3 thoughts on “Hassidisco – Motzey Shabbiss Feever

  1. Much ado about nothing. Music is not inherently dangerous. They can’t blame the actions of these guys on rock’n’roll (or maybe they can?):

    “Among the many people Lilith spoke with, nearly all had heard stories of Rabbi Carlebach’s sexual indiscretions during his more than four-decade rabbinic career. Spiritual leaders, psychotherapists, and others report numerous incidents, from playful propositions to actual sexual contact. Most of the allegations include middle-of-the-night, sexually charged phone calls and unwanted attention or propositions. Others, which have been slower to emerge, relate to sexual molestation.”


    “Two haredi men, one the singer son of a prominent American haredi performer, were arrested Friday afternoon in Jerusalem for enticing girls, some of whom were below the age of 16, to take dangerous drugs and then to have sexual relations with them.”

  2. …what’s your point here? religious people, irreligious people, white people, black people, brown and yellow, all sorts of people are horndogs, perverts, sickos, whackos. don’t mean shit.
    aside from that tho, shlomo may have been a womanizer, but the accusations of molestation are very likely unfounded. besides, i don’t know if there’s anything wrong with being a womanizer; i think the most spiritual people are hardcore romantics. look at bob marley. man had 18 children by what, five baby’s mommas? it just demonstrates their fixation on love and their wish to physically express the love within them. is it becoming of a religious leader? well…did sholomo pedestal himself, or did people put him in that place, where they created this myth that he was perfect and virginal and could do no wrong? the man’s a man, and a creative one at that. and both science and history have shown that the most creative people are usually a bit tweaked out. so… i ain’t gonna judge shlomo.

  3. >what’s your point here?
    My point is it’s not the music but the person that is to blame for their actions and behavior.
    >but the accusations of molestation are very
    >likely unfounded
    As to Carlebach as a child molester, I suggest you read the Lilith article. This article was not written by his detractors. It was written by and quotes friends and supporters of Carlebach and his approach to Judaism.

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