November 9, 2009:
*“If we kill a gentile who has sinned or has violated one of the seven commandments… there is nothing wrong with the murder,” Shapira wrote, according to Hebrew-language Israeli newspaper Maariv."
He added, “Citizens [of the enemy nation] contribute to the war… So any citizen who supports the war or the fighters or expresses satisfaction with their deeds - the killing is permitted.
Even babies and children are fair targets, “if it is clear they will grow up to harm us,” the rabbi wrote. “If hurting an evil leader’s children will pressure him to stop acting maliciously - you can hurt them,” the newspaper reported, quoting Shapira.”*
Now what is the difference between that Rabbi and any Muslim cleric who brainwash his Muslims to kill infidels, in my opinion they are both in the same boat.
It seems that Rabbi based his guidelines on some quotes from the OT where the ancient Jews were told to kill to protect themselves (where Jesus line was to come), but after Jesus crucifixion and the fulfilment of the requirements of judgement regarding the original sin, YHWH’s Word said “love your enemies”, which both Jews & Muslims have rejected, and that will continue to be the case till the second coming of Jesus to end this evil world.