How amusing. You didn't really want a source, did you? :whistling:Provide your source for that.
Oh..what's that you say? It's just another lie and you don't have a source?
It's amusing watching brainless sheep drooling over the falsehoods perpetrated by bigots.
Babylonian Talmud said:What is your punishment [in the other world]? He replied: What I decreed for myself. Every day my ashes are collected and sentence is passed on me and I am burnt and my ashes are scattered over the seven seas. He then went and raised Balaam by incantations. He asked him: Who is in repute in the other world? He replied: Israel. What then, he said, about joining them? He replied: Thou shalt not seek their peace nor their prosperity all thy days for ever.1 He then asked: What is your punishment? He replied: With boiling hot semen.2 He then went and raised by incantations the sinners of Israel.3 He asked them: Who is in repute in the other world? They replied: Israel. What about joining them? They replied: Seek their welfare, seek not their harm. Whoever touches them touches the apple of his eye. He said: What is your punishment? They replied: With boiling hot excrement, since a Master has said: Whoever mocks at the words of the Sages is punished with boiling hot excrement. Observe the difference between the sinners of Israel and the prophets of the other nations who worship idols. It has been taught: Note from this incident how serious a thing it is to put a man to shame, for God espoused the cause of Bar Kamza and destroyed His House and burnt His Temple.
Jewish Encyclopedia said:Henceforth he became the type of false prophets seducing men to lewdness and obscene idolatrous practices (Rev. ii. 14; II Peter ii. 15; Jude 11; Abot. v. 19). The name â€œNicolaitanes,â€ given to the Christian heretics â€œholding the doctrine of Balaamâ€ (Rev. ii. 6, 15), is probably derived from the Grecized form of Balaam, [Hebr. = Gr], and hence also the pseudonym â€œBalaam,â€ given to Jesus in Sanh. 106b and Git. 57a. See Geiger, â€œBileam and Jesus,â€ in â€œWissenschaftliche Zeitschrift fur JÃ¼dische Theologie,â€ vi. 31-37).