The Organized Jewry never liked Rabbi Joshua Trachtenberg (1904-1959) for exposing some Jewish secrets. Trachtenberg was a American rabbi belonging to the so-called Reformed Judaism. He was author of Jewish Magic and Superstition (1939) and The Devil and the Jews (Yale University, 1943).
Since the creation of the Christian Church in Rome in 325 CE, Jewish elites have been equated with Satanic cult in the Christian world for their love of usury (interest on loan), political power, and anti-national activities in every country they lived. Contrary to that, Jewish communities found more religious and social freedom under Muslim rulers.
The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia cites rabbi’s book Jewish Magic and Superstition as a rabbanical authority on these subjects.
In Jewish Religion: Its Influence Today, American Christian author Elizabeth Dilling Stokes (d. 1966) explains how the Organized Jewry (AJC, ADL, B’nai B’rith) have infiltrated all sensitive sectors of American society to subvert Christianity and national interests.
Temple Emeth where Rabbi Joshua Trachtenberg lead prayers from 1953 to 1959 has a library dedicated to him. The library contains 2000 books donated by rabbi’s surviving wife.