Hypocritical Zionist Sexism: Women Barred from Singing in Orthodox Judaism

Jewish extremists such as Bella Abzug, Andrea Dworkin, Betty Friedanand many others were instrumental in the creation of the feminist movement which has played such a destructive role in western society—but they have remained completely silent about the fact that orthodox Judaism does not allow women to sing at any of their services, secular or not.

This blatant anti-female discrimination, revealed in a news article about the South African Zionist Federation (SAZF), is but the tip of the iceberg on this issue.

The SAZF is the official South African constituent body of the World Zionist Organization and claims to act on behalf of the South African Jewish Community in all matters relating to Israel.

According to the article, published in the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, “some of the secular communal structures in the South African Jewish community have adopted an unpublished but acknowledged policy of barring female voices—especially in song—from the communal, secular space.

“This practice came to the attention of a young organization, SACRED (South African Centre for Religious Equality and Diversity) at the end of March 2012, when a mixed voice choir, sponsored by WIZO, was initially refused participation in the annual SAZF-sponsored Independece Day celebration.

“That refusal was later rescinded, and the choir did participate, but the policy itself remains in force. There is no guarantee that female singers and mixed groups will be allowed to participate in future large-scale public, communal events.

“Other events have also come to the attention of SACRED, which started a database of complaints 18 months ago. Earlier in 2012 a King David High School marimba band with a teenage female singer was barred from an event sponsored by the school’s parent body, the constitutionally Orthodox South African Jewish Board of Education. Women’s singing is silenced at Cape Town and Johannesburg Yom HaShoah commemorations as a policy.”

Orthodox Judaism, and indeed all of Judaism, as reflected in the teachings of the Torah, is violently anti-female.

Yet strangely enough, the ardent Jewish Supremacist feminists who worked so hard to smash up the traditional family unit in western nations, have all remained conspicuously quite over their own tribe’s fanatical sexism.