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Archives of Pics. It was not until Texe Marrs began broadcasting the PIC, when
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masses. Too Late, he is REVEALED as a Talmudic Hassidic jew. I have read many
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Hassidim unto the beast Sanhedrin unto the Dragon the Murderer their father,
the son's of the synagogue of Satan, and is not a man of the LIVING LORD JESUS
who is the only Iam.
Experts say report of badges for Jews in Iran is untrue
A yellow badge worn by Jews in Nazi
Germany during the 1940s.(MICHAEL KAPPELER/AFP/Getty Images)
Chris Wattie, National Post
Published: Friday, May 19, 2006
Several experts are casting doubt on reports that Iran had passed a law
requiring the country’s Jews and other religious minorities to wear
coloured badges identifying them as non-Muslims.
The Iranian embassy in Otttawa also denied the Iranian government had
passed such a law.
A news story and column by Iranian-born analyst Amir Taheri in
yesterday’s National Post reported that the Iranian parliament had passed
a sweeping new law this week outlining proper dress for Iran’s majority
Muslims, including an order for Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians to wear
special strips of cloth.
According to the reports, Jews were to wear yellow cloth strips, called
zonnar, while Christians were to wear red and Zoroastrians blue.
The Simon Wiesenthal Centre and
Iranian expatriates living in Canada had confirmed that the order had been
passed, although it still had to be approved by Iran’s “Supreme Guide”
Ali Khamenehi before being put into effect.
Hormoz Ghahremani, a spokesman for the Iranian Embassy in Ottawa, said in
an e-mail to the Post yesterday that, “We wish to categorically reject the
“These kinds of slanderous accusations are
part of a smear campaign against Iran by vested interests, which needs to be
denounced at every step.”
Sam Kermanian, of the U.S.-based Iranian-American Jewish Federation, said
in an interview from Los Angeles that he had contacted members of the Jewish
community in Iran — including the lone Jewish
member of the Iranian parliament — and they denied any such
measure was in place.
Mr. Kermanian said the subject of “what to do with religious
minorities” came up during debates leading up to the passing of the dress
“It is possible that some ideas might have been thrown around,” he
said. “But to the best of my knowledge the final version of the law does
not demand any identifying marks by the religious minority groups.”
see Talmudic Education and Shearing Day USA, HJR
104, PL 102-14 the Nasi dress code for all school children, obedient shabbos
goyim Noahide uniform
Ali Reza Nourizadeh, an Iranian commentator on political affairs in
London, suggested that the requirements for badges or insignia for religious
minorities was part of a “secondary motion” introduced in parliament,
addressing the changes specific to the attire of people of various religious
Mr. Nourizadeh said that motion was very minor and was far from being
passed into law.
That account could not be confirmed.
Meir Javdanfar, an Israeli expert on Iran and the Middle East who was
born and raised in Tehran, said yesterday that he was unable to find any
evidence that such a law had been passed.
“None of my sources in Iran have heard of this,” he said. “I
don’t know where this comes from.”
Mr. Javdanfar said that not all clauses of the law had been passed
through the parliament and said the requirement that Jews, Christians and
Zoroastrians wear special insignia might be part of an older version of the
Islamic dress law, which was first written two years ago.
“In any case, there is no way that they could have forced Iranian Jews
to wear this,” he added. “The Iranian people would never stand for
However, Mr. Kermanian added that Jews in Iran still face widespread,
systematic discrimination. “For example if they sell food they have to
identify themselves and their shops as non-Muslim,” he said.
Rabbi Marvin Hier, the dean of the
Simon Wiesenthal Centre in Los Angeles, acknowledged that he did
not have independent confirmation of the requirement for Jews to wear
badges, but said he still believes it was passed.
As an Orthodox rabbi
with a few Oscars to his credit, Hier
was uniquely qualified to weigh in when "The
Passion of the Christ" was released in February —
and he did, emerging as one of the film's most-quoted Jewish critics. Since
setting up shop in Los Angeles three decades ago, Hier,
the founder and dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, has
consistently been one of organized Judaism's most important Hollywood
ambassadors, a distinction that helped turn
him into Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's favorite rabbi.
The Governator was by Hier's side
this spring when the rabbi broke
ground on the Wiesenthal Center's new Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem. The
$200 million, Frank Gehry-designed project is slated for completion in 2007.
If Schwarzenegger's allies ever succeed in amending the Constitution so that
the foreign-born movie star can run for president, Hier
may have more access to the White House than any Jewish communal leader in
“We know that the national uniform law was passed and that certain
colours were selected for Jews and other minorities,” he said. “[But] if
the Iranian government is going to pass such a law then they are not likely
to be forthcoming about what they are doing.”
Stephen Harper, the Prime Minister, said yesterday that Iran is “very
capable” of enacting such a law but could not confirm reports that members
of religious minorities must wear identifiable markers on their clothing.
“Unfortunately we’ve seen enough already from the Iranian regime to
suggest that it is very capable of this kind of action,” Mr. Harper said.
“It boggles the mind that any regime on the face of the earth would want
to do anything that would remind people of Nazi Germany.”
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Law, HJR 104-PL 102-14
(Guardian Photo) The Israeli occupation is illegal under international law and
By Remi Kanazi
May 15 marked the 58 year anniversary of Al Nakba (The Catastrophe).
Every year, Palestinians recount the tragedy of 1948. I recall my
grandmother’s anguish: she was seven months pregnant with my mother when she
was forced to flee to Lebanon by boat. She waited in Lebanon. The weeks turned
into months. The months turned into years…58 years later my grandmother has
yet to return to her house in Jaffa.
When the Zionists forces (the Haganagh, Irgun, and Stern Gang) tore Palestine
limb from limb, depopulating villages, uprooting cemeteries, and pillaging
arable fields—Israel had not even been created. Today we see a fight for
Israel’s “right to exist.” But what right does Israel have to exist in its
Nations (UN) Resolution 194 states that “The refugees wishing to
return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors should be permitted
to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid
for the property of those choosing not to return.”
Israel’s admittance into the UN
was conditional: it must recognize UN
Resolution 194. Nevertheless, since the passing of UN
Resolution 273—which admitted Israel into the UN
on May 11, 1949— Israel has openly rejected this
requirement. Commenting on Israel’s dismissal of the resolution,
Professor of Law Francis A. Boyle wrote in his book 'Palestine, Palestinians
and International Law'; “Insofar as Israel has violated its
conditions for admission to UN
membership, it must accordingly be suspended on a de facto basis from any
participation throughout the entire United
Yet, the world hasn’t seen one UN
resolution concerning Israel enforced by the UN
or the international community. America specifically refers to
refused to comply with as a major reason to invade in 2003. If America were
to invade Iraq
on this reasoning, one would think they would at least attempt to enforce
resolutions pertaining to Israel.
The implementation of UN
Resolution 194 was the condition for Israel’s “right to exist.” Today
we see many more factors that should make one contemplate this right. Israel
illegally occupies East Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Post-disengagement,
Israel continues to occupy Gaza through control of borders, air, water, and
resources. According to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, since March 31
of this year, Israel has fired more than 5100 artillery
shells at Gaza.
The occupation is illegal under international law and UN
resolution 242 (reaffirmed by resolution 338). UN
resolution 242 explicitly states that Israel must “withdraw from
territories occupied.” On this basis, before going into the
brutality of the occupation, one cannot expect the Palestinian Authority to
recognize Israel’s “right to exist.”
Furthermore, Israel exists today as a Jewish state and not coincidentally a
racist state. The Palestinians living inside Israel are second-class citizens.
Discriminatory laws are in place regarding religion, marriage, and land
ownership. Access to education, jobs and economic stability has been
hindered due to successive Israeli administration’s prejudiced policies.
One can not expect those in the Occupied Territories to recognize Israel, if
Israel as a Jewish state does not recognize the rights of one in five of its
citizens. Just this week the Israeli High Court voted
down a law that would instate “family reunification,” the unifying of
Palestinians living outside of Israel with their spouse living inside Israel. This
is one more policy that tries to force those living inside Israel to emigrate to
the Occupied Territories or elsewhere. One father who has been trying to get
Israeli citizenship since 2004 to reunite with his wife and two daughters, asked
the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, “How do you explain to a five-year-old
girl that daddy won't be home because of a law?”
The discriminatory policy of the government
is emblematic of the feeling in Israeli society. A recent poll conducted by the
Israel Democracy Institute found that 62 percent of Israelis prefer that their
government promote the emigration of the Palestinian population living inside
you are being propagandized, for the set up of Eretz
Itsrealhell, led by Sanhedrin, the "kinder" Talmudic Government, of
Shabbos Goyim, Resident Alien Ger Toshav control. This will usher in the
Sanhedrin beast, Moshiach ben wanna be, and under the Hassidic Bushwhacker
Ad-menstruation all mankind will quickly become Noahide's to the Dragon by fear.
Only them who will stand Fast and testify of the Only Messiah, Christ Jesus the
Lord Almighty will escape eternal Damnation. Do not be confused, with this issue
regarding zion Judah the king of the south, the secular Government was meant to
eventually bring the Global Hatred against Judah, to usher in the Hoodlum haha,
or what the talmudic hassidim who say in their laws that they are gods, Olam
Haba, where all mankind will be their obedient slaves and worship their
polytheistic plural Shekinah wanna be gods of Talmud Babylon of the Great Harlot
Mother of all the earth.
Electronic Intifada, a website that covers the
Israeli/Palestinian conflict from the Palestinian perspective, published a piece
by I’lam, “the only media centre for the Arab minority in Israel,” which
stated, “Recent polls have shown that, while on average 40 percent of Israelis
want Arab citizens forced to leave the country, that figure rises close to 60
percent when respondents are asked, more ambiguously, if they want the Arab
population ‘encouraged’ to emigrate.” Israel’s systemic desire for the
separation and future dispossession of its Palestinian citizens is yet another
reason to question its “right to exist” in its current form.
It is particularly absurd for Israel and the West to
call upon the Palestinian government to recognize Israel when Israel refuses to
recognize the Palestinian people. Take for example the policy
implemented during the Oslo years, a policy that continues today. During the
Oslo years settlements expanded at an inordinate rate with a clear mission to
expand the borders of Israel, jeopardizing the possibility of a future
Palestinian state on 22 percent of historic Palestine—the internationally
recognized 1967 borders.
Today we see Kadima’s plan for the recognition of the Palestinian people: Judaize
Jerusalem (while permanently dispossessing as many Palestinians as
possible though extensions and encirclements of the Apartheid Wall), expand and
connect desirable and densely populated settlements, and extend the policy of
unilateralism thereby hindering any opportunity for cohesion, reconciliation or
negotiations. The border policy of Israel is compounded with a 38 year
occupation, which includes land confiscation, home demolitions, permanent
checkpoints, flying checkpoints, curfews, expropriation of vital resources such
as water, strip searches and various acts of humiliation and collective
On the physical front, Israel has illegally detained thousands of
Palestinians (in most cases torturing them), extrajudically
assassinated hundreds of Palestinians,(see
Hassidic Bushwhacker ad-menstruation Talmudic pre-imminent strike policy)
killed hundreds of women and children, and has fired thousands of artillery
shells on the Occupied Territories. This course of action continues unabated,
while the world sits idly by. Furthermore, the illegal settlers in the Occupied
Territories abuse the Palestinian population with virtual impunity. Thousands of
cases have surfaced where settlers (Hassidim Chabad
Lubavitch red sofiets) have beaten Palestinians, thrown rocks at
their children on their way to school, killed family livestock, and burnt down
or uprooted their olive trees. The Israeli government has done nothing to stop
On the other hand, the Palestinian Authority has complied with the Sharm
al-Sheikh cease-fire and has maintained the agreement well past its expiration
only to be met with an economic and political boycott by Israel and the
international community. Israel and the West’s policy of not recognizing the
Palestinian people have driven up the figures of unemployment, poverty, and
gawd bliss "Amaraka" the Pimp of the Great
The most significant point of hypocrisy is Israel and the West’s double
standard regarding the governments in the conflict. If the world is to believe
that Israel does not have to recognize Yasser
Arafat or a Hamas-led
PA because they are terrorist entities, would Israel
not be held to the same standard? Their policies and tactics are in
direct violation of international law and the Geneva
Conventions, while their practices have been criticized by every
major human right organization in the world, not to mention the Hague’s
critical ruling on the Apartheid Wall. Israel does not recognize the Palestinian
Authority, not based on their refusal to recognize Israel, but on Israel’s
summation of what the PA represents. Should the PA not be able to make the same
No people, surely no occupied people, should be expected to recognize Israel
under these conditions. The international community should not demand the
Palestinians recognize Israel, but ask themselves an important question given
the context: does Israel have a right to exist?
May. 20, 2006 16:11 | Updated
May. 20, 2006 16:12 Iran may evade UNSC if it cooperates By ASSOCIATED
PRESS VIENNA, Austria
World powers are considering dropping UN Security Council involvement in
Iran's nuclear file if Teheran agrees to suspend uranium enrichment, but could
push for selective sanctions backed by the
threat of force if it doesn't, diplomats said Saturday.
Citing from a draft proposal now being considered by the five Security
Council nations plus Germany, one of the diplomats said it could still undergo
revision before the six nations sit down Wednesday to approve it. He spoke on condition
of anonymity because he was not authorized to reveal elements of the
The proposal says the international community will "agree to suspend
discussion of Iran's file at the Security Council," if Teheran resumes
discussion on its nuclear program and suspends enrichment during such talks and
lifts a ban on intrusive inspections by experts of the International Atomic
knowing they will refuse, the "Force" if
necessary, included, for by Glabal Noahide false peace they shall destroy
wonderfully for their wanna be god the Dragon, that Old devil and Satan
It also offers help in "the building of new light water reactors in
Iran," offers an assured supply of nuclear fuel for up to five years and
calls for Teheran to accept a plan that would remove its own enrichment program
to Russia to prevent misuse for a possible nuclear weapons program.
If Iran does not cooperate, however, the
draft calls for bans on travel visas, freezing assets and banning financial
transactions of key government figures and those involved in Iran's nuclear
program; an arms embargo, and other measures including an embargo on shipping
refined oil products to Iran. While Iran is a major exporter of crude, it has a
shortage of gasoline and other oil derivatives.
"Where appropriate, these measures would be adopted under Chapter VII,
Article 41 of the UN Charter," says the draft, referring
to provisions that add the implicit threat of military force to a Security
That section - backed by the United States, France
and Britain - remains controversial, however, and the head of the
IAEA plans to urge the administration of US President George W. Bush next week
to ease its push for tough UN Security Council action.
Diplomats said that Mohamed ElBaradei would meet with US Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice, National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley (Talmudic
Blasphemous murderous treasonous anti-Christ, jew) and other top US
officials to press the administration to moderate its stance.
Several of the diplomats - all of them accredited to the Vienna-based agency
- told The Associated Press that ElBaradei's Washington meetings would be
Tuesday, a day before the five permanent Security Council members plus Germany
convene in London to give their blessings to an Iran package.
The Americans have swung behind new attempts by France, Britain and Germany
to persuade the Iranians to give up enrichment - which can be used to generate
nuclear fuel or the core of weapons. But Washington insists that the Iran
package include the threat of a Security Council resolution that is militarily
enforceable if Teheran refuses.
it is irreversible, for "IT is Written" in
the Word of God, All who dwell upon the earth whose names are not written in the
Lambs Book of Life, worship the beast, the Dragon,the wanna be god of Talmudic
jewry, who they call Lord, Lord. Many now say that Lucifer is Jesus the
Christ, beware for they actually believe it, see lowerpits of hell for
Russia and China - the two other permanent Security Council members - oppose
any resolution that even implicitly threatens the use of force.
One of the diplomats said on Friday that Washington remained opposed to
proposals by some European nations that the Iranians be offered US-backed
security guarantees effectively removing the threat of American-backed attempts
at regime change, the diplomat said.
Concern has been building since 2002, when Iran was found to be working on
large-scale plans to enrich uranium. Iran insists it is only interested in
generating electricity, but the international community increasingly fears
the same Talmudic sentence of
deception used over and over to alter the minds of the apostate bloodlust
A series of IAEA reports since then have revealed worrying secret activities
and documents, including drawings of how to mold weapons-grade uranium metal
into the shape of a warhead.
Iran heightened international concerns by announcing April 11 that it had
enriched uranium with 164 centrifuges. It has informed the IAEA that it plans to
install 3,000 centrifuges in the last quarter of 2006.
Experts estimate that Iran could produce enough nuclear material for one bomb
if it had at least 1,000 centrifuges working for over a year.
Showdown escalating rapidly,
like birth pains. The anti-Christ translated Holistic gods, say it "ain't
gonna happen" and they are "dead wrong" for it is written
Last update - 16:58 20/05/2006
Mubarak chides U.S. over Iraq invasion, Mideast
By The Associated Press
SHARM EL-SHEIK - President Hosni Mubarak opened
the World Economic Forum on Saturday with a series of indirect but pointed jabs
at the United States, warning that the world must overcome the widening gap
between rich and poor and block escalating threats of
Talmudic global terrorism of anti-Christ and their wanna be "Chosen"
With U.S.-Egyptian relations as strained as they have been at any time in
Mubarak's 25-year rule, the 78-year-old Egyptian leader implicitly accused
the U.S. of double standards on nuclear policy - Washington's resolute silence
on the nuclear arsenal Israel is believed to possess while it leads a drive to
deprive Iran of a nuclear program.
He further challenged Washington to work toward a world "that fosters
multilateralism, abides by international legitimacy and steers away from
unilateral actions" in a clear reference to his and other Arab leaders' distaste
for the American (Illegal murderous)
invasion of Iraq.
In a speech opening the World Economic
Forum in this south Sinai resort, the Egyptian leader also hammered on the need
for more equal economic and trade treatment for developing countries which he
said have been forced to take on "significant burdens" to the
advantage of the major economic powers.
Mubarak also said democratic reforms in the Middle East should "emanate
from within the region," a rejection of U.S. attempts to promote
Western-style democracy throughout the region.
(Noahide demonicrazy) Mubarak and other Arab leaders view the U.S.
policy as interference in their internal affairs.
Mubarak, whose nation is the United States' closest ally in the Arab world and
the first to sign a peace treaty with Israel, vowed to work ceaselessly for a
broader peace in the Middle East.
"We shall never relax our efforts with either the Palestinians or Israelis
in pushing them back toward the path of negotiations," Mubarak told the
1,300 assembled delegates to the first WEF to be held in Egypt.
"We will continue to push the peace process on all its tracks, in order to
reach a peace which is just, lasting and comprehensive - one that brings to an
end the Arab-Israeli conflict forever."
1Thes:5:3: For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.
Mubarak made no direct reference, however, to the political and terrorist
turmoil that have shaken his regime over the past few years, including deadly
bombings at Sinai resorts, including one last summer here at Sharm el-Sheik that
killed 64 people.
Nor did he offer comment on recent violence in the streets of Cairo where his
security forces beat pro-democracy ( planted Noahide
agentuers) demonstrators twice in the past two weeks. The United
States issued open criticism of Mubarak's handling of the protests.
Instead, he said, he was confident his government was "on the right
path" in its reform efforts, but he cautioned that the process should be
gradual and prudent to avoid "chaos and setbacks."
"I know that the road will not be blanketed with flowers in front of us,
and I understand that we will be faced with challenges and difficulties. But I
am fully confident that we are able to achieve this
vision," he said of his promised reforms, which the United
States and many Egyptians have viewed as empty promises.
Earlier Saturday, Mubarak's prime minister, Ahmed Nazif, shrugged off
international criticism over the police violence, saying Cairo was on an
unshakable path toward reform.
"We are committed to reform ... the government is not scared. We will
continue to explain ourselves and face the facts. There is a process taking
place. It will continue. There is no going back," Nazi-f
The WEF is taking place as well under the shadow of terrorist attacks that have
killed at least 119 people since October 2004.
The most recent attack was just a month ago, a few miles up the Red Sea coast at
the scuba-diving center of Dahab, where 21 died in a triple bombing. Many of the
dead in the attacks have been tourists, spending money that supports one of
Egypt's most important industries. Tourism earned the country $6.4 billion in
Talmudic "terror" coming if you do not obey Mubarak
All the attacks were claimed by a group calling itself "Monotheism and Holy
War," which is believed to be linked to or inspired by al-Qaida. (Osama
Ben Laden, the CIA Operative) Egyptian authorities have been at pains
to claim the attacks were the work of local Bedouin tribesmen, apparently
fearing the specter of al-Qaida would frighten tourists away.
Security was overwhelming in the city and around the conference center as
delegates from around the world assembled for the three-day meeting, the first
conference of its kind in this resort city, known for its splendid beaches and
vibrant coral reefs.
In a sign of how tense security officials have become, Central Security officers
and agents on Friday arrested three Associated Press journalists with badges
permitting them to cover the forum after one photographed workers raising flags
near the convention center.
Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum founder and executive chairman, said that
since last year's WEF Mideast meeting in Jor-dan,
the region has seen some dramatic changes, "but we want to concentrate on
the positive developments and I think strong winds of hope are blowing in this
The fact that the conference was being held only a month after the Dahab attacks
was "a great demonstration of the confidence of the international community
has in this region in the long term and particularly into Egypt," Schwab
Dan. 11:42: He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries: and the land of Egypt shall not escape.
Global anti-Christ Proxy cry
Kiev mayor blasts
Kiev’s new (anti-Christ) mayor said he
would combat anti-Semitism in the Ukrainian capital.
Leonid Chernovetsky made the statement at an Israeli
Independence Day reception before members of the Jewish community and diplomats.
The new mayor said “everybody who offends
Jews” should be prosecuted. “All those who hurt Jews are
doomed,” the mayor said, adding that those who refer to Jews
in derogatory terms are “the rubbish of the Ukrainian people.”
Kiev has seen a number of attacks against Jewish individuals and institutions
in recent years, and a private university in the city, MAUP, has become a center
of xenophobia and anti-Semitic propaganda.
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ACROSS THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
Jewish group comes out
after Reform lesbian union in Russia
May 18, 2006
MOSCOW, May 18 (JTA) — Russia’s leading Jewish organization has called on
the community to boycott Reform Jews after a Reform rabbi officiated at what is
believed to be the country’s first same-sex commitment ceremony.
“We are calling on Jewish organizations and communities of Russia to
relinquish any religious contacts with the people who have committed this
sacrilegious and provocative act, as well as with the organizations these people
represent,” said a statement released Thursday by the Chabad-led
Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia, the largest Jewish group in the
The federation said it expects Russian Jews to support its stand.
“Silence in this situation will be regarded by the society and posterity as
a sign of consent,” the group said.
It remains unclear whether the boycott call will have any practical effect in
the former Soviet Union, where official contacts between Lubavitch
and Reform Jewish activists are almost nonexistent.
But the tiny private ceremony for a Jewish lesbian couple in Moscow could
trigger a wider public debate within the Jewish
community about gays and lesbians — and homophobia — in Russia.
According to a recent poll, 37 percent of Russians
believe gays and lesbians should be criminally prosecuted. Russian Jews are
believed to have similar attitudes.
The ceremony took place in Moscow on April 2, but came to light only after it
was mentioned Wednesday in a Moscow daily newspaper. Rabbi Nelly Shulman, who
officiated, said it was not a Jewish wedding but a dedication ceremony.
Shulman insisted that she conducted the ceremony privately and without
backing from her group, OROSIR, the umbrella organization of Reform Judaism in
Russia. Alexander Lyskovoi, the group’s leading rabbi, confirmed that the
group had not endorsed the ceremony.
Shulman said the federation’s boycott call was unreasonable.
“This was my own initiative, and only I myself carry full responsibility
for it,” she said. If the federation “wants to boycott me, I’m fine with
Hostility and bias toward gays and lesbians remain
widespread in the former Soviet Union, where homosexuality was decriminalized
only with the fall of Communism.
Made westernized, by spiritual Sodom
In early May, a group of people identifying themselves as members of the
Russian Orthodox Church disrupted a party at a Moscow gay club, shouting
homophobic slogans and obscenities and throwing eggs at the doors.
Most recently, there was a heated public debate over a proposed gay pride
festival and parade. Leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church and the Muslim and
Jewish communities spoke out strongly against the festival.
Talgat Tajuddin, one of Russia’s chief muftis, said the Muslim
prophet Mohammed had ordered the killing of homosexuals. Tajuddin
predicted that if the event takes place, the protests of Russian Muslims would
be “even sharper than those abroad against scandalous cartoons.”
Federation leader Rabbi Berel Lazar,
one of Russia’s two chief rabbis, also condemned the proposed festival,
telling the Interfax agency in February that the event “would be a blow to
The city government decided Thursday to ban the event.
The lesbian commitment ceremony already has had repercussions for Russia’s
Reform movement: In late April, Zinovy Kogan resigned as chairman of the Reform
umbrella group to protest the ceremony.
A source familiar with the situation told JTA that
though the Reform movement in the United States generally permits same-sex
unions, Shulman is the only one of six Reform rabbis working in the
former Soviet republics who supports such ceremonies.
The six rabbis likely will take up the issue when they meet in Moscow on May
29. It’s possible that the movement will ban such ceremonies in Russian Jewish
communities, the source said.
“We are living in a society that has not matured enough for such
ceremonies,” Shulman acknowledged.
Galina Zelenina, who asked Shulman to conduct the ceremony for her and her
partner, told JTA she didn’t mean to provoke anyone.
“Judaism allows for a certain
interpretation,” said Zelenina, 28, a poet who has a degree in
Jewish studies from a Moscow university.
“We didn’t make it a media event,” Zelenina said. “But we didn’t
want to make it underground either.”
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