Trump: Jewish people who live in the United States don’t love Israel enough

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quote from In an interview with Ami Magazine, an international publication that’s geared toward the Orthodox Jewish community, Trump said he was “surprised” about the lack of Jewish votes he received.”I did the Heights, I did Jerusalem, and I … Continued

Is Rambam For or Against Jews Participating in the Iftar Feast at the Home of Salim Jabbar, Head of the Abu Ghosh Council

A prominent rabbi tried to defend the participation of Jews in the Iftar Religious feast of Gentiles by the stating that Rambam holds, the religion of Salim Jabbar is not idolatry. My counterclaim is that even Rambam would forbid the … Continued

How Does the Yishmaelite Religion Violate the Restrictions Against Foreign Worship (Idolatry)

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One first has to investigate if there is a prohibition to the Yishmaelites in their belief system according to our Torah. Then we will explain if there is a distinction between the Yishmaelites and the other nations as far as … Continued

Fire Starts on the Temple Mount on Jerusalem Day

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Picture from a You Tube Video on the topic See or for more details. It appears the enemy was responsible for the fire, however, the truth of the matter is, that it is a desirable goal to remove … Continued

Rabbi Shabtai Sabato: Let us not rely on A Miracle – Regarding the Dozens Killed & Injured in Meron on Lag B’Omer

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The following is an English translation of words of condolence and rebuke of Rabbi Shabtai Sabato, head of Yeshivat Mitzpe Yericho   The rabbi wrote to his students in the wake of the disaster about the duty to guard against … Continued

Hearing Aids on Shabbat, Yes – But All Varieties of Microphone Technologies, No?

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Quote from: 6. Hearing Aids Contemporary poskim have permitted the use of hearing aids (which are actually small microphones and amplifiers) on Shabbat, and were seemingly unconcerned with the problem of electricity. The Tzitz Eliezer (vol. 6, 6:6) summarizes: … Continued