We are rightly proud when religious Jews act in a manner that is a kiddush Hashem. And recently, we have heard of a number of such examples. On the other hand, when there is a chilul Hashem, too often we write it off, attribute it to some bad apples, or perhaps to someone who doesn’t represent our community.
For people in the Orthodox world in general, and in the Dati Leumi community in particular, it’s time to acknowledge something rotten that has made its way into our world – and we barely even acknowledge it.
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