To #32 Worthy of acceptance???? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    Sarah, where does the sick idea you have come from???? As far as Jews are concerned all people are worthy. As opposed to Islam, we Jews DO NOT have dhiminis. I believe you mistake your friends' ideas for ours... Nothing further from the truth. If children are adopted into Jewish homes it is up to the parents and the degree of observance of those parents what to teach their children vis a vis religion. That is not indoctrination, that is what family is ...a unit.

    from the article: Israel mulls adoption of Haiti quake orphans
    First published 00:50 23.01.10 | Last updated 22:00 23.01.10
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