Jun 17, 2007

Quote of the Day (qotd)

Lev Leviev, the religious businessman who controls the holding company Africa-Israel, and who is the wealthiest Israeli, said in an interview to Maariv newspaper, "A Jew who makes money and merited blessings, needs to do good deeds with the money he earned. I do not understand businessmen who make a lot of profit and continue to work hard, but do not contribute."


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  3. leviev puts his money where his mouth is.


    (and this is just the tip of the iceberg.)

    on a different matter: you commented elsewhere that there is no problem with a hat made from a rabbi because it is not kosher. would there a problem with kosher animals used for such purposes?

  4. i'm not going to delete and repost for stupid typos a third time. obvously rabbi = rabbit (that's a correction, not an equation)

  5. not that I am aware of. And according to the poster over there, from kabalistical reasons it might even be better.

  6. actually ari, there are some rabbi whose only contribution may be to make hats out of them....


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