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The Maharsha who besides his fantastic pirush of Shas was also the gadol & posek hador, holds that batei medrash in chutz laAretz have kedushas eretz Yisroel.
7:55And can you please tell our readers in which country the Maharsha lived?
He lived in different places in Greater Poland which in those days included Lita, Ukraine & parts of Russia.
There is no need to make Aliyah.Some have found their Jerusalem in Boro Park, Lakewood or Monsey.Prior to WWII America was Chazir Treif & Eretz Yisroel "Heilig".Today some people claim that America is Holy & Eretz Yisroel is profane.Most Jews in Babylonia refused to go up to Eretz Yisroel in the time of Ezrato build The Bayis Sheni.There were Jews in Worms, France that refused to go back to Eretz Yisroel,claiming that they found their new home Jerusalem.Today there isn't a single Jew in Worms, South Germany.Out of 3 million Jews in Poland you are left with nothing.Out of 6+ million in America you have 450,000 Shomrei TorahOut of 6+ million in Eretz Yisroel we have 2 million Shomrei TorahWe have the same 6 million as prior to WWIIWe should have 60 million Jews by now ... all lost through assimilation,intermarriage & ZPG (Zero Population Growth)America is a Bais HaChaim.Eretz Yisroel is vibrant in all aspects of Jewish Life.More than 300 Torah publications monthly.In America not more than 30.We have to know the difference between the Holy & Profane.
Reb Shmuel Eidels born in 1555 Krakow, Poland ... died in 1631 Ostroh, PolandDear Anonymous please cite source of Maharsha so that we may bring 1) Bikurim 2) Shtei Halechem 3) Korban Omer ... from Boro Park, Lakewood & Eretz Goshen aka Kiryas Joel ...
He did not mean for korbanos also. It is Maharsha somewhere on maseches Sanhedrin.
anyone know which city in Israel Bobker lives???
You're quoting the Marsha out of context, because although shuls in the diaspora may have kedushas Eretz Yisroel, he doean't mean that anything else in the Diaspora does. In fact, Chazal were gozer a Tumah on all over chutz laretz. How about this Marsha?THE SIN OF NOT RETURNING TO THE LAND"A miracle should have occurred at the time of Ezra, but sin prevented it"(Berachot 4a). The Maharsha (Yoma 9b, s.v. kechomah) explains that Ezra'sredemption was supposed to last forever, but the sin of not returning to EretzIsrael en masse prevented this from happening.
See Rshash Ketubot 111a ... Shelo yaalu bachoma ... read kachoma as in Yoma 9bWith one letter the whole Shalosh Shvuoth is shelved according to the Rshash ...
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