FROM THE JEWISH HOLY BOOK
Rabbi Morris N. Kertzer拉比（就是犹太教的神职人员，相当于牧师或神父）毛里斯。N。克泽（他是美国犹太人社会跟其他宗教交流协会的主管） Directory of Intereligious Activities of the American Jewish Committe ，他在解释“法典”在犹太教的重要性中写到“法典由63本书组成，其中讲到法律，道德以及古代拉比写的历史，在公元500年左右被重新编辑，这本书是法律及学问的总纲要。这本书法律条文是形成犹太人宗教法律的基础 ,书也是用来训练“拉比”用的“教科书”。一直到今天犹太人的宗教的血液循环就是依照“法典。不管是保守派犹太人，改革派犹太人或者是间歇性的情绪发作，“法典”就是我们法律，风俗习惯以及纪念仪式，法典就是我的“通法”，就是我们的“上帝”。____________________
Baba Mezia, 114b法典“巴巴美智阿”114b节 “犹太人才能被称之为（人类），不是犹太人都不是（人类），都是怪兽”"The Jews are called human beings, but the non-Jews are not humans. They are beasts."
Jalkut Rubeni gadol 12b:法典“家酷特如被泥12b节”《不是犹太人的灵魂都是由不纯洁的精神而来，他们只能被称之为“猪”》 "The souls of non-Jews come from impure spirits and are called pigs."
Hadarine, 20, B; Schulchan 9ruch, Choszen Hamiszpat 348.法典”哈达林20B，书前不如克。求胜哈米兹帕特348节“一个犹太人或许可以做一个非犹太人也在做的事，但是犹太人一定要把非犹太人一片（肉）来看”（也就是说不是个东西） "A Jew may do to a non-Jewess what he can do. He may treat her as he treats a piece of meat."
Babha Bathra (54 b): 法典吧哈巴萨拉54节：所有属于国家的就像沙漠一般，第一个来的人可以占据它然后说是属于自己的“"All things pertaining to the Goim are like a desert; the first person to come along and take them can claim them for his own."
Midrasch Talpioth, p 225, Warsaw 1855: “即使上帝创造了（非犹太人）但是这些非犹太人只不过是一个人形的动物，因为犹太人不会利用动物来照顾我们，所以我们只有被人形的动物来照顾“"Even though God created the non-Jew they are still Animals in human form. It is not becoming of a Jew to be served by an animal. Therefore he will be served by animals in human form."
Schene luchoth haberuth, p 250b: “虽然非犹太人跟犹太人有一样的人类结构，但是把这些非犹太人跟犹太人比较就像猴子跟人类比较一样。” "Although the non-Jew has the same body structure as the Jew, they compare with the Jew as a monkey to a human."
Coschen Hamischpat 405: “一个正在怀孕的非犹太人比一只怀孕的动物好不了多少。 "A pregnant non-jew is no better than a pregnant animal."
Babha Kama: "The name of God is not profaned when, for example, a Jew lies to a Goi by saying: 'I gave something to your father, but he is dead; you must return it to me,' as long as the Goi does not know that you are lying."
Schulchan Aruch, Jore Dia. "A Jew is permitted to rape, cheat and perjure himself; but he must take care that he is not found out, so that Israel may not suffer."
Szaaloth-Utszabot, The Book of Jore Via 17."A Jew should and must make a false oath when the goyim asks if our books contain anything against them."
Abhodah Zarah, 22b: "Why are the Goim unclean? Because they were not present at Mount Sinai . For when the serpent entered into Eve he infused her with uncleanness. But the Jews were cleansed from this when they stood on Mount Sinai; the Goim, however, who were not on Mount Sinai were not cleansed."
Midrasch Talpioth (fol. 225d): "God created them [Jews] in the form of men for the glory of Israel . But Akum were created for the sole end of ministering unto them [the Jews] day and night. Nor can they ever be relieved from this service. It is becoming to the son of a king [an Israelite] that animals in their natural form, and animals in the form of human beings should minister unto him."
Biur Hetib, a commentary on the Schulchan Arukh: "A woman must wash herself again if she sees any unclean things, such as a dog, an ass, or People of the Earth; a Christian (Akum), a camel, a pig, a horse, and a leper.
Ereget Raschi Erod, 22 30: "The Akum (non-Jew) is like a dog. Yes, the scripture says to honor the dog more than the non-Jew."
Tosapoth, Jebamoth 94b: "If you eat with a non-Jew it is the same as eating with a dog."
Jore Dea 377: "If a Jew has a non-Jewish servant or maid who dies, one should not express sympathy to the Jew. You should tell the Jew: "God will replace 'your loss', just as if one of his animals had died."
Boda Sarah 37a. "A Gentile girl who is three years old can be violated."
Shas. 2:2. "A Jew may violate but not marry a non-Jewish girl."
Maimonides, Jak. Chasaka 2:2. "A Jew may misuse the non-Jewess in her state of unbelief."
Sepher Ikkarim III c 25: "It is permitted to take the body and life of a gentile."
Coschen Hamischpat, Hagah 425: "It is the law to kill anyone who denies the Torah. The Christians belong to the denying ones of the Torah."
Bammidber raba c 21 & jalkut 772: "Every Jew who spills the blood of the godless (non-Jews), is doing the same as making a sacrifice to God."
Aruch Hoszen Haniszpat 227. "The Jews are strictly Forbidden to cheat their brothers and it is considered cheating already if one sixth of the value has been taken away from him. Whoever has cheated his brother has to return it to him. Naturally all that only holds towards the Jew, to cheat a goy he is permitted and he is not permitted to return to him what he cheated him out of. Because the Bible says: 'Thou shalt not cheat thy next brother,' but the non-Jews are not our brethren, but as mentioned above, worse than dogs."
Choschen Hammischpat (183, 7): "If you send a messenger to collect money from an Akum and the Akum pays too much, the messenger may keep the difference. But if the messenger does not know about it, then you may keep it all yourself."
Babha Kama: "It is permitted to deceive a Goi."
Tosefta, Erabin VZZ, 1. "On the house of the goy one looks as on the fold of cattle."
Chuichan Qruch, Orach ChaiD 539. "At the time of the Cholhamoed the transaction of any kind of business is forbidden. But it is permitted to cheat a goy, because cheating of goyim at any time pleases the Lord."
Choschen Hamm. (156, 5 Hagah): "If a Jew is doing good business with an Akum it is not allowed to other Jews, in certain places, to come and do business with the same Akum. In other places, however, it is different, where another Jews is allowed to go to the same Akum, lead him on, do business with him and to deceive him and take his money. For the wealth of the Akum is to be regarded as common property and belongs to the first who can get it. There are some, however, who say that this should not be done."
Choschen Hamm. (183, 7 Hagah): "If a Jew is doing business with an Akum and a fellow Israelite comes along and defrauds the Akum, either by false measure, weight or number, he must divide his profit with his fellow Israelite, since both had a part in the deal, and also in order to help him along."
Iore Dea (159, 1): "It is permitted, according to the Torah, to lend money to an Akum with usury. Some of the Elders, however, deny this except in a case of life and death. Nowadays it is permitted for any reason."
Babha Kama: "Our teaching is as follows: When a Jew and a Goi come into court, absolve the Jew, if you can, according to the laws of Israel . If the Goi wins, tell him that is what our laws require. If however, the Jew can be absolved according to the gentile law, absolve him and say it is due to our laws. If this cannot be done proceed callously against the Goim, as Rabbi Ischmael advises. Rabbi Akibha, however, holds that you cannot act fraudulently lest you profane the Name of God, and have a Jew commited for perjury." A marginal note, however, explains this qualification of Rabbi Akibha as follows: "The name of God is not profaned when it is not known by the Goi that the Jew has lied."
Pesachis F. 113B. "When you go to war do not go as the First, but as the last, so that you may return as the first. Five things has Kanaan recommended to his sons: 'Love each other, love the robbery, hate your masters and never tell the truth.' "
Pesachim (49b) "Rabbi Eliezer said: It is permitted to cut off the head of an 'idiot' [one of the people of the Earth] on the feast of the Atonement when it falls on the Sabbath. His disciples said to him: Rabbi, you should rather say to sacrifice. But he replied: By no means, for it is necessary to pray while sacrificing, and there is no need of prayers when you behead someone."
Choschen Hamm. (425, 5): "If you see a heretic, who does not believe in the Torah, fall into a well in which there is a ladder, hurry at once and take it away and say to him 'I have to go and take my son down from a roof; I will bring the ladder back to you at once' or something else. The Kuthaei, however, who are not our enemies, who take care of the sheep of the Israelites, are not to be killed directly, but they must not be saved from death."
Iore Dea (158, 1): "The Akum who are not enemies of ours must not be killed directly, nevertheless they must not be saved from danger of death. For example, if you see one of them fall into the sea, do not pull him out unless he promises to give you money."
Maimonides, in Hilkhoth Akum (X, 1) says: "Do not have pity for them, for it is said (Deuter. VII, 2): Show no mercy unto them. Therefore, if you see an Akum in difficulty or drowning, do not go to his help. And if he is in danger of death, do not save him from death.
Sanhedrin (74b) Tosephoth: "The sexual intercourse of a Goi is like that of a beast."
Kethuboth (3b): "The seed of a Goi is worth the same as that of a beast."
Zohar (1, 25b): "Those who do good to the Akum . . . will not rise from the dead."
"The modern Jew is the product of the Talmud." - Michael Rodkinson, in preface of Babylonian Talmud, page XI.