Presentation on theme: "Why the Jews Let Themselves Be Baptized It’s about these Germen two girls commenting on a Jewish couple trying to get baptize. They compare the Jewish."— Presentation transcript:
Why the Jews Let Themselves Be Baptized It’s about these Germen two girls commenting on a Jewish couple trying to get baptize. They compare the Jewish people with mobs coming into there church. The say that its possible for a nigro to become German but a Jew can not become un-Jewish. The book is emphasizing that its wrong for Jews to change what they or and their religion.
“How to tell a Jew…” This story tells the “characteristics” of a Jew. How they look, act and smell. The favorite part of the day is “Jewish Hour” when they talk about what they have learned in class about Jews. Although a Jew might not have all the characteristics, there is always one or two of at all characteristic from the ones that were has listed that they will have. Characteristics of a Jew: o “The Jewish nose is bent at its point. It looks like the number six. We call it the Jewish six.” o “One can also recognize a Jew by his lips. His lips are usually puffy. The lower lip often protrudes. The eyes are different too. The eyelids are mostly thicker and more fleshy than ours. The Jewish look is wary and piercing. One can tell from his eyes that he is a deceitful person.” o “Jews are usually small to mid-sized. They have short legs. Their arms are often very short too. Many Jews are bow-legged and flat-footed.
What is the Talmud? Solly is a young Jewish boy who lives in Langenbach. One day he has to visit a rabbi, a Jewish preacher, and recite the important text in the Talmud, the secret law book of the Jews. In the Talmud it states that the Jews are allowed to lie, steal and control the Gentile. This chapter make Jews seem like the most powerful and evil, and that’s why the Gentile must be aware of them. “Murder, thievery, and lies Robbery, perjury, and cheating These are all permitted for the Jews, As every Jewish child knows.In the Talmud it is written, What Jews hate and what they love, What Jews think and how they live, All is ordained by the Talmud.”