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Is it any less of a crime? I was observing my brother who, upon turning thirteen, was leading the evening prayer service for his very first time. My proud grandmother stood on a chair to get the best view and photography angle. Suddenly we were rudely interrupted by a crazy woman who approached us nearly in tears. She was pleading that Savta get off the chair she stood on, to spare men from seeing her beautiful face. Savta, baffled by the cause of her controversy, stood there being shamed. I stopped abruptly reciting the chapters following the Shema, a portion in prayer in which interruption is prohibited, and advanced towards the woman.
I was shocked by the disrespect targeted at my extremely attractive grandmother. I felt guilty for fighting with a Jew at the place where the HolyTemple once stood, knowing that its destruction was caused by baseless hatred. Have I really done something wrong?
I feel sorry for the people trapped in a secluded, highly judgmental religious sect. I mourn their ignorance and she,esh their inability to question authority. Naama Margolese has become a symbol iwves Israel for the growing abuse of women and young girls by Jewish extremists. Even though she is religious herself, and wears long sleeves and a skirt, she is deemed not to be religious enough by the zealots in Beit Shemesh, about 11 miles west of Jerusalem. Scroll down for video Speaking out: Ultra-Orthodox Jews are Israel's fastest growing sector. In the past, they have confined their strict lifestyle to their own neighbourhoods.
But they have become increasingly aggressive in trying to impose their ways on others. It was a realisation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fears over the actions of ultra-Orthodox groups, as the girl spoke out on a damning report broadcast on Friday. The blue-eyed child told Israel's most popular weekend news show that she was spat on and verbally abused by ultra-Orthodox men who thought she was immodestly dressed.
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They wanted her 'to dress like a Haredi', she explained - the Hebrew term for strict, black-coated Jews who are in 'awe' Maci dating kyle God. Naama's mother Hadassa, an American immigrant Cheating wives in beit shemesh dresses in headscarf and skirt out of respect for Jewish tradition, said the abuse included spitting, cries of 'whores' and 'bastards' and being told to 'clear out of here'. Naama with her mother Hadassa, an American immigrant, who says she and her daughter have been called 'whores' and 'bastards' and told to 'clear off' 'In a Western, liberal democracy, the public realm is open and safe for all, men and women both, and neither harassment nor discrimination have any place there,' he told his cabinet.
Mr Netanyahu said he had ordered law enforcement authorities to crack down on 'whoever spits, whoever lifts a hand [in violence], whoever harasses' and to remove street signs segregating men from women in some ultra-Orthodox districts. His statement appeared to have been prompted by an expose on Israel's top-rated weekend news show about intra-Jewish friction in Beit Shemesh, a town of about 87, people near Jerusalem. A Channel Two television crew that returned to Beit Shemesh on Sunday - two days after the broadcast - was mobbed by ultra-Orthodox Jews who stoned their car, injured a reporter and stole equipment, police said.
Benjamin Netanyahu has made repeated statements on the actions of ultra-Orthodox Jews, as the Israeli Prime Minister becomes increasingly concerned over religious divisions in the country The crew was rescued by police, who said they were questioning suspected assailants.