If you're intending to persuade me to use some foul language like your friend Sokrates usually does, then you're wrong.
You do lose your cool frequently.
I will just reverse the question back to you: are you taking your role as a racist not a little too serious?
Oh, good. So are not calling me an anti-Semite, but a racist, and a...
nobody who just claims to know everything about the subject he hates.
Which subject do I hate now?
That's all I am going to say about it.
That reminds me of a film I saw :)
And the difference with a extremist religious muslim or hardcore-Christian being...?
You haven't done your homework that I assigned you. You should have read on:
Professor Isreal Shahak
Instead of simply publishing the incident in the press, I asked for a meeting which is composed of rabbis nominated by the State of Israel. I asked them whether such behavior was consistent with their interpretation of the Jewish religion. They answered that the Jew in question had behaved correctly, indeed piously, and backed their statement by referring me to a passage in an authoritative compendium of Talmudic laws, written in this century.
I reported the incident to the main Hebrew daily, Ha'aretz, whose publication of the story caused a media scandal.
The results of the scandal were, for me, rather negative. Neither the Israeli, nor the diaspora, rabbinical authorities ever reversed their ruling that a Jew should not violate the Sabbath in order to save the life of a Gentile. They added much sanctimonious twaddle to the effect that if the consequence of such an act puts Jews in danger, the violation of the Sabbath is permitted, for their sake.
You surely don't need to be pointed out all the restrictions that were imposed on them from the start?
What do restrictions have to do with their belief and conduct toward non-Jews? Besides, self-imposed restrictions were far more constricting, but you know nothing about that. Yet.
BTW, Israel Shahak was a Polish Jew.