No Consideration For Chareidim On Immodest Bus Posters

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Protests from liberal and Reform groups influenced a bus company to reverse its decision to keep immodest posters out of Bnei Brak.

The Dan Bus Company had instructed its drivers “to have respect for the feelings of our passengers” and check that buses used on Bnei Brak routes have no immodest posters.

But the “Free Israel” organization slammed the decision, charging that someone in the Dan company must have “got confused and thought he woke up in the morning in Iran.” The Reform Israel Democracy Institute for Religion and State said it was “outrageous, sad, and annoying” to see a bus company behaving “as if we were in medieval times.”

Dan canceled the instructions.

{Matzav.com}


14 COMMENTS

  1. Medieval times are the times of har sinai when morals were not watered down. the torah expects people to live by the highest morals thats what medieval times means

  2. IF THE RABBONIM OF BNEI BRAK CALL FOR A BOYCOTT OF DAN BUSES, THE COMPANY WILL CHANGE IT’S MIND OR GO BROKE.

  3. Instead of asking the company to be sensitive to the needs of the chareidim in B’nei Brak, perhaps there should be an effort to make the rest of the public (secular) more sensitive to the degradation of women that is happening in the general society. Women want to be treated as equal people and not “objects” but then allow themselves to be objectified in immodest advertising, films, etc.

  4. boycott also the products that are being advertised. isnt the point of ads to sell their products? of what use is it to the advertisers if the products themselves are being boycotted?

  5. money talks. stop using Dan buses in bnei brak and you’ll see how they reverse. these reform animals never stepped foot or plan to step foot in bnei brak.

  6. Boycotts work, and doing so would probably have the desired effect. However, people rely on public transportation so it would be rather difficult to implement this plan.

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