Sydney: Jew Rabbi Says It Didn’t Know It Wasn’t Supposed to Touch Children’s Genitals

Daily Stormer
February 8, 2015

Chabad Rabbi Yosef Feldman
Chabad Rabbi Yosef Feldman

Jews are having more trouble in the land down under!


A former director of an Orthodox Jewish school says he did not know it was a crime for an adult to touch a child’s genitals, the royal commission into child abuse has heard.

Rabbi Yosef Feldman was questioned about the way he dealt with abuse claims against a rabbinical student known as AVL at the Yeshivah Gedolah in Sydney in 2002.

Counsel assisting the Commission Maria Gerace asked: “did you understand that it was against the law for an adult to touch the genitals of another child?”

“I didn’t know that as a fact,” Rabbi Feldman answered.

The Commission heard AVL admitted lying down and massaging the child.

The rabbi said he “didn’t have a clue” that could be a criminal matter.

“My role in general is to look at things from a Jewish perspective, from a religious perspective,” Rabbi Feldman said.

“I’m not in the business of thinking about how society would deal with issues.”

In other words: “your goyim laws are so far below me I don’t even think about them. In our divine law given by our god, we are allowed to touch the genitals of children all we like.”