Skip to comments.'It's not Cheap to be a Jew in Europe' Rabbi explains that security worries mean high costs
Posted on 03/30/2014 7:27:00 PM PDT by Nachum
In an Arutz Sheva interview Sunday, Rabbi Michoel Rosenblum, Director of EU Jewish Buildings, summed up the financial effects of the newly emergent European anti-Semitism by saying that it's not cheap to be a Jew in Europe.
"The exorbitant costs of security, besides the regular functions of a Jewish organization today you're taxed with another 30-40% of just wasting time with security and financing and all of that, Rabbi Rosenblum explained.
The rabbi spoke to Arutz Sheva at the Rabbinical Center of Europe conference in Budapest, Hungary.
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Rabbi explains that security worries mean high costs for Jewish communities.
A badge of honor ( to be “condemned” by the UN). Meanwhile Ariel University is installing a mosque for the extra convenience of ifs Moslem students - while Moslems throw rocks at Jews or Christians who dare to pray at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Wonder which the UN condemned?
Really. Newly emergent? What planet do these guys live on? Denial is a wonderful thing, right up until they come for you.
Wow! 312% rise in aliya from France in first part of 2014
Keep on voting for national socialists and let me know how that work out for you,
Nuthin’s cheap anywhere, Rebbe!
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