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    • Zev Davis
    • 24.10.12 | 14:57 (IST)

    Trouble with the Conservative and Reform movments is that Mesoati for most Jews in Israel means something tha resemebes Normative Orthodoxy than it does "liberal non-Halachic" Judaism. The spokespeople of that poin of vew predominate most of the synagogues of his coutnry. It is possible that "if" he mass of Conservative and Reform jews came on Aliyah, we might see a change, but alas, the large pecetange of olim from North America tend to be Halachically Observant and accept the authority of the Rabbinate.''' It is not clear that Rabbi Anat is praying to God, or, attracting attention to "her cause"--the women who walk by and pray, that ignore her and speak thier words, as do the men on the other side, they are praying, anyone one else is just. 'As our sages tell us, "Whoerver looks for honor, honor escapes them, those who keep away from honors, are sought out to be honored."

    from the article: Women who libel Israel
    First published 11:58 24.10.12 | Last updated 11:58 24.10.12
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