Feminism and Jews

The Jewish activists have always played a leading role in Western Feminist movement. However, they have double standard for fighting for women rights among the Jewish communities and especially when it concerns their Israeli sisters.

The recent saga of Rabbi Marc Gafni who took refuge in Israel after he was accused of sexual attacks by several Jewish girls and women in 2004. None of the so-called “Feminist” criticized the good rabbi who seeks to reinvent himself now.

Same goes for Israeli Rabbi Eliezer Berland, head of Shuvu Banim Breslov sect, who escaped to South Africa after several of his women students including a 15-year-old girl accused him of sexual assault in 2013. Rabbi Berland is reportedly have over 30,000 followers living in Israel, Egypt, Morocco and South Africa.

Last week British Laour Party suspended its MP Simon Danczuk (Jewish) after he was accused of having sex with a sleeping woman by his second ex-wife. He is also accused of tweeting sex messages to women. None of British newspapers or feminist groups condemned Danczuk. On the other hand, The Journal and The Guardian defended Danczuk, calling accusations as witch hunt.

Betty Friedan (born as Betty Naomi Goldstein) is considered the “Mother” of Feminist movement in United States. In her biography Betty claims to be a loving wife and mother. However, her ex-husband Carl Friedan called her unstable person.

Modern feminism is supported by the Jews and the privileged White folk who detest religion but worship their races.

Being from the East is a problem for the West; being a Muslim from the East is a big problem, but the greatest is being a Muslim woman from the East,” professor Merve Kavaksi (George Washington University) and former member of Turkish parliament. Read more here.

In November 2014, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan was chased by western media and feminist groups for saying at a women conference in Ankara: You cannot bring women and men into equal positions; that is against nature because their nature is different. For example, in work life, you cannot impose the same conditions on a pregnant woman as a man.

Listen below famous Indian author and feminist Arundhati Roy’s views on feminism.

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