I’m sorry, there is no other way than to describe them. They are vermin. If this story is accurate, or even mostly accurate, I hope they have video footage. There should be video surveillance cameras installed in every single road in Beth Shemesh where these vermin hang out. Catch them, put them in prison for 5 years, and then lets see where it takes us. Are we going to wait and wait and wait for the never resultant condemnation from their Rabbinic mentors? The lunatics are out of the asylum.
Watch this video of the girl, Natalie Mashiach, recounting her horrible experience.
And, for something different, a Breslover reaction.
3 thoughts on “Lock these vermin out”
Wow very disturbing indeed.
Firstly is there any official other side of this story besides saying that she infiltrated there “holy” neighborhood. up until outside there shul?
If this is indeed what happened we are in a very tough situation, i know some these chareidim personally, and i know there Hashkofe to a certain extent, but to go this low? to beating up a young woman and nearly killing her??
This is not Yidishkeit at all!!!. anyone who could possibly do this, is no different than a palestinian, (besides the fact that he has a neshome) what were all the bystanders thinking? why didnt they step forward to stop this? it is becoming more clear to me that this is not merely a few crazy Chareidim, it is a spreading fungas and direct outcome of there misguided not Torahdig Hashkofe.
On a brighter side, Rabbi Lazer Brodys story is very nice, if it happened, it would be interesting to know what happened as a result, not that anything has to happen as a result, the torah wants us to show, and feel ahavas Yisroel to every jew, and how much more so to a jew who is not close to Torah and Mitzvos yet.
Anyhow “Yitamu Chatoim Velo Chotim”
Some media outlets, none that are reputable, claim she lifted up her shirt! Look at the interview and listen to her. These guys should be shipped off to the moon to start a new colony.
As to R’ Lazer Brody’s article, I think I’d believe that from him. He is that type.
Interesting that these media outlets are saying that she lifted up her shirt… if it is true however, That is for sure wrong for her to do, and is provocative, although that still does not change the severity of the response. there is absolutely no excuse at all for there violent reaction, she could have been streaking for arguments sake, that still does not excuse there behavior in the slightest.
R’ Lazers story is a real demonstration of the way an extreme Chareidi should react to such situations according to Torah.
Although it would have been nicer of this Breslevor to actually look at them and speak to them properly, this would have no doubt been better, What if this Breslevor would have been a Chabad Shliach in Ashdod? what a Kidush Hashem he would have made. but then again everyone has there derech and if loking at another woman for him, will compromise on his affection toward his wife, then kudos to him, he still made a Kidush Hashem which all of these chareidim should be taught to emulate.