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  • in reply to: Gog Umagog #1945537
    avreichamshlomo
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    Health, yes everything is spiritual, which is not what I said. I said Gog and Magog is mainly spiritual. Which means it is mainly spiritual. Which means it is a major waste of time trying to figure out which “countries” are involved when that is hardly the picture at all.

    Especially if you are only looking At the physical and ignoring all the details that chazal have said about it, which would actually help you come to the correct conclusions about gog and magog, as opposed to try to figure out what country it is.

    You can go inside the building and the lobby and see all the rooms and the penthouse, and all you want to do is to look at the revolving door on the outside of the building, as you “speculate” as to what gog and magog could be, based off no valid information whatsoever.

    in reply to: surfing online #1945232
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    Is he here?

    in reply to: Gog Umagog #1945233
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    To try ro figure something out by only talking about the physical, is tipshus. Its all speculation.

    Not one post of any actual details of anything having to actually do with gog and magog, really shows ignorance. Jumping to say Iran, shows even more ignorance.

    Its spiritual, mainly.

    in reply to: Olam Haboh #1924427
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    mussar zoger.

    People come back in a gilgul until they are done with all of נר”ן. At least that is what the Arial seems to say.
    And most people don’t even get the nefesh.

    in reply to: Tzitzis on Shabbos #1898023
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    What is the gezeirah to not buy and sell? Atu you might come to do ksiva.

    What is the gezeirah to not untangle entangled tzitzis? Its mitaken mana,

    If anything, it would be worse than a dirabanan. How do you think its unequatable, fakert, its worse if anything.

    Rather than call me foolish, why not explain how they are not equatabale.

    in reply to: Tzitzis on Shabbos #1897686
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    An issur derabanan is an issur derbanan. Both are shabbos issurei deraban, higher than a level of muktza. Why are they not equatable?

    in reply to: Tzitzis on Shabbos #1897671
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    I’m talking about people running their finger through their tzitis, which is what they do. Im not talking about spinning them in the air or shaking them.
    I’m talking about baal habatim and Rabanim literally running their hands through the strings repeatedly. Like 500 times during davening.

    I just saw someone doing this last shabbos, in a kimat frenzy, like he was peeling potatoes or something.

    If its an issue, I, and klal Yisrael would like to know.

    in reply to: Tzitzis on Shabbos #1897663
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    Yea, I make sure not to run my fingers through the tzitzis now. But I’m asking in general, for Ashkenazim, are they allowed to constantly run their fingers through their tzitzis?

    By the way, it is equated to doing business on shabbos, because they are both derabanan. Its not a stretch, its on the same level.

    I don’t think any of the above posts really addressed what Ashkenazi poskim have to say about this.

    The discussion comes up with the chazon ish, about whether you can untangle them on shabbos or not, because he discusses if you can make a bracha on tangled tzitzis, and this is under the assumption that you cannot untangle them. He didn’t seem to say that he was talking about the first time you ever put them on.

    in reply to: Moshiach is coming this year! #1847849
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    the precept to believe in mashaich coming has nothing to do with thinking that he is coming today. that would be ridiculous. Imagine if that was the case, that we needed to believe that he was coming today, everyday.

    That would mean that for the past 5780 years, everybody had a false belief, daily, in order to be a maimin?

    no, that is not the derech, that is not the ikar of the Rambam. The ikkar of the rambam is to AWAIT him every day, and even though he did not yet come, to hope for him every day.

    whatever you learned in elementary school, unlearn it.
    Whatever you learned in a superficial, mochin dikatnusdika way, relearn in a mochin digadlusdiska way.

    in reply to: Moshiach is coming this year! #1847596
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    I wrote a lengthy response. It didn’t go through.

    Answer is -400 years not 430. We were only supposed to be there max 400 years, there are reasons given as to why the torah records it as 430, but we weren’t ever supposed to be there for 430.
    It’s really 400 minus 210, leaving קץ -190 years.

    Yagata umatzasa taamin. Since you just more or less forwarded the same thing that everyone else is sending around, there is no yagata.

    in reply to: Moshiach is coming this year! #1847535
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    It all sounds very nice, but we were only supposed to be there for 400 years, so nice try, but no cigar.

    The 430 years is the amount of time that the torah records us as being there, which is explained away by the meforshim that we were not actually enslaved for 430 years.

    This has been circulating around the internet. And so many people have shared it. why can they just share something accurate, they are already putting the effort in….

    Another interesting thought though-we know moshe was ערל שפתים.
    שפת ים.
    Klal yisrael saw the mitzriim dead on the שפת הים. Then the geula.
    We are currently in the year of תשפ.

    in reply to: Coronavirus: Why would Hashem…? #1845996
    avreichamshlomo
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    Look, this started getting bad in our parts of the world by parshas ki sisa. The parsha starts by saying that we should take a machatzis hashekel in order to not have a mageifa in klal yisrael.

    In reality, the machatzis hashekel was a response to the cheit haegel. It was only brought down first in the Torah, before the parsha of the cheit haegel, because Hashem is Borei the Refuah before the Makah.

    A rich person would not give more, a poor person would not give less. Everyone becomes equal with the machatzis hashekel. Everyone has an equal share in the Karban Tamid, and everyone was Misached in the karban tamid, through the use of their money.

    The sefarim hakedoshim, such as the baal shem tov, mention that money needs to be used in the proper way, and by misusing the money for thefor cheit haeigel, the were pogem in their money. They needed to do Teshuva for their misuse of money, by giving it towards the machatzis hashekel.

    2 parshiyos later, we have the parsha of the ketores. The ketores had chelbinah in it, a bad smelling spice, referencing the reshaim, the message being that everyone is included in the ketores, even the reshaim.

    The concept, I believe is Achdus.

    Andrew Cuomo said recently that this virus is the great equalizer. I agree. I feel like everyone is now on the same level. No pesach hotels, no fancy trips. No showing off your money to neighbors.

    Everyone has to sit at home. Some are even forced into bed, and cannot move. I believe Hashem may want us to get in touch with ourselves, as well as having achdus with gantze klal yisrael.

    avreichamshlomo
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    aviaviavi, amazing post, very nice!

    in reply to: Haaros on the virus #1845977
    avreichamshlomo
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    you are right, it is the chevlei mashiach that is the vaccine. the title should be changed.

    in reply to: Haaros on the virus #1845853
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    אור פניך is gematria קורונה
    If I may add, it is interesting that the Torah says that Moshe Rabeinu did not realize that he got קרן עור from talking to Hashem, much like people get קורונה lihavdil.

    We have to understand that the very fact that we are able to see these things in a way that we have never seen before, seeing clearly in the torah, descriptions of what is occurring outside, is itself a sign of geulah.

    in reply to: Haaros on the virus #1845763
    avreichamshlomo
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    Other sefarim have mentioned that the geula is terms that sound like vaccine like concepts.
    For example, one pshat why we have a brach for geula in shemoneh esrei, way before the brachos of rebuilding yerushalayim and mashiach coming, is because we each need a personal geulah to have a shaychus to the full geulah.

    in reply to: Haaros on the virus #1845676
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    The Geulah is like a Vaccine
    Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler Ztz’l writes that the Geulah/Chevlei Mashiach is like a vaccine.

    what is in parantheses is my own addition. A translation is as follows :

    “It is known that there is a refuah, that is given to a healthy person, to vaccinate them. This is when inject a small part of a specific machlah into a a person’s blood, to get the good blood fighting against sick parts of the blood (if need be.) So too in Ruchniyus, sometimes we need to have a little bit of something really Gashmiyus put into us, even when we are being ruled by our Yetzer Tov, in order that we should be able to have it ready for us to fight when we need to. (Could this be referring to the internet?)

    This is why Adam HaRishon was sent into the Gashmiyus, and this is why we have the nisyonos in the Ikva D’meshicha, because the hisorirus to overcome these nisyonos will bring us to the coming of the Mashiach.
    It is impossible to know something without knowing the other side of it. The only way for a person to appreciate and know Ruchniyus is to see and know how Gashmi they themselves are.

    This is why we have the Ikva D’meshicha and all the darkness that comes with it.

    Now that we know that we are no doubt in the Ikva D’Meshicha, we have to be very prepared to withstand all Nisyonos, and to come to an understanding and see the difference between what is out on the street, and what is a Ben Torah!”
    – Rav Dessler’s Michtav M’eliyahu page 307-308

    in reply to: Haaros on the virus #1845662
    avreichamshlomo
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    Ayin Rav Dessler in chelek 5 of michtav meliyahu, where he says the geulah is like a vaccine.

    in reply to: Why doesn’t coffee have it’s own ברכה? #1831767
    avreichamshlomo
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    It isnt fruit juice, it is just says, fruit sweat or essence

    in reply to: No more shopping bags! #1828353
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    To quote a rav I heard say recently “in the near future, a man will be walking down a street with a big garbage bag full of dead babies and cocaine, and will get arrested for the garbage bag”

    in reply to: Are there (intelligent) yidden on other plants? #1821787
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    If you didnt finish shas, I can’t understand why you would spending your time on these narishkeit speculations.

    in reply to: Getting haircuts is bad for your health (T) #1738614
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    Baruch dayan haemes…..
    Nu? Yisgadal…

    in reply to: Is Arabic Holy? #1736919
    avreichamshlomo
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    Ubiquitin, why dont you stop talking in shul? And before you say anything, just like cant talk during davening, you cant talk in shul at all.

    in reply to: Is Arabic Holy? #1736468
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    This is how you waste your time? Having a pilpul discussion, not about a torah topic, but whether or not which one is closer to being holy, albeit none are holy?

    What a waste of life

    avreichamshlomo
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    There needs to be a comment section on the comment section.

    in reply to: Velvet = Frummer? #1733572
    avreichamshlomo
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    It originated from frum jews. The more velvety, the more frum you are.
    Its of utmost importance.
    Stop being anti ashkenazi! For what purpose?

    in reply to: Reb Nachman Shotek #1733038
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    Ive seen it brought down in sefarim that if someone does a taanis fibbur for 40 days, eliyahu hanavi will come to him. Maybe he wanted to live with constant gilui eliyahu hanavi. Im sure he learned torah out loud though.

    avreichamshlomo
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    Yes midwesterner that is obvious.

    in reply to: Shabbos Zemiros #1725800
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    One of the reasons behind zemiros, bidavka on shabbos, is to protect from milchemes gog umagog, like on of the 3 seudos on shabbos is a segulah to be protected from milchemes gog umagog.

    The zemira part is the shira to Hashem, kineged the cursing and apikorsus of gog and magog, and Shabbos is one of the 3 osos, that gog and magog come against, ayin the chassidishe sefarim.
    As torah learning is also called shira, Torah learning on Shabbos is also extremely important for this inyan.

    in reply to: Are you a Ka'eylah Jew? #1720104
    avreichamshlomo
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    Kaeyleh is gematria nu!
    No joke

    in reply to: In Chad Gadya – HKBH was “wrong” #1718705
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    Rebitzen- are you really calling klal yisrael the cause and Hashem the effect? Or just Hashem the effect?

    Do people read anything before they post it, or is it all just brain leaks at this point?

    in reply to: Adama Veshamayim – Avoda Zara #1712491
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    I would just like to point out that the chorus line is one of the permutations of the shem Hashem, hay yud hay vav.
    Ayin a nusach sefard siddur by mussaf on rosh chodesh, and you will see how it is one of the permutations.

    I would be wary of saying that line.

    avreichamshlomo
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    I also would not equate toeiva marriages with marijuana.
    One can be used to ease pain, at least it has good qualities. The other is only pain.

    avreichamshlomo
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    How about 7 years in prison for tzar baalei chayim…guy was just arrested for lettinf his father’s cattle die.
    For murdering innocent newborn babies, a pat on the back

    in reply to: The Lubavicher Rebbe “Shlit”a” #1705130
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    Dy- like I mentioned, it is good to not act in certain ways, no matter how appropriate they are, as it can lead a person to to being like that in other situations as well, where it isnt warranted.

    you said you came here to mock meshichist lubavitch. Fine.
    Then you used a gematria, for a joke.
    ה הַ אני תרולינג is gematria 770.

    How is that not doing exactly what you claim to be against? Misusing gematrios?

    You may want to mock avoda zara, that doesnt meant to misuse the Torah to do so.

    I think this is self evident

    in reply to: The Lubavicher Rebbe “Shlit”a” #1705063
    avreichamshlomo
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    Daas yochid- yes it is ok to mock avodah zara, but as we already know that even fighting against people who are actively pulling people away from yiddishkeit, has to be done ina good way. Having kpeida or acting with gaava, even in appropriate situations, is not good, because it will lead a person to have those middos in other areas of life.

    Correct?

    An another note, there are mefarshim that say that when the gemara says that in the times of Mashiach, the sofrim will br despised, it is referring to the chochma of gematrios.

    Gematrios is not just a cutesy thing.
    The sefer kol hator, from the talmid of the vilna gaon, says thst the gaon held that everyone should know all of the gematrios of their names, and see pesukim that show those gematrios, for chizzuk.

    Gematrios are brought down numerous times in gemara, medrash, and other places. Rav chiya bar abba had atbach- thst is befeirush in gemara sukkah. Almost all the chassidishe sefarim are full of gematrios, as well as kabalah sefarim.

    This post is for anyone who dont like gematrios, and just because daas yochid made the comment, does not mean he is against gematrios

    in reply to: The Lubavicher Rebbe “Shlit”a” #1705050
    avreichamshlomo
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    There are many rayos, clear clear rayos that yushka is mashiach. And i mean clear clear rayos.
    Im not gonna go through them now, because it is all apikorsus and a waste of time.

    Simple answer is, Hashem wrote the Torah in away that allows messed up people to read into it and mess up more, while more upright people will see the emes in the Torah.

    Everything is in the Torah. Everything. Hafach bah vihafach buh dikulo bah.
    So you will find a remez that the lubavitcher rebbe is mashiach, and that he is still alive, because everything is in the torah, and there are people who believe such things, so you will find it. You will also find references to mohammed, and to president trump, and george Washington…. its not important practically though, because everything, and I mean everything is in the Torah. Lies and truths. A person can twist the torah to find his lies.

    Keep looking around those areas that say the rebba is mashiach, let me know when you find the remazim to sheker dorton.

    Did anyone ever address this point- do “these proofs” say that the rebba is mashiach ben dovid? We do know that there is a concept of mashiach ben yosef, and that he might die.

    No way in heck that is the rebbe? He has to be a dead mashiach that comes back? I mean come on, you have an opening to say he really was mashiach, ok maybe, albeit the first mashiach who paves the way for mashiach ben dovid? But you dont take that approach, you go for an approach with no mikoros.

    Of all the times i have inquired from meshichists about their sources, the only answers I have heard are-
    A. Not gonna explain it to you
    B. I know a guy who really can explain it to you, a real smart guy who can shlug you up.

    Ok. Lets hear.

    in reply to: The Lubavicher Rebbe “Shlit”a” #1705003
    avreichamshlomo
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    Rav aharon Feldman shlita.

    in reply to: Is “shushing” the “shusher” nekama? #1699590
    avreichamshlomo
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    And aveiros lehenos nitnu?
    Obviously not, and it does not need to be said by the chachamim.

    in reply to: Ad D’lo Yada for Teenage Boys #1696466
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    Everyone jumps to extremes. If i dont drink i must be a rasha.
    What sheer utter nonsense. What lunacy. What a clown show. Everything is kill me if dont do a certain mitzvah.
    What about this mitzhvah huh huh huh? What about that morzvah, huh huh huh? In your face in your face!
    Ooooooh i shtucht you out with my.knowledge, i one upped you!…..ooooh ooooh ooooh I got you now!

    Regarding this mitzvah of ad dlo yada, its all about your way of thinking. That has to change on purim. If you keep going through this same ridiculous conversation year after after year after year avter year after year after year after year.
    And then it turns into fighting and arguements, not rischa dioraisa.
    And, for example, someone like joseph, starts flapping his mouth and is michazek machlokes. Sick, ridiculous, absolutely missing the point of achdus by purim.
    כאיש אחד בלב אחד. קיימו וקבלו.

    You are doing the wrong kind of ad dlo yada. Getting yourself to a point of no achdus.

    Just stop it already. Everyone agrees alcohol can be dangerous, and just like you would tell your kid to go to sleep if he was up learning too late, you need to know your limitations. and someone can start chiming in, talmud torah kineged kulam, so we are reshaim for stopping a kid from learning, is an idiot. An אי דעת.
    Know thyself comes before your capability to know Hashem

    We need to drink, with out endangering ourselves. Everyone agres with that.

    This should be the end of the discussion.

    in reply to: Halachically okay to be liberal? #1696353
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    ליב רעל. Liberalm Poison heart.
    Kamala harris- קמ על ה הרס. Getting up against Hashem to destroy.
    Ilhan omar- the eitz hadaas is speaking
    Rashida tlaib-רשעי דעת לב

    in reply to: Ad D’lo Yada for Teenage Boys #1694933
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    You need to have daas in order to lose it on purim. If a person is not at that mature level, regardless of age, they are not accomplishing anything.

    in reply to: About Purim I do shudder #1692518
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    Refuah sheleimah to your fractured mind

    in reply to: Can golus end but the geulah still did not arrive? #1691849
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    Joseph, even am haratzim who hate satmar, can have kavod for the satmar rebbe, even if they disagree with him.
    1. Why can’t you have kavod for a Talmid Chacham, regardless?
    2. He does not seem like the kind of person who pushes tzionis. He pushes for keeping and following the Torah. Even my rebbe, who strongly dislikes YU, has a great kavod for Rav Shechter, who is a Talmid Chacham! We honor the Torah Shebo, not the person.

    in reply to: Can golus end but the geulah still did not arrive? #1691658
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    Meheiche teise yes or no daas yochid?

    in reply to: Wars every 28 years #1688826
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    Yes, there was. Just because you people are a little lazy and have no zitzfleish to look for yourself, you say no and make faces.

    You would deny anything, make leitzanus on anything.

    Truth is this is not such a serious thing, really more like an off the cuff observation, which I more than understand can be total nonsense.
    What in the world would the significance of 28 years be??? Nonetheless, it seems to be true, and like I said, was said off the cuff. Yet you still argue on it.
    The point is, no matter what stares you in the face you would make leitzanus on it, even purim torah.

    Merry purim clowns

    in reply to: Wars every 28 years #1688190
    avreichamshlomo
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    Try to figure it out. I just gave you the premise. You can always findsome kind of war if you do the math.
    From beginning of vietnam war in 1955, add 28 years you get grenada.
    ,hitler came to power/holocaust started 1933, plus 28 years you get nicaragua

    At the same time are lots of smaller level disputes/excursions.

    in reply to: being late to davening #1684600
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    Regarding kaddish, it is asur to even think in divrei torah during kaddish, let alone to say tehilim. Once kaddish starts, you stop what you are doing.
    What is halachically considered kaddish? My rebbeim have told me that it ends after daamiran bialma viemru amen. After that, the tiskabel tzloshon, is an extra part of kaddish, and at that point you can continue your davening.

    As far as I know, if you gauge that without saying ashrei, you can catch up to the tzibbur, and either finish shemoneh esrei before kedusha, or start with the chazan and say it word for word with him until after kedusha.

    in reply to: Trump and the beis hamikdash 🎺🥙🍲 #1676868
    avreichamshlomo
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    We all know if you would get off your high horse mashiach would come immediately

    in reply to: Trump and the beis hamikdash 🎺🥙🍲 #1676749
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    Its nice to make a leitzanus when that is all there is to your being. Just a bunch of clowns.

    The point is not that donald trump is mashiach. The point is not that Donald trump is the beis hamikdash. He is neither.

    The point is that we see a hint in the world to the concept of Mashiach.

    Just like the name barack obama hinted at the torah. According to kabalah, רק refers to torah shebichsav. מה refers to torah shebal peh. Birak, through rak, ubamah, and throughh mah.

    It is an accepted maamer chazal that everything that happens in the world, revolves around the jewish people. And evrything is working towards or against the jewish people. And somehow you can pull out your oiled up shield of leitzanus, and make every single serious topic into purim Torah.

    Nice and slimy individuals, just like your shield mashuach bishemen.

    Of course there is a distinction between a president an anointed mashiach. Who said otherwise?

    There is a also a difference between a falafel and a human being. Except in your case.

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