Neturei Karta


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Neturei Karta

(nəˈtʊrɛɪ ˈkɑrtɑ)
n
(Judaism) a small ultra-orthodox Jewish group living mainly in Jerusalem and New York who oppose the establishment of a Jewish state by temporal means
[Aramaic: guardians of the walls]
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Joining in support were protesters from other groups such as; Students for Justice in Palestine (SJU), International Solidarity Movement (ISM), Neturei Karta -- Orthodox Jews United Against Zionism (NKUSA), the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL), Workers World Party (WWP) and CodePink
Members of the radical ultra-Orthodox sect Neturei Karta rallied Sunday outside the Polish Embassy in Israel in support of that country's controversial Holocaust law, which criminalizes accusing the Polish nation of crimes committed by Nazi Germany during World War II.
In fact, there is an Orthodox Jewish group, the Neturei Karta, that regularly burns the Israeli flag as a form of protest.
About a dozen Orthodox Jewish men are currently serving time in Israeli prisons and are being brutalized for their religious principled refusal to enlist in the Israeli Defense Force," read a press release on the conference, sent to Al Bawaba by the Neturei Karta International's email account.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Members of Neturei Karta, an anti-Zionist Jewish religious group, in a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined their continued campaign against the Zionist regime until its full collapse.
The religious movement known as Neturei Karta demands Palestinian statehood, calls for the "peaceful dismantling" of Israel and has forged friendships with Israel's top enemies, including the leadership of Iran.
Aaron Cohen, a rabbi from Neturei Karta - an anti-Zionist orthodox Jewish religious group - was among the speakers invited to talk to Alum Rock's Park View Academy, said Andrew Colman, a barrister for the National College for Teaching and Leadership.
In 2012, two rabbis from Neturei Karta -- a group of anti-Zionist Jews who believe that the state of Israel should not exist -- prayed in the synagogue, much to the surprise of its residents.
RAMALLAH, November 11, 2014 (WAFA) -- Activists from the anti-Zionism group Neturei Karta, an international organization of Orthodox Jews, participated on Tuesday in the commemoration marking the 10th anniversary of the death of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in Ramallah.
Yitzhak Bergel, 46, belongs to the anti-Zionist Neturei Karta, an ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect that is vehemently opposed to the existence of the State of Israel.
If it is, then there are certainly a lot of Jews who are anti-Semites, including all members of Neturei Karta and many thousands of members and supporters of Jewish Voice for Peace.
The movements studied here, Neturei Karta and Gush Emunim, which are part of ultra-Orthodoxy, and religious Zionism, respectively, show differences regarding the concept of Holocaust and assimilation to modernity and also regarding Zionism.