Sunday, May 31, 2009

Monday, May 25, 2009

Historic Rabbinic Ban: It Is Prohibited to Vote for Pro-Homosexual Politicians

Sunday May 24th, 2009 , an Emergency Conclave of the "Rabbinical Alliance of America" banned voting, supporting or honoring any politicians who support the homosexual agenda. Spokesman Rabbi Yehuda Levin appealed to Jewish Orthodox organizations, Agudath Israel, OU, etc., to join in the ban. Similarly, the Rabbis of appealed to Christian denominations such as: "The Southern Baptist Convention", "The National Catholic Conference of Bishops" and Pope Benedict to issue similar bans.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Concerned for Life: Rabbi Yehuda Levin Warns

Concerned for Life: Rabbi Yehuda Levin Warns

The Village Voice Quoting R.Y.L. at The Hispanic Pro Family Rally on May. 18 2009

"Rabbi Yehuda Levin, Union of Orthodox Rabbis and the Rabbinical Alliance of America, joined the Hispanic clergy members in their threats to primary politicians who vote to alter the definition of marriage.

"I want to say to Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver: You're an embarrassment as a Jew," he yelled, following up with a vision of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg presiding over a gay marriage at Silver's synagogue.

Levin also fretted that same sex marriage would open up the floodgates to a more expansive concept when he spoke to this reporter. "When they have the next movement that they want to have multiple wives or the next movement to marry their daughters will the Village Voice support that also or do they draw the line at homosexuals," he asked. "How far will the Village Voice go?""

Dov Hikind on Rabbi Yehuda Levin June/99 - Excerpt From "The Village Voice Interview"


"Hikind began the year expressing tolerance toward the gay community, distancing himself from the rabidly homophobic rabbi Yehuda Levin, head of Jews for Morality, who was running for the City Council in February. "I cannot support anyone who is homophobic," Hikind told a Brooklyn paper in January. "I can't and I won't." Gay activists applauded Hikind's stance and were further pleased when he cast a vote for the Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination bill that passed in the assembly in March. But Hikind said the vote was an electronic mistake and filed a memo with the assembly stating that he would have voted no had he been present. "I have no intention of supporting that bill, unless someone changes the laws of the Torah," he declared. Lamented Lambda Line, a newsletter for the gay and lesbian Democratic club in Brooklyn, "We were optimistic that Hikind had, indeed, matured in his thinking on this issue, but were sadly mistaken." "
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Comments Rabbi Levin:
B'H Dov has come a long way in the last ten years and we're all thrilled!