You have already been answered Baal twice. And we can put aside the issue of anti-semitism as I do not believe that of you...I believe what I stated.
As for the rest, you seek to extrapolate your own view and or superimpose your view of the same, of what should be moral and acceptable, from that which is no doubt contextually based on the here and now; and not the era of what you are attacking.
Again you err in the most basic of fashions in attempting to contextually compare and contrast a modern individual viewpoint (and individual rejection of the same) versus one that according to it's practitioners, as reported in their history and development, was necessary to their cultural developement and societal practices.. as they developed.
It's an old trap Baal.
These practices that you would condone as murder and rape etc...from a 21st perspective.... were not in effect unacceptable to any culture of the era or even before. Will you decry Hammurabi or Sargon or the ancient Pharaohs and their written texts as well? For the practices were in large measure the same during their lifetimes and in practice by their adherents and civilizations as they developed.
So whether you accept it or not whether you are satisfied with the response or not....is immaterial. You will believe what you will. But individual beliefs, and to a greater or lesser degree biased beliefs at that, and superimposition of them into a historical discussion (be it religious or socio-cultural) without objective context... is a 1st year mistake.... not a graduate level recognition of the use of the method.
But by all means carry on. Your perogative. And mine is now, after three attempts, to see ya through this muddle is to move on.