>jews actively work to try and wiggle out of their religious laws?
Sadly, they aren't alone in this. The Muz do this as well, as do Christians (I am one). It's human nature to try and rules-lawyer your way out of stuff you don't like. Remember all the times you tried to get one past your parents and what happened when they found out? You'll have a pretty good idea what God decides to put up with on any given day times 8 billion.
That said, the Red Sea Pedestrians have made an ART out of it. If you read both books of the Bible, you'll see that, from the beginning, they have done their utmost to anger and vex the Lord with their bullcrap.
>"He's been gone a couple of weeks, communing with the Lord."
>"Hmm. Well, I guess he's dead. Let's worship Moloch!"
>"WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU MEAT-HEADS DOING?!"
>"Oh, uh, hey, Moses."
>"Hope you idiots like tortillas from Heaven and wandering for 40 years."
>"King David, you are the greatest king of the Jews... so far."
>"Yeah, sure. Hey, look at that hot chick who's all nekkid on the roof. Man, she is SMOKIN'! Go fetch."
>"My king, that is the wife of one of your best soldiers. You have many wives. Why not just let this go?"
>"Well, she's pregnant. I guess the only solution is to have her husband killed in battle."
>"Hello, King David."
>"Hello, Prophet. What can I do you for?"
>"The Lord knows what you did."
>"Hey, the Messiah has finally appeared!"
>"Yes! Okay, everyone! This is not a drill! We're finally going to eat the Romans' lunch and then start taking back everything that is ours! The mighty warrior king of prophecy is here!"
>"Well, He's... He's not so much a mighty warrior as He's a slim man in a robe who is healing sinners of their diseases and injuries."
>"How much is He charging?"
>"He's... He's not."
>"He's not charging for the healing. And He's forgiving sins."
>"Also, He's talking about how we should all love each other."
>"And then He ran into a temple and started kicking all the money-changers in the gooch."
>"He's moving in on our turf?"
>"No, He's just throwing them all out of the temple."
>"Okay, well, obviously, He's not the Messiah. He's just some crazy guy."
>"But He's fulfilled all the signs of the prophecies of the Messiah!"
>"Yeah, well, we'll send Him to Pilate and let his goons rough this guy up. Messiah or not, I'm not giving up money and power to 'love people.'"
There's really no pleasing them. They've had thousands of years to fall in line and, every single time, they do what they want, instead, confident that God will always forgive "His Chosen." Some of that is basic human nature, as I said, but they go to it with a will that's baffling. I believe it's in the Book of Acts where the Apostles notice that the jews are still being jerks while the goyim are lining up in droves to follow The Word. (((They)))
are in for one heck of a shock, some day.