19 January 2016

Contributing to the Redemption L’Maaseh

David Mark of Israel Rising has given us Jewish Israelis something we can do to help the Redemption along. The history of our Nation cannot be ignored. The Torah gives us the parameters with which to view the world and our future in our promised Land of Eretz Yisrael. Each step to the future needs a beginning.

Listen to David's very interesting interview of Rabbi Dov Avraham Ben Shor (audio) of the Sanhedrin, that covers much of the current topics misunderstood and  creating hysterical criticism in the headlines (including the courts, laws, government and security measures. Listen here:

We Must Take the Exile Out of Israel

He speaks of the future impact of the Sanhedrin and on exilic Judaism versus one that focuses on the Redemption. If one wants to help Take the Exile Out of Israel this is a good place to begin doing something practical (l'maasei).

 What is the Sanhedrin:

The Sanhedrin is the name given in the mishna to the council of seventy-one Jewish sages who constituted the supreme court and legislative body in Judea during the Roman period. It continued to function for more than four hundred years after the destruction of the Temple and there have been several orthodox attempts to re-establish it since that time. The current attempt to re-establish the Sanhedrin is generally referred to as the "nascent Sanhedrin", or the "developing Sanhedrin".

Volunteers are needed by the Friends of the Sanhedrin to help with –

The two Sanhedrin related websites, thesanhedrin.org and thesanhedrin.net require your help. We have many articles, research and position papers that need to be organized, translated, and uploaded to help make these websites the go-to location on the internet for all things related to the Sanhedrin and the future courts of the Jewish people. Without your help, most people will not be aware of the near weekly meetings being held, and the over 200 issues currently being discussed and debated within the various Sanhedrin related committees.

Currently, our websites are set up as restricted wikis. You can start to help immediately by creating a user account on both the English and Hebrew version of each websites, and getting it approved. Even before approval, you can edit your own personal talk page to start uploading or translating Sanhedrin related material.

For a detailed list of things that you can start helping with now, see the following:

List of projects that need volunteers

NOTE:  About our Redemption, Reb Dov Bar Leib's latest post, Is This the Dawning of the Age of the Water Bucket?, in his inimical way,  feeds us his perspective of hope.

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