28.10.14

The Nations United in Their Antagonism Against the Jews

B"H - Israeli ambassador to UN Prosor must be immediately replaced with Jewish looking, Jewish thinking ambassador or better still, called back and not replaced by anyone.

- This is a censored talkback on UN to hold emergency meeting on Israel's settlement construction
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Hihihihi

B"H - Hihihihi, Arab stone throwing on Jews (attempted murder) is now portrayed as "the only way to express their opinion" by YNET's very own and silly Elior Levy

- This is talkback # 9 on Tensions in Silwan: Another death can lead to an intifada
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23.10.14

Another Fantastic Rabbi Mizrachi Shiur



B"H - There are few rabbis who have the courage to denounce stupid democracy.  You Can Share This Item

Harsh Criticism of the Israeli Right ex RE: USA infant killed in Jerusalem Terror Attack

B"H - You're ever so boring! Every time there is a tragedy like this. and I remember the killing of little Shalshevet in Hevron as if it was yesterday, you come out from the woodwork with your classes, with your protests and with your proclamations, always to accomplish the exact same result: Nothing! Why are you so keen and eager to dialogue with the government of Israel of all things when you know full well that it is not a Torah institution, that the Rav. brings down the Rambam's Hilichot Melachim 1:1 on p. 658 of his Or Harayon (in the English edition), sayng that: "Three mitzvot were commanded to Israel on their entering the Land: to appoint a king, as it says , "You must appoint a king" (Deut. 17:15), to annihilate Amalek's descendents.. and to build the Temple". Which of these things the State is engaged in to merit your idolatrous, perverted attention? If scripture demands a progression of deeds from us, as it does, how dare you even imagine you can continue to ignore the divine Instruction and replace it with a democratic elaboration and pretend to make it all the same? Demos means people and cratos power in Greek. Is Judaism about people's power or G-d's? I'm putting to you that you're playing a childish game (assuming that you are children and thus not responsible for your foolishness), by accepting to protest the government of Israel: The Jewish response is not an American style political activism, but a dedicated one! We say tehelim and cry out TO Hashem, not TO the Zionist replacement State idol! Let me remind you that right yesterday Netanyahu tranquilized Jordan, saying that there will be no Jewish prayer allowed on the Mount. Why are you insisting to talk to and to collaborate with such staunch enemies of Hashem? Are you out of your Jewish minds?
AbY

- This is a reply to the following message:

(From Bentzi Gopshtain):
"They don't understand that every Arab is a suspicious object!" The Rabbi was right! Tonite at 19:00 we will all come to the site of the attack to protest. Let's make it clear to the government of Israel that they are to blame for this murder! I (Bentzi) am giving a class at 18:00 at the Yeshiva. Please share this.

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12.10.14

We Must Have Our Torah Institutions! Now!

B"H - Let me reproduce here for the record part a fb thread:
  • Uri DeYoung Given that the State is not Torah-compliant, Ariel, what would you have us do until the Israelites as a whole experience an epiphany and return completely to the ways of Torah? What exactly are you calling for? What is your "Torah solution" for the current situation?
  • Ariel Ben Yochanan I'm advocating institutional discontinuity, a.k.a. revolution, as none of the present institutions we operate on the Land are Torah institutions. In particular I don't call for armed conflict, as I fully realize the established powers are very strong, but for a disengagement from the State as much as it is legally possible. This approach doesn't put anyone in danger. We can show Hashem we are with Him by not voting for kneset, for example. We voted for Him in Sinai, under the Mount for all generations. So I think the most effective tool in our hands is political abstention, apart of course leading Torah-compatible, mitzvot-observant individual lives, which by the way includes the incessant desire for our missing Torah institutions: A Jewish king to run the executive according to Torah, a Kohen Gadol to run the Temple on the Temple Mount of Jerusalem according to Torah, the Sanhedrin and Righteous courts in every village to administer justice according to Torah. These are our prescribed Torah institutions and my understanding is that as Jews we are not allowed to simply renounce them as we do unfortunately.
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Current Currency-Based World Economy is a Fraud



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11.10.14

Open Letter to the Zionists: Moadim L'Simcha!

B"H - There are many mitzvot associated with Sukot, but one of the main theme of this most Jewish of  festivals is the celebration of Hashem's protection of the Children of Israel. Moving in to our sukkahs for a week, is as if we were saying "We don't need walls G-d, we trust You with our security! Indeed, You are our protector".

So, why don't you guys who worship the State and its IDF jump out from your sukkahs? Don't you realize what is it all about? If you were intellectually honest, you'd build your sukkahs of bunker-grade concrete equipped with state of the art weaponry, trusting Hashem for your security! What liars you are!

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3.10.14

Yom Kippur, Repentance and Redemption

B"H - Yom Kippur is closely linked to tsuva, repentance In this week's shiur Rav. Richter mentions what I talk here about all the time, that is the aspect of a real repentance which must include not only the individual, private sphere, but also the national: We must not continue to ignore the Torah requirement of setting up certain institutions on the Land and run them the prescribed, Torah way, i.e. we must desire and cry out to Hashem for a Jewish king, to run the executive according to Torah, for the Sanhedrin, just courts, to administer justice according to Torah and for a Kohen Gadol to run the Temple on the Temple Mount in Yerushalayim according to Torah. Without this aspect, no repentance is complete. Relating this to Yom Kippur, it seems that even the passive acceptance of the secular State and its democracy are obstacles to redemption, let alone an active participation in it.

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