According to report in Germany's Stern magazine, unnamed Israeli agency warned German intel of planned attack the day before the game, which was to be held four days after the Paris attacks.18:09 25.11.15 | 0 comments
If secular Judaism was all we had, we'd pack our bags and call it a day now. Witness for example the Haggadah. There are more printings of the haggadah than any text other than the bible. Pesach is the most widely celebrated holiday in Israel and the diaspora. There are thousands of versions of the haggadah that have come and gone over the past 1200 years, different versions to suit the times eg workman's circle haggadah, socialist haggadah. For better or worse, they come and go, who remembers them? The one traditional haggadah is still here, following the same order, following the same script. We don't like to hear it, but the secular judaism we have now is temporary by definition, orthodox judaism will keep on, it is our lifeline. The laws of the mother carrying the religion come from the torah, calling it untenable to define a jew according to the torah is absurd. It's like wanting to call a fish a bird, just because that's what the fish wants, or is what the bird wants.fish.