EJF must be shut down/the Rabbis blocked. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • EZ
    • 24.12.09 | 14:06 (IST)

    EJF is the most distrubing group of people I have ever come across: they embezzle money, string out conversions to ensure more payments, break up valid marriages and destroy the lives of families, icluding children. Their harsh treatment of others give Judaism a very, very bad name and fuels hatred towards the Jews. Israel should stand up NOW and demand they be shut down, not allow their associated Rabbis to perform conversions and if they don't the State of Israel must NOT accept any of their rulings or conversions. EJF is doing far more harm than people can imagine. The Chief Rabbi of Israel MUST investigate and the Jewish world MUST aplogize to the scoes of peopl whom EJF has damaged and attempt to rectify the crushed feelings of the victims. Shame on EJF.

    from the article: U.S. rabbi involved in sex scandal led fight against Israel conversions
    First published 12:14 24.12.09 | Last updated 16:34 24.12.09
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