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Rabbi Eliyahu Slams Liberals

Former Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu warned this week of the rising prominence of religious liberals and slammed Rabbis who allow association with women. "Listening to a woman deliver a speech, if she did so while using hand gestures, is forbidden," he said. Full Story

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Send your own regards, ladies! We don’t need our husbands to do our talking for us!!

When gedolim figure out how it’s halachically permissible to propagate the Jewish people without women, they will just gender-select embryos for boys, and hire goyim to raise the boys and get ready for Shabbos. We’re toast. But at least there will be no more women around to look at!

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These people are way too fanatic. They want women to disappear. its rediculous.

"...a woman wants to be looked at...men don't like them..."
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"...a woman wants to be looked at...men don't like them..."

Too funny!

Sorry ladies THIS MAN IS RIGHT
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Sorry ladies THIS MAN IS RIGHT

HALACHA IS HALACHA

Rabbi Eliyahu
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Rabbi Eliyahu

Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu is a true Chossid of the Rebbe’s, and a great leader. The norms and terminology of Sephardic Jews in the Holy Land is quite different from our own. Add to that Ynet’s certain liberal translation of his words. I’m sure he did not insinuate that women are unneeded or unimportant.

there must be a way for both to be right
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there must be a way for both to be right

can there be posted some laws of proper jewish ethical code bc i dont know to much

yes
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yes

maybe it will speed Moshiachs coming,
instead of whats going on today! in the memtes world

Mrs. M.
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Mrs. M.

Women and man think that when you get married its “ok” to talk with other man or women but its the same halacha form when you are single??

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could you rephrase that into understandable English?

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I don’t think that he is bashing women. I think that he is putting an appropriate mechitza between men and women. Fenced make for good neighbors.
I had a friend that thought just like you, until her husband met a gorgeous young girl at a mixed event.
Maybe you are not married, and you don’t care who your husband flirts and hangs out with.
Bottom line he did not take any rights away from women, and did not inferiorize women.

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