very strange to see Jewish people turn against their own people, and I dont believe Jewish people wear burkas, but to not want their children to learn about evolution that should be the parents choice, not regulated by government.
Based on the statements above, if true, I do not consider them Jews. They do not fit into any category that resembles Jewish thinking. It is a shame that we have to be associated with this trash labeled as Jews. They are truly an embarrassment to humanity.
Perhaps the information needs to be authenticated before there are comments.
Comment by Saralea Altman — November 27, 2013 @ 3:51 PM
Yes, it did happen.
Comment by Gwen Pooley — November 27, 2013 @ 6:41 PM
They left, ostensibly afraid to follow the educational curriculum set out by the Quebec government. But Youth Protection was aware that the children had dental problems, poor hygiene and poor diet. This sect is anti-Israel and very reclusive. The kids had no education in either English or French. They were isolated from the world around them.
Comment by Bryna Gartenberg — November 27, 2013 @ 8:24 PM
That does not resemble a burkha. It resembles a chador.
They are as jewish as you and me…they just read the Torah differently…as do many religious factions….this group is really cultic shall we say….but just the same they are jews….and still in the dark age thinking….