There are also many other rabbinical sources and halachic interpretations that refute the whole concept of Shahaks statements,evidently the person in the video did not feel it was necessary to make reference to them.and as far as an Orthodox Jewish doctor treating a Gentile on Shabbat,I don't recall seeing my family doctor ( not the cardio doc ) on a Sunday when I was in for an appendectomy or gall bladder removal ,in fact saw him everyday but Sunday.For that matter how many doctors of any faith do any sort of treatment,short of a bonafide emergency on the Sabbath.
You're missing the point about the disparity between treating Gentiles and fellow Jews on the Sabbath. That is the point. No one is begruding doctors taking time off, of course.
And I still have to ask why post a video on a forum when you have people who are ready to pounce on any article,statement,video etc.that does not correspond to their beliefs,knowing full well that few if any will do any cross checking on the total validity of these items.And about the Jewish kids spitting on Christian kids in Israel,I suppose you are going to tell me the opposite doesn't happen anywhere else,right?Used to see it,and worse,on a daily basis.
If people cross-check, they will find, sadly, that what the video teaches about Orthodox Judaism teaches -- again, not "what Jews teach," not what "all Jews" think, not what "secular Jews" or "most Jews" or "anyone with a Jewish mother" think -- but what Orthodox Judaism teaches.
As to non-Jews spitting on people, I'm sure it does happen. But there is no general movement among, say, Catholics -- as there is among the Haredim -- to teach their children that people of other groups are beasts. Anyone talks like that about any group, including Jews -- secular, Orthodox, Reformed or whatever -- on my forum will get the boot (assuming I see it, of course).