“Why Do the Goyim Have Such Open Hearts and Open Arms?”

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3 Responses

  1. Chana says:

    “There is much pain inside of me because I have been involved in too many situations in which Jewish parents and Jewish children have been treated cruelly.”

    Good! I’m glad someone admits this.
    Question still is- what to do about it?

    Do you have a game plan?

  2. Adam Steiner says:

    “im ayn achshav, aimasai?” (if not now, when).

    Having been involved in torah chinuch for such a long period of time perhaps now you should speak up. You would definitely have a perspective that most of us do not. If it is due to the possible criticism you might take…well, see the beginning of my reply.

    –adam

  3. J. L. Joseph says:

    I can’t help but think of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, who used to say America was a medinah shel chesed mammash.

    The complaint here is one of the practical results of a subject already discussed:

    http://www.cross-currents.com/archives/2005/04/04/our-relationship-with-gentiles/

    “A noted Harvard University professor who is a committed Jew recently told of a student from an Orthodox home and strong day school background who had abandoned religious life because his experience at Harvard showed him the falsehood of what he had been taught about Gentiles.”

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