Extremist rabbi calling for killing non-jews to be rewarded
The occupation regime intends to reward the so-called cleric zionist rabbi who has applauded the killing of non-Jews, especially the Muslims and Palestinians.
According to a zionist newspaper, the zionist terror gang education minister Rabbi Rafi Peretz and terrorists' transportation minister Bezalel Smotrich will honor rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, who praised the 1994 massacre in the al-Khalil city and was previously charged with inciting racism.
The ministers will speak at a Thursday event during which a prize will be awarded to Ginsburgh.
The US-born rabbi is known for publishing a pamphlet praising the actions of terrorist Baruch Goldstein, who in 1994 carried out the massacre at the Ibrahimi Mosque, in which he martyred 29 Muslims and injured dozens as they were praying.
Ginsburgh is also among the rabbis who endorsed the book "The King’s Torah," which discusses circumstances in which jews may kill non-jews according to jewish law.
The prize will be awarded under the auspices of an institution called the "Cathedra for Torah and Wisdom," which receive financial support from the education ministry’s department for jewish culture.