Tikkun olam

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Tikkun olam (Hebrew, literally 'repair of the world') is a concept in Judaism, politically correct described as referring to Jews "repairing" the world, less politically correct described as referring to "idolatry" being removed from the world and everyone recognizing (the Jewish) God.

Also the politically correct interpretation has been criticized as supporting Jewish supremacist views, such as supporting Jews taking control over others in order to "repair" their societies.[1]

See also


  1. Can Science Explain Why Jewish Supremacists Behave the Way they Do? https://davidduke.com/can-science-explain-jewish-supremacists-behave-way/
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