December 9, 2004

by Reb Yudel
Daniel Lapin and Protocols

The other day, I ran a search on Amazon's A9 search engine for "Protocols Jewish," a search which had led someone to this site.

Amidst all the links to anti-Semitic websites running the forgery as if it were truth, was a listing of books from Amazon. In contrast to the web site, the books were primarily scholarly debunkings of the Protocols.

All except for one: Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money by Rabbi Daniel Lapin.

The book's first sentence:

If there is one Jewish attribute more directly responsible for Jewish success in business than any other, it is this one: Jewish tradition views a person's quest for profit and wealth to be inherently moral.

Thank you, Rabbi!

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