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An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man shouts during a protest outside the Israeli parliament against a gay pride parade scheduled to be held in Jerusalem on Nov. 10.
Some Jewish, Muslim and Christian leaders in Jerusalem agree on one thing: They don't want gays and lesbians to march in Jerusalem on Nov. 10.
Israel's chief Rabbi has called the Gay Pride march "a threat to Israel."
A Jerusalem councilwoman said, "The homo-lesbian community is immoral and must be condemned."
And a Muslim leader recently said, "This is the 'Holy Land,' not the homo land."
Gay activists call the angry reaction a disgrace and an affront to religious and social tolerance.