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    • weshawehu
    • 20.06.12 | 17:55 (IDT)

    Sometimes it is very hard to become attacted to others that are on a dirent level of freedom to learn and live by Torah by instruction. For Israel to help the jews among the nations Israel must remember that not all jews have been tought with religious freedom. The laws of conductual dress and social aspects of Torah have been deprived from them and while they are jews they are not given opprittunitty to live as jews. In nations with synagogs there are jews that are not part of the communitties of those jews. The less Israel and synagog leaders give excluded jews in practice the less they are free jews to openly live jew. This makes it hard to over come what gentiles see as jews and what people dont see they dont under stand and care for. This to some is reform but jews that have not had freedom to practice must have support from those who do by giving hidden jews dignitty to say openly they are jew and day by day they have the right and support from the others that have over come diaspora no matter where they are.

    from the article: Jewish leaders discuss the challenge of being Jewish in the Diaspora
    First published 16:26 20.06.12 | Last updated 16:26 20.06.12
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