The court’s ruling was “more of an economic, civil rights decision” than a moral decision, he explained. “In some ways I understand the decision of the court not to discriminate against a certain group of people,” he said.
However, he said, referring to homosexual relationships as “marriage” is a change. “Blurring the lines of language has a very dangerous impact on the morality of society,” he warned.
Rabbi Elgazi gave examples of other blurred language that poses a threat.
He noted that Israelis have to be particularly careful when it comes to demanding “gay marriage.” For Israelis to reject Torah law on a personal level is one thing, he said, but to reject Torah law on a societal level could put Israel on the path to ultimately no longer being a Jewish State.
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