are Christmas trees allowed to be publicly displayed in Jewish parts of Israel where the majority is orthodox Jewish?
- EddieJLv 72 years agoFavorite Answer
I'm not sure what you mean by "publicly displayed". If a private house has one inside but it can be seen through the window, does that fit?
There has been opposition to Christmas trees in hotel lobbies and other such places, but it's not illegal.
The opposition says that they are against it because such trees are pagan in nature, so, they are not protesting Christianity by opposing the trees.
In general, whenever there is an opportunity to protest, there will be SOME people who protest. That applies to many things in all places.
- 2 years ago
last christmas i believe several large hotels had to remove christmas trees after getting death threats. so id say NO.
- benLv 62 years ago
Some of the orthodox might throw rocks at you or something, but it’s not illegal.