Pulsa Denura or, the 6 year old approach to the cosmos - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • bronxite10
    • 21.06.10 | 20:06 (IDT)

    When my niece was 6, if she got angry at her father, she would say, "I'm going to tell God on you." These Yeshiva students have access to weapons but function with the minds of six year olds. Is that what comes of their Yeshiva eduction? The next step is for them to convince themselve that they are acting as God's agents. It's amazing how these students bring religion into disrepute. Their death threats suggest that they are evil. Their death threats by voodoo also suggests that they are imbeciles. It leads to the question of whether those who teach them and those who support the institutions that teach them are any better. I am giving my daughter a Jewish education, but I sure would hate to see her get involved with these Yeshiva students or their classmates.

    from the article: Two Yeshiva students charged with threatening Arab MK Tibi
    First published 17:36 21.06.10 | Last updated 17:36 21.06.10
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