Supermodel tells Israeli tax authorities that she shouldn’t have to pay taxes for 2009-10 because she was living with her then-partner in the United States.22:43 09.02.16 | 0 comments
" to estimate cautiously that about half of the 30 key activists in Sheikh Jarrah are now or were in the past religiously observant" does in no way make them Orthodox. How blatantly erroneous can reporting be to try to convince people the orthos have joined the pro-arab bandwagon. The people in the article, if orthodox, have 3 wheels missing on their bandwagon- 1- their background is one of liberal, leftist thinking which goes against orthdoxy 2- they march to their own drumbeats- relating to warm, fuzzy, happy, Me-isms which are in contradiction to the tents of normative- halachic Judaism. 3- they disregard halachic law and secular law to solve problems that were created by arabs- not Jews- and enjoy pinning the blame on Jews. If they lived in the states, they would be saving whales, blind cats and wingless (ding)bats! The only orthodox wheel they live on is one flat tired misconception of what it is to be a 'religious' Jew and they spin in circles with a hippyish redefinition of what is right and wrong. DIY judaism is their cult and in that sense, yes, deceiving author and paper, they are religious in their beliefs. THEY ARE NOT ORTHOS!