are funded by the government can say what they please. Yes, if the a chemistry professor in Hebrew University can call IDF soldiers "Judeo-Nazis", of some history professor can tell his students there is "no proof" that we are the people who crossed the Reed Sea on Passover, and all the other pronouncements that go against the grain of Jewish tradition continue to get salaries from the public purse, and, their opinions get the Hekhsher of HaAretz, why, are rabbis supposed to keep quiet. Sorry guys, it seems that freedom of speech means, for some the right to trash our national values. Anyone who speaks up for them must be wrong, of course. I am reminded of how the Israeli press was occupied by the quest for Yossle Schumacher in the '50s, while all the time Yemenite babies were being commandeered by the Yevseks in order to give them "adequate homes' .The Schumacher thing was a smokescreen, of course You wonder what smokescreens the ultra-Secularits media is lookin' for to cover their ininquities these days.
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