о.Арониус (o_aronius) wrote,


Две ссылки по теме. Поскольку наткнулся на них практически одновременно, помещаю их в одном постинге.

1. Фантастическая история о поляке, который в годы коммунистический власти, вопреки воле родителей стал священником - и тут обнаружил, что является евреем, которого его приемные родители спасли в годы войны:

Born in 1943 in Nazi-occupied Poland, Weksler-Waszkinel did not know that he was Jewish until he was 35 years old, 12 years after he was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest. Nor did he know that his birth parents, both ardent Zionists, were murdered by the Nazis after entrusting his care to a Polish Catholic family to save his life...

According to Michael Schudrich, chief rabbi of Poland, "Father Waskinel is incredibly honest in saying that he is Jewish, and he is also honest in not wanting to turn his back on the church."

When Romuald Jakub Weksler-Waszkinel applied to immigrate to Israel as a Jew under the Law of Return last October, Israeli authorities delayed responding to his request for months.

Teoтически, кстати, было бы интересно, если бы дело дошло до Верховного суда. Поскольку этот случай очевидным образом отлчается от случая брата Даниэля, который является прецедентным в подобных вопросах.

2. Дела судебные

The Nachlat Yeshua Messianic congregation is one of about seven such Christian congregations in the city.

According to the suit, hundreds of Orthodox Jews held a demonstration without a permit, broke into the church compound, attacked worshipers, broke furniture and held their own prayer service. The protesters allegedly remained in the compound for three hours before police evicted them.

Members of the congregation also alleged that the demonstrators punched worshipers and surrounded a Korean man, kicked him in the ankles and said to him, "Go back to Thailand, you dirty Thai worker."

Интересно было бы узнать подробности этой истории. А раввина, ИМХО, отмажут независимо от его действительной роли в этой истории.

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