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No not anti-religious, just doesn’t want people to identify as a religious person. Either you’re a troll or you’ve been reading too much left wing propaganda on what neutral is.
The way the French avoid being called anti-Semitic is when tney apply prejudice laws towards other people as well. The french may be anti-religion, but they are more importantly anti-Semitic.
Why would anybody live in Norfolk or Rochester? Boring towns.
I tried, but I’m to used to reading how I was taught or what I heard in shul
It’s not fraud to open a credit card. You can have 12 cards. You shouldn’t lie about your income on the application.
Fraud us fraud. Give an example.
Sefardim divisions are religious not religious rich poor mini skirt yoga pants or skirt syrian Persian Moroccan.
Today, there are many Hilonim who are sefardi. It used to be oyt of am haartzut. Today, it’s because they go to secular college.
YO, yes there are. There are Sefardim who aren’t so religious who are anti-yeshiva. Lo aleinu, their kids are ebding up in rehab and who knows what. Don’t start this.
YO has a victim complex
Clearly, Sefardim who go to yeshiva of Flatbush are different from those who go to Ateret.
Some were. What about Syrians who ride bikes on shabbos or have their TVs on during Shabbos? Want to start this?
What CTL is saying is its not what you know, it’s who you know. Ultimately, your interview skills are key to getting good jobs.
Don’t do pre-law undergrad. Maybe you see yourself in tax law. Then do an undergrad in accounting e.g. If you do well on the LSAT you can get into a good law school. But, you need good discipline for that. Do you actually want to practice law or do you want to do it for the money?
Why’s it any less safe than driving in Manhattan? I trust robotics more.
The teimanim don’t have a strong mesorah
Supply and demand always existed
Yabia, Israel isn’t the right name. It’s Eretz Yisroel. It’s 100% more frum to call a Jewish place by its Hebrew name, than an English name. It’s not that difficult.
So, twix has an OU. How’s that different than Rabbanut?June 7, 2019 7:54 pm at 7:54 pm in reply to: Looking for a Beautiful Shavuos davening in Flatbush #1740057
It’s better to call it Eretz Yisroel. Israel = Zionist state. Eretz Yisroel = Jewish homeland.June 6, 2019 4:28 pm at 4:28 pm in reply to: Looking for a Beautiful Shavuos davening in Flatbush #1739674
All registered democrats should be required to take a loyalty test, in order to be eligible to vote. It’s clear they are dangerous.
It’s an anglicized way of saying those things.
Probably in America. Go wear a turban, if you don’t like it.
Kipa is not a new thing
Cashiers are slow. I’d rather use a machine.
It’s hard to account for legal votes. In NY and CA, it’s easy for an illegal immigrant to vote. At the time of the elections, quite a few house seats in CA and NY were red. The dems would never look into illegal immigrants voting.
Then why would machmir people who eat OU/Star-K not eat Rabbanut
Avi K, it’s just CTL trying to defend Obama, whenever he can. He feels good that he may have caught me on a technicality, when he didn’t.
Then Arabic is not holy
There are different dialects of Arabic. Syriac is similar to Aramaic. I wouldn’t say the dialect dpoken in Morocco is holy.
And lawyers like fighting for the rights of terrorists and illegal immigrants for $1.
CTL, chill. Not every country that has a parliament has a president. There isn’t a president of the UK.
CTL stop lawyering. If we had a parliament and Obama was the PM, he’d be ousted in 2 years.
Obama Would be gotten thrown out in 2 years, if we had a parliament.
Why do the Americans in Israel go crazy? Do they have a reason or do they just follow the crowd?
It’s going to be a Biden/Buttigieg nominationMay 19, 2019 9:29 am at 9:29 am in reply to: When did Chabad become a Kiruv oriented Chassidus? #1728820
The chassisus movement which started with the Ba’al Shem Tov, is kind of Kiruv. Chabad does it in a different way. With them, concerns about who should be the rebbe isn’t the big issue.
Trump is a great president.
Worst in no particular order:
Woodrow WilsonMay 15, 2019 8:47 am at 8:47 am in reply to: How did Chabad change from being Anti Zionist to Pro #1727297
Ubiquitin some still want to live in a ghetto in Hungary or Poland.May 15, 2019 6:56 am at 6:56 am in reply to: How did Chabad change from being Anti Zionist to Pro #1727212
They are pro-Jewish. Get a clue.
Especially when they are setting up with people they would never dream of dating.
Lol I love how dems are now saying impeaching is a political process when they have no real power.
“Shaving during CH”M is much more machmir. Mainstream opinion is that work appearance is not actually enough to justify it for chol hamoed”
Very general statement. The heter to shave for work places in either case is specifically to ones particular circumstance. There are those who need to be clean shaven, at work.
No, but some feminists do it, for attention.
Because in general, he says things that are fitting of an apikores
“I do not make a Beracha on the recitation of Hallel like my rabbeim” because you are an apikores
Frum papers endorsed her. And, I won’t say names.
Health, you need help