Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Tshuvah Via Fratricide

What a delightful passage in Yisrael Medad's Kick them when they're down entry:

"Chief Rabbis Yona Metzger and Shlomo Amar should also join the call for a full investigation, especially in light of the corruption allegations hanging over Metzger's head. Their support for an investigation of Gafni/Winyarz would do something to repair the damage those allegations have done to the profession of 'rabbi,' and would strengthen ultra-Orthodox claims to be concerned for the ethical make up of this country."

This may mark a path for repent for Gafni, too, in the best fashion of TV's Law and Order plea bargaining scenes: All he has to do is expose a rabbi even more depraved and call for his public humiliation. This is the funniest thing to hit the Jewish blogs ever.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who the fuck is Yisrael Medad?

Lehavdil, the Chief Rabbi the Gaon Rav Shlomo Amar Shlita will talk in our
Yekkish-Litivishe shul on the night of Shavuot, as he has done every year in
recent years, which is the best response to the Medads of this world: Samim
aleichem zayin! (or in a more elegant Latin: lechu tizdaynu!)

Also the Mezger Chief talks in our shul once a year and frankly, the only
reason I try to attend his kacha-kacha drashot is to defy these Medad

With all due disrespect.

What do you think of running a regular "pina" on USAJ entitled:
"AutoAntiSemite of the Week"? Actually, there is enough material for a daily

3:17 PM, May 24, 2006  
Blogger YMedad said...

a) well, if you visit my blog you'd know who I (expletive) am and I'm surprised someone like you Mr, Anonymous doesn't already know who I am since you consider yourself so smart.

b) the passage, for those who don't go to the link, is authored by someone else, an editor at YNet.

8:19 AM, May 25, 2006  
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