The Manchester Jewish community is preparing to fight the government itself after a bill was passed which demands that there be toava education in yeshivos and Bais Yaakovs.
Dayan Gavriel Krausz, former Rosh Av Bais Din of Manchester, publicized a letter where he wrote that Jews should “give up one’s life” rather than follow the government’s new policy on religious education.
Krausz said that schools should be closed and people sent to prison, rather than comply with the new law.
“One is not allowed to give in one iota,” he stated. “If we capitulate and give in, we can chas vashalom say goodbye to the next generation.”
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