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    Ey=eretz yisroel which is a geographical region including parts of Lebanon, gaza,Egypt so pls stop referring tk the state of Israel as “eretz yisroel”

    in reply to: Eida Charedis Against Participating in Knesses Elections #1786393
    kj chusid
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    Another point all the issues are caused by participating with the zionists, look at the israeli arabs most dont vote and arent drafted but can get full benefits because the state looks at them as a enemy, if the state looked at frum jews as a enemy then you wouldnt have a draft problem, go to there memorials and claim your protecting the state with your learning and they have a truthful claim ״if you benefit from us serve in our army”

    in reply to: Eida Charedis Against Participating in Knesses Elections #1786392
    kj chusid
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    The reasoning is simple, in the past ALL frum gedolim including bobov viznitz satmar ger belz chabad etc and the litvishe gedolim including the chofetz chaim etc, after the medina was founded there was a split regarding how to deal with The issue, the satmar rebbe explained that its ossur to go with apkiorsim while the other gedolim reasoned that want to try and save what they can, however when so call “frum” magazines can put netanyau sr”y on there cover with no shame and claim that anti zionism is only a satmar shittah

    in reply to: Your 21 year old son may be ready for marriage #1781473
    kj chusid
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    I really never understood the logic of the frum litvishe who are makpid on shulchan aruch, but when it comes to
    Shidduchim they 1. Disregard the first part even hazer 2.disregard halachos such as yichud and general rules of tznius for the so called dating process.

    in reply to: R” Yoel Roths free chasunas #1742998
    kj chusid
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    @malach , that’s true however rabbi roth has made a point that chassidish couples getting married, usually at very young ages request $6000 shtreimelach $30000 halls etc and the parents who usually can’t afford it are left to struggle under the burden, (on a side note the chosson Kallah at this wedding were 16)

    in reply to: R” Yoel Roths free chasunas #1742795
    kj chusid
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    The wedding night was free, all wedding related expenses such as shtreimel bekishe womens tichel household supplies even shadchanus money and 1 months rent is inclulded in the $7000

    in reply to: “Eretz” Yisroel = Frummer? #1739995
    kj chusid
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    The terms state of Israel and land of Israel are not interchangeable. One can be within the land of Israel without being in the state of Israel ( in places such as gaza, south Lebanon and parts of Jordan and Egypt) and similarly one can be within the state of Israel without being in the land of Israel (Eilat, parts of the golan heights) besides for that the two terms have nothing to do with one another, the state of Israel is a secular country, while the land of Israel is a biblical region with extra kedusha and mitvos if living there

    in reply to: “Eretz” Yisroel = Frummer? #1739994
    kj chusid
    Participant

    The terms state of Israel and land of Israel are not interchangeable. One can be within the land of Israel without being in the state of Israel ( in places such as gaza, south Lebanon and parts of Jordan and Egypt) and similarly one can be within the state of Israel without being in the land of Israel (Eilat, parts of the golan heights) besides for that the two terms have nothing to do with one another, the state of Israel is a secular country, while the land of Israel is a biblical region with extra kedusha and mitvos if living there

    in reply to: The world is in a state of Geula- and don’t misunderstand us! #1548607
    kj chusid
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    “The moving of the embassy to Jerusalem- the start of the nations recognizing EY belongs to us.”

    Typical chabad 2 sided talk,

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1499207
    kj chusid
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    Call it what you want it’s still ossur, as for the rabbinical endorsements I imagine these are the same rabbonim from the Shabbos app who weren’t able to release there names

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1498930
    kj chusid
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    “”
    “In the Hasidic community there’s a huge divide between the genders,” explains Rachel “Ruchie” Freier in our exclusive trailer for “the movie.” “I’m being told that it’s not right for Jewish girls to become EMTs.” But the lawyer doesn’t listen to those who try to convince her that “when it comes to speed and strength, men are superior.” She and other women in her Brooklyn neighborhood are ready to dismantle the “boys’ club.”
    Directed by Paula Eiselt, the upcoming documentary sees

    the underdogs defying expectations and odds to create Ezras Nashim, the first all-female volunteer ambulance corps in New York City.
    This is a review of the film by a movie company r”l
    I took out the name of the movie in order not to be nichshal other yidden.

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1498927
    kj chusid
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    Your all missing the point, its completely assur for a jewish woman to act in a movie which will be viewed by men

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1498059
    kj chusid
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    Let’s leave hatzolah out of it for a moment, just for “chassidish” women to go make a movie for goiyishe audiences besides for the chillul Hashem it causes by mocking hatzolah and Jewish culture, a act completely against the Torah. It’s time to expose group for what it really is a bunch of feminists using the boro park community for there advantage, and boro park lets it happen

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1497975
    kj chusid
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    Now Ezras Nashim is coming out with a movie to complain about hatzolah and chassidic community in general, r”l. It’s time to put a stop to this, if these women want to break all boundaries of tznius, they shouldn’t be allowed to be a part of the Jewish community especially not the chassidish ones

    in reply to: @Chabad Shluchah Please Explain Why Davening To/Betten a Rebbe is Okay #1464123
    kj chusid
    Participant

    May I ask how the Lubavitcher rebbe was the nosi hador when the vast majority of frum Jews during his time we’re not affiliated with him?

    in reply to: Project Makom #1426273
    kj chusid
    Participant

    That’s not a bad idea considering both children have more or less the same hashkafic views

    in reply to: Project Makom #1426209
    kj chusid
    Participant

    The same way you would understand why chassidish mosdos will not teach about the reform, (or only in negative terms) the same way they won’t teach about modern orthodox. Also kids from chassidish groups can’t “pen-pal” bc most can’t write in English

    in reply to: Spiritual Significance of Jerusalem and embassy announcement #1423988
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Oh and amen to the brocheh

    in reply to: Spiritual Significance of Jerusalem and embassy announcement #1423987
    kj chusid
    Participant

    No idea who’s those ppl are, but let’s put it this way the major gedolim the Chazon ish, reb moshe Feinstein , Satmar Ruv, Chofetz Chaim, the Lubavitcher rebbes, the baba sal,reb ahron kotler, r shnuer kotler, the list goes on and on, all opposed Zionism.

    in reply to: Spiritual Significance of Jerusalem and embassy announcement #1423968
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Ah, so what the psak Halacha is from all the gedoilim is useless to you, because the Zionists had some success you decided that Avoidah zorah is muttar. May Hashem have mercy on your soul

    in reply to: Spiritual Significance of Jerusalem and embassy announcement #1423951
    kj chusid
    Participant

    (To the one who asked) I’m no fan of chabad, I just wanted to point the hypocrisy of today’s chabad regarding the medina

    in reply to: Spiritual Significance of Jerusalem and embassy announcement #1423330
    kj chusid
    Participant

    It’s pretty hypocritical of you to call it “amazing” considering the 5th, 6th and yes even 7th Lubavitcher rebbes were opposed to Zionism

    in reply to: Let's talk conspiracy theories #1417119
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Hmmm, let’s consider some theories,
    .1 9/11 was a hoax committed by the Mossad in order to create war in the Middle East
    .2 Roswell New Mexico Is definite proof of alien existence despite the US goverment trying to cover it up.
    .3 John F. Kennedy was assassinated because he wanted to open Area 51 to the public.

    in reply to: ACHDUS! Chabad And Judaism Are One! Let’s Bring Moshiach Together #1413447
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Dear @Achdus, does chabad have many things wrong, of course however let me tell u a story from Shlome carlbach, “there was a man who saw Shloime carlbach hugging a real poshei yisruel, the man asked him “how can you hug such a person” Shloime answered “if he’s enough of a Jew for the nazis to have hated him, he’s enough of a Jew for me to love him”

    in reply to: The Next Lakewood #1411324
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Hi,due to overcrowding in the Kj area many ppl have expanded into blooming grove, the zalis are building a new shul there. There are also a bunch of developments in places all around Monroe

    in reply to: Tznius Problem? #1365993
    kj chusid
    Participant

    so the state of Israel caused millions of Jews to drop any resemblance of Judaism, and you will dedicate a mitzvah (dressing tznius) to its protection???

    in reply to: The Casualties of Yiddish in Litvishe Chadorim #1362597
    kj chusid
    Participant

    “The rebbe is with them” last I checked the Lubavitcher rebbe ZT”l was niftar 24 years ago..,,,

    in reply to: The Casualties of Yiddish in Litvishe Chadorim #1361440
    kj chusid
    Participant

    The avnei nezer paskens that in a town in Germany they had a custom of Avoidah zorah (let’s say throwing rice for example). he paskens that even though this minhag was continued not for Avoidah zorah and the townspeople didn’t even know the source of this minhag it’s still ossur, because something which originated as Avoidah zorah is still considered as such for all time, the same thing with “ivrit” even though today it may just be used as a launguage, because it’s root is a tool of assimilation by the tzionim ימ״ש it should be avoided as much as possible and certainly not be taught in the US

    in reply to: The Casualties of Yiddish in Litvishe Chadorim #1360121
    kj chusid
    Participant

    When Bais Yaakov of Borough Park began teaching classes in Ivrit B’Ivrit (that is, translating the holy words of Chumash into Modern Hebrew), a group of parents complained, until the school staff agreed to present the question to Rabbi Aharon Kotler. The staff and a group of parents (among them the Debretziner Rav) came before Reb Aharon. The staff argued that they had no textbooks besides those produced in Eretz Yisroel, which were written in Ivrit. The parents argued that the purpose of teaching in Ivrit was to inculcate the students with the Zionist ideology. They demanded that the school teach in Yiddish, or at least arrange for separate Yiddish classes. As he listened, Reb Aharon’s face grew stormy. He stood up and said fervently, “There is no doubt that teaching in Ivrit is completely forbidden. It is an assimilation worse than all other assimilations in the world. For the goal of Zionism is to uproot the holy Torah from its source. Assimilation with gentiles is like a gentile idol, which can be nullified; but assimilation with Ivrit is a Jewish idol, which can never be nullified! (See Avodah Zarah 52a.) If you teach in English, that is the language of the country and we have no choice, because we need to know the language to earn a living and so on. This is like teaching one’s child a trade. But if we teach in Ivrit here in America, it serves no constructive purpose; it is only to bring the children closer to Zionism. Therefore it is definitely forbidden.”

    But the staff threatened that if Reb Aharon ruled this way, they would resign in protest and Bais Yaakov would have to close down. The Debretziner Rav commented, “Who ever heard of one of the parties in a Din Torah threatening the dayan?” In the end, Bais Yaakov arranged separate classes in Ivrit and Yiddish. (Botzina Kadisha v. 1 pp. 263-264; Shailos Utshuvos Be’er Moshe v. 4, 140:6)

    in reply to: Can someone please help me #1305876
    kj chusid
    Participant

    I agree, that’s y I suggested not
    To listen to my advice

    in reply to: Can someone please help me #1305855
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Get your views straight before getting married, because once you’re married you can’t change your children from chassidish to litvish to Modern and back, while your single you can still change around your life

    in reply to: Can someone please help me #1305856
    kj chusid
    Participant

    On a side note why ask advice from random lunatics on the Internet? Ask a Rav or Mentor

    in reply to: Dating Advice? #1301170
    kj chusid
    Participant

    The same God that made you and sustained you until now can surely find you a shidduch, daven everyday and do your hishtadlus, maybe with a shadchan who deals with special cases, Hatzlucheh

    in reply to: Who as here [Israel] first Jews or the Palestinians? #1298256
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Typical Zionist Cherry picking of the Torah, boasting how Hashem gave the land to the Jews. But conveniently forgetting that the same God also took out the Jews to exile,which is still in effect

    in reply to: Anti Zionist demonstration planned in Barclays Center #1298035
    kj chusid
    Participant

    While Neturei Karta is a Holy orginazation,Rabbi Shapiro belongs to “NATRUNA” aka satmar. 2 different orgs

    in reply to: How come all frum Jews today aren’t Chassidic? #1290932
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Sorry to break it to you, but Chabad of today has A. Nothing to do with any chassidus and B. Nothing to do with the original Chabad

    in reply to: Anti Zionist demonstration planned in Barclays Center #1288414
    kj chusid
    Participant

    I tried to clarify, but the post wasn’t let through

    in reply to: Anti Zionist demonstration planned in Barclays Center #1286261
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Actually this protest is scheduled to have Litvishers along with other many chassidish groups beside satmar, so u can’t just rant satmar this time

    in reply to: dating YOUNGER #1280857
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Starting at 20 is pretty late, up to 80 years ago everyone was married at 18 or younger

    in reply to: What does Zionism mean to you? #1265623
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Show me one gadol , chasidish or litvish, Ashkenazi or Sephard, that held that the creation of the state of “Israel” was Halachically acceptable

    in reply to: What does Zionism mean to you? #1265595
    kj chusid
    Participant

    One word,Kefira

    in reply to: Beards #1265024
    kj chusid
    Participant

    No,Peiyes come unmade and need to be curled

    in reply to: “Yom HaShoah”-A Zionist Fraud #1262473
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Also for those claiming this information shouldn’t be publicized because they don’t like what it says, North Korea and the Soviet Union had a similar policy,it’s time for Jews to realize what Zionism brings upon Yidden, whether they support the Medina or not

    in reply to: Don’t build more galuyot. #1262264
    kj chusid
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    Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, Rosh Yeshiva of Tiferes Yerushalayim (1895-1986)

    Regarding your question if there is a mitzvah nowadays to live in Eretz Yisroel, as the Ramban says, or if there is no mitzvah nowadays, as Rabbeinu Chaim says, quoted in Tosafos on Kesubos 110b: Some poskim hold it is a mitzvah. But it is obvious that this is not an obligatory mitzvah in our time, for if so, it would result in a prohibition to live in Chutz Laaretz because doing so would be violating a positive commandment, like wearing a four-cornered garment without tzitzis, which is forbidden because it transgresses the positive commandment of tzitzis. But we only find a prohibition regarding one who lives in Eretz Yisroel, who is forbidden to leave with the intention of dwelling permanently in Chutz Laaretz – see Rambam Hilchos Melachim 5:9. And this prohibition is certainly not a negative commandment. Had it applied to the Jews of Chutz Laaretz, the Rambam would have written, ‘It is forbidden to live in Chutz Laaretz unless there is a strong famine in Eretz Yisroel.’ So we see that it is a Rabbinic prohibition, only for those who dwell in Eretz Yisroel. But as far as the Biblical positive commandment, it is not obligatory, only that if one lives there he fulfills the mitzvah. And in my Chiddushim I have written at great length about the words of Rabbeinu Chaim in Tosafos in Kesubos. Now, since it is not an obligatory mitzvah, you must definitely take into consideration the concern of Rabbeinu Chaim in Tosafos as to whether you will be able to keep the special mitzvos of Eretz Yisroel.” (Igros Moshe, Even Hoezer 1:102)

    in reply to: “Yom HaShoah”-A Zionist Fraud #1262250
    kj chusid
    Participant

    The idea that being anti Zionist is a Satmar/Chassidic position is a lie, it’s the position all gedolim held,As Rabbi Shneur Kotler said, “People call the Satmar Rav’s ideas a shitah, but it is not. He proves in Vayoel Moshe that this is what Shas and poskim, Rishonim and Acharonim all held. What he holds is what all gedolei Yisroel once held. On the contrary, our Agudah shitah is a new shitah: that in today’s environment, we have to do an aveirah lishmah and salvage whatever we can, choose the lesser of two evils and so on. But the Satmar Rav’s shitah is the shitah of Shas and poskim, the age-old Jewish way.(Rosh Yeshiva BMG)

    in reply to: Don’t build more galuyot. #1261674
    kj chusid
    Participant

    The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn, wrote a fiery pamphlet opposing settlement in Eretz Yisroel. He refers to the following Midrash on Shir Hashirim 2:8, which gives a reason for the scattering of the Jewish people: G-d has decreed that they must be in exile in all 70 nations of the world. If they all stick together, it will take a very long time for them to go to all 70 nations. By spreading apart, Jews fulfill the decree of exile much more quickly:

    “The voice of my beloved, behold it has come” (Shir Hashirim 2:8) – this refers to the king moshiach. When moshiach comes and says to the Jewish people, “In this month you will be redeemed,” they will say to him, “Our teacher, king moshiach, how can we be redeemed? Didn’t the Holy One, blessed is He, say that He is exiling us under the seventy nations?” And he will give them two answers: “One of you goes into exile in Barbary and another of you goes into exile in Sumatra (in the Pesikta Rabasi the text reads: Britain), and it will be considered as if you all went to these places.” The second answer is, “The government appoints local governors from various nations. If one Cuthean, for instance, becomes a ruler over the Jews, although the central government may not be Cuthean, it is considered as if the Jewish people were in exile under the Cuthean people. If one travels around the world and looks at Jewish communities, he will see that, thank G-d, the Jewish people is alive and well. Although our enemies (who intend to be enemies but are actually benefactors) persecute us, still every city has a cheder, a yeshiva and charity organizations. When a religious Jew comes to a new place and gets settled, he will, with the encouragement of gedolim, help build one of these institutions. As the Midrash says (on Shir Hashirim 2:8), when one Jew lives in Barbary and another lives in Britain, it is considered as if the whole Jewish people went to these places and this fulfills the decree of exile to the seventy nations. We must believe with complete faith that when moshiach comes, he and Hashem will be more pleased with the cheder, the shul and the charity institution founded by the Jews in exile, in Barbary and Britain, than with the factory and workshop founded, G-d forbid, in Jerusalem the holy city. (Tikun Olam, Siman 41)

    in reply to: Chazara #1256926
    kj chusid
    Participant

    Take a Gemara with translation,it’s available in all launguages

    in reply to: jewish communities game #1256139
    kj chusid
    Participant

    New York, Kiryas Joel.

    New York, Bloomingburg

    New Jersey,Jersey City

    in reply to: Turns out we’re all terrorists #1254733
    kj chusid
    Participant

    He’s right, Hezbollah uses terrorism to fight the theft of Arab lands, Occupation etc but Zionism, in all its forms, represents heresy at the worst level

    in reply to: Government Programs for Low Income Families #1254721
    kj chusid
    Participant

    for an average heimishe family it doesn’t pay to work at a level which disqualifies you for the benefits. It’s sad but that’s how America works

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