Thursday, June 6, 2019

Satmar Shvantz With Flag


Magdeburger Joe said...

Reb Säckeldreck with the swastika,

Would you rather your wives and daughters sleep in ISIS brothels? Or will you benefit from the IDF which with G-d's help defends even menuvalim and pushei Yisrael like yourself. I should thank you because I need to lose weight and lookingat you takes away my appetite

Shvantz. said...

Thanks for 'bombing' our site:

One of the severe oaths that G-d placed upon the Jewish people was not to fight against the nations of the world, as stated in the Talmud (Kesubos 111a). From that time until today, we have kept our oath, and throughout our years of exile we have followed in our forefathers’ footsteps, seeking only peace with the nations and speaking in a friendly manner with them. With humility we have bowed our heads and borne the yoke of exile in all the countries where we are scattered.

Statement by the Central Rabbinical Congress of the USA and Canada, in reaction to the recent tweet by Brooklyn Councilman Kalman Yeger that “Palestine does not exist”

Prominent individuals who represent our community, of course, need to be especially careful not to say anything inflammatory or provocative, for if they do, their words are publicized immediately and become known across the globe, and the name of G-d is desecrated. They therefore have a double responsibility to be cautious and relate peacefully to our neighbors from other races and creeds, not to start quarrels with them or battles of words.

With the above in mind, we were shocked to hear that a councilman from the Jewish community violated the above guidelines and aroused anger among the non-Jews, with a public statement antagonizing the Arabs. This is a departure from the path of the Torah, which has come down to us by tradition from previous generations. Such provocations have also the potential to lead to violence. We, as religious Jews, hereby condemn his statement, and we distance ourselves completely from his hateful words.

Furthermore, we warn all who serve and represent our community in public: Please be careful with your words, and do not jeopardize our good relationship with our neighbors.

Signed, April 2, 2019.

Central Rabbinical Congress of the United States and Canada.

The Central Rabbinical Congress, established in 1955, is a worldwide organization representing over 150 anti-Zionist Orthodox Jewish congregations.

Satmar Watch said...

A message to Shvantz who posted the pathetic anti-Torah lies 06/07/19 5:00AM:

Kalman Yeger is 100% correct that there is NO such thing as "Palestine". Contrary to Satmar/NK lies, Eretz Yisrael is NOT and NEVER was a mythical land called "Palestine". The invented concept of Palestine is a blatant attempt to erase the Jewish Bible and to erase the connection of the Jewish nation with Eretz Yisrael. All true Jews loyal to Torah and the Jewish nation will proclaim this message to the world.

The Satmar/NK (New Kapos) invent one filthy lie after another against Hashem's Torah. All the protests by the Satma/NK Jew haters dressed in their fake "Hareidi" costumes are NOT protests against the existence of a Jewish state. They are protests against the Jewish Torah that proclaimed that the land at the southeastern corner of the Mediterranean is Eretz Yisrael, and that Hashem gave that land to the Jewish nation.

The Satmar/NK (New Kapos) even if they are Jewish (which is doubtful), are vicious Jew haters and Torah haters who serve their Muslim jihadist/Democrat paymasters in attempting to destroy the Jewish Torah and the Jewish nation.

The Satmar/NK (New Kapos) have joined Islam in its war against the Jewish Torah and against the Jewish nation. These Satmar/NK Kapos who have exchanged Eretz Yisrael for a mythical Palestine - their prophet is Mohammed and their god is allah!

יואל'י said...

אַלְלַי לִי אַלְלַי עַל רֹעַ מַעֲלָלַי - אַלְלַי לִי אַלְלַי עַל שְׁבִי עוֹלָלַי

שאלה: האם המילה "אלי" בקינה "אלי ציון" מכוונת לבורא, ועל כן אי אפשר לומר את הקינה שלא בעת התפילה

תשובת: המילה "אלי" איננה מכוונת לבורא, ומשמעותה קינה, או מלשון "אללי לי" (כמו "אוי לי"). -רש"י יואל א ח