I posted this question and it was swept under the rug with no definitive explanation given. I have had many questions in the post, so I don't see how it can be an invalid question. It is related to Judaism, it's a custom that is practiced every year and for some reason they are ashamed for the community to know the truth and discuss this practice. I've had no idea this was going on until today. I acknowledge that I have made it into sort of a rant at first because I was angry and ashamed of my own religion that I have been respecting and following for 26 years, but I quickly edited it to specifically specify what my views and opinions were on the matter so there is no misunderstanding yet it was still deleted.
Here is the deleted link, since you cannot see the question asked, I will post it here as well.
This question is a re-post of a question that has been deleted instantly and I don't understand why a Jewish man cannot use this community to figure out something regarding his religion. Why has this question been deleted if it is being practiced by us, we should have nothing to be ashamed of if we do it. If this question gets deleted again you will take a sin on yourself that cannot be cleansed because I will not forgive this. I devoted 26 years of my life respecting the Jewish religion and as soon as I question something about it that has been brushed under the rug all my life from me, my question gets deleted. I guess Jesus was right all along, as soon as he started questioning the Jewish practices aswell he was murdered. There is no difference with what is happening here. How can we even claim to practice a religion if we do not allow free speech regarding the matter?
Until today, for 26 years this was kept private from me and I was under the impression that the Jewish people do everything right and believe in God but I witnessed something today that has changed my mind and made me shameful of my own heritage as I am half Jewish, as what some people call a broken Jew.
I was walking around today and I heard chicken noises coming from a blue room built with bamboo sticks on top. My first impression was that they have set up a petting zoo for the children because I seen lots and lots of 5-6 year old kids coming in there and standing in line. I look in and I was horrified by the sight of a Rabbi holding two chickens by the neck, the neck was cut and had blood coming out.
I didn't go inside not to absorb any potential negative energy but it seemed to me like some kind of satanic ritual going on as they had people dripping chicken blood on other people in a circular motion while that guy was in some kind of trance.
I know for a fact that God created life and God wouldn't stand for this so my first impression upon seeing this gruesome sight was that this is being done for the devil. I would like if someone here could please explain why this is performed and how this possible can be condoned by God?
For those who are going to down-vote me because you don't believe this is happening, here's a video I found on YouTube of this happening last year very close to where it happened today.
From this point on, I will no longer consider myself a Jew and only ask that God forgives me for being ignorant for all the years that I've been mislead. I will continue to live by my own religion from now on, unless someone can explain why this is ok.
I believe I know why the Jews do this, my opinion is that it is because the chicken is as innocent as can be, they eat only corn and probably have never even killed a worm in their life so it makes sense to sacrifice one of the most innocent creatures of God to the devil. Also, the chickens have no arms, they cannot defend themselves, they are helpless, they can't even fly. It all makes sense.
Instead of protecting this poor life that does no wrong, Jews do the complete opposite. How can the practice of Kaparot/Kaparos be used to cleanse one of their sins, when committing the act of the ritual is a sin in and of itself? It is mind boggling.
If my question gets suppressed again, be sure of it that I will go to my Rabbi with my father and I will tell him about what is happening here in this community, this is the first time I have been treated this way by my own people.