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    • bronxite10
    • 12.07.10 | 20:56 (IDT)

    Liberal Jews read about rabbis in Immanuel who want to discriminate against children, yeshivas that train their kids to exact a "Price Tag", rabbis in Tel Aviv who issue fatwas against Sudenese in their neighborhoods, Haradi who reject basic core curriculm in their schools, and religious nationalist settlers who care neither about Palastinains nor a two state solution. Do you think liberal Jews find any of that appealing? Do you think they're going to look to its practitioners as holding the keys to the cosmos or role models to be emulated? Not a chance. If their choice is between that brand of Judaism and no Judaism at all, which do you think they would choose?

    from the article: Netanyahu: Vote on conversion reform won't be brought to Knesset plenum
    First published 11:43 12.07.10 | Last updated 11:43 12.07.10
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