Religion & Beliefs

Racist Rabbi Probably not a Fan of Drake

Israeli heavy hitter, Dov Lior, talked at an educational institution last year, and had some really sweet things to say about modern music.  According to a report on Failed Messiah, the Grand Wizard, er, Chief Rabbi of  Kiryat Arba, probably … Read More

By / August 24, 2010

Israeli heavy hitter, Dov Lior, talked at an educational institution last year, and had some really sweet things to say about modern music.  According to a report on Failed Messiah, the Grand Wizard, er, Chief Rabbi of  Kiryat Arba, probably doesn’t have a really sweet MP3 collection on his iTunes: 

 

"Music can get contaminated. Experts will investigate and see if the tune is ‘kosher,’ if it expresses an aspiration to goodness, or if it is taken from the jungle and stimulates negative emotions. With pop, you can see clearly that it’s negative. Something that belongs to the rhythms of kushim [niggers] isn’t part of our world."

 

Thanks Dov, really doing your part to help Jewish relations with everybody else.  Way to go.