Renamed in Lakewood: Ukrainian Dressing

A takeout in Lakewood changes name of Russian dressing to Ukrainian dressing in response to the war.

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13 COMMENTS

  1. To be truly Ukrainian, the dressing must contain speck (pig fat), moonshine, and heavy amount of sinas Yisroel.
    Perhaps rethinking of the name change is in order.
    Honestly, though, while considering the wrongs of the Russian invasion, do not for a moment forget what the Ukrainians have done to us over the last 500 years, from the Chmelnitzky’s (yimach shemo) massacres in 1648-49, through the Holocaust, AND afterwards! Did you know that there was a program in Kiev in 1946 Рthe only such occurrence during the entire Soviet history, and that hundreds of survivors were killed in western Ukraine, after coming back from the camps Рagain, the only place in the FSU that this happened in.

    Would you rename it as Hamas dressing, if Russia had attacked those animals?

  2. eventhough ukranians are reshoim, we still want Russia to retreat because they are disturbing Jewish life in Ukraine. and russia is a threat to the western world

  3. As Yidden, it is not our place to express solidarity with one of two warring nations. We daven for the safety of our fellow yidden, call to end the war, and send support for Jewish refugees and those in harm. Obviously we want world peace and support that, but this is not the Jewish way. Patriotism for the USA has been encouraged in some form by some Gedolim (R’ Avigdor Miller zatza’l among them), but even that is in moderation, not getting swept away with nationalistic groups.
    We are becoming like the Goyim, this is the equivalent of Seudas Achashveirosh.

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