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Rabbi Nosson Scherman



10 Dec 2014

Jewish values

David Benkof has written an interesting article titled Liberal Orthodoxy, Not Jewish Orthodoxy: ‘Repairing The World’ Isn’t In The Torah.

And make no mistake: tikkun olam as it’s used today grew out of recent liberal American politics, and is not a value uniting the Jewish community across space and time. If tikkun olam is for everybody, why are its advocates almost always on the left? Right-of-center Jews like me believe in world-repairing policies just as compatible – if not more so — with Jewish values. http://dailycaller.com/2014/12/10/liberal-orthodoxy-not-jewish-orthodoxy-repairing-the-world-isnt-in-the-torah/

A Jewish MP says he has received death threats because of his religion.

Lee Scott, the Conservative MP for Ilford North, said he has had five death threats in the last year.
Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-30416704


רעיית הקדוש הי"ד לנשים: 'קצרו את הפאות הארוכות'


1 comment:

  1. We all know that 'Tikkun Olam' is the mantra of the assimilated, liberal Jewish left (Reform movement, etc.). They have to rationalize their distorted unJewish Judaism with something and that being that they are supposed to fix the world. They have their own belief system which has absolutely Nothing, Nada, to do with Torah Judaism. They have caused irreparable harm to the Jewish people, as the world thinks their version of judaism is Judaism (as a majority of today's Jews are liberal and assimilated) and, therefore, blame the Jews for everything, because of liberalism, which many thinking & refined people abhor.

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