"goyim" compensation artical brings out negitivity
- Word of the day, how sad.
1. It's disgrace to the Jewish people
They should compensate Jews first and then take care of goyim if
there are any money left.
Israel Eshel - Israel (03/31/2008 17:49)
goyim 33 up, 9 down
1. A Hebrew word used in the Jewish Scriptures (a.k.a. the Old
Testament). The word literally means "nations," and is always used
within these scriptures to refer to the nations of the world.
Significantly, within the Old Testament, Judah (the Jewish nation)
itself is called a "goy."
2. In the Old Testament, the Jews were called to be a nation separate
from the other nations, which were all Pagan. And so, colloquially,
all non-Jewish nations came to be called "goyim" as in "the nations"
from which the God of the Old Testament had called upon the Jews to
3. A word used by some Jews to refer to Gentiles (non-Jews). The word
can have derogatory connotations, such as the word "black" when used
to refer to a persons of African descent. It can be neutral or
negative depending on the context and the intent of the speaker.