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    • Devin
    • 01.06.11 | 15:21 (IDT)

    The "rot" of the "ultra-orthodox" is what makes the city beautiul and holy. Without the Torah it is just another plot of land, but because of the Torah it is the center of the universes and thing of supernal beauty. Ignore the haters, they will go the way of dust like those before them and Judiasm will live on.

    from the article: Jerusalem Day celebrations will not cover up the city's rot and discrimination
    First published 02:25 01.06.11 | Last updated 02:25 01.06.11
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