Kosher Adultery in the Jewish State
Let's pretend for a moment that Israel's media was objective, fair & balanced in covering all things political.
Even in this dream world, Israel's media would still pose a grave threat to the Jewish State of Israel.
Consider the following article found in the "Singles" section of today’s Yediot Achronot: The pros-and-cons of adultery
Everyone tries to find excuses for their choices in life, but there are some that do it with commendable creativity. Here is a collection of arguments “for and against” adultery. You won't find this in the Torah.
Following my first (illegal) time, I stayed in bed and filled my pillow with tears... So after I wet the pillow, I fell asleep. When I got up I wasn’t the same person. I knew that I woke up to a different reality, one which you are either in it – or you’re not. In time, and because of the advantages involved, I chose to stay in that reality. And today, as an experienced veteran, I have put together some words of wisdom, and insights into why you should go ahead and do it. Honestly? At least for me, these arguments are the winners, big time.
The author of the article proceeds to list 20 reasons why one shouldn't commit adultery, and 33 reasons why one should - with him personally coming out in favor of cheating on one's spouse.
Or, how about this article from Ha'aretz entitled My life as Don Juan , an article about how men can learn to seduce women.
Here's another article from Yediot Achronot entitled The neighbor's grass is pinker focusing on the dating challenges of a Jewish gay male in Israel.
What values is the media industry promoting for the Jewish State?
Could it be that the glorification of these values might be the reason for headlines such as these (and for many of the social ills that currently exist in the Jewish State)?:
Marriage becomes less popular, family rights 'ignored'
Sharp rise in sex offenses by minors
Men: Provocative women asking for it
Half of Israeli men believe women who dress provocatively are looking to be sexually harassed, a new study reveals
United Jewish Front leader begs local beauty queen Linor Aberjil not to marry her boyfriend, non-Jewish NBA player Sarunas Jasikevicius, and 'divorce the Jewish people'
While our attention is seemingly focused on issues such as demography and borders, the Jewish State is being destroyed from within.