Chabad’s Chief Rabbi of Russia: Stop Talking About Democratic Rights of Minorities, Gays Parade “Dirty, Insulting, Indecent,” Gays, “Not Quite Sure They Are Normal”

Interfax reports:

Moscow, November 8, Interfax – Chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar identified with a distinctive negative reaction of the Orthodox Jews in Israel to gay parade planned in Jerusalem on November 10.

‘One should see that the only object of this parade is to make a PR action, which is dirty, insulting and indecent,’ Lazar said in his interview to Interfax.

He thinks that the constantly displayed wish of sexual minorities to publicly demonstrate their way of life shows ‘uncertainty about their case, if not an inferiority complex, as they are not quite sure whether they are normal and badly need public recognition.’

They say they hold their parade so that people can understand them. Yet it would be much better if they learn to understand the feelings of other people first and then demand understanding,’ the interviewee is convinced.

The insulting of the feelings of believers as a main purpose of gay parade in Jerusalem ‘will certainly be achieved. In this case one should stop taking about the freedom of self-expression and democratic right of minorities.’ Such is the view of the chief rabbi of Russia.

Chabad’s ‘chief rabbi’ of Russia should be removed immediately.

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One response to “Chabad’s Chief Rabbi of Russia: Stop Talking About Democratic Rights of Minorities, Gays Parade “Dirty, Insulting, Indecent,” Gays, “Not Quite Sure They Are Normal”

  1. B”H
    Rabbi Lazar was elected by the leaders of the Russian Jewish communties he represents only they can “remove him” . And I suspect that they will not as they probably agree with him on this subject.
    Besides the fact that such parade in itself needlesly upsets the eligious feelings of most Jerusalem residents I’m sure it will even upset your feelings if they will have displays like this :

    While in a democratic society they have a right to demand a permit to demonstrate others including Rabbi Lazar have a right to express theier beliefs on the subject.
    However in truth it’s not primarily an issue of human rights but human lls :
    Pride or Sickness / The Rebbe’s View
    http://www.chabad.info/index.php?url=article_en&id=7617&print=true

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