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    • Zev Davis
    • 17.04.13 | 19:32 (IDT)

    the general Jewish public too much, you keep them to yourself, even if people know they differ. It s wiser to agree to disagree than than run about like a bull in a china shop. Liberal Jews in Germany, and NeoLogs in Central Europe in the decades up the advent of WWII, knew enough show solidarity with the "Orthodox" Geminden. Obviously, the Haredim of those times didn't attend services in their synagogues, but they understood when Jews are a minority, they have to cooperate. A rabbii that differs "too much", and publicly, causes dissention with the Jewish Community, and can cause misunderstandings between Jews and the non-Jewish majority. Invovative, and creative as he is, you have to know your limits. Apperently he has crossed some red lines. Too bad his hurbris go the better of him.

    from the article: Departure of Stockholm Conservative rabbi stirs community debate
    First published 09:23 17.04.13 | Last updated 09:23 17.04.13
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