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    • Patrick Kelly
    • 26.04.13 | 13:24 (IDT)

    They support the peace that will result in israel's suicide. They support terror with their silence. In direct relation to Judaism, though, they are shockingly outside the box. i was in a Reform temple for a Bris, their prayer books and rituals are concocted. The blessings inside those books resemble nothing in mainstream Judaism. However, when a Reform Rabbi can openly contradict the Torah, in words and action, they demean their movement. I have been in the company of high ranking Reform Rabbi who openly ate shrimp and lobster in a clearly non-kosher environment. There are no Rabbis I know who would remotely entertain such behavior. The Reform are light years away from Chabad in Yiddishkeit. Nobody I know would eat in 'Rabbi' Yoffie's home. The only thing kosher may be the water in my glass.

    from the article: Chabad replies: Reform Judaism's shallow message of payment without commitment
    First published 13:42 25.04.13 | Last updated 13:42 25.04.13
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