Anti-Sharia Law Protests – What’s it all about? (AE video)

by Scott Creighton

Yep. Another American Everyman video. This one focuses on this past weekend’s anti-Sharia Law “protests”.

I figured out a new way to do videos which doesn’t involve you guys staring at me for 20 minutes while I read or rant about this subject or that one. Eventually I will become skilled enough at the editing process to be able to insert brief shots of myself talking about the topic while sharing what I have researched with the screen capture program I’m now using. But for right now, this is how I am going to be processing my videos and I will be doing them probably more than you care to watch.

It’s been a while since I have done a video. I hope you like it.

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New IDF Chief Rabbi Says Soldiers Can Rape Arab Women To Boost Morale

(Aaaaaaand the far-right Brownshirts were protesting “Sharia Law” this weekend because it is sexist toward women? )

from Mint Press News

Outgoing chief rabbi, Brig. Gen. Rafi Peretz, of the Israeili Defense Forces, who is stepping down after six years in the position is being replaced. And, his successor, Rabbi Col. Eyal Karim’s appointment is being met with backlash — as he is outspoken for allowing soldiers to rape women during wartime.

Karim, who was announced on Monday as the intended new IDF chief rabbi, has provoked controversy with previous misogynistic statements, such as opposing female conscription and implying that rape was permissible in times of war…

In 2012, Karim’s controversy started when the Hebrew religious website KIPA, asked him, in the light of certain biblical passages, if IDF soldiers were permitted to commit rape during wartime despite the general understanding that such an act is widely considered repugnant.

His answer enraged many Israelis.

Although intercourse with a female gentile is very grave, it was permitted during wartime (under the conditions it stipulated) out of consideration for the soldiers’ difficulties,” he wrote. “And since our concern is the success of the collective in the war, the Torah permitted [soldiers] to satisfy the evil urge under the conditions it stipulated for the sake of the collective’s success.”…

When he is not advocating for the rape of women, Karim is outspoken about refusing to allow women in the IDF.

Karim wrote in 2002 that it was explicitly forbidden…

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