Why does God allow suffering?...

That is, they say, how can a permit such things in His world as , sickness, pain, and , especially when their effects often are felt most keenly by those who are apparently innocent? Either He is not a of and is indifferent to human suffering, or else He is not a God of power and is therefore helpless to do anything about it. In either case, the Biblical God who is supposedly one of both absolute power and perfect love becomes an impossible anachronism. Or so they claim!

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You can unite only on the basis of disdain of gentiles. Nothing else you have in common, within your own nation. You disdain each others, too, but you disdain gentiles much more.
That is why you have abandoned your own country (you could not live together), and have spreaded throughout the world. In smaller communities, among gentiles, you could tolerate each other, and cooperate.
Your problem will have to be solved, because you make it to be our big problem. You have spoiled/deviated everything, starting from the origin of Kabbalah, via world-economy, and up to the fundamental physics.
You are evil. You cannot cure yourself. You see yourself as the best, in everything, so you are incapable to see yourself as you really are. Your kids should be taken from you, and raised by reasonable, good gentiles. There is, unfortunately, no other way. There is, actually, but it is not human (i.e. that what Hitler tried, and he tried that because he was, in his mind, the same as the Jews: he considered himself and his nation as superior-race).

Why does God allow the innocent to suffer

FactF: A good man is a good man, and a bad man is a bad man, just as a good Hebrew is a good Hebrew and a bad one is a bad one. This is vice versa as well. You can go anywhere in the world and see people acting horribly to one another. This is not something new. The difference is the Hebrews shun, reject and denounce those among them who act out of line with the morals of their people. This is also true for many other peoples, the difference is that the Hebrew expects a permanent change before the individual can be respected as they once were in the community. Many other nations celebrate the sociopath and tolerate the liar and the psychopath and then wonder why things are going bad. As examples we have leaders of many of the arabic nations. Whos leaders lie, cheat, steal, starve their own people all the while touting their greatness. We see this same thing in North Korea. This is something that most often is abnormal in Jewish society.

I have chosen to hold on to the hope of heaven where there is no suffering, pain, or illness.
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Thank you for this interesting perspective. It never occurred to me why Jews are told we are to be a light to the nations of the world. It makes sense why people hate us if we are not doing it. It is kind of like we are one dysfunctional family that cannot get along with each other. Hmmm…. so if we can somehow figure out how to love each other, then the rest of the world would do the same? The thought of this seems surreal, but yet there feels like some truth to this. I am interested in learning more.

Why Does God Allow Tragedy and Suffering? | CT Pastors

Notice the verse doesn't say God causes evil and suffering, just that he promises to cause good to emerge. And notice that the verse doesn't say we all will see immediately or even in this life how God has caused good to emerge from a bad circumstance. Remember, we only see things dimly in this world. And God doesn't make this promise to everyone. He makes the solemn pledge that he will take the bad circumstances that befall us and cause good to emerge if we're committed to following him.

Why would a loving God, allow you to face problems in your life

I can understand why God might allow a person to suffer the consequences of their own sins. I can understand that God allows people to suffer because He’s teaching them some sort of lesson, or He’s refining them, or making them more like Him.