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WikiLeaks Discusses Rabbi Lazar

How did Russia's Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar end up being mentioned in WikiLeaks' classified diplomatic cables? Ask his rivals. Full Story

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gotta say...

very interesting… but i’d rather not read the wikileaks. i’m not one of those ppl who are all over the them. i feel its kinda wrong. just my personal feelings…

thanks #1
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thanks #1

We’re all dying to hear how you feel about WikiLeaks.

wondering?
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wondering?

is this considered genaivas das?

jalousy!
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jalousy!

i first red the document and as i saw that they are quite anti-chabad i looked at the article for confirmation…

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No, but it’s considered a chassidishe gnaivah !

Lubav Girl
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Lubav Girl

I am of the opinion that,
A. If something is meant to be kept a secret, then it cannot be completely good.
B. Some things are meant to be kept private in order to protect others – such as national security.

How to reconcile the two?

#1 is correct because...
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#1 is correct because...

…Classified docs leaked out to the “world” do not lose Class status; therefore it is unlawful to read them (at least in the US). It is similar to taking items from the store broken into by someone else.

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