Perhaps more troublesome is that we can not dismember an entire community because they are part of us and we are part of them. This goes for Chareidim as well as Dati Leumi. One can not dismember a part of his/her body because we need each part of our body and by doing so we only hurt ourselves.
The Chareidim need the Dati Leumi community and visa versa. In fact we need each and every Jew, secular or religious.
And by minimizing our exposure to fellow Jews exposed to outside influences we also limit and minimize our positive influence of an elevated consciousness of sanctity upon our fellow Jew by not interacting with them.
There needs to be a healthy balance rather than total abstention and separation.
We don't abstain from wine but rather we elevate it and thus sanctify the mundane with holiness.
Yesh Din veYesh Dayan.
...The terrorists who killed Shira and Ali do not represent Israel or its people. They are a fringe group, made up of radical extremists who do not only seek to kill. Their ultimate goal is the destruction of the State of Israel. They act against and threaten the very premise of what the Zionist movement envisioned when returning to the Land of Israel after 2,000 years in exile — a Jewish and democratic state committed to equality and freedom for all its citizens. They are anarchists, a fifth column within Israel and like Hamas and Hezbollah, they must face the full force of Israel's justice system and its defense establishment.
But they are also a tiny group. They do not represent the 400,000 residents of Jewish communities throughout the West Bank, the overwhelming majority of whom are law-abiding citizens and have condemned these acts of violence.
Here he was, trying his very hardest to help the Chareidi community with jobs and with economic relief and in return he got slammed and slandered being called lots of nasty names.
and about the Power of Speech https://powerofspeech.org/
The story is about R' Elimelech Tress... quoting from a web site: "The Satmar Rebbe, Reb Yoel Tietelbaum, treated Mike Tress with a great deal of Kovod (respect). One of his chassidim was surprised at this and asked the Rebbe how he could do this? Mike was just a clean shaven guy! The rebbe replied in Yiddish (but I will write his reply in English). "In the World to Come when Mike Tress gets there they will ask him, "Yid, Yid where is your beard? When you get there, they will ask beard, beard, where is your Yid!""
Arutz7 and Yeshiva world reported on Rabbi Sternbuch's harsh words to Naftali Bennett.
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