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    • Steve Stein
    • 24.12.07 | 22:30 (IST)

    Most reform Jews are just lazy Jews. I used to be one, until I got sick of going to shul and reading from a prayer book that was MORE politically correct, gender-sensitive, and animal-rights oriented than it was pro-Jewish, pro-Torah, or pro-Hashem. Going to shul is NOT supposed to be a "spectator event"---a Broadway show with dimmed lights, an orchestra and a start tenor cantor. I could see that the reformed leaders used their cloak of Jewishness as a cover for their leftist, degenerate politics. Whether the issue was opposition to the US military, support of lesbianism or degenerate gay marriage, the lefties in reformed Judaism used their religions as a front. I will be glad when Yoffie is exposed as a homosexual and communist. I am glad that I dropped out of the reformed shul, and chose a REAL JEWISH ORTHODOX SHUL. Yoffie should go out, have a lobster and clam dinner, and shut up. He is vile filth, and NOT a Jew

    from the article: Reform head: U.S. Jews must not oppose compromise on Jerusalem
    First published 00:00 22.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 22.12.07
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