Exile

Maamar Shalosh Shevuos Siman 19

Jul 09 2015

[In the past siman, the Rebbe brought proof from the words of Chazal that the oath against going up as a wall is not simply a prohibition on fighting the nations – and thus with their permission mass immigration would be allowed.

Maamar Shalosh Shevuos Siman 18

Jul 05 2015

[In this siman the Rebbe will continue to bring proof from the words of Chazal that the oath against going up as a wall is not simply a prohibition on fighting the nations – and thus with their permission mass immigration would be allowed.

Maamar Shalosh Shevuos Siman 13

May 07 2015

[Background: The Ramban stated that the redemption of Ezra's time was only meant for the Jews of Babylonia, but Jews in other countries were still forbidden to violate the oath and ascend.

What should I tell a Zionist friend who gets angry when I say the Jews are in exile?

Dec 26 2012

Hello, first off i would like to thank you for installing this part of your site anf for actually making the site and exposing the truth to the world...

Where in the Torah does it say Jews can't have a state?

Dec 26 2012

Dear sir,

Can you give me reference (in the torah and bible), where it says that the jews are in exile and are not allowed to have a state?

What verses in the Torah are about the Jewish exile?

Dec 26 2012

Asalam Alaykum. Shalom. I greatly respect true submitters of Allah, loyal Jews. I wanted to know if there are specific chapters or verses that highlight the Law given by Allah regarding the Jewish exile. inshaAllah you will be able to help.

How do you explain Joel's prophecy about dividing the land?

Dec 26 2012

Dear Rabbi,

In dealing with those who support Zionism(christian Zionists), how do you answer their use of Joel 3:2

"They have also divided up My land..."

I'm not sure what to say when confronted with this verse.

Mort

Didn't G-d give the land of Israel to the Jews?

Dec 26 2012

Dear Rabbi,

Doesn't the land of Israel belong to the Jews as was given in B'resheet and and Sh'mot. In Yechezk'el says that G-d will gather his people fron exile?? I'm confused.

Robert Dorell

Doesn't G-d's covenant with Abraham imply Zionism?

Dec 25 2012

How do you counter those Christian Evangelicals who claim that the covenants with Abraham and his seed are everlasting and include certain territories specified in the Holy Scriptures?

How does today's aliyah fit in with the prophecies in the Bible?

Dec 25 2012

Dear friends,

my parents are committed UK Christian Zionists working for "Christian Friends of ISrael", and talk to me a lot about Ezekiel, Isaiah and Zechariah prophecying the current return to the land, Eretz ISrael.

Do whatever the host says except leave (Pesachim 86b) teaches that we should long to be in Hashem's presence, not in golus.

Dec 04 2012

Thought this might be of interest to you:

The Talmud (Pesachim 86b) cites an interesting rule of etiquette governing guest-host relations: "Whatever the host instructs, you must do, exectp when he says: 'Get out of my house.'"

How do you understand Ezekiel (36:32) who says that exile is a chillul hashem?

Dec 04 2012

How would you define the concept in Ezekiel 36 of "Not for your sake,
Israel, do I bring you back to the land of Israel, but (only) because of
the desecration of My holy name that I took pity on (do I bring you back to
Israel)?"

Could it be that rabbis stopped fighting Zionism because their fears about it didn't materialize?

Nov 27 2012

The Vilna Gaon was the leading adversary of Chassidism. The Vilna Gaon was probably the greatest scholar of the past thousand years or more, no one argues about that. Many of his contemporaries who agreed with

Rabbi Elchonon Wasserman, Rosh Yeshiva of Baranovitch (1875-1940)

Oct 21 2012

In the 1930's Rabbi Elchonon Wasserman, one of the greatest European Jewish Torah scholars and head of the Yeshiva of Baranowitz, Poland, published a series of essays entitled "Ikvesa D'meshicha" on the problems facing Jewry at that time.

Rabbi Shmuel Borenstein, the Shem Mishmuel (1856-1926)

Oct 02 2012

The book of Shemos begins, “And these are the names of the children of Yisroel who came to Egypt, with Yaakov, each man with his household came.” The patriarch Yaakov had two names: Yaakov and Yisroel.

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