ed note–a few very important things to note about this–
1. As clearly outlined in the various rabbinic opinions on this topic featured in this essay, all of this ‘wipe out Amalek’ business is from the Torah and not the Talmud.
Again, we are forced to point this out due to the preponderance of ‘experts’ out there today chirping the nonsense that today’s Jews and the Judaism they follow eschew the ‘holy’ teachings of the Torah in favor of the ‘evil’ teachings of the Talmud. Nothing could be further from the truth, as the two compendia of religious literature are complementary and work cooperative with each other in the same ways that two legs are used in propelling someone forward.
Next, please note the very important section dealing with just ‘who’ modern-day ‘Amalek’ is–
‘There is no real purebred Amalek today. We cannot point at any one nation and say…
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