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Thursday, June 23, 2005

Will The Homos March In Jerusalem?

I blogged about this many moons ago. It seems that Mayor Uri Lupolianski is doing his best to prevent this event from taking place. My guess is that the courts will force the Jerusalem's residents to suffer the insult of having to foot the bill of an event that they are overwhelmingly opposed to.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

y'know... opinions are like assholes...
we've all got 'em... and they all stink!

Cosmic X said...

Hi anonymous,

Your comment is not witty and your use of profane language is not a sign of intelligence.

s said...

anon, i respect homosexuals as people. And they can do what they want Privately. But to have a parade in the holiest city in the world is an insult to the city and people.

yingele said...

Cosmic - I thought that Uri has the first and last word on it?

Cosmic X said...

Ying,

According to ynet the gays are taking the city to court on the issue.

Chai18 said...

out of all the cities in the world why choose Jerusalem to show off their depravity?

patrickafir said...

Yedioth Ahronoth (English) reports that Jerusalem's police chief is ready to authorize the parade.

I don't care if you're gay. I don't care about what consenting adults do behind closed doors. Do what you like, but please respect others.

Jerusalem is sacred, though. Why can't gay pride be held in Tel Aviv? I don't know how it is over there, C-X, but here in the States, the gay pride parades can get pretty licentious. It's shameful if there are kids around. I'd feel the same way about scantily-clad straight people prancing around reveling in public sexual expression.

It just really somehow seems infinitely more disgraceful considering such a spectacle happening in Jerusalem.

rockofgalilee said...

As I mentioned in my Thursday's blog, why can't they just be Gay. Do they have to be Gay Jews? It is not an adjective that is appropriate for the noun.

While I generally respect people as a whole, someone who publicly announces to the world that he is engaging in something the Torah calls an abomination gains no respect from me. If you're going to sin, do it quietly where no one knows you, as the gemara advises.

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