Soldier sustained light wounds; suspected assailant, a foreign national, was shot by another soldier and later died of his wounds.12:59 07.02.16 | 0 comments
First the certificate did not say Yoreh, Yoreh. Different language was used. I think the writer is on to something here, but she does not account for the cultural differences, the different nature of rabbinic leadership between North America and the US and the different role the synagogue plays as well. However what is confirmed for me by this piece is that the language used publically by the spokespeople of Yeshivat Maharat needs to be toned down and that facts on the ground are much more important.