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The Jews and Ritual Murders

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by: Ippolit Iosifovich Lyutostansky
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Publication Date: December 15, 2019
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 64
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Contrary to the universally held and politically correct opinion, Jewish ritual murders are not an "anti-Semitic prejudice" or an "evil blood libel" which originated in the dark Middle Ages, but are quite real and have existed for about 1,000 years. Nor is it true that confessions to such murders were always extorted under torture. The fact is that the reality of Jewish ritual murders, perpetrated by religious fanatics from the sect of the Hasidim, has been repeatedly proven in modern trials using modern rules of evidence, as it happened so many times in the Russian Empire in the 19th and early 20th century, before this country succumbed to Judeo-Bolshevik tyranny in 1917.
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Hippolytus Lutostansky (1835–1915), also transliterated as Lutostanski, Liutostanskii, J. J. Ljutostanski, Ippolit Iosifovich Lutostanskiĭ; Polish: Hipolit Lutostański, was a former Catholic priest of Polish extraction in the Russian Empire, a convert to the Russian Orthodox Church.
Ippolit Iosifovich Lyutostansky (1835-1915) was an authoritative expert on the Jewish question, who gained fame due to his two major studies, On the Use of Christian Blood by the Jews and The Talmud and the Jews, which consisted of many volumes and went through numerous editions. He was highly praised for his works and received many commendations from high-ranking persons in Russia, including Emperor Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna, a brave woman later murdered by the vindictive Jewish Bolsheviks, together with her husband, Emperor Nicholas II, and all their children.
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