Religious liberty for me but not thee
"The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, the National Council of Jewish Women and a number of other groups are united in their dismay at the measures which will now ensure that businesses and institutions are no longer compelled to pay for all forms of contraception demanded by their employees, including abortion-inducing drugs....
"But if you can force the Little Sisters of the Poor or an evangelical baker to surrender their rights, there is no guarantee that the time will not come when a majoritarian culture will, as they have in some places in liberal Western Europe, deem the free exercise of Judaism as unworthy of protection."
It is really quite embarrassing that such prominent Jewish groups are on the side that opposes Torah values.
But wait. Are they equally opposed to the Quran and Sharia values? Phyllis Chesler has quite an important article on this subject in Tablet Magazine. Do not miss it.
Why today’s postmodern postcolonial feminism avoids the true front lines of the battle for women’s rights.
See the full article here.