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Jerusalem - In an interview that appeared last night on Israeli television show Hamakor , Beit Shemesh extremist Moshe Friedman offered his views on the recent controversy that has thrust this city of 80,000 into the headlines.

Friedman, who was just recently released from prison to house arrest after being arrested on a number of charges including common assault, assaulting a public servant, insulting a public servant, obstructing a police officer and spitting at a reporter, will be facing trial in a few weeks.

“No one spat the girls,” said Friedman in the interview.  “It didn’t happen.  It is a blatant lie.”

When asked if anyone had spat at women, Friedman replied that he didn’t know.

“From age three and up both girls and women are obligated to dress modestly,” explained the twenty seven year old father of two. Friedman was known to stand outside the Orot Banot school daily, shouting ‘Gevald!’ as mothers would bring their daughters to the school, which had become a symbol of the religious conflict in Beit Shemesh.

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While Friedman admits that he would never want anyone screaming at his daughter, he blames the clientele at Orot Banot for the controversy, saying that it is clear that the only reason they are situated in the midst of a Chareidi area is to disrupt the neighbors and cause conflict.

While Friedman was in prison at the time the infamous demonstrations that featured people clad in Holocaust era yellow stars, he defended their actions and likened the current actions of the Israeli government to that of the Nazis.

“During the war people with beards were also singled out and treated in despicable ways, just as today, the authorities are clearly looking to torment those who live by the ways of the Torah,” said Friedman.

Friedman told Hamakor that he and fellow extremists just want to live quietly, according to their own values, in their neighborhood. 

“In our community, we don’t get any stipends from the government, because once you take money from someone, they have the right to tell you what to do,” said Friedman.  “We pray constantly for the day when the government of malice will finally be removed from our land.”

Watch below the full interview.

 


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 Feb 01, 2012 at 08:04 PM Why Says:

Why do people who clearly have nothing to do with Yiddishkeit wear religious garb and pretend to speak on behalf of Torah values?

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 08:10 PM nyker Says:

Go streight to jail. you blame everyone but yourself. even worse you say we pray for the day when the govmt will be removed. by which way do you suggest? You dont vote or pay your fair share in taxes, and throw stones at police, only way left would bring bloodshed. the only nazis i see are the ones wearing the clothes trying to portray themselves victim.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 08:16 PM menachemwh Says:

We pray constantly for the day when the government of malice will finally be removed from our land.”
It is sad how sick and depraved this person is

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 08:20 PM Mikey Says:

Even if his complete insanity was da'as Torah, one simple question. If he doesn't take anything from them, where were his two children born and who paid for it????? He surely doesn't have the cash to pay for a birth...

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 08:23 PM Anonymous Says:

I agree that if itts true that people want to start conflicts its wrong (if that is true I don't know) and is frusturating but clearly there are ways to deal with it and not to push the matter further

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 08:33 PM shlomogabai Says:

He doesn't take any money? That's a lie! They all take money! How else do they support their fanatical views!

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 08:40 PM HowLowCanWeGo Says:

And I pray that anyone, whether religious or not religious. who teaches and spreads narrow, baseless hatred, sinas chinam, and causes global chilul Hashem through their barbaric behavior, be removed from our Holy Land. These people cause darkness in Eretz Yisrael, a holy place whose special people whose mission it is to strive to create holiness, light and unity among all Jews and all mankind through Torah..

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:14 PM Anonymous Says:

See that look in the eyes of this idealogue in that photo above? I've seen that same look in the eyes of so many Moslems.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:14 PM bubii Says:

How does he support his family does he work,he looks to me that he doesnt know what life is all about extreemly naivet and clueless.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:31 PM somekid Says:

Sadly these ppl are taking a torah true Hashkafa and perverting it. when Zionism started, Rabbanim fought tooth and nail to fight thier deadly ideas from spreading. this included having no contact with the kofrim for fear of being influenced. Satmar, toldos aharon and Brisk held that to take any money from the kofrim was assur. (the Aguda, along with the Chazon Ish, held diffrently) While it is wrong to behave as these people did, we have to keep our Hashlofa straight. Calling these ppl not worthy of klal yisrael is just as much spreading sinas chinam

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:32 PM shredready Says:

Reply to #4  
Mikey Says:

Even if his complete insanity was da'as Torah, one simple question. If he doesn't take anything from them, where were his two children born and who paid for it????? He surely doesn't have the cash to pay for a birth...

yes

and that is the big lie they like to say over and over .

they take plenty from the government, maybe not directly but take they do.

do they have their own doctors and hospitals. If not, do they pay for their care.

as as other mentioned they are protected from Arabs by the IDF

if they get attack would they refuse help from the police or idf

they are delusional, they use the roads , paid by taxes what about the buses they are subsidized.

I guess this is what happens when you do not educate your children,

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:34 PM shredready Says:

Reply to #4  
Mikey Says:

Even if his complete insanity was da'as Torah, one simple question. If he doesn't take anything from them, where were his two children born and who paid for it????? He surely doesn't have the cash to pay for a birth...

interesting he has no issues using TV to get his point across.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:39 PM curious Says:

This is a political argument. When the school was planned ten years ago, it was not near a chareidi community. After 10 years in the making, the neighboring area became more right wing. The chareidim want the building for themselves so they are harassing the original locals. Furthermore, the locals are not prutzim. They cover up pretty. Additionally, if this guy is worried about pritzus, he should practice shmirus einayim and avert his eyes from rather than scream at these children.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:42 PM shmiell Says:

Reply to #6  
shlomogabai Says:

He doesn't take any money? That's a lie! They all take money! How else do they support their fanatical views!

Sorry, but you're wrong; there are several major groups of real Chareidim (almost all of whom virulently condemn this thug and his cohorts' behaviour) who steadfastly refuse to take the government's money, neither for themselves nor for their schools. Many of them receive Chareidi funds from Chutz Laaretz especially earmarked for those who won't take the Israelli government's money. Many Gedolim were very particular about who they would accept money from. You may not agree with their hashkofos, but you have to admire their emes (I mean the real Chareidim, not these gangsters) in sticking to their views and being consistant, unlike other groups that play "chameleon" and take what they should consider "tainted" funds, and only stick to their views when it doesn't cost anything.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 09:55 PM Anonymous Says:

I thought they aren't allowed to have cell phones. He is speaking on one.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 10:14 PM Anonymous Says:

The events of the past several months have made it clear that the large percentage of Israelis will no longer tolerate these animals in their midst and recognize them as a greater threat than Hamas. I would be very surprised if he and his cohorts will survive the crushing response that is about to be triggered against them from normal yidden. I feel sorry for his children but that is a price we will have to pay to rid this dreche from our midst.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 10:14 PM shredready Says:

Reply to #14  
shmiell Says:

Sorry, but you're wrong; there are several major groups of real Chareidim (almost all of whom virulently condemn this thug and his cohorts' behaviour) who steadfastly refuse to take the government's money, neither for themselves nor for their schools. Many of them receive Chareidi funds from Chutz Laaretz especially earmarked for those who won't take the Israelli government's money. Many Gedolim were very particular about who they would accept money from. You may not agree with their hashkofos, but you have to admire their emes (I mean the real Chareidim, not these gangsters) in sticking to their views and being consistant, unlike other groups that play "chameleon" and take what they should consider "tainted" funds, and only stick to their views when it doesn't cost anything.

who pays for their medical bill do they go to a different country and pay or when they go to the hospital do they ask for bill

if not then they do take

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 10:22 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #1  
Why Says:

Why do people who clearly have nothing to do with Yiddishkeit wear religious garb and pretend to speak on behalf of Torah values?

You amy disagree with him but what makes him have nothing to do with yiddishkit?

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 10:23 PM really? Says:

There was talk of making the chareidi part of Beit Shemesh into a separate municipality. It was quashed because that area could not support its municipal services as the people don't pay taxes due to low incomes. It then becomes quite obvious that they are taking money from the gov't in the form of services.
His stance that the others came to the neighborhood of the chareidim is simply false. The Chareidim came to a town that was entirely not chareidi and now have the chutzpa to say they were there first.
To compare what happened during the Holocaust to what he has "experienced" is simply a display of either ignorance or stupidity.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 10:36 PM Memory Says:

Reply to #8  
Anonymous Says:

See that look in the eyes of this idealogue in that photo above? I've seen that same look in the eyes of so many Moslems.

So true. The eyes are window to the soul.

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 10:36 PM chaimme Says:

this rasha is appearing on Telivision. .......Which of his rabbis allowed it. ? I am sure his chaverim were watching on the hidden TVs they keep in their bedrooms ....How else would they pass all their free time. .

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 10:47 PM Anonymous Says:

Nothing wrong with wanting to live a life of tznius. We should all strive to be this way. No one can argue the fact that the Israeli ideology is to remove the torah life style from the majority. What's wrong with protesting imodest behavior in the midst of a mostly chasidishe neighborhood?. There not protesting in Tel Aviv at the night club strip. Now get this, no one spits -yes , there possibly has been one meshigene that did spit. Every group has their share of sikkos. Every one of your great grand parents were the same type as these chasidim. Respect these keepers of the faith!

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 Feb 01, 2012 at 11:30 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #8  
Anonymous Says:

See that look in the eyes of this idealogue in that photo above? I've seen that same look in the eyes of so many Moslems.

I Fully agree with this Article, look at his point of view, don't be so hatred, and btw all the arab and Israelis have the eyes.......

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 12:11 AM hadar Says:

The nazis y's did not just single out Jews with beards, anyone affiliated by name was taken into acount an considered a Jew.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 12:35 AM Anonymous Says:

Btw, I know for a fact that this guy learned in a yeshiva that took money from the govt.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 12:43 AM MENDEL Says:

Reply to #22  
Anonymous Says:

Nothing wrong with wanting to live a life of tznius. We should all strive to be this way. No one can argue the fact that the Israeli ideology is to remove the torah life style from the majority. What's wrong with protesting imodest behavior in the midst of a mostly chasidishe neighborhood?. There not protesting in Tel Aviv at the night club strip. Now get this, no one spits -yes , there possibly has been one meshigene that did spit. Every group has their share of sikkos. Every one of your great grand parents were the same type as these chasidim. Respect these keepers of the faith!

How dare you compare our sainted ancestors of blessed memory to this animal! My great grandmother z'l whom I remember and was born in 1860 was a G-d fearing religious woman. This piece of shmutZ is not good enough to have cleaned her floors.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 12:48 AM We need Says:

It all starts with lack of education.... an insular society which discourages general education and socializing with different types of Jews creates a society of prejudice and distorted thinking. It's so easy to create a narrow minded society, intolerant of anyone different. This does not require any intelligence, only indoctrination. The real challenge is to create a Torah society of tolerant people who are steadfast to Torah and at the same time value every Jew. A society which realizes that we are all part of a greater body of Am Yisrael.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 01:15 AM Respect Says:

Reply to #15  
Anonymous Says:

I thought they aren't allowed to have cell phones. He is speaking on one.

Firstly, this is total sheker. I have a number of friends whose children were spit at regularly for a period of about a month. There was a bag of feces thrown into the yard at recess and fish guts painted on the walls of a classroom.

To #8, almost everyone in Israel has a cell phone. There is a kosher cell phone plan that is wildly popular and much cheaper for kosher calls. There is no texting or internet access, and phone calls on shabbos and yom tov, as well as to non-kosher phone numbers are prohibitively expensive.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 01:22 AM Geographic Reality Says:

Please consult a map or speak to someone in the neighborhood. This school is between two dati leumi neighborhoods and a chareidi neighborhood. This yeshiva was planned as a new building for an existing dati leumi yeshiva that had outgrown their old building. While this dati leumi yeshiva was being built for the existing neighborhood, the chareidi neighborhood of Ramat Bet began to baruch hashem grow. This neighborhood grew to extend into this traditionally mostly-not-chareidi neighborhood in Bet Shemesh.

And so, this yeshiva is now bordered on two of three sides by Dati Leumi neighborhoods for which this building was intended. In fact, the chareidi buildings directly next to the school are still under construction and do not yet have any residents. This is now a mixed neighborhood, and new neighbors are going to have to learn to get along with their fellow FRUM jews without yelling, spitting, or throwing feces.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 02:42 AM enough! Says:

Reply to #1  
Why Says:

Why do people who clearly have nothing to do with Yiddishkeit wear religious garb and pretend to speak on behalf of Torah values?

This has nothing to do with religious garb!
A KIPA and tzitzut are religious garbs the rest is garbAGE

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 03:13 AM TLERMA Says:

One of the many problems we face is disunity. The Jewish way is best captured by the example our Sages OBM. Do we really think we will encourage Yidden to cleave to Torah values through violence, anger, and fear? Honey works better than Vinegar. This technique of attacking children, young Jewish women, etc.. is far beneath the Jewish people, and far beneath a Chasid with Payot. I do not know of many Chassidic Rabbanim who would condone such a practice. We will only alienate our perople further.... Kindness, Ahavat Yisrael, will go a lot further...

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 04:29 AM simple1 Says:

Eagle- if the facts were such that the people moved into a chareidi neighborhood, then yes, I agree as well. However, THE CHAREIDIM CAME AFTER. THEY ARE THE ONES THAT MOVED INTO THE NON CHAREIDI NEIGHBORHOOD. please people, get the facts straight. it's sad enough that no one can get along, but at least be accurate.
let them move and live into their own private neighborhood, as Mr. Friedman said they'd like to live. why pick Beit Shemesh, a beautiful MIXED city. stupid choice on their part...

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 05:42 AM manwith1leg Says:

how is shouting gevalt at yidden going to make them keep better tznius?
show them the beauty of it not the ugliness of the people who keep it.
this man is a disgrace. a machalel shem shomayim b'farhesyah.
yom kippur is not mechaper.
vnikdashti BSOICH bnei yisroel.
he is a liar
midvar sheker tirchok.
this man is not representative of ehrliche yidden
we ehrliche yidden who care must proclaim
ONU MOICHIN. this is not yiddishkeit this is thuggery.
ramban says in parshas kedoishim "al tihyeh novol birshus ha toiroh"

we ehriliche yidden are not like this.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 06:46 AM Anonymous Says:

"Those people" were there first. The chareidim moved next to a school that had been planned for years.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 07:23 AM sechelyoshor Says:

I'm just wondering how he's been making ends meet. Is someone funding him to stand outside the school all day and shout gevalt? Or is that just his side job and he only does that at the start and close of each school day?

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 07:44 AM shredready Says:

because it was the other way around the chareidim where the late comers to this area

they lie about that like they lie they do not take anything from the government

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 08:02 AM qazxc Says:

Reply to #22  
Anonymous Says:

Nothing wrong with wanting to live a life of tznius. We should all strive to be this way. No one can argue the fact that the Israeli ideology is to remove the torah life style from the majority. What's wrong with protesting imodest behavior in the midst of a mostly chasidishe neighborhood?. There not protesting in Tel Aviv at the night club strip. Now get this, no one spits -yes , there possibly has been one meshigene that did spit. Every group has their share of sikkos. Every one of your great grand parents were the same type as these chasidim. Respect these keepers of the faith!

I don't know about your grandparents but mine were normal ehrlicher yiddin. Please don't be motzi shem ra on them by saying the grandparents of all of us were like these fruit cakes.

My grandfathers had jobs and were moser nefesh to daven betzibur, learn before shachris and after maariv and to pay sechar limud. They didn't live off of hand outs and spend their days looking at the legs of thhr

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 08:11 AM AviGadol Says:

Reply to #4  
Mikey Says:

Even if his complete insanity was da'as Torah, one simple question. If he doesn't take anything from them, where were his two children born and who paid for it????? He surely doesn't have the cash to pay for a birth...

Insurance!
Private insurance does exist in Eretz Yisroel.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 09:14 AM Firshtradzivil Says:

Reply to #29  
Respect Says:

Firstly, this is total sheker. I have a number of friends whose children were spit at regularly for a period of about a month. There was a bag of feces thrown into the yard at recess and fish guts painted on the walls of a classroom.

To #8, almost everyone in Israel has a cell phone. There is a kosher cell phone plan that is wildly popular and much cheaper for kosher calls. There is no texting or internet access, and phone calls on shabbos and yom tov, as well as to non-kosher phone numbers are prohibitively expensive.

A masah with a boidem ,you are making up stories on Ehrliche Yiden

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 09:46 AM qazxc Says:

Reply to #39  
AviGadol Says:

Insurance!
Private insurance does exist in Eretz Yisroel.

And how does he pay for private health insurance if he doesn't have a job?

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 10:24 AM qazxc Says:

A man who gets aroused (or even notices) the toes of an eight year old girl doesn't need to grow up.

He needs help. Serious help.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 10:40 AM Cadd9 Says:

Moishel'a Friedman has a job. He works for the Eidah. (This according to the report.)
As a clarification.
Of the groups that make up the Eidah only Toldas Aron doesn't officially allow their adherents take money for INDIVIDUALS from the Zionists all others take bituach leumi, kupat cholim etc. The issur is only for Mosdos Hatorah.
The vast majority take for the mosodos Hatorah through selling the teudat ziut numbers to other Yeshivos. There was a din torah a few years back ,regarding Torah Viyirah forcing the parents to supply the citizen number for their children.
The vast majority of eidah adherents take full advantage of the largess of the zionists while cursing them. (The reporter alludes to it)
Only fools believe that Satmar supports the whole Anti-Zionist community in Israel. The majority of Satmarers here in the USA are living in poverty or sustenance level. The satmar mosdos here are in need of huge donations. There is no way to spport 22,000 children in Yeshivos of the Eidah in Israel.
They are deluding you and in most cases themselves by saying they don't take moneyfrom the Medina. They have others do it for them.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 10:53 AM bigwheeel Says:

Reply to #10  
somekid Says:

Sadly these ppl are taking a torah true Hashkafa and perverting it. when Zionism started, Rabbanim fought tooth and nail to fight thier deadly ideas from spreading. this included having no contact with the kofrim for fear of being influenced. Satmar, toldos aharon and Brisk held that to take any money from the kofrim was assur. (the Aguda, along with the Chazon Ish, held diffrently) While it is wrong to behave as these people did, we have to keep our Hashlofa straight. Calling these ppl not worthy of klal yisrael is just as much spreading sinas chinam

Yes. the Hashkafah is fine. But when it translates to violence and terror, no ideology in the world can justify that. Especially not Daas Torah. Also. That little girl who attended the "Orot" school in Beit Shemesh was dressed very tznius'dik, as we've seen in the pictures on the news report this week. There is an expression in Gemarah. (In reference to forcibly attempting to change other people's ideology) אינהו בדידהו ואנן בדידן. "Let others go about their own way and we will focus on continuing our lifestyle". In other words "Live and let Live". In any case. this entire disaster in Beit Shemesh is a phony issue. It comes from a sense of entitlement on
the part of those perpetrators.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 10:56 AM Anonymous Says:

there are basic halachos of tznius, and it has nothing to do with if someone gets aroused because of an eight year olds toes or an eighty year old woman's either. From the age of three (some say five) a girl must dress properly. There is nothing wrong with someone trying to uphold this.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 11:27 AM AP Says:

This shmendrick is making a mockery of judaism. I hope they put him in cheirim along with all the other so called zealots.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 11:57 AM moshe1 Says:

Reply to #25  
hadar Says:

The nazis y's did not just single out Jews with beards, anyone affiliated by name was taken into acount an considered a Jew.

This statement is so wrong, The Nazis did not care if the mother was Jewish or not. They also killed the gypsies....
The only decider who is a Jew or whom to love and hate is the TORAH.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 12:02 PM maxedout Says:

Reply to #46  
Anonymous Says:

there are basic halachos of tznius, and it has nothing to do with if someone gets aroused because of an eight year olds toes or an eighty year old woman's either. From the age of three (some say five) a girl must dress properly. There is nothing wrong with someone trying to uphold this.

Again, how your wife and daughters dress is your business, how someone else's wife and daughters dress is not. What is so hard to understand about this? Are you so perfect? So, to answer your question, there is something very very wrong with "trying to uphold this." Mind your own (&^#(*^$ business. That about says it all.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 12:12 PM qazxc Says:

Reply to #46  
Anonymous Says:

there are basic halachos of tznius, and it has nothing to do with if someone gets aroused because of an eight year olds toes or an eighty year old woman's either. From the age of three (some say five) a girl must dress properly. There is nothing wrong with someone trying to uphold this.

No one is stopping this fool's family from dressing to his standards of tznius and no one is forcing him to check what's going on below or beneath the little girls' skirts.

STOP LOOKING FOR PRITZUS AND YOU WON'T FIND IT!

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 01:08 PM Robert Says:

events such as these show the need for mutual respect and unity

i pray to God that the jewsih people should unite and learn to tolerate each other no matter what.. God is the judge not us

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 01:36 PM Anonymous Says:

This guy is a publicity seeker. Serious kanoyim don't give interviews to papers & of course not to TV. [Most of the self proclaimed kanoyim simpy want action %/or publicity.]
Nevertheless there is some truth to his points. Some of the countering "facts" given are false. Not all but the truth is somewhat in between as it frequently is the case.
Many charedim in Israel work, particularly chassidishe ones.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 04:49 PM wondering Says:

Reply to #46  
Anonymous Says:

there are basic halachos of tznius, and it has nothing to do with if someone gets aroused because of an eight year olds toes or an eighty year old woman's either. From the age of three (some say five) a girl must dress properly. There is nothing wrong with someone trying to uphold this.

"uphold what"? It is a chumra to cover toes so why must everyone follow their chumras. Oh I forgot, now that the Chareidim have moved to town there is no difference between halacha and chumra. If you can point to a "halachic" requirement to cover toes I would be very interested. And in case you dont know the difference, which based on your comment you probably dont, halacha for Ashkenazim is generally in the Shuclan Aruch although I can be open minded. But it is NOT on a poster on a billboard.

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 Feb 02, 2012 at 11:25 PM ShalomCon Says:

Reply to #50  
qazxc Says:

No one is stopping this fool's family from dressing to his standards of tznius and no one is forcing him to check what's going on below or beneath the little girls' skirts.

STOP LOOKING FOR PRITZUS AND YOU WON'T FIND IT!

"STOP LOOKING FOR PRITZUS AND YOU WON'T FIND IT! ”

This is the best solution!

It's really hard to find one redeeming value in this Friedman. The creep admits to hanging around the girls school shouting "Gevaldt", but completely fails to explain why or how he believes this will work. For some reason he believes that the neighborhood belongs to chareidim and nobody else; and intimidation of little girls and women will drive non-chareidi frumkeit away. He denies that little girls were spit upon, but says it's possible that women were. Like that's somehow acceptable!

What a laugh: In the news clip, he is noticeably disturbed by the questions about where his money comes from. He stumbles for words and can't even look the interviewer in the eye.

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