Related to Divine Misconceptions: “To tell or not to tell, that is the question”. The author is quite right. Statistics teaches us that there will almost inevitably be a few people who go horribly wrong, and I do hear periodically of reports of disgraceful things happening in the Orthodox Jewish community—things I most sincerely hope are distortions or completely false because they are painful. Unfortunately, pretending that everyone in one’s group is perfect (or close enough to perfect) and covering up problems can lead to tragedy, as negative publicity about the Catholic Church in recent years has demonstrated.
Today’s news and commentary:
- “Brain Drain”
- “‘With a Few More Brains ...’”
- “When Zola wrote 'J'accuse!'”
- “We must learn more about our enemies”
- “Beyond the conflict: View of Israel under wider lens”
- “A Victim Treats His Mugger Right” (Submitted by Barry. This sounds almost incredible.)
- “Clueless Guys Can't Read Women”
- “The trial that never was.”
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