"It's time religion was put in its place and everyone will be allowed to do as they please," he said. "The country and its institutions must be free of religion."
"We need to know how to deal with homosexuality, which is the sin of our time, and woe to us for having come to this. We need to know how to deal with those sons of Israel born as homosexuals, in order to ease their pain, and to show them that there are other ways to find true happiness."
“Spending this year mucking about in Israel and making sometimes poignant, often irrelevant observations...with a bizarre fixation on pigs.”
This is not a fashion show. Not that there's no fashion in Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) neighborhoods. There is. Most definitely. Elite fashion that often comes with a very high price tag.But the women that photographer Lea Golda Holterman met wanted to show her something else, something dear to their hearts and to their lifestyle, something that transcends fashion, fabrics and outfits.