Religious equality organization slams Badatz flyer

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January 10, 2012 13:13

 
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Rabbi Uri Regev, director of the religious equality organization Hiddush, responded on Tuesday to an Eda Haredit flyer slamming government intervention in the ultra-Orthodox lifestyle.

The haredi (ultra-Orthodox) group has revealed its true face "as an organization that supports thuggery of the worst kind," Regev said.

The members of Badatz who publicized the notice supporting the Sikrikim are shaming Judiasm, Regev explained, calling on haredi leaders to denounce the organization's stand.

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