiles] are outside the protection of the law and God has
'exposed their money to Israel.' (Baba Kamma 37b.)18

     Jews may use lies ('subterfuges') to circumvent a [Gentile].
(Baba Kamma 113a.)19

     All [Gentile] children are animals.  (Yebamoth 98a.)20

     [Gentiles] prefer sex with cows.  (Abodah Zarah 22a-22b.)21

     The vessels of [Gentiles], do they not impart a worsened flavor
to the food cooked in them?  (Abodah Zarah 67b.)22

     9.Talmud.  (1935).  Soncino Edition.

     10.Talmud, Sanhedrin (1935).  Soncino Edition.  p.388.

     11.Funk And Wagnalls Jewish Encyclopedia.  (1907).  Gentile.  New
York.  p.617.

     12.Talmud.  (1935).  Baba Mezia.  Soncino Edition.  114a-114b.

     13.Funk And Wagnalls Jewish Encyclopedia.  (1907).  Gentile.  New
York.  p.621.

     14.Talmud, Sanhedrin (1935).  Soncino Edition.  58b.  p.398.

     15.Talmud, Baba Kamma.  (1935).  Soncino Edition.  p.211.

     16.Talmud, Baba Kamma.  (1935).  Soncino Edition.  p.666.

     17.Talmud, Sanhedrin (1935).  Soncino Edition.  76a.  p.470.

     18.Talmud, Sanhedrin (1935).  Soncino Edition.  57a.  p.388.

     19.Talmud, Baba Kamma.  (1935).  Soncino Edition.  37b.

     20.Talmud, Baba Kamma.  (1935).  Soncino Edition.  p.664-665.

     21.Talmud, Yebamoth.  (1936).  Soncino Edition.  98a.

     22.Talmud, Abodah Zarah.  (1935).  Soncino Edition.  22a-b.