January 30, 2012 7:42pm
The founder of the ZAKA Rescue and Recovery Organization equates the violence of some haredi Orthodox Jews against innocents to terrorism and calls upon leaders — in the community and elsewhere — to make their voices heard in deploring their actions.
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