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Friday, July 15, 2016

Mizrachi says no reason to pity Autistic, Down Syndrome Children since they sinned in a previous life




This lunatic, talks with confidence as if he spoke to G-D himself! There is absolutely no source to his idiotic comments in the entire Torah, Shas & poiskim! 

Some may say that this may be kabbalistic .... and that the Zohar HaKodish writes about it, however, the Rambam does not agree at all about the concept of Gillgulim or re-incarnation ....

However to talk publicly to parents or siblings of Autistic or Down Syndrome children and tell them that their children were evil in a previous gillgul ..... is cruel and sadistic!
There is no hell hot enough for this meshiginar!

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

If he is correct (which is about as likely as snowball in hell) I pity the poor parents who end up with his sorry ass gilgul. One can only wonder what disabilities he would come back with.

Anonymous said...

The Chazon Ish said the opposite, he would stand up for downs, he said they almost had a complete tikun in the last gilgul, & had some little completion missing, they were returned to this world in a way they could only preform mitzvos, sometimes the reason is because people owed them something, and have to repay by taking care of them.
I guess you chose this speaker or the Chazon Ish. Make a poll who has a better idea.

Anonymous said...

If anything the logic is the opposite. If we are a gilgul its to perfect our previous sins which is why most of us have our full talents since we need all we got to help fix it. Their souls only has a minor sin so they don't need all the typical talents. In conclusion they are on a higher level which is why the Chazon Ish would stand up when he saw such individuals. This approach is brought down clearly by Rav Chaim Vital but is alluded to in many other sources.

Unknown said...

He does not say "no reason to pity Autistic". He does say that being ill is a punishment, and I believe (whether we like to hear it or not) that outlook is rooted in the Torah and Halacha.

Unknown said...

He does not say "no reason to pity Autistic". He does say that being ill is a punishment, and I believe (whether we like to hear it or not) that outlook is rooted in the Torah and Halacha.

Anonymous said...

This mindles moron rabbi is definitly brain damaged.

Dusiznies said...

12:45
"It is rooted in the Torah and Halacha"
Where? You bloody liar!
He made it all up and he got it because some insane meshiginer in Israel had a seance! Which by the way the Rambam rules is עבודה זרה!

Anonymous said...

Stop putting words into his mouth. He didn't say not to pity them, he explain where they came from.

Dusiznies said...

12:57
I don't have to put words in this עם הארץ mouth ... I didn't download other segments on UTube where he repeated these sick remarks ...

Anonymous said...

** unknown, what's rooted in Torah is that if something bad happens to somebody he should do cheshbon hanefesh for himself if sin is involved, not for somebody else . It's rooted in Torah and halacha to pray for a sick person, help them in any way be mevakar cholim and other chesed to the best way we can. So even if gilgul and autism is true, what practical difference does it make? the same can be said of the poor, we don't have urim vetumim to know which case is punishment or not.

Anonymous said...

The GRA did hold of it.
But according to you, how do you explain a bavy born with debilitating problems? What sin did he do to deserve that kind of life?

Anonymous said...

This is the same criminally insane filthy dog who claimed that the vast majority of the six million KEDOSHIM were not HALACHIKLY Jewish,
And this filthy KAPO bastard claims that the non religious women who where herded naked into the gas chambers deliberately posed to the Nazi photographers and did not try to Hyde their nakedness.
Not even the devil himself would come up with such evil filth,
This piece of human garbage should be prevented from giving shiurim and he must be run out of town.
This filthy KAPO bastard needs to have his dirty tongue cut out and his teeth knocked out

Anonymous said...

He does not give a source for his answer, and even if this is an opinion written somewhere it should not be shared as fact with the public. He is a bull in a china closet and I am amazed he is still being hired to speak.

one who doubts the intelligence of our so called leaders said...

This man is sick. Does he have any appreciation for the parent's lifetime struggle with these children. Anyone who knows any case like this would be the first to acknowledge that these parents are immediate candidates for direct entrance to Gan Eden. Unfortunately we allow sick people as this person obviously is, to have an audience. How ignorant we are, to consider this sick man as an authority over these issues.

Anonymous said...

%108,
You're asking the age old question of why good people suffer,and Moshe rabaynu already asked that question even though he also knew the Zohar about gilguls and sins, so nobody has answers for most difficulties in life.

Anonymous said...

The answer to the question of why do good people suffer,the answer is that they should try to enjoy life by going to concerts and eating more cholev israel food thats it>

Earl David said...

my son was diagnosed autistic. he is the most loving innocent child in the world. For this person to say autism are gilguls of bad people is like saying hitler , yemach shemam is a tsaddik. This man is insane and does not speak for the Jewish people. He only speaks for his own demented view point.

David said...

Why do you need to know??
Why can't you accept that God does not need to share everything with you??

Dusiznies said...

8:23
G-D shares his info only with Mizrachi??????????????
Ha ha
your'e a real funny guy..

Anonymous said...

We are friends. Me and you dus. I don't know why you are so full of hate, the way you speak it is almost like you are foaming at the mouth. You are a great guy, you know a lot, you have self worth. Why do you need to take apart a rabbi who gives his life to the tzibbur? Rather, take apart "the" rav who talks politics on Shabbos at his stale Drasha which he repeats every year. He has the same garbage every week, from the previous years. The ramchal in derech hashem says that the first category of yisurin is when Hashem gives a person a difficult life, stam, to make it difficult for him. Obviously it is michaper for avonos, Hashem does not inflict pain for no reason. The rabbi did not say that we shouldnt feel bad for them.
I know personally, when I'm pissed at everyone who lives and breathes, it's because I'm not happy with myself at that given time.
I'm not saying you are pissed at everyone who lives and breathes, but you get my point. Please cut back on the nastiness that is almost like you are spitting when you talk. Vehement. Rabid almost. You are a yid. Even if rabbi mizrachi acted with gaava, so what? It's straight out lashon hara! How do you have post this and also post about Berland? That's real stuff, this is just motzei shem ra!

Anonymous said...

Also to say it says it nowhere? That's a sign of an am haaretz, which you are not. It's inconsistent with you as a person. Everyonr who learns knows that the more they learn the less they realize they know. And they would never say the words "it doesn't say anywhere" unless they are talking about a specific mesechta, or something along those lines. But they would never say it doesn't say in shas or poskim.
And if you know shas and poskim, which I don't, then you got to learn it again, because there is too much gaava here.

Hot Chani said...

He was Baalams donkey