In a Facebook post, Rabbi Avi Zarki wrote against wearing a wig: "Looks like a tumor" • On designed scarves came out: "Clearly not aesthetically pleasing"
Rabbi Avi Zarki
Rabbi Avi Zarki has been known for many years to have a sharpened tongue who is not afraid to express his views on various issues, so one can only assume that his loyal Facebook surfers were not surprised when he launched a new, controversial battle against women wearing a wig.
"To all the women who cover their heads in what is today called a 'wig,'" he addressed the women on Facebook.
"First of all it's incredibly ugly. You just got used to it, and think you're beautiful. It's time to tell you the truth inside."
"Why inside?", Rabbi Zarki added, "Since you see in the mirror only the face and not the profile. From the side it looks like you have a bulge in the area of the head and / or the back of the size of a tennis ball and it looks like a tumor. , And even ugly. "
"Secondly, this thing is forbidden according to Halacha, and this is how the great arbitrators, the true great men of the Torah, ruled. "For a long" banana "shape, it is clearly not aesthetic. The head should be covered with a delicate, classic and beautiful head scarf. The woman's beauty is cast on her face in her modesty," Rabbi Zarki concluded his post.
The controversial post quickly garnered angry reactions from both women and men.
"Disgusting post, who are you anyway ?!", wrote a surfer named Leah and Joshua added: "Who are you? Cheeky".
Naomi decided to attack him from the front: "Have you been looking in the mirror lately? Your appearance bothers me too, but I did not tell you anything, did I?"
And Racheli Rotner closed the discussion in the most honed way: "Atonement, you are retarded"