Killing Christians isn’t murder for Jews
by Der Stürmer
Paul Isaac Hershon (1818 – 1888) was a Spanish Jew who converted to Christianity (photo stolen from here).
In 1882 he published a book entitled Treasures of the Talmud, Being a Series of Classified Subjects in Alphabetical Order From “A” to “L” it was considered to be a very balanced view on the Talmud, neither hiding, nor merely concentrating on the Talmud’s nastier parts.
Or, says Tosephoth, it may be explained thus: He chose from his slaves only such as were Minim (heretics, presumably Christians), and it is not murder to kill such. Upon these comments we put no gloss—they speak for themselves.