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Sex with Enemies Okay According to Israeli Rabbi

No, it’s not a joke. Rabbi Ari Shvat has ruled that it is permissible for female agents of Israel’s spy service, Mossad, to use sex as a tool to fight terror.
So-called “Honey Pot Sex” in which terrorists or potential terrorists are seduced not only into bed, but into divulging information about their own guilt, that of their comrades or most importantly, about impending terror operations is permissible according to Jewish law.
For anyone who thinks that such a ruling is outrageous or offensive – that justifying sex as a strategic weapon is simply wrong, first ask yourself if you feel that way about shooting terrorists. If one thinks it would be justified to kill or maim them, would it not be better to neutralize the threat with sex instead of bullets? Why do we get prudish when it comes to sex, but not to violence?
My only question is why Rabbi Shvat only ruled on women? What about male agents using sex to seduce women terrorists? Is this sexist or are there no men who can get that job done for Israel?

  • thinkaboutit

    Well first of all, I think I could shoot just about anyone I interpret their immediate intention to be to cause me or mine harm, but I know I would not consider having sex with them or someone else to find out if they really intend to do harm…geez, this is not a situation where the benefit of the many over rule the benefit of the one, even if though someone would insinuate it is. I think this is a creepy ruling and even you think there is something wrong since it was not extended to males as well…

  • clasqm

    A sadly limited ruling, really. Not only is it limited to telling only female agents that they may uhh, lay for their country, but it also assumes that everyone is heterosexual. Are there no gay terrorists with vital information out there for those brave agents to go and seduce?

  • Hector

    thinkaboutit wrote: “but I know I would not consider having sex with them or someone else to find out if they really intend to do harm…”
    If you “thinkedaboutit” more, you’d see that we’re talking about a case where we DO know if someone intends to do us harm, but it’s just that we don’t know exactly HOW.
    “My only question is why Rabbi Shvat only ruled on women?”
    Could it be because the Bible gives a pass on married men marrying (i.e. fornicating with) other women, but no such pass for women? Thus, it wasn’t necessary?

  • romanscapegoat

    Have you ever wondered why jews have jew fro’s the same as Italians? Just like the christian slave owners of the backwards south had sex with its property, the married jewish women in the jesus days had sex with the romans for food. Its in the jewish soul to poked at any given moment. Male or female.

  • Hector

    Yeah, romanscapegoat, I’ve always wondered why Natalie Portman has a “jew fro.”

  • George Jardine

    It did not work out very well for Samson and Delilah in the Hebrew Torah sounds good for a James Bond movie. I don’t think Mossad would agree on those tactics in the field.

  • Gil


  • A confident man

    If that’s so, then I want to be terrorist and the mosad sending me a hot girl to get all the information from me!!!
    come on! Do you think this could possibly work, no woman can do it this easily, unless of course she is dealing with a very weak man.

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