While still married to his wife, Ortega shacked up with an atheist, Arielle Silverstein, an attorney at the United Nations in New York. From the relative anonymity of the Internet, she has taken on a side job – posting offensive anti-religious comments and jokes about a whole host of religions.
Silverstein guards her identify by posting on various web sites under the name “Bozuri.” Her online offerings from the self-described “Jewish Atheist” have ranged from posting anti-Semitic cartoons featuring Jews with long noses to making fun of the prophet Mohammed with cartoons of the same variety that in the past have inflamed the Muslim world and led to violence and murder.
Silverstein and her online pals, however, apparently find humor in this religion bashing that targets Christianity and Jesus as well as the aforementioned faiths. To make matters worse, Silverstein creates these postings on the UN’s dime – using her work computer to spew her tirades which, of course, also forward her boyfriend’s anti-Scientology attacks.
The UN, meanwhile, would no doubt be unhappy at Silverstein’s extra-curricular conduct since the organization’s official policy states “while staff members’ personal views and convictions, including their religious convictions, remain inviolable, staff members shall ensure that those views and convictions do not adversely affect their official duties of the interests of the United Nations.”
It’s really not that big of a surprise that Ortega, who has repeatedly shown that he has no respect for religion, would get involved with this kind of women. Perhaps it’s their common bond – what drew them together in the first place