Usually, the donation of a Torah to a religious facility is a mitzvah. Or as the Torah explains -- an act of human kindness. In this case, however, I look at it as an abomination, or an averah -- a moral transgression.
What I'm addressing is the donation of a Torah to the Motion Picture Home by Steven Spielberg. On the face of it, as Spielberg recognizes a Holocaust survivor in his presentation, it's beautiful. However, reading between the lines makes this anything but a genuine offer of the love and education that a Torah represents.
If you're not Jewish, hang in there and finish reading this. If you are Jewish, this will drive you meshugah. Even if you're not Jewish, this will make your blood boil.
The MPTF is not a religious facility. Its beauty is the nondenominational and bicultural environment that it fosters. Try getting a nativity scene...