Dear Member of Knesset,
I would just like to emphasize how important it is to speak about a state who's laws are consistent with Torah in Israel.
The secular court libeled the hilltop youth, they imprisoned them without bringing charges, cell phone companies are being allowed to charge exorbitant interest and penalties, which hurts the vulnerable, such as widows and orphans who cannot fend for themselves. The religious court that is true to Torah and Mitzvoth would not do these things and also would not allow the IDF to compromise charedi requirements in the army and would not differentiate between someone living in Yehuda and Shomron and someone living in the rest of Eretz Yisrael. The religious court that is consistent with Torah and Mitzvoth would replace the secular court, which is being rejected by many people now living in Eretz Yisrael. On the topic of compromising on the territories: When you say that we should annex Maale Adumim, are you saying in effect that we would be willing to give up the other settlements?
That There would be an exchange of territories? chas veShalom?
This would be tantamount to giving up our dream of Eretz Yisrael Hashleyma.
We want to bring the geula.
This is our messianic dream and we should not be ashamed of it.
It is a dream, which is to better the whole world. Instead, we should focus on establishing a prototype state (a trial state) in Yehuda and Shomron, which would be based on Torah and if it is successful it would merge and form one one state based on Torah with the rest of Eretz Yisrael. This would be a fulfillment of the prophecy of Yechezkel perek 37, pasuk 15. With best wishes for the geula,Shmuel Koenig
Listen from 20. - "Af Shaal" - We dont give even one inch!
At around 31 The Rebbe gets into the Marienbad conference and the hiding of the psak from 1937 and how one should get the relatives and spiritual inheritors together for a reaffirmation of the psak.
At 36 the Rebbe gets into how its a clear halacha established by the Rabbinical Conference of 1937.
Over 700 Rabbonim and delegates attended as reported by JTA News.
Leading the conference were Rav Chaim Ozer Grodzinsky who gave the Rebbe Smicha, Rav Eliezer Silver, Sanz-Klausenberg Rebbe, Rav Elchonan Wasserman and Rav of Warsaw Menachem Ziemba. Representing Lubavitch was Reb Mordechai Dubin, head of the Latvian Parliment.
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