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Jews harp

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03 March 2017

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  • Doug

    David, What I said two years ago when I said that the Kinnor is a Jewish Harp or lyre is not anti-Semitic, its not my fault that you are ignorant about these instruments, and yes calling the Jaw Harp the "Jews Harp" is very anti-Semitic and offensive to Jewish people, its like calling it a Negro Harp or the even more offensive slang word racist people use to refer to people of African lineage or decent and it isn't a Harp either, its a lamellophone.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jew's_harp

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamellophone

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinnor

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harp

    https://ancientlyre.com/the-biblical-kinnor

    • Sveta Vologotskaya

      Вы действительно пологаете, что в каждом названии или мельком брошенной фразе обязательно есть недобрый подтекст? Феноменально!
      Давайте ещё за любое упоминание чернокожих или евреев сажать на электрический стул?
      (-‸ლ)

      А может это всё только в твоей голове? Забудь о различиях и нестанет никакого рассизма/антисемитизма.

      И да, google translate вам в помощ. Вы же, надеюсь, не анти-туранид, националист и русофоб, который считает кириллицу недостойной письменностью "унтерменшей"?
      ^u^

  • That is a very anti-semitic name to use, this instrument is called a jaw harp. An actual Jewish Harp is called a Kinnor and the Kinnor is the hand held harp played by King David, he was the King of Isra'el in ancient times.

    • David

      No it isn't anti sematic.   you have made it so.  by the way it is also known as an English Trump.  Although Donald can trace his ancestry back to the UK via his Scottish mother, a trump in the UK is completely something different ie a FART.  the jews harp is something that all cultures on this planet have used as a musical instrument.  no it isn't of jewish origin but an English trump is also further than the original origin.  I don't hear people saying you cant call it that.  What next a Cor Anglais cant be called an English Horn or worse a love oboe (oboe d'amore)?  Get a grip. 

  • levoneee

    coooooooooooooooooooooooooool !

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