Again, I'm all for Satmar expanding wherever they live....
but calling for "mutual respect" ?
When did Satmar have any "mutual respect" for anyone?
Why is it ok to call for "mutual respect" from goyim in "chitz Le' uhhhretz" and not have "mutual respect" for other gedoilim that don't or didn't agree with their insane "SHIT'eh" UMMM?
Where was their "mutual respect" & "civil discourse" to the Kloizenberger? to the Belzer Rebbe? to the Lubavitcher Rebbe?
Is the "mutual respect" of the goyim in Monroe more important than the "mutual respect" to Moreinu Harav Avraham Yitzchok Kook z"l, a great Tzaddik and lover of Zion?
How do they justify cursing a Talmud Chacham Muvhak and then have no issue with offering "mutual respect" to goyim??
Where is their "mutual respect" and " civil discourse" to healthy Zionists building up the land that Hashem promised us?
Why do they wait with their "heimishe" chicken soup until people are deathly ill and dying in the hospitals?
Does the Mitzvah of "Ve'uhavtah L'ereichu Kamoicha" only apply to dying Jews?
"Mutual Respect"? .... a bunch of malarkey!
read on ....
In the wake of the governor’s vetoes of two bills pertaining to the proposed annexation of 507 acres of land in the Town of Monroe into the Village of Kiryas Joel, the village’s government relations coordinator called for “civil discourse” as the process moves forward
“It is my hope that civil discourse will be the norm and that we can come together in the spirit of mutual respect so that the process can reach its conclusion and is in the best interest of the community,” said Ari Felberman.
He said the village appreciates that Governor Cuomo “was able to see through the angry rhetoric being advances by Assemblyman (James) Skoufis and looked at these bills for what they really were, a thinly veiled attempt to stop the natural growth of the peaceful, family-oriented community of Kiryas Joel.”