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October 30, 2009

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I also hate it , I really really HATE IT and I cuold not agree with you more abuot every muslim woman baring their head LOL
PS GODDESS RADIO IS On til 1 :)

http://audio.cygnusradio.com:8000/cyg1_hi.m3u

BTW, does this mean that all Orthodox Jews also have to bear their heads when they come to this "culture?"

catsden, Do Orthodox Jewish women have to cover their heads? If yes, does the Secretary of State, if they are a woman, have to cover her head when she goes to Israel? If yes, then, the answer is yes to your question. The point being, is it only American women who have to be "culturally senstive"? And if culturally sensitive means that in countries where women are second class citizens, American women, even if they are Secretary of State, are also seen as second class citizens, how are we promoting equality for women by playing by their rules?

Just the fact that she "bowed" to their rules, like Obama bowed to the Saudi Prince, says a lot about appeasement to me. We don't appease people who think it is alright to abuse their population and those who concede are just as guilty of the abuse. That's my take.

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Hillary On Mumbai

  • “My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families touched by these acts of terror in Mumbai. We still do not know the full measure of this tragedy, which has taken the lives of Indian citizens, Americans, and others who had traveled to Mumbai from around the world. Two New Yorkers, Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and Rivka Holtzberg of Brooklyn are among those who have died, leaving behind their young son. The young couple had traveled from Brooklyn to manage a small Chabad house, welcoming Jews from India and elsewhere to learn, pray, and serve the community. There could be no sharper a reminder, nor a more poignant call to action, than the brutal and heinous violence visited upon the Nariman House and the Holtzberg family, living and working in Mumbai on a mission of peace, scholarship, and spiritual guidance. As those responsible are brought to justice, as we aid and support the victims and their families, as we work to defeat radical extremism and the terror it spawns, let us find strength in knowing that in the face of those who seek to take lives, there are those who seek to give hope and comfort. In the face of those who wish only to destroy, there are individuals like Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and Rivka Holtzberg who travel great distances far from their homes to build a better world.

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