As you may know, this week is Passover. As part of the rules jews are not only prohibited from eating bread (and any other grain product that have been fermented) but are also suppose to get rid of all of it and are not suppose to use stuff that was left in the house after the holiday. Back in the day, when this rule was invented, this wasn't much of a problem since people would buy or make bread daily but now there are things that are "hamets' but that you would want to hang on to, for example that really expensive bottle of single malt whiskey. To work around this problem jewish communities started to "sell" or "gift" their stuff to a gentile who would then "sell" it back to them after the holiday. One Jerusalem fundie community has apparently chose the wrong person to help them scam god, they all collected the thing they needed to "not own" for the week in a storage unit and their rabbi gave it as a gift to a local muslim. From the stories I read it's not 100% clear if the guy didn't understand the nature of the transaction or if he deliberately decided to screw them but just before the holiday started he showed up loaded everything from the storage unit into a truck and drove away. Now our fundie friends are stuck, he didn't break any laws since he "owned" everything he took and if they complain that's mean they have to admit, especially to themselves, that the whole thing is a sham and every time they used something after it was "sold" they were committing a sin, either way they're fcuked.
A side note
There are very few things I agree with orthodox rabbis on but this is one that I'm sure we can all agree on, why would any one use a candle when a flame thrower can do the same job.