Yad Vashem speaks out against rabbinic prohibition

By JONAH MANDEL
December 9, 2010 15:31

 
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The Holocaust Remembrance and Education Center Yad Vashem on Thursday spoke out against the recent rabbinic letters against letting non-Jews live in Jewish areas in Israel.

“Yad Vashem perceives the rabbis' statement regarding the prohibition to sell and rent homes to gentiles as a severe blow to the fundamental values of our lives as Jews and humans in a democratic state,” a statement on Thursday read.

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