Did Nahum Rabinovitch Really Say “The White Woman Must Cohabit With Members of the Dark Races”?

The following quote has been disseminated by Jew-haters online, including serial liar Kamran Hussain aka Maree Campbell:

As you can see, Hussain’s tweet was retweeted and liked thousands of times.

The first clue that this is an outright lie is that the photo is not of Rabbi Nahum Rabinovitch who passed away in 2020 and looked like this:

but rather Rabbi David Stav, who is considered a moderate.

And there is absolutely no record of Rabbi Nahum Rabinovitch ever saying this.

The libel seems to originate from Our Race Will Rule Undisputed Over The World, a supposed speech given by one Rabbi Emmanuel Rabinovich to the Emergency Council of European Rabbis in Budapest, Hungary on January 12, 1952. “Rabbi Emmanuel Rabinovich” was a non-existent figure commonly cited in antisemitic propaganda, and was allegedly invented by Jew-hater Eustace Mullins.

So it seems more modern day Jew-haters took the fabricated quote, attributed it to a different Rabbi Rabinovitch, and somehow Googled a completely different Rabbi to swipe his photo for their antisemitic meme.

What this clearly shows is the convergence between so-called “anti-Zionists” like Kamran Hussain and far right Jew-haters, who find common cause in libeling the Jewish people.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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