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Religious extremists threaten democracy in Israel

 
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Israel must develop a policy enabling police, state prosecution and the courts to apply the law to deal with the rioters and their spiritual leaders, who encourage them to run wild.


Haaretz Editorial | Dec.28, 2011 | 1:50 AM | 36

The violent incidents in Beit Shemesh this week, beginning with little Na'ama Margolese, who was spat on and cursed on her way home from school, and followed by an attack on television crews that had come to cover the news, should set off major alarm bells. The public at large has sensed the danger and Tuesday evening they came to Beit Shemesh in large numbers to demonstrate against this extremist violence and against the ominous threat that it represents. The demonstration is welcome and is evidence of civic involvement and concern and the need to protect society from those who come to destroy it. Even so, it should be remembered that Beit Shemesh is an extreme case, that the hard core among the rioters represents a problematic exception and that most of the ultra-Orthodox population decries this extremism and has itself suffered greatly from it.

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For some time now, Israeli women have been protesting against what they see as efforts by some ultra-Orthodox jewish people to exclude them from public spaces. Ultra-Orthodox jewish people counter it is they who are suffering discrimination. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from Jerusalem.
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A few dozen Israeli women participate in a"Flashmob" dance in Jerusalem against the exclusion of women from public space. January 17, 2012. Photo byA few dozen Israeli women participate in a"Flashmob" dance event on Ben Yehuda street in the center of Jerusalem. The "Flashmob" was organized in response to the demand by some religious bodies to exclude women from public life in Israeli society. January 17, 2012.
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It's all media BS trying to divide between secular and religious, and make sure the sheeple don't get too religious
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Israel must develop a policy enabling police, state prosecution and the courts to apply the law to deal with the rioters and their spiritual leaders, who encourage them to run wild.


Haaretz Editorial | Dec.28, 2011 | 1:50 AM | 36

The violent incidents in Beit Shemesh this week, beginning with little Na'ama Margolese, who was spat on and cursed on her way home from school, and followed by an attack on television crews that had come to cover the news, should set off major alarm bells. The public at large has sensed the danger and Tuesday evening they came to Beit Shemesh in large numbers to demonstrate against this extremist violence and against the ominous threat that it represents. The demonstration is welcome and is evidence of civic involvement and concern and the need to protect society from those who come to destroy it. Even so, it should be remembered that Beit Shemesh is an extreme case, that the hard core among the rioters represents a problematic exception and that most of the ultra-Orthodox population decries this extremism and has itself suffered greatly from it.

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The "ultra-Orthodox" are the biggest problem, the whole lot of them are fucking useless and contribute exactly zero to society at large,they only take, and cause friction with the rest of us for no other reason then their own ignorance and self righteousness.
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It's all media BS trying to divide between secular and religious, and make sure the sheeple don't get too religious
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The "Sheeple" in Israel are ALL religious.

Just like the "Sheeple" in the U.S are by and large Christian.

Religion breeds Sheeple.
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It's all media BS trying to divide between secular and religious, and make sure the sheeple don't get too religious
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The "Sheeple" in Israel are ALL religious.

Just like the "Sheeple" in the U.S are by and large Christian.

Religion breeds Sheeple.
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True faith liberates from all oppression.
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A few dozen Israeli women participate in a"Flashmob" dance in Jerusalem against the exclusion of women from public space. January 17, 2012. Photo byA few dozen Israeli women participate in a"Flashmob" dance event on Ben Yehuda street in the center of Jerusalem. The "Flashmob" was organized in response to the demand by some religious bodies to exclude women from public life in Israeli society. January 17, 2012.
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I see no Israeli women there. Students only. They could dance for free plastic/ophthalmology surgery in Israel as well because they are not good looking and most of them wear glasses. I don't think their issues are religion related.

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It's all media BS trying to divide between secular and religious, and make sure the sheeple don't get too religious
 Quoting: tarfonwxx


The "Sheeple" in Israel are ALL religious.

Just like the "Sheeple" in the U.S are by and large Christian.

Religion breeds Sheeple.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19039470


True faith liberates from all oppression.
 Quoting: tarfonwxx


Nothing from the lines of Abraham is free at all.

They are all slaves of the very worst kind.

They are the furthest thing from knowing God, they worship a long dead Babylonian/Mespotamian Deity named Enlil.

And they haven't a clue because they are useless sheep, indoctrinated since birth to believe lies of their father.
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Re: Religious extremists threaten democracy in Israel
more proof that religion is a mental illness
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Re: Religious extremists threaten democracy in Israel
It's all media BS trying to divide between secular and religious, and make sure the sheeple don't get too religious
 Quoting: tarfonwxx


Bullshit!
Orthdox haredi sap the country of its treasure. Do not work. do not go into the IDf (this is changing) and seek to impose archaic, backward laws upon a modern society.

If they ( the ultra orthodox) want to behave like that, maybe they should move to an island somewhere isolated so that nobody but those who wish to remain in the 8th century
can do so with happiness and freedom; however, without the nanny state to throw money at them, they would actually have to do something honest to earn their upkeep. Oh what a horror.

Then there is all that rabinnic gobbledygook about how it is perfectly allright for the idiot non orthodox jews to feed and clothe the Haredi - something about balaam's ass or some such nonsense.

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