Well, this is pretty much where I picked it up. These people are often called self-haters, but the fact is that they simply don't believe that Jews must be warmongering empire builders, and they believe that for whatever purpose the elite during the 1930s-1950s in Europe took advantage of what happened to the Jews to turn multitudes of Jews into people who believed it was all right to turn Palestinians (whether Muslim or Christian) out of their homeland.
Rabbi Weiss happens to be one of my favorite people, right up there with Ron Paul, and he expresses concern about how the holocaust was hijacked and the pain and suffering of the Jewish people was used and abused for an agenda that confounds true Judaism.
Yes, there are different sects among the Jews, and they often have widely varying interpretations on ancient texts, etc.--
but there are some among them who believe that something dangerous happened politically, using the Jews, in the 1930s, etc.--
and they want to expose it.
So, I guess if Rabbi Weiss and other orthodox Jews who believe that something doesn't 'feel' right about what happened to cause the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine--
I feel quite 'safe' feeling the same way. These people have answered many of the honest questions I have had. And, yes, they DID lose people in the holocaust, but they think that it goes deeper than anti-semitism.
So do I.
it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--