April 17, 2014 Special Dispatch No. 5714

Article In Egyptian Magazine: 'The Jews Can Rejoice In Their Holidays Only If They Eat Matza Laced With The Blood Of Non-Jews'

April 17, 2014
Egypt | Special Dispatch No. 5714

On the occasion of Passover, Egyptian journalist Firnas Hafzi wrote in an article titled "The Jewish Bloodsuckers On Passover" that Jews kill non-Jews during this holiday in order to use their blood in preparing matzas. Quoting researchers who describe this alleged Jewish custom, she listed many alleged cases, including the 1840 Damascus blood libel. She added that as part of their efforts to disassociate themselves from these murders, the Jews wrote stories and made films about vampires, or else blamed their crimes on deranged individuals. The murders that the Jews are known to have committed as part of their Passover rituals, she said, are "a drop in the ocean compared to the Jewish crimes that no one knows about" and thousands of children and adults who have vanished around the world were likely victims of these Jewish rituals.

Hafzi. Source: Al-Kibar, Egypt, April 14, 2014.

The article, accompanied by reproductions of well-known antisemitic illustrations and paintings, was published in the Egyptian monthly magazine Al-Kibar, which was founded in July 2013 following the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood regime; its articles deal mostly with the economy, art, and society.

The claim that Jews use blood in preparing their matzas was also made on the website, which describes itself as the "educational portal" of the Egyptian daily Al-Yawm Al-Sabi'. An article titled "The Bloodsucking Jews Kill Children And Offer Them Up As A Sacrifice," which purported to reveal "the terrifying truth about the Jews," stated that one of their Passover rituals is baking matzas with human blood, and that rabbis slaughter children as part of witchcraft rituals.[1]

The following are excerpts from Hafzi's article:[2]

The Jews Use Blood In Their Passover, Purim And Circumcision Rituals, And In Acts Of Witchcraft

"The festival of Passover, Pessah in Hebrew, is considered one of the most important Jewish holidays. The Israelis celebrate it to commemorate the exodus from Egypt under the leadership of Moses, and their rescue from the tyranny of the Pharaoh at that time…

"According to the Book of Genesis and the Book of Exodus, and the traditional Jewish commentaries on them, the Children of Israel were slaves of the Egyptians. They rebelled against the Pharaohs and spent 40 years in the Sinai [desert] until they settled in the land of Canaan. During their trek in the Sinai desert, God gave Moses and the Children of Israel His 10 commandments and made them a united people. That is why many Jews ascribe national significance to Passover, in addition to its religious significance, and regard it as the festival of freedom or the birth of the Jewish nation…

"This holiday takes on special significance because the Jews believe God himself led them and freed them from bondage. Since they were forced to flee at night and to make haste, in fear of pursuit, they had to prepare their bread quickly before [the dough] could rise, [and thus it became] matzas. That is why the Jews eat matzas during the third week of Nissan (April) and hold sacred celebrations at the beginning and at the end of the holiday, in which they offer up prayers and sacrifices.

"In another stage of the Passover celebrations, [the Jews] combined the preparation of matzas and the offering up of sacrifices with their enmity towards non-Jews, especially Christians, and mixed the blood of one of their victims into the matza [dough. This was done] especially on Passover, Purim and circumcision rituals. They also used blood in acts of sorcery and witchcraft, as stated in Isaiah 57:4-5: 'Are you not children of transgression, the offspring of deceit, you who burn with lust among the oaks, under every green tree, who slaughter your children in the valleys, under the clefts of the rocks?'

Images from the article. Al-Kibar, Egypt, April 14, 2014

"The most well-known incident which demonstrates how the Jews managed to shed the blood of many innocent people occurred on February 6, 1840, when a Catholic monk named Toma, an Italian living in Damascus, disappeared along with his servant. The Catholic monks said that the Jews had slaughtered him according to their rituals. The unusual appearance of his body, which was found dismembered, indicated that his blood had been drained. After [Damascus] Governor Sharif Pasha searched the Jewish neighborhood and captured seven of them, the neighborhood barber confessed to slaughtering the monk, and admitted that the whole affair had been [carried out] according to what is written in the Talmud about the need to bake matzas with Christian or Muslim blood. He also confessed to killing the servant. The citizens, outraged, attacked the Jewish neighborhood and burned and destroyed synagogues in Damascus, Beirut and Izmir.

"The ancient historian Josephus [Flavius] also mentioned that [the Jews] drank the blood of their victims and mixed it into the matza dough, and also ate some of [the victims'] flesh.

"The German Dr. Edric Biskof [sic., should be Erich Bischoff] likewise noted that one of the commandments of the Jewish [religion] is to kill strangers, who are like beasts. This killing, [he wrote,] has to be done in the lawful method. Those who do not ascribe themselves to the Jewish religious law must be offered up as sacrifices to the High God. Richard Francis Burton, who examined the Talmud and its attitude towards non-Jews in his 1898 book The Jew, The Gypsy and El Islam, admitted on page 81: 'The Talmud declares that there are two kinds of blood pleasing to the Lord, viz: (1) that of the Paschal holocaust; (2) that of circumcision.'"

Image from the article. Al-Kibar, Egypt, April 14, 2014

The Victim's Blood Is Drained By Placing Him In A Needle-Lined Barrel, By Slaughtering Him Like A Sheep, Or By Slashing His Veins

"The draining of the victims' blood is done in [several ways. One method is] by means of a barrel lined with needles. This is a barrel the size of the victim's body, with sharp needles that stick into all his limbs when he is placed in it, so that his blood slowly trickles down from every part of his body. This entails excruciating torment, which gives pleasure to the Jews who become drunk with joy at the sight of the blood dripping from the victim's [body] to the bottom of the barrel and into a container placed there to collect it. [Another method] is to slaughter the victim like a sheep and collecting his blood in a vessel, or else slashing the victim's veins in numerous places so that the blood flows from the wounds into the vessels. Then the blood is handed to a rabbi who prepares a matza laced with human blood in order to please the Jewish god, Jehovah, who thirsts for blood. The Jews can rejoice in their holidays only if they eat matza laced with the blood of non-Jews.

Image from the article. Al-Kibar, Egypt, April 14, 2014

"Based on this false [narrative] in the Torah and this barbaric behavior anchored in delusions, we can understand what motivates the Zionist leaders to kill Arab children in Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine. Former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir once said, insolently, 'whenever I hear of the birth of an Arab child I cannot sleep at night.'

"Arnold Leese, a Briton who fought against the Jews' crimes and the Jewish control over the world, listed the main cases of [victims] slaughtered by Jews in the West, both the well-known [cases] and those that are not well-known, in his 1938 book Jewish Ritual Murder. Here are some examples [from the book]: In 1171 in Blois, France, during the Jewish Passover, the body of a young Christian man named Harold was found in the river. His blood had been drained for ritual purposes. It was proven that the Jews were behind the murder and several of them were executed. In 1192, in Winchester, Britain, during the Passover, [another] young man was found crucified and drained of blood. In 1287 in Berne, Switzerland, a child named Rudolph was slaughtered during the Passover at the home of a rich Jew named Matlr [sic., should be Matter]. The Jews confessed to the crime and many of them were executed. The Church proclaimed the boy a saint and a martyr, and the town put up a statue in the Jewish neighborhood of a Jew eating a young boy, in order to remind the Jews of their barbaric crimes. In 1462 in Innsbruck, Austria, a young man named Andreas was sold to the Jews and they slaughtered him on a rock in the forest and used his blood for their holiday. When the crime was discovered, the Jews fled across the border and none of them were tried. In 1468 in Segovia, Spain, the Jews crucified a Christian boy and shed his blood before Passover. The incident was investigated and a court sentenced several Jews to death. In 1881, a Jew traveled from Cairo to Port Said, entered a Greek café with a young woman aged under 18, and started to ply her with such enormous [quantities] of wine that it drew the attention of the Greek café owner. The next day the girl was found with her throat slit. This incident terrified the Egyptians at the time."

"The Jewish Crimes Which Came To Light… Are A Drop In The Ocean Compared To The Jewish Crimes No One Knows About"

"[However,] the Jewish crimes which came to light throughout history and which were investigated and tried are a drop in the ocean compared to the Jewish crimes that no one knows about. The thousands of children and others who vanish around the world are probably victims of Jewish rituals. Their blood surely lies in Jewish stomachs along with the holiday matzas.

"The Jews have tried denying that they drain the blood of non-Jews and use it in their holiday matzas, and they continue to deny it. Rabbi Moussa Abu 'Afia [one of the Jews implicated in the 1840 Damascus blood libel] converted to Islam during the investigation into the [murder] of Father Toma in order to escape punishment. He gave important testimony regarding the Talmud and the directions it contains that hint at crimes and barbarity.

"As part of the efforts to deny [the Jewish crimes], Jewish Americans wrote stories about vampires in the 1970s, in order to disassociate themselves from the accusation of sucking human blood and deceive [the mechanisms of] justice. During that period they spent millions on Dracula films, in order to deceive world public opinion. They claimed that those who slaughter children and adults and suck their blood are lunatics and that all this has nothing to do with them and their religious rituals. On February 14, 1964, the [Egyptian] magazine Al-Musawwar published a story about vampires in Colombia after many [Colombian] children had been slaughtered to shed their blood. Neither the magazine nor the investigators in Colombia dreamed that the vampires might be Jews, rather than [people who] sell blood to hospitals."


[1], April 5, 2014.

[2] Al-Kibar (Egypt), April 14, 2014.

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