The ‘Jewish Prophetess’ mocks Jesus

Popular American Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman, 45, never misses a chance to joke about prophet Jesus (as) and Christians. On December 25, 2015, she tweeted to 7.5 million of her fans: MARRY CHRITMAS! Jesus was gender fluid!

The message, not only angered her Christian fans – it also provided another opportunity for the Islam-bashing Zionist filth. Several of her Jewish fans challenged her to make fun of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) over Muslim Eid.

Naturally, the Zionist filth in their self-denial don’t want to admit that while Jewish Holy Talmud insults Jesus, his mother Mary and Christians in general – Muhammad or Ahmed is not even mentioned in the Scripture. Why? Because Talmud was written by racist rabbis over 500 years before the appearance of Islam in Arabia.

Furthermore, Islam’s two Eid festivals have nothing to do with the Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh) birthday. Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated at the end of a month-long fasting, and Eid ul-Adha is pilgrimage to Makkah to commemorate prophet Abraham’s (as) offering of his son Ishamel to his Lord.

A few years ago, Sarah Silverman was recorded saying: I would kill Christ again. Watch her below.

Sarah Silverman, like her French fellow Jew Francois Hollande, doesn’t believe in marriage institution. She had Jimmy Kimmel in her bed for five years, followed by actor Michael Sheen since January 2014.

Sarah Silverman comes from a pro-Israel kosher family. One of 4 Silverman sisters, Susan Silverman is an Israeli rabbi. Rabbi Susan Silverman belongs to Reformed Judaism. She is member of the so-called the “Women of the Wall” movement in Israel. The group has been protesting against being not allowed to pray at the Holy Wailing Wall near Islam’s third sacred mosque, the Al-Aqsa Mosque. She was one of the ten women detained by the Jewish police for praying at the so-called Wailing Wall. Susan also has the honor to be among the Top 50 American Jews (2013) including Pope Francis.

In May 2010, Rabbi Susan Silverman in an interview with Israeli daily Ha’aretz, compared her younger sister, American comedian, Sarah Silverman, being a Jewish prophetess.

The truth is, I really think of Sarah – you might laugh, but I’m actually not joking – as like a biblical prophet, Sarah is really calling out the ills of the society. She is saying: I’m not interested in your rituals, in what you pray and what you say. I’m interested in the fact that we live in this really racist society, that we live in this really violent world. She is interested in the (same) things that G-d actually is interested in, Susan told Raphael Ahren.

In March 2013, during an interview with Jian Ghomeshi at CBC Radio’s Q, Rabbi Susan Silverman called her comedian sister prophetic.

The difference between me and my sister is that she is way more prophetic than I will ever be. She’s in the line of the prophets in a way I could never hope to be. Her insights into society, and naming what we need to understand as a society, is truly in the line of the prophets, she said.

Rabbi Susan Silverman repeated the same claim about her sister Sarah during her recent interview with Israeli daily, Yediot Achronot, published under the heading, Sister of the Prophetess.


2 responses to “The ‘Jewish Prophetess’ mocks Jesus

  1. While it’s not very enlightening to have scraps of thought- single sentences or parts of sentences- from people that you despise or want to ridicule, tossed out like red meat to hungry dogs, you don’t really do much in the way of giving anyone (except your devotees) a reason to think, and weigh evidence, and make judgments about your “subject of the day”. Comedians are much like politicians… and will say things to shock- and get your attention- so that they can continue on to make their point (or create discomfort among the comfortable… much like prophets did, and do, today), and maybe cause some laughter in their audience. I am sure you recognize this. You’re also probably familiar with the term “cheap shot”.
    Happy New Year. ^..^

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