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  • Does the Israeli Government ‘fight’ antisemitism? No.

    One of the Israeli governments’ said goals is to protect the Jewish people from antisemitism & fight any manifestation of it. The question is: “Does the Israeli government and its leaders mitigate the hate directed towards the Jewish people?” The answer is simple. No. It is correct that Israel hides under the banner of ‘saving…

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  • Torah Jews mission on Social Media Platforms:

    We have recently received an avalanche of messages questioning our organizations’ identity and mission on social media. So, to clarify dear reader: Our organization named “Natruna” which is also known as “Torah Jews” was established more than 20 years ago by a group of Satmar scholars under the guide of leading Rabbinical Authority in Satmar…

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  • Statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day

    In the Orthodox Jewish community, every single family was started by a heroic Holocaust survivor rising from the ashes. We bore witness to their strength, faith, and resilience. Yet, the Holocaust is not something they discussed or wanted to live by. It was only the message of Emunah (faith) that they wished to impart. Conversely,…

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  • Statement on ADL politicizing antisemitism:

    The CEO of The ADL, Mr. Jonathan Greenblatt has testified before the Congressional ‘Way and Means’ Committee regarding the scourge of antisemitism that is currently plaguing Jewish Students on American campuses. Mr. Greenblatt has declared “It’s not free speech to incite, to intimidate or to threaten Jewish students simply because they are Jewish.” Torah Jews…

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  • Eidah Hachareidis Rabbinical Court Condemns So-called Religious Newspapers

    Statement in Response to the Religious Newspapers, and Temple Mount Visitors By the Beth Din Tzedek of the Eidah HaChareidis of Jerusalem Sunday evening, 6th of Teves 5784 (December 17, 2023) Everyone has long been aware of the damage done by newspapers that claim to be chareidi, when in fact they spread ideas that are…

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  • Parsha Pearls: Shabbos Rosh Chodesh

    Who ever heard anything like this? Who ever saw anything like these things? Can a land go through labor in one day? Can a nation be born all at once? For Zion has gone into labor and born her children. (Haftarah, Yishaya 66:8) The Midrash at the very end of Shir Hashirim Rabbah says that…

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  • Parshas Pearls: Shabbos Shuvah

    For the ways of Hashem are straight, the righteous walk in them, and the sinners stumble in them. (Hoshea 14:10) Rabbi Yehuda Greenwald, rav of Satmar, wrote a letter in 1913 urging the rabbis of his time not to join the new organization Agudath Israel. Agudah had integrated into its membership and leadership many non-Orthodox…

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  • Parsha Pearls: Parshas Parah

    One who touches a dead human body will be unclean for seven days; he must purify himself with [the ashes of the red heifer] on the third day, and on the seventh day [at nightfall] he will become clean. (Bamidbar 19:11-12) The Mishnah in Parah 3:5 teaches that the first red heifer was burnt under…

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  • Parsha Pearls: Succos

    Why there is no nun in Ashrei Hashem caused this to come about, it is wondrous in our eyes. (Hallel, Tehillim 118:23) The Metzudos David explains that this chapter of Tehillim will be said by the Jewish people upon their redemption from exile. It begins, “Give thanks to Hashem for He is good,” and then…

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  • Parsha Pearls: Yom Kippur

    Why Hungarian Rabbis Didn’t Join Agudah The kohein gadol performed five immersions and ten hand-washings on Yom Kippur. (Yuma Chapter 3, Mishnah 3) In 1922, the Munkaczer Rebbe, Rabbi Chaim Elazar Shapiro, known as the Minchas Elazar, traveled to Gur, Poland to meet with the Gerrer Rebbe, Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Alter. The subject of their…

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