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I wonder if this is the wrong link? How is this discrimination against Christians and Jews? It's specifically NOI discriminating against anyone, though you may not like it!
No...you must have clicked on something else. This is a report of a ruling forcing a Jewish and Christian dating website to oppose Jewish and Christian beliefs, and imposing a substantial fine for refusal. Do you think Jewish websites should be forced to sell pork products? Christian bookshops forced to sell books denouncing Christ? Or, come to that, a vegetarian website being forced to sell meat, or one promoting a sugar-free diet forced to sell sugared drinks and sweets? There are a great many websites through which pork products, anti-Christian materials, meat amd sugar can be bought - forcing people to sell such things would be quite wrong. There are many dating websites where people can indulge tastes of all sorts - the Christian and Jewish ideas on this subject cater for a specific minority and must be allowed to do so. Some one who approaches such a website and finds it fails to cater for their particular taste will obviously simply think it is a useless site and go elsewhere. I think you may be a bit muddled...the exclamation marks in your comment seem to indicate a sense of being rather troubled. Don't panic: look again - I've checked the link.
I am neither muddled nor troubled and if you were not so patronising you might get less furious responses from people.Do you not think that gay people may also have Christian or Jewish beliefs? How offensive to equate people of faith with selling pork. I could go on but I am too cross.
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