Thursday, December 30, 2010
Today Moshe Katzav, ex-president of Israel and a product of the secular Zionist indoctrination of religious immigrants, was convicted of rape.
No Orthodox Jew has ever been convicted of forcible rape.
However the most hated group in Israeli society is the ultra-orthodox.
This seems rather odd. One would think that the ultra-orthodox should be the most admired.
On the other hand Russian President Vladimir Putin has been quoted as saying, "He [Katzav] really surprised us... turned out to be quite a mighty man. He raped 10 women. I never expected it from him. He surprised all of us. We all envy him."
Different cultures have different values. Perhaps the ultra-orthodox are not "manly" enough for some people's taste. Judaism teaches "who is strong one who conquers his desires". Maybe we're not real men.
Posted by jewish philosopher at 5:14 AM