3 thoughts on “Rabbi Calls Museum of Tolerance Siting ‘Hilul Hashem’ – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. “distinguished Conservative halachic authority”
    How can someone who tells Jews that it is okay to break Shabbat be considered an authority in Judaism?

  2. @NILI: When did Rabbi Dorff ever say it was “okay to break Shabbat?” I don’t mind disputes here, but lying about someone’s views or distorting them so severely that they don’t reflect reality is deeply troubling.

  3. Smile. I’m a Sabbath Keeper floating somewere between Orthodox and Reform, Protestant and Catholic. Am I breaking the Sabbath by reading this on the Palace in Time?

    Desecrating anybody’s cemetery seems like it would be not a very kind thing to do? Don’t most of us have higher opinion of the highest in Judaic, Christian, and Muslim thought than to think such desecration permissible to do—especially in the name of tolerance. The character of our God seems to demand of us better behavior than that.

    Thanks for covering this issue.

    Jim Becraft

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