Earlier, mortar shells were fired into Israeli territory in apparent spillover from Syria war.12:12 13.10.15 | 0 comments
The father of a cousin of mine s part Cherokee. He had thought of going back to his roots. When he approached the triibe they told him he would have to change his name, the way he lived, and move back to the reservation before they would register as an MOtT. Whether you like it, or not, the Laws of Judaism determine our lives as Jews. That there are Jews who find Halacha "inapprotroate" to their way of thinking is a fact, but it doesn't negage the reality that becoming Jewish is a matter of following Halachic parameters. Indeed, what you can say is that rabbis and teachers of Judaism are little more liberal than Cherokees, no?