Sunday, February 18, 2018 

Poland's premier is only making things worse

It seems that, at a time when any country in Europe would need all the help it can get in an era where Islamofascism's become a serious threat, Poland's representatives have only led to embarrassment:
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned as “outrageous” his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki’s remark Saturday that Jewish perpetrators were also responsible for the Holocaust.

“The Polish prime minister’s remarks here in Munich are outrageous,” said Netanyahu, who is also in Germany for a security conference.

“There is a problem here of an inability to understand history and a lack of sensitivity to the tragedy of our people. I intend to speak with him forthwith,” Netanyahu said in a statement from Munich.
To make matters worse, Germany's foreign minister even defended Poland's political idiots, which only compounds the problem more. The primary article continues:
Addressing the Munich Security Conference earlier, Morawiecki was rejecting criticism of a new law that criminalizes mentions of Polish state complicity in the Holocaust, when he was asked by an Israeli journalist if sharing his family’s history of persecution in Poland would be outlawed under the new legislation.

“Of course it’s not going to be punishable, [it’s] not going to be seen as criminal to say that there were Polish perpetrators, as there were Jewish perpetrators, as there were Russian perpetrators, as there were Ukrainian; not only German perpetrators,” Morawiecki told Yedioth Ahronoth’s Ronen Bergman.
This is just stupefying, mainly because I've got a feeling he's not talking about "kapos", the word for collaborators. The man's a major disappointment, along with quite a few other Polish politicians.

And Jews living in Poland are already starting to feel devastated and uneasy:
Matylda Jonas-Kowalik has spent most of her 22 years secure in the belief that she would never know the discrimination, persecution or violence that killed or traumatized generations of Polish Jews before her. She once thought the biggest problem that young Jewish Poles like herself faced was finding a Jewish boyfriend or girlfriend in a country dominated by Catholics.

But an eruption of anti-Semitic comments in public debates amid a diplomatic dispute with Israel over a new Holocaust speech law has caused to her to rethink that certainty. Now she and others fear the hostile rhetoric could eventually trigger anti-Semitic violence, and she finds herself thinking constantly about whether she should leave Poland.

“This is my home. I have never lived anywhere else and wanted this to keep being my home,” said Jonas-Kowalik, a Jewish studies major at Warsaw University. “But this makes me very anxious. I don’t know what to expect.”

Poland’s Jewish community is the surviving remnant of a vibrant and diverse Polish- and Yiddish-speaking community that numbered 3.3 million on the eve of the Holocaust. Only 10 percent survived the German genocide, while postwar violence and persecution in the first decades of communist rule forced out many of the survivors.

Since communism’s collapse in 1989, Jewish life has been re-emerging, with young people feeling safe enough in Poland’s democracy to embrace a heritage their parents and grandparents had largely repressed.

Yet anxieties have been creeping in amid a global rise in xenophobia that was also felt in Poland.
With this recent shift in Poland, it's clear they never abandoned anti-semitism on a serious basis, and part of the blame for that will have to fall on other countries with alleged common sense who never called on them to modify their legal systems to ensure improvements. Now, we're reaching a situation where Poland's taking away attention that should be reserved for focusing on Islamofascism's terrible impact on Europe. And they obviously don't care.

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Saturday, February 17, 2018 

Haredi cult overlords don't want anybody dressing in IDF costumes for Purim

It's not entirely new, but it's still a show of disrespect for the Israeli army they're putting on display:
As the Purim holiday approaches, a group of 35 leading Sephardic haredi rabbis penned a letter expressing their opposition to the popular custom of dressing up as IDF soldiers.

The rabbis wrote that dressing up as soldiers would be improper "at a time when the government is trying to seduce and intimidate the youth," into serving in the army, and alleged that the costumes would legitimize IDF service in the haredi community.

The rabbis wrote that instead of IDF soldiers, "children should be encouraged to dress up like rabbis and righteous people in order to emulate them."

"These costumes have a great influence on the souls of our children and their aspirations and we need to educate them to stay away from this ugliness," added the letter, which was signed by senior rabbis in some of the most prominent Sephardic yeshivas, including Rabbi Shalom Cohen, who heads the Shas party's Council of Torah Sages.

The letter marks the first time that senior rabbis of the Sephardic haredi stream have issued a ban on such costumes. While rabbis from the Lithuanian-haredi stream have been issuing such letters annually since 2013, the Sephardic rabbis are considered more moderate in their attitude towards IDF service.
Well, if anything, it demonstrates how little respect the people associated with the disgraceful Shas party have for those defending the country while they live on socialist welfare. And to imply rabbis are inherently righteous is a very dumb thing to do, because there have sadly been rabbis who've committed wrongs too. Heck, who's even righteous in any era? To put it that way risks pushing for sainthood. That's not the way to go about these issues.

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French government accused of following sharia on the topic of housing benefits

Here's a report that's cause for concern over in France:
The French government has been accused of following Islamic law, specifically one which designates guardianship of children, to determine housing benefits for Muslims.

The French housing benefit, known as CAF, is calculated on a number of factors, including the income of a household and how many children live in a household.

On the official website of the CAF, the government mentions a form of Islamic jurisprudence known as “Kafala” as being valid alongside other documents to prove guardianship of children, leading some to question if the government is following Islamic law.

Anti-Islamisation Front National MP Gilbert Collard questioned the French state giving legal legitimacy to what he called a “Quranic judgement”.

Describing Kafala as “totally foreign to any French legal norm” and arguing that such judgements are “directly derived from the Quranic law”, Collard asked the French Justice Ministry how Quranic law held any force in France.

Fellow Front National member and MEP Bernard Monot also questioned whether or not the policy was a sign of Islamisation.
If the government's smart, they'll drop the subject from the listings on the site, and not promote such propaganda any longer. It's totally detrimental, and Laurent Waquiez, as the new leader of Les Republicains, would do well to address the issue as well.

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Gender separate courses for Haredis in state-sponsored tour guiding are inappropriate

It's great if the Haredi community's willing to do what it takes to work in jobs, but, not if they're going to go by customs that contradict free society:
The state agreed this week to cancel a gender-separate a tour-guiding course following a court petition by the Israeli Women’s Network arguing that such separation is discriminatory and forbidden in state institutions.

In August 2017, the Tourism Ministry published a tender for a gender-separate tour-guiding course aimed at Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) men. The Israeli Women’s Network claimed however in its petition to the Jerusalem District Court that “the stipulation in the Tourism ministry’s tender that the tour-guiding course be conducted separately on the basis of gender harms the constitutional right to equality and contravenes the instructions of the law for tenders and the law against discrimination.”

The organization pointed out that the course is a state provided service, subsidised by the state and the public purse, and helps define the labor market and professional networks of the country.

Judge Oded Shaham said during a hearing on Wednesday that the state would need to demonstrate “a factual basis justifying separation, because separation is discrimination and just once is sufficient to harm the right to equality.

It is thought that the ruling could have a significant impact on similar cases, such as demands for gender separation in institutions of higher education, the work place, and other forums.

Due to the pressure of the petition and the judge’s position, the state agreed to retract the tender and republish it without reference to gender.
If anything, the tourism ministry, if they're the ones who advertised the course, should not have put in pandering notions for Haredis. What they could've done was say they hope all segments of society will apply without letting "customs" get in the way, and they shouldn't be acting as though the Haredi customs involving gender segregation are even remotely acceptable.

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Friday, February 16, 2018 

No surprise: police lack enough evidence to recommend indicting Netanyahu

It turns out, according to a current TV report, that the Israeli police don't have enough evidence, if at all, to recommend an indictment against Netanyahu:
The police recommendations that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should be indicted on charges of corruption are not backed up by enough evidence, sources in the state prosecution reportedly said according to a shocking TV report broadcast Wednesday.

The report, from Hadashot news and translated by the Times of Israel, said that according to sources, “Not everything asserted in the recommendations is backed up by the evidence” and the police “inflated the balloon to the very limit.” The report also said the prosecution clashed repeatedly with the police over the case, with the police saying it could be wrapped up in eight months and continuing beyond that would be a waste of time.

However, in light of the report, the Justice Ministry issued a rare statement on Thursday, emphasizing that the Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit and the state prosecution “are working in full coordination and excellent cooperation with the Israel Police.”

The prosecution, however, seems to believe that any indictments, if filed, would not happen before late 2019, the report said. A senior prosecutor will need to go through the entire file before making a recommendation and then hand it over to State Prosecutor Shani Nitzan to do the same. After that, Mandelblit will make a decision and then it will likely take several more months before Netanyahu receives a hearing date.

The sources also said that, as is, the case file isn’t complete and should never have been handed over to the prosecution. Instead, more investigative work needs to be carried out.

“It is not clear to us why there was this mad rush to publish the recommendations yesterday,” the prosecution sources were quoted as saying. The case file, they asserted, was “emphatically not ready for transfer at this time” and “further investigations will certainly be required.”
Wrong. NO investigations will be required, and definitely not if they have no intention of taking the same measures against left-wing politicians. What they should do now is close the case and stop wasting taxpayers' money on pre-determined witch-hunts. This has got to come to an end.

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It was utterly dumb to vote down a bill recognizing the Armenian Holocaust, even if Yair Lapid sponsored it

The Knesset voted against a bill to recognize Medz Yeghern:
The Knesset rejected a bill sponsored by Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid to have Israel recognize the Armenian Genocide, in a preliminary vote Wednesday. “There is no reason that the Knesset, which represents a nation that went through the Holocaust, shouldn’t recognize the Armenian Genocide and have a remembrance day for it,” Lapid said.

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said sent a parliamentary delegation to the 100th anniversary event in Yerevan, but will not take an official stance on the matter, “in light of its complexity and diplomatic repercussions, and because it has a clear political connection.”

Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein called on the government in 2015 to change its stance, and in 2016 the Knesset Education Committee recognized the genocide.
As bad as Lapid's now proving himself to be, that was still no reason to vote against the bill. It builds no confidence between two nations, and people could think Israel's a sellout to Turkey's Islamofascists.

The chairman of Armenia's National Committe in Jerusalem, however, believes that sooner or later, the Israeli political scene will recognize the horror Turkey's Islamofascists caused in the early 20th century during WW1. I certainly hope so, because this is getting irritating already.

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Thursday, February 15, 2018 

Crazy student expelled from Florida school guns down multple victims

A tragedy in Florida, as an expelled student went back to his school armed with guns and shot dead several people. Here's more about the monster, who was captured:
An orphaned 19-year-old who participated in paramilitary drills with a white nationalist group was charged with murder Thursday in the deaths of 17 people who were fatally shot at a huge Florida high school in the nation’s deadliest school attack in five years.

Nikolas Cruz legally purchased the AR-15 rifle used in the assault at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.

As the criminal case against the suspect took shape, the leader of a white nationalist militia called the Republic of Florida said Cruz was a member of his group and participated in exercises in Tallahassee.

Jordan Jereb told The Associated Press that did not know Cruz personally and that “he acted on his own behalf” and is “solely responsible for what he just did.”

The group wants Florida to become its own white ethno-state. Jereb said his organization holds “spontaneous random demonstrations” and tries not to participate in the modern world.
What's weird about the culprit is that he may not be white himself. In any case, it's horrible that there's apparently a white "nationalist" group that's trying to shame the USA with their abominable ideologies, and terrible that such movements still exist.

Update: it turns out the part about the culprit having white supremacist connections was false. So that part was fake news, and those who concocted it should be ashamed of themselves.

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Haredi MKs want to expand influence of rabbinical courts

The Haredi Knesset members continue their embarrassing attempts to try and corrupt the political system in Israel:
United Torah Judaism MKs Moshe Gafni and Uri Maklev further advanced legislation in the Knesset on Wednesday that would expand the jurisdiction of the state rabbinical courts and allow them to arbitrate in matters of civil law.

Gafni argues that the bill is a matter of multiculturalism and designed to allow religious Jews the right to choose the legal forum that is most commensurate with their values and beliefs.
Good gosh, that sounds familiar to anyone worried about Islam and sharia, doesn't it? And that's why it's all the more offensive.
Opponents of the bill argue, however, that this right is already guaranteed through non-state rabbinical courts which are empowered to arbitrate matters of civil law.

Some coalition MKs and several opposition MKs have voiced concerns that such legislation would endanger women’s and employees’ rights due to the nature of Jewish law and pressure that might be brought to bear on individuals reluctant to agree to rabbinical court arbitration.
The obsessive behavior of the Haredis and their apparent desire for media attention is another reason why it's cause for concern. And the following should sum it up better:
Yisrael Beytenu MK Oded Forer, whose party vehemently opposes the legislation, expressed concern that employees could be forced into agreeing to rabbinical court arbitration in their employment contracts, adding that Muslim citizens could demand similar authority for Shari’a courts, if the legislation were to be approved.
Let's also note the Haredi parties opposed a bill for making it possible for women to work as judges in Islamic courts, because they didn't want women to serve as judges in Judaist courts, even though there are some who work in law, and there is a Haredi woman in New York as a judge. Whether or not the bill stands a chance in the end, it must still be opposed firmly by everyone who's a realist.

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018 

Israel's leftist police elitists once again cause embarrassment with phony, petty accusations against Netanyahu

This is nearly the 20th time in at least 2 decades that the police have sought to get Netanyahu indicted over bogus charges of fraud, no matter how slight the supposed evidence is. Caroline Glick laid out the details, and tells that Yair Lapid, former minister himself, is among those trying to bring him down:
The police allege that between 2007 and 2016, Milchen showered Netanyahu and his wife Sara with cigars, champagne, and jewelry, often purchased at their request. In 2014, Milchen’s business partner, Australian businessman James Packer, who was also a friend of Netanyahu and his family, allegedly began giving similar gifts to the Netanyahu family.

In exchange for those gifts, the police allege that Netanyahu supported extending a law passed in 2008, when Netanyahu was the head of the parliamentary opposition, that gave returning Israeli expatriates a ten year exemption on income earned abroad and a ten year exemption for reporting income earned abroad.

According to the police, after Netanyahu returned to office in 2009, Milchen lobbied Netanyahu’s finance minister at the time, Yair Lapid, to extend the tax and reporting exemption period from ten to twenty years. Lapid, who is now in the opposition, heads the center-left Yesh Atid party. If Netanyahu’s Likud party fails to win the next election, according to the polls, Lapid and his Yesh Atid party will form the next government.

In other words, today, Lapid is Netanyahu’s chief political rival.

On Tuesday, the police told reporters that Lapid is the key witness against Netanyahu in Investigation 1000.

In other words, Netanyahu’s chief political rival is the key witness against him.
And I won't be shocked if he's utterly dishonest about how things turned out. But maybe even more telling how false this investigation is would be the following involving Israel Hayom and Yediot Achronot:
In the second probe, dubbed Investigation 2000, the police recommend indicting Netanyahu following a discussion he held – and recorded surreptitiously – in 2014 with Arnon Mozes, the publisher and controlling owner of Israel’s mass circulation daily, Yediot Ahronot. The police found the recorded conversation on the mobile phone of Netanyahu’s former chief of staff, Ari Harow, who is the subject of a separate and unrelated influence-peddling probe. Netanyahu claims he recorded their conversation on the advice of his attorney because he was afraid that Mozes would try to extort him.

The police claim that the conversation is proof that Mozes offered Netanyahu a bribe and that Netanyahu accepted the offer. They recommend charging Mozes with bribing Netanyahu, and charging Netanyahu with accepting a bribe from Mozes.

The odd thing about this claim is that no deal was struck. To the contrary.

Mozes is Netanyahu’s nemesis. Yediot Ahronot is the most influential newspaper in Israel. Its front page dictates the daily news programming for radio and television broadcasts. And Yediot Ahronot‘s coverage of Netanyahu is implacably hostile to the premier and to his family. To a lesser but significant degree, Yediot Ahronot is also deeply hostile to the Israeli political right.

According to the recording of the men’s conversation, which was leaked to the media by the police more than a year ago, Netanyahu and Mozes discussed an elaborate scheme to change the newspaper market in Israel in Yediot Ahronot‘s favor.

Israel’s largest circulation paper is Israel Hayom, a free tabloid that is owned by conservative American billionaire — and Netanyahu supporter — Sheldon Adelson. In their recorded conversation, Mozes raised the possibility of Netanyahu curtailing government advertising in Israel Hayom and working to cut back its circulation in order to increase Yediot Ahronot‘s market share.

In exchange, Mozes offered to scale back the negative tone of his paper’s coverage of Netanyahu.

In the event, nothing came of the conversation. Indeed, in late 2014, against Netanyahu’s expressed wishes, then-justice minister Tzipi Livni put forward a controversial media bill, which was based on a legal opinion written by Yediot Ahronot‘s legal advisor. The bill, which was dubbed the “Israel Hayom law,” would have forced the shutdown of the paper by barring its owners from not charging money for it.

The law passed a preliminary reading in the Knesset with 43 votes. Netanyahu and his Likud Party voted against the bill. Moreover, to prevent the bill from going forward, Netanyahu disbanded his government and the Knesset and called new elections a bit more than a year into his term.

In other words, to prevent any harm to Israel Hayom – and transitively, to prevent any advantage from being accrued to Yediot Ahronot — Netanyahu took the radical step of standing for election again.

For more than a year, the police refused to investigate any of the 43 lawmakers who voted in favor of the bill, or to analyze the coverage they received in Yediot Ahronot in following their support. Three weeks ago, the bill’s sponsor, Labor Party member of Knesset Eitan Cabel — who enjoyed extraordinary coverage in the paper — was brought in for a brief interview.

In other words, the police are recommending that Netanyahu be indicted for a conversation that went nowhere, which he recorded. And the police are not investigating 42 out of the 43 lawmakers that supported a move that would have given Mozes everything he asked Netanyahu for, but didn’t receive, while the 43rd lawmaker was subject merely to a brief interrogation.
It doesn't take a genius based on this to realize the charges are basically false, and doubtless the police even pre-determined they were going to recommend an indictment no matter how flimsy the details were to begin with. If Adelson's not against Netanyahu, that in itself should prove he doesn't think - and practically knows - Netanyahu had no intention of undermining his paper properties.

The harm done by police to the taxpayers is considerable:
The endless stream of criminal investigations against Netanyahu has involved investigating witnesses across the globe, and has cost tens of millions of shekels to Israeli taxpayers.
There's also some parallels to the petty investigations conducted against Donald Trump in this case. The attorney general should not approve an indictment and the police have to cut this out and stop wasting our tax currencies. And above all, apologize for their incredibly anti-conservative positions.

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Haredi woman will be extradited to Australia for sex offenses

A Haredi woman who worked as a teacher at a girls' school in Australia is being extradited back on charges of sexual abuse of at least a few students there:
An Australian woman accused of sex crimes against children in her home country appeared on Tuesday before an Israeli judge, who ordered her to remain in custody a day after her arrest.

Australia wants the 54-year-old suspect, whose name was placed under an Israeli gag order, extradited. She is wanted there for sexually abusing children while she was a teacher at a local school.

Israel launched an undercover investigation at the request of Interpol, and police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the woman was arrested Monday on suspicion of obstructing court proceedings by attempting to hide evidence.

An Israeli court had previously stopped extradition proceedings against the suspect, after determining she was not fit to stand trial. But police say they have indications she was pretending to be suffering from a mental illness to avoid extradition and that a new extradition order would be handed down.

“Based on new evidence that is being found, both by the Israeli police, as well as social services, we believe that she can stand trial and all of the documents that she had in fact presented over the last few years were fake documents, and the psychological analysis that were given were incorrect and inaccurate, ” Rosenfeld said.
So she not only evaded the law Down Under after causing so much pain and anguish for several children, she even tried to fake insanity to keep from being sent back to prison. I say put her on the plane back to Australia now.

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018 

Recognizing Jerusalem was Trump's biggest moment

In this interview Israel Hayom conducted with the POTUS, Donald Trump says recognizing Jerusalem was one of the biggest, best moments for him:
Q: What was the highlight of your first year, what was the highest point?

"I think Jerusalem was a very big point. And I think it was a very important point. The capital, having Jerusalem be your great capital was a very important thing to a lot of people. I have been thanked and in some cases not thanked, to be 100% honest about it. But it was a very important pledge that I made and I fulfilled my pledge."

Q: I think the entire nation of Israel says one big thank you, sir. Was the decision on Jerusalem one of your goals for your first year in office?

"That's right. I said that I would like to be able to do it in the first year. I can understand why many other presidents bailed on their promise, because tremendous pressure was put on them not to do it. The other presidents, all of them have failed in the promise even though they made it as a campaign promise but I understand it because I will tell you, the lobbying against it was tremendous."
However, I would not think it understandable why previous presidents and administrations wouldn't do what Trump showed the courage to do. They were not altruistic (Clinton, Bush and Obama), and by failing to recognize Jerusalem's validity, they only helped prolong both anti-semitism and anti-Americanism around the world. It's time to change that for real now.

That said, it's vital to remember that there's no chance the PLO will ever truly recognize Israel, and that's a reality we all have to face.

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Monday, February 12, 2018 

These libel laws have to be changed

Whether or not Woody Allen's guilty of molesting Dylan Farrow a few decades ago, this news about how he's viewed in France (by the establishment, if anyone) once again should send a message of what needs to be abolished in the country's legal system:
Not a single high-profile producer or director in France has officially been accused of sexual harassment or assault. Thomas Sotinel, senior cultural critic at Le Monde, said France’s strict libel laws partly explain why so few women have made public accusations and why no media outlets have reported on allegedly abusive filmmakers or producers. “In France, if a journalist is accused of defamation, he or she will have to give concrete proof of what is stated in the article, and when there is no complaint filed or medical record and it’s a case of ‘he said, she said,’ it becomes very complicated to prove anything,” Sotinel said.
Well obviously, something has to be done about laws to modify them so it'll be easier for victims to come forward and not be turned into double victims by a legal process that can punish the victim rather than the culprit. I don't suppose Sotinel might have what it takes to call for a better system already?

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A brawl at a Bnei Brak yeshiva

A whole riot broke out at a Haredi yeshiva in Bnei Brak, as two rival factions started a turf war, demonstrating the tribal divides that go on in different clans:
A long-standing quarrel in Bnei Brak's flagship Lithuanian-haredi Ponevezh Yeshiva exploded Saturday night, as a mass brawl erupted between rival factions in the yeshiva dormitory. Students threw chairs at each other and dumped heavy objects down flights of stairs, causing thousands of shekels worth of damage.

The fracas is part of a long-running conflict among students of the yeshiva, pitting the supporters of Rabbi Shmuel Markovitz, nicknamed the "haters," against a faction led by Rabbi Eliezer Kahaneman, called the "terrorists".

Ponevezh, the flagship yeshiva of Lithuanian haredi Judaism, has been roiled by the power struggle between the two factions for over twenty years. In recent years, however, both sides have maintained an uneasy truce, in which campus space in and around the Bnei Brak yeshiva is evenly divided between the two factions.

Tensions recently flared up again, however, after one faction ransacked the bedroom of a respected student from the rival group and tossed his personal items out of a third-story window. Students from the other faction subsequently confronted them and a mass brawl broke out. A video of the incident published by the haredi Kikar Hashabbat website shows screaming and fisticuffs.

Police arrested one student involved in the brawl, and are weighing whether to open an investigation into the incident.
Of course they should investigate and press charges against the agitators. The slurs they used against each other are also offensive and do no favors for anybody. But the best way to solve some of the problems is for the clans to disperse and not be Haredi anymore. Tribalism is not helpful today.

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