Also found in: Wikipedia.
yeshuYemach Shemo Vezichro (meaning 'May his name and memory be obliterated')
References in periodicals archive ?
Toledot Yeshu was printed numerous times from the beginning of the modern period, in which it became disseminated throughout the Jewish communities both in Islamic lands and in Christian Europe.
The Talmud and various recensions of Toledot Yeshu brand Jesus a heretical Jew of ungodly origins, the bastard child of the depraved Mary, a menstruating whore, or "la zuna" ("the prostitute") according to a Ladino expression, (12) and of a father of uncertain origins named Pandera, often taken to be a Roman soldier.
Once there was a Jewish woman, Miriam, who lay with a man other than her husband and conceived a child, Yehoshua, Yeshu for short.
Before Daavi can take his first footstep at Yeshu's side, Shoshana goes mysteriously missing, leading him on a search to save her that puts his own soul in the balance during his journeys with Yeshu and beyond.
For their part, the Yeshu Satsang leaders agree with Christian pastors that Christ-followers should practice rituals and a lifestyle that focus on Christ.
Because the subject of the myth evolved in less than a century from a Judaist Messiah to a pagan dying/resurrecting savior deity, Yeshu extends beyond the life and execution of Yahuwshua ("Yeshu" is an intimate diminutive) to cover developments in the communities that believed him to be the Messiah over the decades until the publication of the Gospel of John, which promoted Yeshu to godhood.
The son she bore was named Yeshu, and when later in his life it became known that he was a bastard, he was forced to flee to Galilee where he gathered followers and proclaimed himself the Messiah, born of a virgin.
Marwan al-Muqammis, Saadia Gaon, and Ya qub al-Qirqisani, as well as caricatures like Toledot Yeshu.
Some Jews have vilified Jesus (the Toldot Yeshu of the Middle Ages) or disputed that he was predicted by the Prophets or by the sages (in public disputations).
28, 32, 39, 69; and a series of Rabbinic references running through to the Toledoth Yeshu.
Avigdor Hameiri uses a similar image in his story "Beshem rabi Yeshu minatseret" (35): a decapitated Jewish head rests on a dining table in a Russian command post on Christmas Eve, with the body hidden on the floor under the table.