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Monday, December 25, 2017

MAZAL TOV!! A 21 YEAR OLD CONVERT MARRIED A 52 YEAR OLD WOMAN ... UPDATED!!!!!!!!!!!

Shidduch Crises Over?????????
Some town this Monsey!!!!


Some say that she is a giyoris and they fell in love and converted then got married ! ...
but who knows??

Some say he is still a goy and never converted...
and all the berachois under the chuppa were a "bracha le'vetalah".... but if you read his blog ... that seems the least of his problems 

Some say he is "toit meshigeh" 

Either way Merry x-mass

He does know how to dance ...that is the only fact in this entire story!!





So the 21 Year Old Convert addresses DIN in his comments ... so I copied and pasted it! 
Reb Yechiel Yisruel Bloyd said...
Hello everybody. There have been a lot of things going around about me on the internet over the past week or so, remarkably enough, and apparently I'm known all across the entire Jewish internet world. So, I'm going to address a few topics that have been brought up recently.

My wife is not 52 years old, she is 50. Also, her name is Rivka Faigeh, not "52 Year Old Woman," as an Instagram page quite rudely put it. We're both happy the cat's out of the bag and people said she's older, whoever opened her purse at our wedding and looked at her ID apparently can't do math. We were not a shidduch arranged by the community, for those who are insisting that. We got together about a year ago, and known each other for over two years from an esoteric group we were a part of. We converted together, and have a very happy relationship. It may seem unusual, but if you knew the two of us, you'd see we are a couple just like everyone else.

My conversion is 100% kosher. There is someone claiming that I've lied about converting in the past and all sorts of horrid things. I've never claimed to have converted, I've always been straight up about the fact that I started the process and did not finish, and had left, intending to live as a goy. I've never made claims of "sneaking" into mikvas, as one page suggests. I've used them, plain and simple, when I was working on conversion before Yom Kippur, once before Shabbes, and once at night for purifying myself from negativity I'd been feeling over the day.

I made a conversion with three Orthodox rabbis, Rabbi Joseph Kolakowski was on the beis din and was mesader kiddushin, along with Rabbi Noach Isaac Oelbaum and Rabbi Peretz Steinberg. I've rejected all forbidden practices and have accepted the emunas Yisroel (faith of the Jewish people), along with the 613 mitzvos. I had a 100% kosher bris by a chassidish moyl, and toiveled with three Orthodox rabbis supervising for the sake of conversion. My wife was converted by these same rabbis. I do not worship idols, nor do I engage in any other sort of practice forbidden by the Torah and Chazal. I do not engage in any form of plural religious practice, and nor does my wife. If you wish to continue speaking on these matters and proclaim that I'm a fake or poser, just know you're violating the prohibitions against rechilus (gossip), loshon horo, and all the mitzvos pertaining to how geirim are to be treated.

Yes, my blog and pictures are still up. This is because I believe it is useless to try to cover up the past, no matter what it is. I'm certain there would be screenshots taken by people who dislike me to use again at a later time. In case nobody has noticed, my last post on the blog states that I'm done and have moved on to Jewish things. Perhaps I should have redacted my statement that I"m a kosher Jew, but according to my understanding at the time, which admittedly was lacking, I was certain I was Jewish maternally. However after discussing this with a rabbi and being told I was not Jewish, I set forth on conversion with my wife. I haven't written there in months, because I haven't thought about it even. I spend my time learning and davening, and doing fun things with my wife and building a beautiful life with her rather than worrying about what people will find online.
May it be the will of HaKodosh Boruch Hu that everyone should be filled with simcha, that the ignorant should be enlightened and filled with knowledge, and that the Malchus Sh'b'Kedusha (Divine Sovereignty), as Rebbe Nachman says, should reign within all of us, and be established on earth with the coming of Moshiach swiftly and within our days.

58 comments:

Abe said...

Why is he wearing her white stockings? Isn’t there a Halacha that prohibits men wearing ladies’ clothes?
Or is this a new Satmar minhag. When the kallah shaves her head, she hands over her stockings to the chosan?
Well one good thing, in about 15 years he won’t have to agonize over those 2 weeks per month waiting for his wife to immerse in a mikva.

FRUM BUT NORMAL said...

DIN,As much as i am a fan of your blog and enjoy it,this post was not called for,it's really disgusting,it is non of our business if two people decide to marry each other,especially if there is GEIRIM involved,the TORAH mentions it 22 times asking us "do not hurt converts"
i Beg you,please take it off

Satmar with brains said...

5:05
If you read his very own blog, you will see that he wasn’t properly converted and is a goy mamesh
Also a 21 year old man marrying a 52 year old yenta is news and should be posted because it’s crazy
Would you want your 21 year old to marry a 52 year old ?
No ... I figured ....
DIN don’t take this off ... this Meshigas should be mocked ger or no ger

Abe said...

FRUM BUT NORMAL 5:05 PM,

This isn't about geirim. This is about a 21 year old man marrying a 2 year old woman. That's abnormal. Well in the normal world, that conjugal age disparity would be abnormal. But in their abnormal world, I suppose its normal.

AishKodesh said...

I think it's fine if they're alright with it. Afterall, they have to live with each other.

Abe, as for your first comment, unless you were just mocking, it is a custom among some Chassidim to wear high socks... Not womens. Mens.

Chafraud-Depravitch said...

Abe,

"in about 15 years he won’t have to agonize over those 2 weeks per month waiting for his wife to immerse in a mikva. "


I'm sure the good Lord will bless them with menopause sooner than that.


FRUM BUT NORMAL 5:05 PM,

"TORAH mentions it 22 times asking us "do not hurt converts""

I thought it was more than that.

Not that it matters. I've seen Chabad rabbis in these parts treat gerim and their children like dreck.
So I guess if it's "in the Torah," it's really not such a big deal.
Not so much a commandment, but rather a suggestion.
Not so much a holy book, rather just a scroll on a stick.

FRUM BUT NORMAL said...

Abe,
if this story would have been about two men or two women marrying each other in Monsey,and DIN would have mocked and made fun of it,i suspect you would have been the first one to scream "it's non of our business if two people love each other and want to marry" but if two converts who have a 30 yr diference between them want to marry,then it's ok to mock and ridicule them ,
what a bunch of hypocrites you guys are

Abe said...

FRUM BUT NORMAL 6:06PM,

You’re right, except if one was 21 and the other was 52. It’s the age disparity that’s the object of my disapproval not his religious status. .

Abe said...

AishKidesh 5:29 PM,

Those are women’s style socks not men’s. In the least it’s maras ayin and bring an Ayin Hora on themselves. That’s why the Satmar are so crazy.

AishKodesh said...

Abe, No. I think a lot of people know what they are. And besides, they aren't really womens style even. You have seen pictures from a couple hundred years ago, correct?

H said...

Satmar does MILFS????

Anonymous said...

Does he wear her underwear as well Aish?

AishKodesh said...

No. Look at old pictures, please my friend. Guys used to wear high socks as well.

Chafraud-Depravitch said...

Aish,

"And besides, they aren't really womens style even. You have seen pictures from a couple hundred years ago, correct?"

You're correct. They are OLD women's style.
And their strange appearance is a reflection of their inability and unwillingness to grow and adapt in a modern world. Hanging on to old Europe isn't a sign of serving God. It's the sign of a cult with origins in old Europe.

Too often I ask myself: WTF was I thinking? How could I possibly believe that Chasidic primitives held some ancient hidden wisdom?
The only wisdom I found was the knowledge to tell my kids to stay away from them.

Reb Yechiel Yisruel Bloyd said...

Hello everybody. There have been a lot of things going around about me on the internet over the past week or so, remarkably enough, and apparently I'm known all across the entire Jewish internet world. So, I'm going to address a few topics that have been brought up recently.

My wife is not 52 years old, she is 50. Also, her name is Rivka Faigeh, not "52 Year Old Woman," as an Instagram page quite rudely put it. We're both happy the cat's out of the bag and people said she's older, whoever opened her purse at our wedding and looked at her ID apparently can't do math. We were not a shidduch arranged by the community, for those who are insisting that. We got together about a year ago, and known each other for over two years from an esoteric group we were a part of. We converted together, and have a very happy relationship. It may seem unusual, but if you knew the two of us, you'd see we are a couple just like everyone else.

My conversion is 100% kosher. There is someone claiming that I've lied about converting in the past and all sorts of horrid things. I've never claimed to have converted, I've always been straight up about the fact that I started the process and did not finish, and had left, intending to live as a goy. I've never made claims of "sneaking" into mikvas, as one page suggests. I've used them, plain and simple, when I was working on conversion before Yom Kippur, once before Shabbes, and once at night for purifying myself from negativity I'd been feeling over the day.

I made a conversion with three Orthodox rabbis, Rabbi Joseph Kolakowski was on the beis din and was mesader kiddushin, along with Rabbi Noach Isaac Oelbaum and Rabbi Peretz Steinberg. I've rejected all forbidden practices and have accepted the emunas Yisroel (faith of the Jewish people), along with the 613 mitzvos. I had a 100% kosher bris by a chassidish moyl, and toiveled with three Orthodox rabbis supervising for the sake of conversion. My wife was converted by these same rabbis. I do not worship idols, nor do I engage in any other sort of practice forbidden by the Torah and Chazal. I do not engage in any form of plural religious practice, and nor does my wife. If you wish to continue speaking on these matters and proclaim that I'm a fake or poser, just know you're violating the prohibitions against rechilus (gossip), loshon horo, and all the mitzvos pertaining to how geirim are to be treated.

Yes, my blog and pictures are still up. This is because I believe it is useless to try to cover up the past, no matter what it is. I'm certain there would be screenshots taken by people who dislike me to use again at a later time. In case nobody has noticed, my last post on the blog states that I'm done and have moved on to Jewish things. Perhaps I should have redacted my statement that I"m a kosher Jew, but according to my understanding at the time, which admittedly was lacking, I was certain I was Jewish maternally. However after discussing this with a rabbi and being told I was not Jewish, I set forth on conversion with my wife. I haven't written there in months, because I haven't thought about it even. I spend my time learning and davening, and doing fun things with my wife and building a beautiful life with her rather than worrying about what people will find online.
May it be the will of HaKodosh Boruch Hu that everyone should be filled with simcha, that the ignorant should be enlightened and filled with knowledge, and that the Malchus Sh'b'Kedusha (Divine Sovereignty), as Rebbe Nachman says, should reign within all of us, and be established on earth with the coming of Moshiach swiftly and within our days.

AishKodesh said...

My dear Reb C_D, Chassidus does have much wisdom and I have personally seen that. Whether it is always practiced, shown, etc. is a question.

I also do agree with hanging on to some things from the Alte Heim -- it's a good idea for several reasons.

P.S. Everyone please search in Google 'men from 1700's'. You can see the pictures... They have high socks.

Chafraud-Depravitch said...

Reb Yechiel Yisruel Bloyd,

Funny dress and Jewish cults aside, I'll wish you the best.
You're a guy with guts to be able to post like you do, and that's admirable. You're going to need that strength among Jewish elitists who see gerim as second-class citizens (if they see them as Jews at all). Many will tell you to your face how holy you are and the great level upon which you stand. Yet many of the same wouldn't want their children playing with yours (if you would have any), wouldn't eat in your home, nor really put forward an effort to help you when struggling.

If you blog about any of your experiences on this path, it will be an interesting read (and possibly of great value to others). You seem new to this lifestyle, and I can assure you it will be full of (often not very pious) surprises.

My experience with Chasidim was unpleasant, as much as I tried to ignore the signs over nearly 20 years (elitism, nepotism, greed, alcohol abuse, child abuse... the works - same as the rest of the world, no difference except a Jewish flavor). It's turned me off of religious Judaism to a great deal since I was looking for something genuine and instead found much of what I left behind in a secular world. Now, to the chagrin of ultra-Orthodoxy, I pick and choose Jewish observance on my terms. As a member of a sect, you won't have that luxury. To exercise it will cast doubt upon your legitimacy as a Jew. I found not being born into a Chasidic sect means you'll never truly be part of it. I had no desire to continue being a part of people who really just wanted to use me for money. To do so was really just looking for acceptance among people I ultimately found unacceptable (and visa versa). What I wanted to be real was phony, and I shed what I identified as nonsense and superficial (not exclusively, but mostly Chasidus).

I hope your experience is different and you find a level of truth and the connection to God that you seek. Again, all the best.

Anonymous said...

Satchel Bloyd born Christian
Became a Rebbe
Toldos Yisruel
WEIRD???????

AishKodesh said...

To Reb Yechiel Yisruel Bloyd, May Hashem send you and your new wife all manner of Beracha V'Hatzlacha and good and may you live together happily to see Mashiach Tzidkeinu, may he be sent bi'mi'heira b'yameinu.

P.S. My email is aishkodesh611@gmail.com if you ever want to reach out.

Kol Tuv to you both!

Anonymous said...

No problem I'll bring you to church with me on New Years day

FRUM BUT NORMAL said...

Reb Yechiel Yisruel Bloyd

First of all welcome to our YIDISHE MISHPACHA and MAZEL TOV to you and your dear wife,may you have a wonderful and fulfilling life together and build a BAIS NEMAN BEYISRAEL.

DIN,now that you have received this amazing clarification from Reb Yechiel Yisroel Boyd,the only right thing to do now,is to immediately delete this disgusting post and issue an apology.

Davii Mandel said...

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

A 21 year old goy became an "Admo"r"
What has Judaism come to.
Ger Tzedek? ??? This is a farce and why a hassid why can't he be a litvak then he could continue wearing his crusifix

Anonymous said...

My Rabbi says she will circumcise my dog do metzitza bepeh and make him Jewish. Hurray!!!!!!
I will name him Aish Kodesh Ben Pi HaAson

Chafraud-Depravitch said...

10:28 PM

"This is a farce and why a hassid why can't he be a litvak then he could continue wearing his crusifix"

Some Chasidim wear their proverbial crucifix but conceal it. Which is a good thing, because they just don't look the same with Menachem Mendel Schneerson on it.

Avi S. said...

Chafraud-Depravitch - Coming to Chassidic Judaism from a secular background myself, I certainly relate to the disappointment you describe. My own conclusion is that THERE ARE zaddikim (who aren't perfect but non the less righteous) and I seek their companionship and to follow in their ways hoping everyone else will too. It is far easier to do wrong than right and that is why the righteous are few. Overall there is lots and lots of good in our community that we ultimately get so used to that we forget how unique it is. Keep well.

Anonymous said...

***** Some Chasidim wear their proverbial crucifix but conceal it****
Lol. I give you a set of Chinese china if you can guess what's in my pocket now/ Lol

Chafraud-Depravitch said...

Avi S.,

Thank you for the reminder. In our area Chasidim are few. There are a couple of neighborhoods where they have some density, but not in my area. In these parts they are really just Chabad shluchim who are motivated by money more than anything else. Their primary focus is to build themselves at the expense of those they build up with lip service yet treat as lesser Jews. They don't want adherence, or community, but rather financial support.
As I've gotten to know them on a personal level, they have revealed that they lack the common decency that many non-religious and those from other cultures have. They were a major disappointment and no matter how willfully blind I wanted to be to it, reality is what it is.

I understand there are some Chasidim, even among Lubavitch, that are decent people. Here they are few, powerless, and mostly insignificant even among their own. I'm sure I would see more of them in denser populations.

But my family doesn't engage in those dense populations, and as a matter of practical self preservation, it's my responsibility to my family to teach them to avoid them for what we know of them. In the case of Chabad, I've read enough to know much of their greater cultural mentality. And I've determined that it would be unhealthy for my family to engage with them. With a child off to college soon, I'm confident that avoiding both Christian missionaries and Jewish missionaries will be a necessary skill.

However, I am aware that there are some good Chasidim (there must be good in any sizable population). I've spoken to some in Chasidic sects who I've met over the Internet. In those cases they were victims of far worse, inflicted upon them by their own people. Still, they remain loyal to their beliefs and remain (even if trapped) in their locations. And surely there must be others who are nowhere in the public eye. So yes, I'm aware there are a few who are good people at their core. Perhaps I'll meet some someday. I'll try to narrow down my broad brush. Again, than you for your reminder.

Chafraud-Depravitch said...

Avi S.,

Thank you for the reminder. In our area Chasidim are few. There are a couple of neighborhoods where they have some density, but not in my area. In these parts they are really just Chabad shluchim who are motivated by money more than anything else. Their primary focus is to build themselves at the expense of those they build up with lip service yet treat as lesser Jews. They don't want adherence, or community, but rather financial support.
As I've gotten to know them on a personal level, they have revealed that they lack the common decency that many non-religious and those from other cultures have. They were a major disappointment and no matter how willfully blind I wanted to be to it, reality is what it is.

I understand there are some Chasidim, even among Lubavitch, that are decent people. Here they are few, powerless, and mostly insignificant even among their own. I'm sure I would see more of them in denser populations.

But my family doesn't engage in those dense populations, and as a matter of practical self preservation, it's my responsibility to my family to teach them to avoid them for what we know of them. In the case of Chabad, I've read enough to know much of their greater cultural mentality. And I've determined that it would be unhealthy for my family to engage with them. With a child off to college soon, I'm confident that avoiding both Christian missionaries and Jewish missionaries will be a necessary skill.

However, I am aware that there are some good Chasidim (there must be good in any sizable population). I've spoken to some in Chasidic sects who I've met over the Internet. In those cases they were victims of far worse, inflicted upon them by their own people. Still, they remain loyal to their beliefs and remain (even if trapped) in their locations. And surely there must be others who are nowhere in the public eye. So yes, I'm aware there are a few who are good people at their core. Perhaps I'll meet some someday. I'll try to narrow down my broad brush. Again, thank you for your reminder.

Anonymous said...

this is extremely strange I know gerim who rabbanim took years to get them converted and this guy does it in less than 6 months? I wouldn't trust any of those rabbanim.especially if they still allow him to have internet and facebook :) and if he wants to include himself in the jewish people he should start by learning the proper way to talk. his rebuttal to naysayers was eloquent , try it with his lashon kodesh... emphasis on the kodesh, not koidesh... you hear me moirai v' raboisai?

AishKodesh said...

@11:41 AM, I trust Rav Oelbaum shlit"a.

Anonymous said...

11:41

What an asshole you are. Look in the mirror, pucker up and realise how ungenerous, unkind and what a cnut you are

Anonymous said...

Noach Eizik's father Ignac was not recognized by any of the Orthodox Rabbis in Toronto.
He was known to perform unacceptable marriages according to Jewish law Unacceptable geirusin acceptable by Jewish law etc.
He made his money by cheating and lying in religious and monetary issues.
He was a big phoney money hungry crook.

Anonymous said...

When the Frum kehillah moved away from Vaughan Road and there were no longer Jews left in the neighbourhood Ignac sold his home and the Synagogue to a Chinese Church. You expect the Frum world to accept an Oelbaum transaction?

Anonymous said...

DIN you! chicken shit afraid to to post the truth about Ignac Oelbaum
מאכל טריפות ומעוור עיני חכמים

AishKodesh said...

I expect many, many people to accept his transactions! He is a Gadol and I don't care what kind of lies you want to spew about him.

Anonymous said...

They are not lies it's 100 percent true
Whether or not you agree it's true

AishKodesh said...

It is not. Rav Oelbaum is a Tzaddik.

גוט שבת צו איר און דיין משפחה, מיין חבר!

Amil said...

I'm rather interested in who is supporting these two people. When one converts are they given the name of a local Lakewood fixer so they can get on programs?

Anonymous said...

Ignac was the father of the current Ravens Oelbaum
He was the Halminer Rav before WWII
after the war he became an "oisvarf"

Gornisht said...

I doubt that, 7:12 PM.

Anonymous said...

די ביסט את גארנישט
Well you can doubt all you like
Old man Oelbaum had a conservative synagogue at Vaughan Road corner of Pinewood Avenue from where he moved to 33 Wilmington Avenue at Bathurst and Sheppard
The old building was sold to a Chinese Church.
Noah Eizik is truly a Tzaddik, nothing like his Father

AishKodesh said...

I don't know much about his father, but I know that he is indeed a Tzaddik. Doubt his father was bad though.

Anonymous said...

Is someone was to piss in your face you're stupid enough to think it's raining

Anonymous said...

Old man Ignac stole money from naive holicaust survivors whose money he was to have invested in property and land. The hard earned money was of course lost. Many shomrei Torah umitzvos were left penny less. Besides the unorthodox handling of geirusin and unacceptable marriages etc.
Would you like me to post names of the Yidden who suffered

Anonymous said...

Most of the members of his temple were מחלל שבת and didn't even have kosher homes.
Noah Eizik is very much to the good fortune of Klal Yisrael not like his father.

AishKodesh said...

@5:46 (One and the same as 5:48, 5:40, etc.), I don't want you to post Yidden's names. I want you to stop attacking people (not me I mean).

Anonymous said...

Who the hell do you think you are

Anonymous said...

מי שמך לאיש לך לעזאזל יא מניוק

Anonymous said...

At least you recognize you're not included in "people" you're a different type of mammal

AishKodesh said...

I think I am anyone. Anyone has the authority to ask someone else to not do an Aveirah. Don't let gaavah ruin your Avodas Hashem, my dear friend.

Anonymous said...

You're more full of shit than an old out house

Anonymous said...

ביסט את קראנקער פאץ און א צודרייטער פערד דיין טאטא איז געוון דער פי האתון

AishKodesh said...

Why are you so mad, my friend?

Anonymous said...

Hey Mr. Mad
Translate 2:51 post
You'll have your answer

Anonymous said...

מטי איך האב די געבעטן אזוי פיל מאל אפלאזן דעם קראנקען זכר

AishKodesh said...

Ok... So because I am a sick putz and a horse, etc.?

Anonymous said...

מטי איך האב דיך געבעטן אזוי פיל מאל אפלאזן דעם קראנקען זכר