Wikipedia Deletes Article on True Torah Jews Against Zionism

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Vatic Note:  I first learned about the manipulation of wikipedia by Israeli Cyber Warriors on Veterans Today site, and so far they have been right about Wikipedia and this below confirms it.   These two organizations have no connection or tie in, so this observation is from their personal experience.  Veterans to day also did independant research confirming Israeli's hand in manipulating wikipedia to favor the view of Zionism.
We have done numberous blogs on the real Torah Jews and how they are being vilified for things they have not done, rather are used by the Zionists khazars as cover for their dirty deeds.   Religious Jews are considered by Zionists as pathetic, weak, and unable to do what it takes to make their mark.  In other words, they are too loving, forgiving, God loving spirit beings.  Its unlikely many of us have ever met a real  religious Jew.  I was lucky in School to have had on
as a debate partner, and that was how I knew something was wrong and began this journey down the Khazar rabbithole.

Sure enough, I found out the Real Jews were a gentle people like their Palestinian brothers and that the picture put out by the Khazars was just another deception  so they would not be held accountable for their actions, rather the Real Jews would pay the price and they did in WW II.  They were blamed for the boycott in WW II against Germany,  and the Zionists were the ones that called for that boycott, not the real Jews.

Wikipedia Deletes Article on True Torah Jews Against Zionism
by True Torah Jews, Admin
June 5, 2008
                            (notice the sign says "State of Israel" The 
                    Greatest Oppression of Religious Jews Globally)

Wikipedia editors deleted yesterday a lengthy article detailing the history and activities of True Torah Jews Against Zionism, from its founding by the Satmar Rav in 1955 under the name "Ichud Olami" through its website, activities and publicity in the present decade.

The article had been marked for deletion for some time, mainly due to the fact that it was originally only three lines long and spoke in very general terms. It was not obvious to the reader who exactly the organization represented, who ran it, and what its positions were.

During the last week prior to the deletion, someone did a complete makeover of the article, explaining the organization's position, the meaning of the name Natruna, and citing historical material from a Yiddish pamphlet published in December 2007 called "Natruna and its Activities". The article read:

"Jews Against Zionism (Full name: True Torah Jews Against Zionism) is a religious-political movement and non-profit organization. It argues by the use of quotes from the Torah, and the history of Zionism, that the ideology of Zionism is in total opposition to the teachings of traditional Judaism. The organization was founded in 2001 in Brooklyn, New York by several members of the Satmar Chassidic sect."
The organization is also known within the Jewish community by the name Natruna. Natruna is an Aramaic word meaning "waiting" and is intended as a reference to a Midrashic commentary, Pesikta Derav Kahana, on Exodus 12:6, which states that the Jewish people will be redeemed from their final exile in the merit of their waiting patiently for the redemption.


The idea of establishing a public relations office to spread the views of anti-Zionist Jewry and to counter Zionist propaganda originated with Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum, the Satmar Rebbe (1887-1979). On February 20, 1955, Rabbi Teitelbaum called a gathering of activists from 37 different Jewish groups in the Viener Synagogue in Williamsburg, at which he established an organization called Ichud Olami Lemaan Chizuk Hadas the World Federation for the Furtherance of Torah.
On the stationery of the organization, the following were listed as members of the Rabbinic Committee: Rabbi Avraham Shlomo Katz, Rabbi Dovid Jungreis, Rabbi Yissachar Dov Rothenberg, Rabbi Mordechai Savitzky, Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Friedman, and Rabbi Shimon Yisroel Posen. The organization rented a Manhattan office at 246 Fifth Avenue, as well as a Brooklyn office at 134 Broadway.

On June 27, 1957, Rabbi Teitelbaum called a second gathering in his house, at which he exhorted his students to make sure the World Federation continued to exist and publicize the views of anti-Zionist Jewry. He recognized that many official Jewish organizations might not want to join the Federation; nevertheless, he said, there were surely individuals in every group and community who would want to join. He asked his activists to recruit 1000 members from all communities, each member paying $10 annually.

As late as 1967, the World Federation still existed and was mentioned by Rabbi Teitelbaum in a speech in connection with the battle over forced autopsies in the State of Israel. However, no mention of it was made for the next 34 years, although the Satmar community continued to hold periodic demonstrations against Zionism.

In 2001 the organization was re-established under the name True Torah Jews Against Zionism. The organization's website was launched in 2002 in response to a widespread demand from the public for more information about the subject of religious Jewish opposition to Zionism.


Over the past seven years, Jews Against Zionism has placed several advertisements in the Washington Post and the Washington Times, as well as on the radio.

On its website, Jews Against Zionism features coverage of current events with their comments, historical information about Zionism and Judaism, quotations from famous rabbis, an online bookstore, weekly commentary on the Torah, and an archive of questions asked by visitors and the answers they were given.

The question and answer archive gives a unique picture of the major arguments of the Zionists and anti-Zionists, as the visitors and the staff writers of the site debate the issues, sometimes heatedly.
Some of the writers for the website are: Hersh Lowenthal, Reuven Waxman, Leizer Fishberg, Moshe Jakubowitz and Yirmiyahu Cohen. The website features endorsements from several rabbis from various circles, including Satmar, Brisk, Sephardic and Lithuanian.
Jews Against Zionism has published two books, Efes Biltecha Goaleinu in Hebrew and In the Footsteps of the Flock in English.

Jews Against Zionism is neutral in the Satmar succession dispute, and they are endorsed by prominent rabbis from both Rabbi Aaron and Rabbi Zalman Leib Teitelbaum's factions of the community.
The largest recent outpouring of support for Jews Against Zionism came on December 3, 2007 when over 1500 people attended an inspirational banquet in Brooklyn to benefit the organization.
The event was covered by the Satmar community's two major Yiddish language newspapers, Der Yid

and Der Blatt

The above article was completely deleted on June 4, and instead four lines were inserted into the Wikipedia article on anti-Zionism:

"True Torah Jews Against Zionism is a religious-political movement and non-profit organization that was founded in 2001 in Brooklyn, New York by several members of the Satmar Chassidic sect. The organization operates by media outreach (including advertisements and radio as well as the publication of books Efes Biltecha Goaleinu in Hebrew and In the Footsteps of the Flock in English) and maintains an active website."

One would have hoped that an impartial online source like Wikipedia would not engage in the suppression of such valuable information. The deletion is especially glaring in view of the fact that Wikipedia has over 2.3 million articles, including many articles about minor performers, individual movies and books, and tiny organizations.

One unregistered user expressed it well in his comment during the deletion debate:

"I'm a Satmar member who can attest to the fact that this organization
takes its philosophy from the teachings of the Satmar rabbi Joel
Tietelbaum, and its financial support from his today's over 120,000
(according to latest news reports) followers. 

"I now recall a morning in the summer of 2005 as I entered the main
synagogue in Kiryas Joel, a Satmar village in upstate New York with
15,000 residents. I met a huge poster stating: Support True Torah
Jews. I followed a call from Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum, chief rabbi of
Kiryas Joel, to support this organization. I took out my wallet and
found my last twenty dollars. I made my donation and walked away with
an empty wallet. 

"It's possible that the three above mentioned rabbis serve as an
editorial board, but they are certainly not "the only" rabbis behind
True Torah Jews. 

"One should not expect as many Satmar internet users to notice this
discussion as Zionist do, since Satmar educates its members to refrain
from internet as much as possible. This vote will probably be decided
by two types of voters; the ones who are truly unaware of, and the
others who are truly biased against True Torah Jews. 

"In the recent 6 months, I've come to rely on Wikipedia as my
encyclopedia. It will be devastating to learn that I was only reading
the side of the story allowed by interest groups. I will be shocked to
see an article deleted because some people, who can't tolerate
criticism against the Zionist cause, are better positioned on
Wikipedia. Finally, it will also be informative to John Mearsheimer
and Stephen Walt that the list of Israeli targets for censorship now
includes Wikipedia, with quite some success!"

The article is reproduced in accordance with Section 107 of title 17 of the Copyright Law of the United States relating to fair-use and is for the purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.


Nalliah said...

According to Zionist's Torah. Abram was born and raised in Ur. Abram was in fact a Sumerian (Iraqi). He then traveled to be Initiated in Egypt by the TEMPLE PRIEST. His devotion to the MYSTERIES brought him favour of the Priest Class. The "god" which Abram served was possibly Marduk. This is evident by how Abram married his half sister and the theft of gold and silver from weaker tribes.
As a matter of fact the so-called Exodus did not occur as written in the Torah. For it would be impossible for 500,000 to 1 Million "hebrews" to remain "lost" in the Sinai. Egypt had military outpost all throughout the area to protect trade routes to the East.
I could go on debunking the writings of the Torah. What is the most glaring example is the word for word copying of the Epic of Gilgamesh. Compare the writings of Sumeria to the Torah. And there is not much difference.
And when you see that the Sumerian stories are 2000 years older than the Torah. You begin to get the idea that you have been decieved and lied to your entire life.
And that's enough for me to call what the Torah and their followers what they are....FRAUDS!

Vatic Master said...

Nalliah, if true, you have contributed quite a find for us. Since I have an open mind, I would like to pursue this line a bit further and document it. Do you have links to these facts you presented above? If you do would you please be willing to share them with us or at least email them to me. Thanks a bunch and I look forward to hearing from you on that.

If proven true, then this would fit with our contention that we get as much from our readers as we give. Thanks for that.