As co-manager of Kenyon College’s Hillel, Andrew Driscoll Pochter was asked to give a speech last year to his fellow students to mark Rosh Hashanah.
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Why didn´t he keep jewish values in israel. Egypt is not a part of
israel and will never.Sooner or later the Pharoah will dominate the
How about the "jewish values" belonging to Levy and Hass. Ask Haaretz.
Did he occupy any place, settled illegal or did put cement into a
egypt water well?
theof the term "jewish Values." he was jewish and he had one
set of values - the responderd below are jewish and have another.
Curiosity, passion and idealism are not so much Jewish values as values
of youth all over the world, no matte rwhat their tribe/ religious
affiliation/ sopciao cultural history. SO why describe them as such
tenuous at best, excluding appropriation at worst..
While reading the article, I thought exactly what you say.
More on Jewish values: His parents said "he loved the culture, and
planned to live and work there". How about loving Israel and living
here? Moreover, he gave a speech on Rosh Hashana morning at college. Why
not go to shul?
Unlike you who hates humankind This young boy Pochter driven by
idealism, wanted to do good. He came to Egypt to help.
Wow your hair must be on fire from this your latest conspiracy fantasy
post. Unlike you this was an idealistic young Man who believed in doing
good. In actually helping to educate those less fortunate than himself
and all you can do is come up with your usual mean spirited Jew hating
snide know nothing remarks. It is unfortunate that there was nobody
interested in giving you an education.
Oops, I mean a response of typical Haaretz reader.
Jewish values? Yeah sure!.. earring in one ear, putting your life in danger.
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