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The Rabanut Hecsher in Israel, as it stands now, is reliably kosher. Would most frum people go by those standards? No, and they shouldn’t. However it is still kosher, and that is what a large portion of the 70% of Israeli Jews that keep kosher rely on. Until these reforms, the only way you can call yourself kosher is to have the Rabanut. Otherwise, you can’t use the word-legally. If the measures take place, then kashrus becomes an open field, and as clearly stipulated in the measures, stores that are open on shabbos can be considered kosher. For example take tzohar- look it up. So the fight is not about the 15 percent of Israel that only eats the very good hechsherim, it is about the Jews that rely on the simple labeling of kosher. That is why it is so important, because the people going into these restaurants aren’t checking the hechsher, and if it says kosher but they’re open on shabbos, and have other unexplainable heteirim, then they are effectively eating not kosher. And this is a result of this bill.
Instead of sitting there bashing from your own seichel, why don’t you look inside the Rebbes Sichos for a more clear understanding? It’s easy to say that certain things are kfira, especially when you don’t learn them inside…
I’ve never heard that before, I know definitely that a tremendous amount of hashgocha for the ou is done by shluchim.
That last comment you made is a pretty strong one. Just to make this clear your accusing a massive group of Jews that they’re kofrim khalacha
The Rebbe addresses all these complaints, more than once, see farbrengen of 12 Tammuz 5744 (1984).
First of all, not sure how often you learn rambam, but he doesn’t contradict himself often, and even in those few situations where it seems like there is a contradiction, a quick glance in the meforshim will clearly show how it’s not. To state that he often contradicts himself seems like a chisaron on him. How can something like that even be thought about a person that knew kol hatorah kula, and even wrote it down in a simple language for everyone to understand, ktanim and gedolim, like he states in the introduction to the mishna Torah.
Mah kesher to learning for a parnossa. This is the same logic that leads to teaching kids English from when they’re 4 secular studies, filling their heads with chochmos ha’umos and sending them to college, all in the noble name of “parnossa”. Surely if God can support 8 billion people (a good amount who doesn’t have a college degree) than He can surely provide for you.
If you would be able to prepare better for davening and have kavana after zman teffillah, then you should daven after
Correction to the above answer- they do not fit the Rambam’s criteria of who Moshiach is.
The reason why nobody is debating whether Reb Aharon or The Satmer rov is Moshiach is because they weren’t Shaya he of it, frosty being that they did not affect all of world Jewry etc.
See the famous Yechidus of the Lubavitcher Rebbe and the Gerrer Rebbe for more. This topic is discussed there.February 28, 2019 8:19 am at 8:19 am in reply to: The world is in a state of Geula- and don’t misunderstand us! #1687399
Haha this is funny to watch I myself am in a lubavitch Mesivta in a big chassidish and litvish area and I meet with litvaks and and other chassidim and they always tell me how they love lubavitch, love the education system how it keeps bochurim involved on inyonei ruchni and everyone here is bashing us. Listen haters, lubavitch is taking over because people see the truth. We do litvaks and chassidim become lubavitch all the time but it’s never the opposite? People want truth and they don’t find it anywhere else.June 28, 2018 7:52 am at 7:52 am in reply to: The world is in a state of Geula- and don’t misunderstand us! #1548745
CS don’t worry a lot of these people just don’t understand and it’s very sad. It seems like they want to remain in Golus just so they can continue learning. They don’t even begin to understand what moshiach will bring, and while neither do we, already we have a sincere wanting for it.