Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Religious outreach could be outlawed in Israel

When the government of Israel forbids Jewish outreach it means we have neared the final phase in the collapse of the Hellenized State of Self-loathing Jews. I will not shed a tear when this abomination crumbles, rather, I will celebrate that an evil, Jew-hating nation has imploded.

Hat tip: American Israeli Patriot

Ynet News - A Knesset member on Tuesday proposed a bill to ban adults from "pressing" minors into becoming more involved in religion and Jewish tradition.

Ophir Paz-Pines, from the Labor party, is seeking to pass legislation to prevent adults from attempting to increase or decrease the religious involvement of anyone under the age of 18. Labor is the main coalition partner in Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's government.

According to Pines' bill, influencing the religious involvement of children can "cause the break-up of a family and cause damage to minors."

The bill was seen as targeting religious youth groups and outreach movements such as the Chabad organization, which runs programs for young Jews. Among Chabad's most successful campaigns here are street booths throughout the country that distribute Shabbat candles to Jewish girls and aid boys over the age of 13 in donning tefillin, or Jewish prayer phylacteries.

We all can only hope that those who live in the Land and despise what the Marxists are doing to the Jewish people will not be hurt when this corrupt, anti-Semitic State is destroyed. I pray that Eretz Yisroel spits this wretched government out, and the pious and just Zionists are able to rebuild a Jewish nation that is good in God's eyes soon and in our days.



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