Yael Patir, Israel director of the left-leaning U.S. Jewish body, sat down with Haaretz to talk about Trump, the gap between U.S. and Israeli Jews, and the growing anger at the Israeli peace camp. Though she concedes boycott efforts by some on the left have a negative effect, she rejects calls to keep peace efforts local.01:12 01.05.16 | 4 comments
HAYEUDI- Not a SINGLE letter deals with the REAL reson that Lustiger became a Catholic. Having been brought up in Ireland, I have PERSONAL experience of this phenomenon. Lustiger's case was a "sort-of" Edgar Mortara case,(look it up) with Lustiger being a few years older. Probably being from a not really religious Jewish family, then surrounded by staunch Catholics, in his early teens, it's OBVIOUS that the family he lived with talked, persuaded, showed, etc.etc. AND don't forget, to save his LIFE, he had to appear a Catholic, eating chazar, also GOING TO CHURCH etc.etc. told that the Jews killed Christ and are now deservedly punished, and all that crap. How long could he stay a Jew?? MOST converted Jews are (either mashugga, OR)from not religious families, and, through circustances, caught in their early and middle TEENS, when MOST susceptible. I know at least 7-8 in this category.