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Nov222012

THE REBBE RAYATZ’S PROPHECY

Translation by Rabbi Binyomin Schlanger

We have all witnessed the terrifying destruction of the Jewish Communities of Gush Katif and Amona by the Jewish hands of the Government of Israel. The Frierdike Rebbe prophesized that this would take place. Here we present his words spoken sixty-eight years ago, 26th day of the Jewish month of Adar, 1945, on the occasion of the fifty year celebration since the establishment of the Lubavitcher Yeshiva Tomchei T’mimim.

Men and Women, see and listen! 

In the Land of Israel the slow annihilation of Jewish children is taking place. Many anti-religious people amongst the group of leaders, whose responsibility it is to help the orphans, children of survivors of the Holocaust, in the Land of Israel, have put together an agenda of destruction for those children who now rely on them for support.

In the territories conquered by the Germans, Hitler set up destruction camps to harm and burn the bodies of Jewish people; in [the land of] Israel a certain group has set up houses of destruction to harm and to burn Jewish Souls.

“The agenda of destruction” is busy with the destruction of children, orphans of the remnant of the Jewish people, educating the children by Hamans who are bent on the same path and education as that of the men of the Yevseksia [Jewish communists], sons of the G-dless.

These Hamans are teaching the children to desecrate the Sabbath, to eat non-kosher food, to eat on Yom Kippur, to eat leavened bread on Passover, and do not even permit the children to recite the Kaddish prayer to recall their parents who were murdered sanctifying G-d’s Name. They teach the children to scoff at G-d and Judaism.

These orphans who are receiving their education from the Hamans of whom we have spoken will yet tear apart Torah scrolls, burn down Jewish synagogues, tear up Jewish cemeteries, organize pogroms, stab, burn, and shoot at Jewish bodies, violate and plunder the property of others.

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In this following talk, the Rebbe speaks out against the leaders in the Israeli government, as they repeat history by groveling before the Arabs. From a farbrengen Parshas Mattos-Maaseh, 1969.

The Torah (Kings 1, 20:32) recounts the Seven-Day War which took place in the time of Ahab king of Israel. Hadad, the King of Aram, went out to war against Israel, earning a huge defeat to such an extent that he thought that never again would he recover. In spite of this, Ahab ran after him begging him to sign a peace treaty. The King of Aram, who hated Ahab with a deadly passion and thought that Ahab hated him to the same degree, could not understand how Ahab wanted to strike a peace treaty with him. His advisors explained to him that the Jewish people are a merciful and compassionate nation. So if they are requesting peace, they will agree to such a treaty. Indeed, after considerable persuasion Hadad agreed and sent emissaries to Ahab, and the peace treaty was signed. From this agreement immeasurable pain was borne by the Jewish Nation, as recounted there at length.

Such an incident took place two years ago at the time of the Six-Day War. The Israel defense forces smote the Arab forces a resounding defeat; the Arabs fled out of great fear. Yet, Israel ran after the Arabs, begging them: “Please, come and sit with us around the table. Come; let’s make peace!” For two years already they have been running after the Arabs begging them to sit together and sign a peace treaty, in return for which Israel offers all the territory they want. Yet, the Arabs show reluctance to meet with the Jews, arguing that they have enough trouble of their own and that they are not interested in Israel’s benevolence or wrong – “Not your honey nor your sting.” The Arabs are prepared to bear the loss of half the country that Israel wants to give them on a silver tray, so long as they do not sit together with a Jew. This strange situation has only one explanation: What is taking place here is that “G-d hardened the heart of Pharaoh.” The Arabs have no reason not to sit with the Jews, and they have nothing to loose. G-d is hardening their hearts. 

The groveling of the Israeli government before the Arab nations after the awesome victory of the Six-Day War does not end there. The rulers of Israel want to cut up the Holy City of Jerusalem into three pieces: for the Muslims, for the Christians, and “also” for the Jews. And that is not all. They encourage the Arabs to live in Jerusalem. This is despite the fact that Jerusalem since time immemorial belonged exclusively to the Jewish People, since the time of Shem the son of Noah, Abraham the Patriarch, and the conquest of Jerusalem by King David. 

Further more there is an explicit Halachic ruling that, in addition to it being harmful to him, a gentile is forbidden to live in Jerusalem. This law is only in force when the hand of Israel is strong in the Land. However, this does not mean that a gentile should be encouraged to live there, certainly not to run after him begging him to stay. 

If until now the Arabs were fearful of Israel, this groveling after the Arabs is the direct cause of that which we clearly see, that now they raise their head against Israel and increase their terror attacks.

 

Dear reader,

Please take a few moments each week to copy, paste, and email this sicha to 10 friends, asking your friends in turn to email the same to 10 further friends, ad infinitum. Thereby you will be taking a strong and active part in the Rebbe’s battle to protect the lives of millions of Jewish people whose lives are so endangered. This is, as the Rambam writes, Milchemes Hashem, and we will see it through to the final Nitzachon!

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