These ain’t the Neturei Kartai — but they agree with Ahmadinejad

I am uncertain if Ynet’s pairing of the related link on this article is deliberate or serendipitous. Either way, it’s chuckle- or forehead slap-worthy, depending on how you view it.


2 Responses to “These ain’t the Neturei Kartai — but they agree with Ahmadinejad”

  1. I was wondering how we could explain the stupidity of these rabbis.
    A suggestion: We lower the age of Rabbinic ordination to five and then we will have an excuse for all of the pronouncements that sound sp idiotic.

    Meir Eynaim · January 18th, 2011 at 5:56 pm
  2. In response, I encourage all progressive Jews to marry at 50, instead of 15, and to have no children at all.

    That’ll show them!

    Dave Boxthorn · January 18th, 2011 at 7:43 pm

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