Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Belz mosdos- Lakewood acceptance takkanos

What will Rechnitz tell them?

13 comments:

  1. Why do chasidish mosdos get to set their own set of rules but if a youngerman wants the best for his child and dosent want him to be with a child with a TV at home and foreign concepts to yiddishkeit that can be a bad influence to his son, he is labeled a koifer.

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  2. I am no chusid, but this is not at all what Rechnitz had in mind, or what any bar sechel should mind. Every mosad has a right to enforce certain standards as its administration sees fit. If a school wishes to open according to the policies of a certain Chasidus , that is no ones business.
    Similarly, every private school, almost by definition, can and should have certain rules that its student body must adhere to . If a family blatantly refuses to comply with core policies, they are simply not a fit for that school.
    It is when a family is in compliance, and is completely committed to the values that the school stands for, and is still rejected, that raises Rechnitz's ire , and the ire of so many others.

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    1. Will rechnitz force a school to accept a child whose parents do not conform to the school policies? What if a school had good reason not to take a kid is rechnitz fine with that?

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    2. Are you really that stupid?
      This is fine.If a school gives out written policies wether no internet Women cant drive cars car license plates can only have odd numbers or whatever there is no issue. Follow the rules and we'll accept you.
      If you are a Belzer child, and you follwo the rules you are accepted it is that simple.
      The issue with the non chasidish schools that for wahtever reason you want to ignore are that there are no set rules. Kids are rejected for the sake of rejection itself.
      This has to stop. And finally somebody is calling you and your evil like minded folk out on it!

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    3. If a mother walks into a yeshivish girls school with a shaitel down to her you know what and a skirt well above her knees which are against school policy do you blame the other parents for saying something?

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    4. A chasidisher mosad can make takanos but we'd hen so yeshiva man wants his standards he is belittled with 5 ani maamins.

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  3. According to Shulchan Oruch you should not write signs (or other things) using "sefer toyrah" oysiyos

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  4. Rechnitz was fed a big lie. Instead of looking at the real issues of school acceptance he zoned in on one issue blaming the entire tzibbur Of bnei torah as the main culprit. He was fooled mislead and fed information from sonei torah.

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  5. The people that brought him and took his money are at fault for this whole fiasco

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  6. I dont understand . If schools would have room for 25 students and only accept 18 per class because they want to discriminate ,then I understand the complaints . But if the school is anyway accepting 27 or 28 ,then whats the difference ? If they accepted you ,then they would have to tuirn away somebody else ? If they accep their maximum, then they certainly have the right to decide who to accept .

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  7. Blame the scoop for posting the video just to get more hits and the kanarek askanim for releasing it to the scoop so they can continue to get good media coverage.

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  8. This is totally the fault of the dinner sponsor for putting this video online . a chutzpah of mosdos that wont touch a kid who has internet ,to go and livestream and put this all over the web . Hypocrisy at its best

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  9. Yeshiva world news should be ashamed of what Yair Hoffman wrote. He owes Lakewood a apology.

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