Rabbinical courts to stop automatically placing financial burden on divorced fathers.02:39 02.12.15 | 0 comments
Trouble with conclusions of Mr. Strengher is that he beating dead horses for so long that he hasn't realized that pluralism means all kinds of opinions, some of them more extreme, but mostly somewhere in the middle. The trouble with some Jewish opinion leaders is they insist they know what is right, and are unable to listen to the other side, hence throw trash on the people they don't like. In turn, the other extremist returns the favor. What I dp know is the people that do know their stuff don't always agree with each other, and "talk it over" quiety, reaching the point, at least that they agree to disagree. Ah! but that's not news! You can incite the readers by saying there is a body of opinion that is somewhere in the middle, where serious people discuss Jewish ideas seriously, and come to some kind of conclusions that are available, "if" you are interested in learning about them. Then again, why bother with honest disagreements when you can fill a newspaper with conflicts and diputes, and other forms of gossip.