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    i love coffe
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    PRESS RELEASE

    SEPTEMBER 23: WORLDWIDE JEWISH SIMULTANEOUS PRAYER FOR GUEULA

    “For the first time since in Jewish history, on Sunday September 23, 2012 (Tishrei 7, 5773), 3 days before Yom Kippur.

    At the same instant all over the world, the entire Jewish People is invited to be united through an intense Worldwide Prayer to demand peace in Israel and in the world, through the redemption announced in our tradition, with the coming of Mashiach. With blessings of rabbi from all over the world (Ashkenazim, Sephardim, Chassidim)and in Israel (Rabbis Kaniewsky, Karelitz.) .

    Let’s pray for a better world! This event is designed for each one of us, observant or not, children or adult :

    We will demand the end today’s suffering: threats of any kind, enemies, diseases, illness, economic hardship, war, anti-Semitism, violence, difficulties raising and protecting our children. and we will follow the advice of this great tsaddik (holy man), the Chafetz Chaim who said: If only thousands and millions of sincere Jews would show God how they truly desire Mashiach, he would surely come that moment.

    Time of prayer is based on Israel winter time 17:00, New York, Montreal, Miami: 11:00 . Los Angeles: 8:00 – Buenos Aires: 12:00 – Paris: 17:00 . Moscow: 19:00 – Hong Kong: 23:00 . Sydney (Australia): 1:00 on sept 24.

    What to do:

    Everyone is invited to give a coin to tsedaka (charity one Dollar or Euro) prior saying the prayer

    At the same moment sharp, will start the short prayer that can be said in any language:

    Master of the Universe,

    We, the children of Israel, ask you to send Mashiach to redeem us, now and with mercy, from exile and all suffering, to reveal your Name in the world and to bring peace. “

    Watch the Youtube video. Type in: Mashiach prayer September 23 Full video

    #897916

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    If you ask me this is a really bad idea. What happens after this event and nothing happens. Some people will say it wasnt time yet, but others will begin to have doubts.

    I remember a poster posting about the Siyum in 2005, their Rebbe told them what an amazing event it was going to be and to practice Yeha Shmay Rabba and all the Bochrim practiced it will all the kavana they could and for sure Moshiach would come. Of course he didnt and he began to have doubts and went OTD for a while.

    You have to be real careful with such an event.

    #897917

    midwesterner
    Participant

    Chabad propoganda.

    #897918

    musser zoger
    Participant

    We ask, beg, plea etc. We do not demand anything from the RS”O.

    #897919

    golfer
    Participant

    Musser zoger- git gezugt.

    You remind me of may parents, who always found it deeply offensive to read bumper stickers that said, “We want Mashiach now!” The combination of the language and the placement was so repulsive to them! There is an old form of Derech Eretz and courtesy to others, and certainly al achas kama v’kama astronomically multiplied to the RBS”O, that is becoming extinct in our generation.

    I would also like to agree with zahavasd. Be careful with the youngsters when planning something like this. As he already said, the results may C”V be harmful if not done properly.

    #897920

    I fully agree with golfer, and zahavasdad.

    These things are completely wrong, totally out of place. Very inappropriate.

    #897921

    Deborosen
    Member

    Dear brothers and sisters,

    We understand your concern that has been ours too, before creating this event. However,series of hashgacha pratit pushed us to go ahead with this uniting prayer.

    What about asking for Mashiach in the Kaddish everyday and nothing happen? DO you still wait for him? what about one out of the three mitsvos we’ll be asked if we fulfilled them in olam haba; did you pray for Moshiach? And what about the emuna in our sages and especially in the Chofetz Chaim? What about Chief Rabbi and rabbis who supported this event?

    The intense connection than we felt before and during the prayer (and after, we hope!) was the first purpose and the first immediate reward and, for sure, brought happiness to our Father in heaven. He was waiting for our invitation to come, not only from his frum children but from his other loved children too. This was our purpose and Boruch Hashem, we could make it. You have no idea how many thousands of our brothers and sisters, not observant, were so happy to share this moment. Nobody was really expecting an immediate answer as, when you send an invitation to a wedding, you don’t send it to your friend one minute before the ceremony but enough time before. The coming of Mashiach is now a reality they can anticipate for. They performed the mitsva: did you pray for Mashiach? Is this to little? And they did it with hapiness and unity which open all the gates. Of course, observant Jews joined too the prayer so we were all especially united at that moment.

    Keep in mind the inauguration of the Mishkan: Moshe and Aaron performed all the mitsvot that Hashem prescribed for the ceremony with the promise that He would send a fire as a sign of agreement. But, the fire did not descend until Moshe and Aaron realized that they did not pray Hashem to come… No invitation, no divine presence. If we wait for Mashiach and Hashem waits for us to demand… we have to do something.

    Unity and prayer are our most powerful tools. On this Sunday September 23, Hashem gave us the possibility to combine them.

    When you have to take a decision, you have to consider the advantages and inconveniences. In this case, the advantages weighted so much more!… The most common reaction has been: we want to do it again!!! However, it is no more possible because of the time of Mincha in Israel and this event could only be based on 5:00pm Israel time to have reasonable times worldwide.

    So, now we hope and wait for very good news as, bli ayin hara, we were about 2 millions Jews around the globe to be connected at the exact same minute with the same demand.

    Thank you for your attention.

    All Jews As One team

    #897922

    Deborosen
    Member

    Dear brothers and sisters,

    We understand your concern that has been ours too, before creating this event. However,series of hashgacha pratit pushed us to go ahead with this uniting prayer.

    What about asking for Mashiach in the Kaddish everyday and nothing happen? DO you still wait for him? what about one out of the three mitsvos we’ll be asked if we fulfilled them in olam haba; did you pray for Moshiach? And what about the emuna in our sages and especially in the Chofetz Chaim? What about Chief Rabbi and rabbis who supported this event?

    The intense connection than we felt before and during the prayer (and after, we hope!) was the first purpose and the first immediate reward and, for sure, brought happiness to our Father in heaven. He was waiting for our invitation to come, not only from his frum children but from his other loved children too. This was our purpose and Boruch Hashem, we could make it. You have no idea how many thousands of our brothers and sisters, not observant, were so happy to share this moment. Nobody was really expecting an immediate answer as, when you send an invitation to a wedding, you don’t send it to your friend one minute before the ceremony but enough time before. The coming of Mashiach is now a reality they can anticipate for. They performed the mitsva: did you pray for Mashiach? Is this to little? And they did it with hapiness and unity which open all the gates. Of course, observant Jews joined too the prayer so we were all especially united at that moment.

    Keep in mind the inauguration of the Mishkan: Moshe and Aaron performed all the mitsvot that Hashem prescribed for the ceremony with the promise that He would send a fire as a sign of agreement. But, the fire did not descend until Moshe and Aaron realized that they did not pray Hashem to come… No invitation, no divine presence. If we wait for Mashiach and Hashem waits for us to demand… we have to do something.

    Unity and prayer are our most powerful tools. On this Sunday September 23, Hashem gave us the possibility to combine them.

    When you have to take a decision, you have to consider the advantages and inconveniences. In this case, the advantages weighted so much more!… The most common reaction has been: we want to do it again!!! However, it is no more possible because of the time of Mincha in Israel and this event could only be based on 5:00pm Israel time to have reasonable times worldwide.

    So, now we hope and wait for very good news as, bli ayin hara, we were about 2 millions Jews around the globe to be connected at the exact same minute with the same demand.

    Thank you for your attention.

    All Jews As One team

    #897923

    gefen
    Participant

    Deborosen: We don’t DEMAND anything from Ha-Shem! We pray, plead, ask, but never demand.

    Apparently you were part of the group who organized this (at least that’s the impression I got from the first sentence.)

    I haven’t seen any proof anywhere of gedolim endorsing this. Yes, I’ve seen names written but anyone can write a name. Who exactly were the organizers? Why is it such a secret?

    (hmm! I asked the same questions about the Nasi project too)

    #897924

    daniela
    Member

    Two millions protestors according to the organizers, a few hundreds according to police.

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