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    • sam
    • 01.01.12 | 13:16 (IST)

    Rabbis in the early days to control their followers introduced laws, telling their followers, that is the way to live according to God. Now in 2012 they are caught and they do not know how to deal with the situation. Rabbinic laws are just rabbinic laws and have to change with times, we are not tribes anymore, or just do not involve others in your belief and your way of life. Just remember when these laws were introduced there was no bus, that only means that your Rabbis are the one that introduced the segragation, you should not have a mobile phone or a TV not even a house, go live in a tent, and make everyone happy

    from the article: Israeli politicians decry ultra-Orthodox protesters' use of Holocaust imagery
    First published 09:11 01.01.12 | Last updated 09:11 01.01.12
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