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Religious Equality is Not for Everyone

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11 Responses to “Religious Equality is Not for Everyone”

  1. Steve Katz says:

    This is just what I posted yesterday about the womens' decision. Unity is not part of their agenda and is helping to tear apart our Jewish world at a time when UNITYACHDUT is most needed.

  2. These women are entirely self-absorbed; they serve only themselves and make a mockery of the beautiful, intimate, role that HaShem bestowed upon ALL Jewish women. Those in the Jewish world who support their abominable behaviour feed their own egos, prostrating themselves to "modern ideologies" that give power to the collective consciousness of the yetzer hara. Political correctness = personal and national devastation.

  3. These women are entirely self-absorbed; they serve only themselves and make a mockery of the beautiful, intimate, role that HaShem bestowed upon ALL Jewish women. Those in the Jewish world who support their abominable behaviour feed their own egos, prostrating themselves to "modern ideologies" that give power to the collective consciousness of the yetzer hara. Political correctness = personal and national devastation.

  4. POINT WELL TAKEN.

  5. Robin Birdfish says:

    would women be welcome to pray equally on the Temple mount or would we be pushed behind a mehitza? I guess the term religious freedom means different things to different people.

  6. Gil Gilman says:

    There is no solidarity when it comes to politics and religion, especially where politics and religion are concerned. ;-p

  7. A rational person realizes that there is a vast difference among actively supporting a position, actively opposing a position, and taking no stand one way or another. The women are not opposing Temple Mount prayer [if that really is where the Temple Mount was - there is not uniform agreement among archaeologists on that!]. Unlike the nasties who verbally and physically abuse women in opposition to their praying freely at the Kotel, the women remain focussed on their primary concern. So it is only plain nasty and an irrational statement to complain that the women do not support prayer on the Temple Mount. There is no connection between the two so there should be no expectation that the diverse group of women would all junp on the Temple Mount bandwagon. Seems some people just wan to gripe and pick a fight and speak ill of others just because they like LsShon HaRah and need something to keep themselves feeling alive….

  8. but if you dont support other people's religious freedom, then why would you expect for people to have respect for your freedom to pray at the Kotel?

  9. this seems more a war about whether women are equal in G-d's eyes or not, and if you refuse to stand up for your men to pray where they wish to pray, then why would anyone, respect your wishes to have freedom to pray at the kotel? you are hindering instead of encouraging others in their freedoms of worship.

  10. I agree, they give being a woman a bad name.

  11. SIentje: one does not need to make pronouncements of support to be a supporter. Neither are you a mind reader to know if any of them support Temple Mount prayer or not. Further Temple Mount prayer is not a question of religious freedom. Do I have the right to go into a church and tear down their cross so that I can have religious freedom to worship as I wish? In any case, the only one who has any right to be judgmental about anyone's position is HaShem. As for respect, if you do not wish to respect another, that is between you and your conscience with HaShem watching.

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