For the past few months, we’ve been focusing on the memorable fact that we’re in the fortieth year of the renewal of Jewish Life in Shiloh.
Since I can’t disguise my immigrant background, it means that wherever I am, whatever I do, I’m celebrating my own Aliyah Day.
I wanted the group to understand the very basis of Judaism and to stress that we do not accept their premise that the person they worship was a god who brought a new/revised message.
Biblical Shiloh has also been set up as a “fun for the entire family” tourist spot, and I went there today.
… I am so happy that the American Government has made a New Jerusalem US Consulate in which Jews can feel comfortable.
I’d like to thank US President Trump for his friendship and the excellent Ambassador he has in the United Nations, but I’d really prefer that he keep his troops at home.
In just a couple of days the Jewish People will be celebrating a new Jewish Year, 5778. It occurs just as the summer is coming to an end.
I have no doubt that by being amenable, understanding and sympathetic, plus offering an extensive “end of service educational package,” more and more chareidim will decide that it is to their advantage to serve in the IDF.
… I really must say that this book about conversion and the halachic ramifications is fascinating and appropriate for laymen like myself.