Jedi religion has an anti-Semitic twist

JEDI religion is, in the eyes of the anti-Semite, an “anti-Jewish religion” with a “black heart,” and it’s not going away anytime soon, according to a report from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). 

The report, titled “A Tale of Two Worlds,” examines the origins of the jedi faith, its influence on society and the growing power of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

The ADL, which is part of the American Jewish Committee (AJC), has been warning that “Jews are a target of Islamic terrorism” and that “Jediism is a highly dangerous religion that poses a threat to American Jews and to Jewish Americans, and Jews and Jewish institutions throughout the world.” 

The ADL found that the religion’s “darker and more troubling” side has been the “lack of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.” 

Its report makes a case for the jesus-centered “true religion” and the “true gospel,” a concept espoused by the Islamic faith. 

“The true religion, as the jihadi jihadist faith calls it, has the potential to destroy the world,” the report says.

“Its dark side is a threat not just to America and the United States of America, but to every civilization on Earth.”

The ADLS has long warned that the Islamic community is growing, particularly in the U.S., and that the movement is expanding in number.

It said in a statement this week that it “can no longer be silent on the threat of the global jihad.”

It also said the “growing global jihad” has “shaken the world and made the global community nervous and unsettled.”

“Jihadists are waging an all-out war against us and are targeting Jewish institutions, universities, the US military, and our allies,” ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in the statement.

“The world is watching and watching.”