|Egged Bus Ad|
"Short Clothing Shortens Life?"
And how many people are going to dress more Tzniusdik because of a Bus Ad?
How many people are they going to be Mekariev with this ad and how many people are they going to be me'racheik?
How many people are going to ask, "What about all the people that die young and wear tznisdikeh clothing? Hmmm?
I'll tell you what "shortens life" ....
When guys like Weingarten rape their own daughters and when guys like Weberman rape and molest countless innocent girls, and the community not only degrade and ostracize the victims, but go out and raise funds and support these animals, that, my friends, "shortens lives"
A new Egged campaign has been launched in Jerusalem which involves signs that say “shorter clothing = shortens life”, and “in memory of the Kedoshim in Har Nof”. Needless to say the new tznius campaign has elicited the ire of anti-religious elements.
Critics of the new ad campaign are urging people to phone the Canaan Ad Company to complain. The social media network is being used to get the word out to oppose the ad campaign.
MK (Meretz) Michal Rosen has turned to Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz to pull the posters. She feels the ad is offensive to women, who have the right to dress as they wish.Both Egged and Canaan explain that the ad campaign represents a viewpoint that is legitimate as are objections to the ad campaign but one has the right to pay to advertise one’s view. Egged’s Dan Ratner added that ad campaigns represent the diversity of Israeli life and as such, there are many viewpoints being expressed.