The secular's view of the Haredim is so primitive. They really think that their stupid questions are so "deep", like "where was G-d?". The Haredim have no problem dealing with that question. The real question is where were all those "civilized" people? Where were all those "human rights" organizations. Where were all the "enligntened" people - the professors and people of "culture?". Where were the gods of culture, enlightenment, progress, humanity, human rights? Why did these gods allow their worshippers commit this genocide? Sound familiar? As the second genocide is being prepared in Teheran, the gods of democracy in which secular folks so profoundly believe, will stand idly by with deep cultural acquiescence and let it happen. Perhaps it's time for the seculars to ask questions about their gods?
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from the article: Sign of Haredi society coming to grips with the Holocaust