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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

More of the same: Torah and Hashem under attack! Read the article linked below to understand what is going on with Rabbi Druckman. Rabbis being persecuted more and more by a very scared secular left and their panicked bosses in Rome.

To better understand the environment the Left and Europe/Rome/Germany/UN are operating in, see among others:

PS: do not confuse Rabbi Chaim Druckman and Rabbi David Druckman: those are two very different rabbis, with very different values! The latter is a hero, unlike the former.

Rabbi Chaim Druckman, head of the Or Etzion Yeshiva, gave a special interview to Arutz Sheva’s Hebrew website on Monday, in honor of Tisha B’av. The interview ...

Rabbi David Druckman, Chief Rabbi of the city of Kiryat Motzkin north of Haifa, ....

Cheshvan 18, 5772, 15/11/11 04:16

Kiryat Motzkin Rabbi Questioned by Police

Rabbi David Druckman of Kiryat Motzkin was questioned by police over a letter he signed more than three years ago. "This is unreal."
Elad Benari, from INN
Rabbi David Druckman, Chief Rabbi of the city of Kiryat Motzkin north of Haifa, was questioned on Sunday by police about his signing of a rabbis’ letter against employing Arabs.
The letter was written following the 2008 massacre in the Mercaz HaRav yeshiva in Jerusalem, when an Arab terrorist infiltrated the yeshiva and murdered eight Jews.
Rabbi Druckman, who refused to cooperate with the interrogators, told Arutz Sheva that he called on the police to also question former Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy. Halevy recently said that Israel’s hareidi-religious Jews are “a bigger existential threat to Israel than Iran and Ahmadinejad.”
“I told them that as a matter of principle I am not willing to cooperate in the investigation so long as they don’t question Ephraim Halevy for inciting against hareidim and as long as they don’t question those academics who incite against the State of Israel and against the Jews,” Rabbi Druckman said.
He added that the interrogators kept trying to ask him additional questions, but his response was that he is a law-abiding citizen and is convinced that his actions were consistent with the law.
Rabbi Druckman said that he does not know if the police now intend to question all the rabbis who signed the letter, but said that questioning a rabbi for signing a letter is “unreal.”
“Twice daily we hear inciting statements made by public officials and no one does anything about it, but in this case they are still talking about a three-year-old issue,” he said. “This is horrifying, especially if you recall that the letter was signed after a terrible massacre of yeshiva students.”
He added, “My feeling is that we’ve already gotten used to this farce and that is shameful, because when you are 

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