People of faith have rights. Those rights include the right to believe that the Torah prohibits certain acts. Especially if those acts are excoriated in the strongest possible language, people of faith are well justified in distancing themselves as far as possible from that behavior. The parade activists know this precisely. It is for that very reason that they always take an 'in your face' attitude. To flaunt, taunt, and tease the wound they are making. It is unreasonable to allow them to march in Jerusalem. It's like anti-semitic sympathizers wanting to march in Skokie. They were banned by the American government. Their sole purpose is to attack the devout beliefs of the majority of the population. Sorry. It's a free country. Let it stay that way. You cannot tease our most holy and devoutly held beliefs. Please leave us alone.
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