Thursday, November 24, 2011

The Sikariki Yosef Me'ir Chazan got arrested yesterday


6 comments:

  1. B'H

    Interesting!

    Thse people are jobless and have no Torah scholarship. That's why they have time to bother other people!

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  2. B"H

    I wish that I had all his time, as then I could do much more for the blogs.:-))))

    Actually I will do much more blogging and researching but this is going to take another month or so.

    I just can't believe that people like Chazan are able to manage their life without work or any particular goal.

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  3. B'H

    "I just can't believe that people like Chazan are able to manage their life without work or any particular goal." Living through tzedakah and the money from abroad, you didn't know that?

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  4. B"H

    I know and find it disgusting. Jews abroad giving donations because they believe that certain religious Israeli institutions and private frum Jews do some good but the opposite is the case.

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  5. I suspect neither of you live in Israel and are familiar with what is going on over here.
    You should be a bit more suspicious about the source of your news.

    As for Chazan, in the mornings he has a seder of learning and then works for Mirs. In the afternoons he fixes seforim in various shuls in Mea Sharim. His wife has a clothing store in their apartment.

    As for the 5 month man hunt: they must have been on coffee break for 4 months and 29 days because you can see Chazan every day walking up Rehov Yeheskel at 11 am.

    But it's okay. You just keep believing whatever the blatantly anti-religious secular news source feeds you and consider yourselves informed.

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  6. B"H

    I have been living in Israel for more than 15 years and can say to have some understanding of what is going on in this country. :-)))

    Any person can do good deeds and fulfill any kind of Mitzvot. But, at the same time, he can also act in a negative way. One does not exclude the other.

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