Meretz Jerusalem | 16495ga
Protesters hung a gay pride rainbow flag overnight on Saturday on the offices of the Jerusalem Chief Rabbinate to protest about offensive comments made by the capital’s top Sephardic rabbi about the homosexual community.
The rainbow flag was strung up at the entrance to the office of Rabbi Shlomo Amar, who drew anger after last week calling homosexuality an “abomination” in an interview with an Israeli daily newspaper. The same rainbow colors were drawn in chalk across the entrance way to the steps of the building on Hahavatzelet Street, reports the Times of Israel.
Serves him right!