An adolescent effort project of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs that made a buzz by utilizing oral sex jokes advertise tourism in Israel three years back, is by and by under fiery breakout for utilizing assembly sex to publicize "enchanting, mainstream and sassy" Tel Aviv to youthful Jewish Canadians.
Response from Canadian rabbis to the new online notice from Cija's "Size Doesn't Matter" crusade has "run from perplexity and scorn to appall," with some criticizing the "shockingly unfortunate taste," consistent with the Jewish Tribune.
"You don't need individuals coming to Israel for sex and that is just about what its prescribing. It's a definitive trivialization of the Zionist dream and bordering on the amazingly hostile," said Rabbi Philip Scheim of the Beth David B'nai Israel Beth Am Synagogue in Toronto, calling it "delicate porn" and "extremely unfortunate utilization of mutual supports," as per the daily paper.
"Canadians might be set up to brawl if there was a comparative promoting fight for Montreal or Toronto," said Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz of Montreal's Congregation Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem.