27 December 2015

Baruch Shem Kavod Malkuso L'Olam Vayed

 Loving of Eretz Yisrael ... but the Government not. I think you have expressed what many Israelis are thinking and feeling.

Rabbi Richter's video, Torture in The Holy Land Nothing New, gives us a comparison between what is going on now and how it is the same political hatred that was perpetrated in 44-1948. Now I truly understand why the Satmar Rebbe was so against the early xionists, NOT ERETZ YISRAEL. The number of xionists included in this rape of society and the misleading of Jews for so many years is astounding. Their paranoia of anything religious is worse than the Nazis' Y'MS ideology. They wanted to kill bodies, but the Zionists are determined to destroy the spiritual. But soon it will be all over. No one can keep G–D from bringing the redemption. They cannot fight HaShem much longer. Already they are exhibiting panic and distorted fear. They will lunge out with their "laws" to try and control the truth from being realized.

SultanKnish in his Duma and the Return of the King is a factual condemnation in all aspects of the state's hypocrisy and evil. I hope more Israelis awake from their idol worship of the State. I agree with all those who have spoken and written in defense of the detainees. And Yes, the Vilna Gaon said we must fight them with all our strength because they are worse than all our enemies; they only want to kill our bodies, but the xionism wants to rob our souls.

Other outspoken moral voices:


The Voice of the NWO Echoes across the Land of Israel

In All Honesty…

VIDEO: Torture in the Holy Land…Nothing New

The 47 Rabbis who failed to condemn Shaba"k torture

Healing Miraculous Waters:

In chapter 47 of the book of Yechezkel (Ezekiel) a miracle is described that will take place in the future via the Holy Temple. A small stream of water will flow out from the Holy Temple, which will become larger once it leaves the Temple. Many trees will be by the edge of both sides of this stream. In verse 8-12 we learn, 

"These waters issue out towards the eastern region, and go down into the Arava (plain); and they will enter the sea, to the sea of exiting waters and the waters shall be healed.  And it shall come to pass, that every living thing, with which it swarms, wherever the streams shall come, shall live: and there shall be a very great multitude of fish, because these waters shall come thither: so that everything shall be healed, and shall live where that stream comes. 

And it shall come to pass, that the fishers shall stand upon it from En-gedi as far as En-eglayim; there shall be a place for the spreading of nets; their fish shall be of various kinds, like the fish of the great sea, exceeding many. But its miry places and its marshes shall not be healed; they shall be given for salt. And by the stream upon its bank, on this side and on that side, shall grow all trees for food, whose leaf shall not wither, neither shall its fruit fail: it shall bring forth new fruit every month, because the waters issue out of the Temple: and its fruit shall be for food, and its leaf for medicine".

Change Comes From Letting Go

Complaint filed over ISA torture
allegations in Duma case


Rabbi Stavsky speaks out:
"It is known that all the acts they seek to attribute to Jews were committed by Arabs," Rabbi Daniel Stavsky declares in the footage obtained by Ynet on Friday. "And the agent provocateurs in the Shin Bet's anti-Jewish department did it to frame them." ""In the dark basements of the Shin Bet's department, severe, cruel torture is inflicted against innocents, as well as sexual harassment and cruel crimes against humanity," the rabbi asserts"

"Rabbi Stavsky announces in the video that when it is ultimately discovered that Arabs were involved, the Shin Bet's Jewish errorism department will surely be disappointed." "A military-dictatorial regime that is against the Jewish residents has for years been ruling Israeli territory liberated from the Arab occupier in Judea and Samaria," Rabbi Stavsky says"


HaKol Yehudi: The heart of the conflict or the heart of world peace? Is the Temple Mount really a powder keg at the center of the conflict? The discussion on the topic misses the point. The Mount and the Temple are the goal, not a step along the way.[...] The Temple Mount is not just part of the land of Israel, rather it is the heart of the land (in general we should refer to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount as the ‘center’ of the country, rather than Tel Aviv). Not for nothing was the Temple Mount bought by King David on behalf of all of Israel. There is a deep reference to this in the words of the Rabbis, “A metaphor to a king who placed his son in charge of all his property. The son said to his father, ‘If you don’t give me your throne how will everyone know you love me?’ Likewise G-d gave the whole world to Avraham. Then Avraham said if you don’t give me the Temple Mount, it’s as if you gave me nothing. So G-d gave him what he asked for” (Shemot Rabbah 15,8). We see from this that the gift of the land to the Jewish people can be likened to the mundane process of dividing land among servants and we are among them. However, the giving of the place of the Temple, ‘G-d’s Throne,’ reveals a deeper connection between a father and son. Further this elevates the giving of the land as a whole to an incredible show of love.

Despite the different opinions about going up to the Temple Mount, there is no doubt that every Jew believes that this place is ours. If the Prime Minister goes before the nations of the world and gives up the Temple Mount, we’ll tell him simply, ‘Who gave you the right?!’ Furthermore, millions of people from each and every nation are part of the recognition that the Temple Mount belongs to the Jewish people.

Point of View by Rabbi Moshe Grylak in Mishpacha Jewish Family Magazine. An excellent article, entitled In the Name of Jewish Pluralism, December 23 issue. "Yaakov Avinu taught one truth, but showed us in his blessings to his sons that thee are 12 different ways to live it. No doubt this comes as a surprise to the chassidim of pluralism in our times, who love to slam Torah-observant Jewry, but pluralism is a Jewish invention too. The Pluralisher chassidim might not like it, but its a fact. It was invented by the Hebrews in ancient Egypt, before Israel even solidified as a people. It happened at the very end of Yaakov Avinu's life as he lay on his deathbed. [...]"  You will be able to link to this article after this week's issue is printed. I highly recommend reading it.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Re your last paragraph about pluralism. People might get the wrong idea of what you are trying to bring out. We might all have different customs and ways, but they must all adhere to Torah and Halacha. Pluralism today is not between chasidim, mitnagdim, religious zionists, etc., etc. It is meant to mean reform judaism, conservative judaism, reconstructionist judaism or the new plague, open orthodoxy judaism - all of them, of course, have no connection to Torah or Halacha. We must careful with the words we use. Many Jews are uninformed about Judaism, in general.

Neshama said...

Yes I understand what you are concerned about. The article weaves right past that. I want to post his column once the next issue comes out, so I don't have to type it online myself.