As I wrote earlier, asking questions is a natural process that young people in the their late teens up to the mid and late tweenties do. Catholocs do it, Protestants do, even Jews do it, whether they are Orthodox or not. The tallk backers start trashing Jewiish traditions as if they were Columbus discovering America. It ain't no biggy, except for the people who are busy to find ways of stickin' it to the Orthodox any way and any time they feel. You can have your quarrel with Jewish traditions, and even argue with Jewish Sources, if you are informed enought to diiscuss them intelligently, and only when you understand them intelligently. Some journalist that reveals that one young woman has "questions", well, how many other young men and women have the same issues. It proved nothing that anyone who has past the age of forty, at least doesn't know, except some of the forty pluses are still so prejudiced they contnue to look ways to "stick to the dos".
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