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l052301 Keeping out those with wounded testicles.

If you go to the "Jew" web sites, here is what they write:
Deut #167
Not to let a eunuch marry into the Jewish people
They are quite the liars,
this verse has nothing to do with marriage, but the Hebrew text deals with injured men not being allowed in the congregation.
Go to the "Jew" web sites, look at what they say this verse commands, look in the original text, look in their own Tanakah and
know they are bald face liars.. liars, yes liars, they do not have ignorance for their excuse.


If you have never used Strong's dictionary, they use numbers for Hebrew Text.
Like any language Hebrew characters in a certain sequence creates a word. Instead of writing the Hebrew sequence of Characters, Strong' s uses numbers ... i.e. Strong's 1581 is the Hebrew word camel.

Deuteronomy 1:1 with Hebrew translations.
1. |3808| not |0935| He must enter |
6481| being wounded, |7533| crushed |3772| or cut in |8212| {his} male member |6951| into the assembly of |3068| Yahweh.
Strong's Ref. #
6481, Romanized patsa`, Pronounced paw-tsah'
a primitive root; to split, i.e.
Strong's Ref. #
3772, Romanized karath, Pronounced kaw-rath'
a primitive root; to
cut off; by implication, to destroy or consume;
Strong's Ref. #
8212, Romanized shaphkah, Pronounced shaf-kaw'
a pipe (for pouring forth, e.g. wine), i.e. the
privy member.


1:1 These are the words which Moses spoke to all Israel on this side of the Jordan in the wilderness, in the Arabah opposite the Red Sea, between Paran, and Tophel, and Laban, and Hazeroth, and Dizahab.

DEVARIM 23:2 / Deut 23:1
He who is wounded in the testicles, or has his male member cut off, shall not enter into the congregation of the Lord. NOTE.. not the temple, NOT in Israel, but shall not enter the congregation of Yahweh .. the Lord.

OK Abe, you passed the inspection, you will be welcomed in our Synagogue this Sabbath.
Ridiculous? NO, If "Jews" actually kept the laws of Moses, NO one who had their thingy cut off or injured would not be allowed in the congregation.