1. Why do you assume that justice, truth and human beings contradict God and religious observance. I see Orthodoxy as a pathway with God to religious observance which is the highest truth. Part of religious observance is truth, justice and fellow man. 2. You appear to be the narrow minded one if you think that Orthodoxy is synonymous with misogyny, racism, inequality and colonization of the territories. 3. This comment is just outright incitement to hatred. How could you say something like this, and then want justice to be a value??? You blame the Orthodox community for Amir, while most of the community is disgusted with his actions. Radicals can come out of any community. 4. I'm not quite sure what you mean by division, but from your comments it doesn't seem like you are too accepting of the Orthodox community, almost doing exactly of what you are so critical of it doing. In terms of exclusion, let's look at the Reform community who stretches so far for inclusion that they allow rabbis who have Non-Jewish spouses. You may not agree with their boundaries, but surely a line must be drawn somewhere.
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