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    • Holger Bahr
    • 28.12.11 | 19:28 (IST)

    This is a joke, right ? Honestly, I can’t believe what is going on. It sounds like a gangster rap - tune where the protagonists call all the girls „Biatches“ and only care about riding in the front seats of their fancy cars. Mrs. Doron Matalon looks stunning. Maybe the man was just overwhelmed. Maybe this whole article its just a joke. The Ultra-Orthodox are studying and waiting for Moshiach ben Yoseph and Moshiach ben Ephraim to appear. Until then „The Zionist Regime“ as the enemies of Israel call the country is a legitimate state. That means the Ultra Orthodox and the Secular must be able to live side by side. Finding a compromise without such ridiculous articles. But again .. this sounds like a joke to me as each side must be able to understand the view of the other. Best wishes. Peace. H.

    from the article: Israeli female soldier accosted for rebuffing Haredi bus segregation
    First published 16:46 28.12.11 | Last updated 16:46 28.12.11
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