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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Frum IDF Soldier attacked in Bnei Brak, Attackers shout "R' Chaim Kanievsky ordered us to attack"

A frum Israeli  soldier, Baruch Indig said that he was attacked by a group of frum Jews while waiting for a bus at a Bnei Brak bus stop.

The soldier who lives in Bnei Brak, was attacked on Tuesday.

“I wanted to share with you something from my heart. A few minutes ago, I was in uniform standing at a bus station on Rabbi Akiva Street in Bnei Brak, waiting for a bus to take me home. Several ultra-Orthodox Jews approached me and gave me a poster that read ‘stinking bug get out of town.’ 

Then, they began shouting that I should leave the city because I am a disgrace to Judaism,”

The soldier said that he felt humiliated. 

“The group said that they were ordered to attack soldiers by Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky,” Indig added.

Indig also said that he is ashamed of having been raised in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish city of Bnei Brak. 

Rabbi David Zvi Carlstein warned that those who humiliate Frum soldiers, have no portion in the world to come.

AMI Magazine Defends Lev Tahor Cult that Abuses Women and Children

Yitzy Frankfurter, the editor of the Anti-Zionist magazine, Ami, never ceases to amaze me with his stupidity!

In his filthy March 26 edition, this clown interviewed, Wolfgang Schwanitz, a communist and former head of  Stasi, the Secret Police of the former East Germany. 
Wolfgang  co-authered the book, "Nazis, Islamists and the Making of the Modern Middle East." with Barry Rubin.

Frankfurter starts his lunacy with this statement:

"The provocative title of a review in Tablet Magazine, 
"Did Zionism Cause the Holocaust? A New Biography Says Yes" was enough to Pique (Yitzy learned a new word) my curiosity about the newly released book."

This שונאי ישראל, Frankfurter, was "piqued" because he got excited that a communist, the head of a  murderous police force, agreed with his sick premise that "Zionism caused the Holocaust."

How demented can a human being get?

It gets worse, he then quotes David Mikics, the reviewer of the book..

"If you follow Rubin and Schwanitz's logic, Zionism is responsible for the Holocaust. No Zionist colonization of Palestine would mean no Arab anti-Semitism, which means no al-Husaini, which means no Final Solution."

A few weeks ago, he "interviewed" his Rebbe, the present Brisker Rav, another  Sonei Yisroel, who once said that the second biggest threat to Yiddishkeit after Zionism, is Chabad! 
You can't make this craziness up. 
How does a Roshei Yeshivah, a leader of thousands of Yeshiva guys, totally put down a Chassidus that was Mekareiv hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Jews throughout the world?

Chabad the second biggest threat to Yiddishkeit? 
What a bunch of lunatics!

So, now, in his Pesach edition, he defends a cult that beats the hell out of toddlers and abuses their lady cultist members!

His Headline?
"A Visit to Lev Tahor, The Real, Inside Story"

His Byline:
"The unjust persecution of a group of pious Jews, and the unsettling silence of the Jewish community"

This Frankfurter, a scion of apes, (I'm beginning to think that maybe Darwin had a point) interviews the meshiginer Helbrans!
Frankfurter loads all the pages with smiling Lev Tahor boys!

I am not going to quote on the lies and exaggerations in the article, suffice it to say that it is a work of fiction, and a fairy tail.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Kloisenberger Rebbe of New York, Causes massive Chullul Hashem, calls Fireman "Nazi"

 Thank G-D we live in a Medina of Chesed, where local Fireman  provide safe designated areas for Chametz burning. 
Posted on all corners were signs stating  the time and areas where chometz burning would be permitted.
This Erev Yom Tov, Erliche Jews got up early to burn the chomets in those areas. 
But the Klausenberger Rebbe of New York, chronically late, came after the Firemen were already extinguishing the fire, and called the Fireman, "Nazis"! 
He is a great example of his leadership!

Sunday, April 13, 2014

No Point in visiting Graves in Europe, says Israel Kloisenberger Rebbe

Finally, a Chassidic Leader, saying the right thing and something that makes sense!

 For years I couldn't understand why Erliche Yiddin, left their families in Israel and the USA to celebrate the Yurzeit of Rebbes long gone, on soil that is wet with the blood of murdered  Jews!

Why hand millions and millions of dollars to anti-Semites?

Recently there was a trip to Poland on the Yurzeit of the Rebbi of Lizensk. Thousands of naïve clueless Jews from around the globe ran to Poland to hand over money to the cursed Poles! Was this an Aliyah of the Neshama of the great Tzaddik of Lizensk? I doubt it!
I think that the Rebbe of Lizensk would have told you, to buy your wife an Ipad instead!
This mass hysteria of visiting Kevarim in Europe was an agenda pushed by the Tourist industry!
I never gave a penny when they came to collect money to fix up the Jewish cemeteries in Europe. How about collecting money to those who are still alive?
Guys, you have nothing to do with your money?
Do you know that there are hundreds frum boys sitting home or in public schools because the tuitions are sky high?
Instead of supporting the European murderers, donate to the families that cannot afford tuition and sit home!

Here is the Story reported about the Klausinberger Rebbe!

While countless Jews worldwide flock to the far reaches of Europe and Israel to daven at the graves of tzadikim, a well known Chasidic rabbi has questioned the validity of the custom, suggesting that it is inappropriate.

In a recent address to representatives of Arachim on Holocaust related matters in his home, the Sanz-Klausenburger Rebbe from Israel , Rabbi Zvi Elimelech Halberstam, said that his father Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam, the first Sanz-Klausenberger Rebbe did not believe in the custom, as reported on Israeli news site B’Chadrei Chareidim.

“I believe that for our bochurim and avreichim, what connects us to the Holocaust and the generations that preceded it is to learn the seforim and the words of these giants in Torah and to continue in their ways. 

My father would say that if a talmid learns the words of Rabbi Shimon, then Rabbi Shimon would be right next to him.  He himself never traveled often to Meiron, going once every few years.  When we learned in yeshiva, it never even occurred to us to go to Lag B’Omer on Meiron and there was a regular schedule of learning in the yeshiva just like any other day.”

The Sanzer Rebbe noted that trips to the graves of even renowned rabbonim like the Baal Shem Tov and the Magid of Mezritch were very rare in the Chasidic community.

“My father would say that the tzadikim were elevated to Eretz Yisroel after their deaths and that really, they are no longer buried there. 

Certainly today when there are no Jews left in these places their graves are empty,” said the Sanzer Rebbe
The Rebbe noted that for those who are less observant, trips to Europe can serve a useful purpose.
“For those that we hope to bring closer to yiddishkeit, it is beneficial to take them to Europe in the hopes that we can awaken certain feelings within them.  Let them learn about our glorious past and the holy congregations by taking them to these places so that they can realize that without a past there is no future, hopefully bringing them closer to the foundations of Judaism.”

The Sanzer Rebbe was also asked if it is appropriate to bring children to visit concentration camps.
“It would have to be someone who is capable of understanding, even to a small degree, what happened there so that we could learn from it about the history of the Jewish people.  But in truth, it is really impossible for any human being to comprehend the atrocities that took place during that time. 

There are so many who have questions but in truth, it was a terrible period of hester panim.  Yet when you see the wonderful rebirth of yiddishkeit and the Torah world today, that is also something unusual and we learn from it that there is someone engineering everything that happens in the world.”

Like many other Holocaust survivors, the Sanzer Rebbe’s father, R’ Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam, never returned to his birthplace after the war.

“Once he was nearby and he had an opportunity to visit those cities and he refused to go,” recalled the Sanzer Rebbe.  “There was a time that they brought Polish cleaning girls to America and my mother wanted to bring one into the house. My father said he could not be in the house with anyone from Poland and there are those for whom it is very difficult to return to those places.”

The Rebbe was also asked if his father ever suggested a reason for the Holocaust, such as assimilation or not giving proper respect to synagogues.

“If only those who did those things were killed then perhaps that might be a reason,” said the Rebbe.
“But it is impossible to say that when so many righteous people, G-d fearing people and talmidim chochomim were killed.  The tragedy of the Holocaust is too enormous to comprehend or to try to explain.  It was something that defied the laws of nature and it is important to realize that we can’t understand everything that happens in the world.”
There were some bright spots even during the darkest times, observed the Sanzer Rebbe.
“There were so many cases of hashgacha pratis, so many who were miraculously saved.  The Belzer Rebbe said that anyone who was saved from the concentration camps was accompanied by two malachim. Even so, we are not able to comprehend why this one was saved and this one was not.”

No Chometz for Your Dog!

Earlier this week, as she prepared for Passover, Shannon Gessner suddenly remembered her dog, Marcy.
“This is our first Passover together,” says the 32-year-old account manager who lives on the Upper West Side with her 3-year-old mini-schnauzer. An observant “modern Orthodox” Jewish woman, Gessner has had the stray rescue since July and didn’t know what to do about her pup’s food for the upcoming holy festival, which starts Monday and lasts eight days.
“I e-mailed my rabbi about how to prepare for Passover when you have a dog,” says Gessner.
When it comes to the annual celebration, some observant pet owners don’t only avoid eating grains and leavened breads, known as chametz, themselves; they also have Fido and Fluffy abide by the dietary restrictions to keep their homes holy.
For the past 20 years, Star-K, a kosher certification agency, has been publishing an annual list of Passover-friendly pet foods. The brands on the list aren’t necessarily kosher, but they are Passover-friendly in that they are free of wheat and rice.
This year’s list was posted in early March, since many pet owners make the food transitions slowly so their pets have time to get used to the new foods.
“It’s not soon enough,” jokes Rabbi Zvi Goldberg with Star-K. “We get calls about Passover even in January.”
Rebecca Singer Walker, the 30-year-old director of the Israeliness Community at the 92Y, doesn’t look to the Star-K list for her 8-year-old Yorkie, Miles. She just feeds him what she eats.
“I’m going to be cooking beef or chicken or fish,” says Walker, a Riverdale resident.
For some, tweaking their pets’ diet is too much hassle, and they go for other options.
“Depending on how strict you are, some people might board their pet for a week,” says Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen, the director of the Center for Jewish Living at the Jewish Community Center on the Upper West Side.
Others ceremoniously “sell” their pet’s food to a nonobservant friend for Passover. That way, Cohen explains, “the food doesn’t belong to you, it just lives in your house.”
That’s what Rikki Davidson, 29, plans to do. Davidson, who lives on the Upper West side with her husband, her son and her 7-year-old Maltese, Zoe, doesn’t want to be wasteful, so she plans to sell Zoe’s favorite treat, Nutri Dent, to a nonobserver and keep it in their house. After the holiday, she’ll buy it back. The dog’s regular kibble isn’t an issue.
“Zoe happens to be on a grain-free dog food,” Davidson explains.
Things aren’t so convenient for Gessner and Marcy.
“I was hoping I would get away with feeding her dog food, but [my rabbi] wants to err on the side of caution, so we’re going to be cooking for her,” says Gessner.
She plans to feed Marcy “human food,” which will include organic kosher meat and apples, instead of her typical diet of Orijen kibble. The pup will also have to forego her favorite treats, Wagatha’s biscuits and chewy bully sticks.
“It’s going to be hard, though, because she loves to chew,” says Gessner. “But I’m handmaking her breakfast and dinner, so she’ll survive.”

New "Mishpacha" Poll of Secular Jews, show that they don't "Hate Chareidim"

Chareidie leaders, in order to control their gullible sheep, fed them lies about Zionists and Secular Jews!
See this recent poll by the Chareidim themselves that prove that they were lying all along!

The Haredi political leadership has built its power base on the mantra of “secular Israel hates us.” 
They repeat this regularly from the Knesset floor and in committee hearings on a daily basis. 
The Haredi media provides the platform for Haredi MK’s to share this message with the broader Haredi community and the Haredi broadcasters mimic this divisive tone on an hourly basis.
And, just like that, in a flash, this message has been proven to be false.  False, and terribly damaging.

The Haredi newspaper, Mishpacha, sponsored a poll to determine the attitudes of secular Israelis towards Haredim.  They hired one of Israel’s top pollsters, Mina Tzemach, to do the research. 

Here are some of the results:
1)  72% of secular Israelis believe that the Haredim do not contribute to the Jewish nature of Israel.

2)  67% believe that the IDF is obligated to provide Haredim who serve with all of their religious needs to make sure that their lifestyle is not impacted negatively by their army service.

3)  82% are willing to hire Haredim to work in their companies.

4)  93% believe that there must be dialogue between the secular and Haredim to preserve unity in Israeli society.

5)  52% feel that Haredim and secular living side by side in the same areas will lead to better relationships between these populations.

6)  77% know Haredim personally and 83% have a favorable outlook towards the Haredim who they do know.

7)  Among those who live in neighborhoods with Haredim, 77% say that the Haredim do not disturb their lives in any way.

8)  91% want to make sure that Israel preserves its Jewish identity, 89% believe that Israeli children must be familiar with Jewish tradition, and 50% feel that the education system is not doing enough to preserve these beliefs.

9)  92% have a mezuzah on their front doors.

Hatred towards Haredim?  Want Haredim to be less religious? Despise Torah and mitzvot? 

One professional poll has dispelled all these myths about secular Israel and should be a wake-up call to the entire Haredi establishment.

Rabbi Gorelik of Mishpacha writes: 
“To admit the truth, we were stunned.  If this poll is correct, we have been living all the time with a mistake.  We were sure that the average secular Israeli despised us.  Not only that, but we in the Haredi media in partnership with the Haredi politicians, spread this feeling and spoke about it over and over, all the time.  And behold, this beautiful structure falls apart.  Behold, it has become clear, that the truth is different:  Most and close to all don’t hate.  An elite minority, perhaps, hates, but this is not the lot of the majority.  The majority has no interest in us at all.  They don’t have hatred, they don’t have love, they are simply indifferent.  We are a black hole. They pass Bnei Brak and have zero curiosity to enter its streets, our kitchens, our living rooms, or our Torah institutions.
What does this say to us and about us?  Why are we not a source of inspiration?  What is flawed about us in that which we are not succeeding to spread to the greater society?  We must change approaches and the way we look at one another.  We must stop fortifying ourselves behind mistaken walls and change paths.  We must feel a sense of ‘shlichut, messengers to Israeli society….simply because this is the Jewish way:  To be a model and example.”
Music to the ears of the entire Jewish nation.

As we enter Pesach, the holiday which celebrates our redemption, and begin the Omer during which we mourn the students of Rabbi Akiva who failed to act with respect towards one another, let’s hope that the lessons learned from this poll free all Jews from mistaken beliefs and assumptions and yield the beginning of a new era of unity, tolerance, respect, and working together.

The above was first published by The Times Of Israel on April 13, 2014, reprinted with permission

Chareidim throw stones like The Arab Intifada, and Wound 3 police,

רשע למה תכה רעיך 

Dozens of Charidim, acting like Arabs, who had nothing to do בין הזמנים, protested the arrest of  a draft dodger on Eshkol Blvd. in Yerushalayim on מוצאי שבת. The protesters were notified of the "Chillul Hashem" venue via the prohibited app "WhatsApp"

The רשעים later attempted to block the entrance to the capital near the Bridge of Strings.
Their goal was to block traffic so the good people helping their wives shop for פסח would have to sit in traffic for hours. 

Similar  protests were reported in Ashdod and at the Geha interchange on Route 4 near Bnei Brak.
In the protest at the Geha interchange , the רשעים threw stones at police injuring 3 
Not one Gadol was moiche on this mass חילול השם! 

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Shaimos Trucks dump the Shaimos in Haverstraw! UPDATED FRI 4:01PM

So those nice Yeshivah boys, with the fancy glasses and white shirts and black pleated pants,who take your hard earned $25.00 per bundle, dumped the Shaimos in an abandoned lot near Monsey in the Town of Haverstraw?.

Where did these young boys learn this scam from?
From the Roshei Yeshivas that are constantly berating and putting down the "Balai Battim" who work for an honest living!

I clearly remember my Rebbes in Yeshivah telling us, "Don't think like a Baala Buus"
If you don't learn, you'll become a "Baala Buus" Chas Vesholom!

So what do you do when you need some spending money?
You come up with a scheme that a "Baala Buus" would never even think of. And I'm sure the Shaimos Boys are laughing their heads off, coming up with this harebrained idea to make an easy buck instead of working like the dumb Baalei Batim! 

“This year it [shaimos burial scams] seems to be a bigger problem than ever, and it needs to be dealt with” said Assemblyman Hikind. “Shaimos is holy and dumping it is a horror.”
Police are currently investigating who might be responsible for dumping this pile of shaimos, and have some credible leads. “In the meantime” added Hikind, “if you need to get rid of shaimos, ask the collectors many questions, and if you feel uncomfortable with them simply keep the shaimos at home until you find a reliable and trusted handler.”
One day after the discovery of dozens of black trash bags filled with shaimos at a Haverstraw commercial site near the Hudson River, police have identified the person responsible for illegally dumping the holy materials.
Rabbi Yisroel Kahan, the police liaison to Rockland County, spread word of the incident Within hours, the owner of the truck that had carried the shaimos had been identified and contacted.
The man, who had as many as five trucks operating a shaimos collection business out of Williamsburg, NY, was not arrested; he claimed to have permission from the private property’s owners in Haverstraw to dump the shaimos, however the property owners denied this. according to NY Assemblyman Dov Hikind.
Eventually, the truck owner agreed to recollect the shaimos and properly dispose of it at Beth Genizah Olam, which is run by Rabbi Yosef Schwartz.
“It’s an outrage to see honest people paying to have their shaimos cared for according to Halacha [Jewish Law] only to be exploited by dishonest people trying to make a quick dollar,” said Rabbi Kahan. “This is a serious issue, and we will continue working with Assemblyman Hikind to prevent this from happening again.”

How much money does a Kollel Guy get from Zionist Government?

How about $3,500.00!
Kollel Guy fighting with Police instead of learning

So the State of Israel, the Zionist Chilonim, support thousands upon thousands of Torah Scholars to the tune of $3,500.00 per Kollel guy! 
I am not saying that one can live on that alone, but where is the thank you? Where is the Hakoras Hatoiv? 
Where are the "Gedolim"? Did any Gadol Hador state the above fact to anyone?

How do I know these facts?
 From the following story:

A Yeshiva student in Jerusalem has been ordered by the state to pay back more than 84,000 shekels, or just over $24,000 for not maintaining his status as a full-time student of the Torah.
Tthe Ministry of Education in Israel pays Yeshiva students a yearly salary for return of their study of the Torah since they do not work. An investigation showed the student did not fulfill his full-time status and is ordered to pay back seven years’ worth of state funds.
Ynet News reports ( ) that the student argued that he was a full-time student, but the state had enough of an argument to prove that the student’s studies did not equal the status required to receive the funding that he did.

22 year old Reizel Berkowitz goes missing in Boro-Park updated!

It's been 36 hours since Raizel Berkowitz vanished

 after leaving a medical appointment, at approximately 9:00am inside 635 Madison Ave between 59th and 60th streets. She was with her husband when she walked out and vanished.

She has been found ב״ה
Boro Park Shomrim have confirmed to DIN that the missing woman has been found in good condition. They thank everyone for their tips, and Tefillos

Kerry blames Israel for his own incompetence!

The Republican Jewish Coalition has released a statement“strongly criticizing” Secretary of State John Kerry for blaming Israel for the impasse in talks between the Israeli government and the Palestinians, calling Kerry’s statements “outrageous.” Executive Director Matt Brooks said:
After almost nine months of negotiations, during which Israel took concrete steps to advance the process, including the release of 78 prisoners - many of them terrorists - it is outrageous for Secretary Kerry to blame the Jewish state for the apparent failure of the diplomatic process undertaken at his insistence. 
The simple fact is that while Israel has supported the peace talks, the Palestinians have consistently undercut them. Most recently, Israel has pledged to continue talks past Kerry's original deadline and the Palestinian side has refused to do the same. 
Secretary Kerry's testimony today is a troubling consequence of the Obama administration's assumption that increasing the pressure on Israel will bring the Palestinians back to a process they have repeatedly rejected.

 Kerry, our secretary of state, is very angry with Israel. “Poof,” he said on Tuesday — describing how Israel destroyed his “peace process” the other week. Just like that.
The first thing to say is that if a peace process can go “poof,” it can’t have been much of a peace process. Any serious discussion in which two parties are motivated to reach a negotiated arrangement wouldn’t be susceptible to going up in smoke all at once.
That would indicate it never had any form or substance to begin with.
And how on earth was it Israel who made Kerry’s fantasy deal go “poof”? After all, it sure looked like the key moment that tossed Kerry’s “peace process” onto the dung­heap of history was last week’s Palestinian decision to seek membership as a sovereign country in international organizations — a move that’s always been universally seen as complete rejection of negotiating a “two-state solution.”
Not according to Kerry, who apparently sees it as a justifiable response by the Palestinians to unconscionable Israeli actions.
In Kerry’s telling, the first death blow came when the Israeli government refused to release 26 murderous terrorists from its jails.
He neglected to mention, of course, that Israel had already freed 78 terrorists as part of the Kerry “peace process” — including a vicious monster who bashed in a 72-year-old Holocaust survivor’s head and is now living on a $100,000 stipend from the Palestinian Authority.
The decision to let that foul piece of human garbage and his fellow slaughterers of innocents go free created nothing less than a moral and existential panic inside Israel last year, but the Netanyahu government went ahead with it anyway as a good-will gesture toward Kerry.
No matter, in the eyes of our secretary of state. That all happened last summer. What have you done for me lately, Bibi?
Well, here’s something Bibi did for him lately. According to the Israeli government, it halted the release specifically because it wanted the peace talks to continue — it wanted the Palestinians to guarantee they would extend discussions past the April 30 deadline, since it was clear that no agreement would be reached by then.
The Palestinian side refused to do so, a clear sign that it was only remaining as a party to the talks to get those last 26 killers out of jail before it bolted — probably saying whatever the Arabic equivalent of “so long, suckers” would be.
According to Kerry, the second Israeli offense was to announce new permits for apartment construction in a neighborhood called Gilo.
Here’s how he put it: “The prisoners were not released by Israel on the day they were supposed to be released and then another day passed and another day — and then 700 units were approved in Jerusalem and then poof.”
Note how Kerry unconsciously gave the game away here. He said the “units” approved were in “Jerusalem.” Not on the “West Bank.” Not in the “occupied territories.”
In Jerusalem. Israel’s capital.
Let me tell you about Gilo. It’s an area every single remotely sane person on earth knows would remain a part of Israel under any true peace deal with the Palestinians.
When I say everybody, I mean everybody. John Kerry knows Gilo will be part of Israel. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas knows Gilo will be part of Israel. The only way Gilo won’t remain part of Israel is if Israel ceases to exist. Which may be the point.
There is no visible boundary between Gilo and Jerusalem. Gilo is the southwestern tip of Jerusalem. It’s 10 miles closer to Jerusalem’s center than Co-op City is to Times Square — or almost exactly the distance from Park Slope to Wall Street.
Unquestionably, the approval of the apartment permits was provocative (in the bizarre context of these talks, anyway), although Israel has never agreed to any limit to its right to build anywhere in Jerusalem.
But if the negotiations had been serious, if the Palestinians were really looking at them as though they could lead to a final agreement on the contours of a state, Abbas and his team wouldn’t have let the talks go “poof” over the new permits.
These talks mean nothing to them; they’ve done nothing to advance negotiations in all these months. They’ve moved on nothing, agreed to nothing, made no goodwill gestures toward Israel or the United States.
And Kerry? He’s basically fine with this. He’s full of understanding. He understands it would be difficult for Mahmoud Abbas to acknowledge Israel as a “Jewish state,” so he doesn’t act as though Abbas’s refusal to do so says anything about Abbas’ viability as a negotiating partner.
Abbas’ recalcitrance should’ve told John Kerry everything he needed to know.
But Kerry doesn’t want to know. What he wants is a Nobel Peace Prize he’s never going to get.
That’s why he started this ludicrous process in the first place — to secure himself a consolation trophy after his humiliating defeat at the hands of George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential race.
Now, here is John Kerry’s monument: By whoring after a deal he couldn’t get to satisfy his own wounded pride and fulfill his own vainglorious wants, he has been exposed for all to see as a deceitful, pompous, self-righteous and vindictive fool — not to mention a world-historical two-time loser.

The Photo you won't see in any Chareidie Newspaper or Magazine

These Boro_park Askanim cannot take their eyes off the Shiksa giving them advice on how to get more programs and grants ...
Its ok to stare at her but it's not ok to post her picture in the Chareidie papers!

Chareidim will build a Holocaust museum in Brooklyn, No photos of murdered Holy Women, when men attend!

Just like the Nazis!
 The first thing Mengele ימח שמו did was separate the men from the ladies.
This is not a Shul, nobody is going to daven there, but these crazy extremists will not allow a husband and his wife to visit the museum on the same day. A father will not be able to take his daughter to visit the museum. A mother will not be able to take her son to see the museum. A holocaust survivor will not be able to share their experiences with a grandchild of the opposite gender. 

It won't be long before these Taliban Rabbis will prohibit you from sitting with your wife and daughters at the Shabbos table together. They already don't allow your daughters to sing  זמירות .... This new prohibition first appeared in the תשובות in 1980's. For 3,500 years this was never a שאלה ...  Daughters sang זמירות in "der alter heim" 

The Rabbis first  manufacture  the  "solution״ then they develop the "question" .... 

What is going on? Are we becoming Arabs? Is this Yiddishkeit?
It's no longer ok for a married couple to spend the day together.
It's no wonder that we are loosing our children.

Eli Kleinman, the חכם פין דער מה נשתנה, and the one behind the Brooklyn Holocaust project, consulted with some Rebbe, a fanatic, who he refuses to name. 

The unnamed fanatic advised him to go ahead with the museum but  have the men and women come in on different days. In addition  all pictures of the murdered dead women would have to be removed on the days the men attend, because the men may get aroused.

The pictures of the murdered men will not be removed and will be shown  on the days  the ladies attend, because the ladies don't have the same perverted thoughts that the Chareidei men that visit the museum, have.
At least that is Eli Kleinman's assumption...

According to the article in Forward, the museum will not credit the Zionists for saving the lives of the Satmar And Belzer Rebbes '! 

The museum will also not mention the fact that Satmar, Belz and other Rabbonim advised the European Jews to remain in Europe while they and their families fled to safety. .

It will not mention that Binyomin Zev Jabotinsky, way back in 1938, warned Polish and Hungarian Jewry that they "were living on the edge of the volcano" and  that a wave of "super-pogroms would happen in the near future." He  ran from shul to shul advocating  Aliya to Palestine because of the impending Holocaust.

It will not mention that the Rabbonim told their followers to ignore him , because he was a Zionist.

It will not mention that there were frum Kapos that were extremely cruel to the inmates, and that one of those frum cruel sadistic kapos became the ראש הקהל of a prominent Shul in Boro-Park! והמבין יבין

 It will not mention that Zionists, both men and women, parachuted into the war zone to try to save Jews and were apprehended by the Gestapo,  tortured and murdered by the Nazis!

 Don't waste your time with this building that will house material to brainwash your children. If you want to visit a  Holocaust museum go either to Yad Veshem, the Holocaust Museum in lower Manhattan or Washington DC ....... 
This Boro-Park museum like Artscroll biographies are a bunch of lies masqueraded as the truth!

Here is the article from the Forward!

 Is it permissible to show images of Jewish women with their heads shaved but without a head covering as they 
walk towards Nazi gas chambers?

This is the type of question faced by organizers of the first Holocaust museum to be aimed specifically at Orthodox Jews.

Elly Kleinman, the Orthodox businessman behind the project, sought the advice of a Hasidic rabbi on this question not long ago. Kleinman said that the rabbi told him: “Are you allowed to show it? You are obligated to show it.”

But Kleinman, who declined to name the rabbi, said he wanted to accommodate the cultural sensitivities of the community’s more conservative wing.

So, for groups that shun images of women, the Kleinman Family Holocaust Education Center will have a separate track in which the material on display will not include pictures of women.

“Our objective is to cooperate with all constituencies,” Kleinman said, adding, “We expect to resolve these issues within the community.”

It is the need to wrestle with such issues that makes the museum, which is slated to open next year in Brooklyn’s heavily Orthodox Boro Park neighborhood, still a work in progress.
Organizers of the project say theirs will be the first museum in the world dedicated to the “Torah-observant experience.” This, they said, is an approach not seen in any of the Holocaust museums around the world.”

Kleinman, wearing a sharp blue shirt and a pair of dark, horn-rimmed glasses, is seated behind his desk at the Brooklyn headquarters of his home health care company, Americare Certified Special Services.
He has a trim white beard and wears a black yarmulke. On the office wall behind him are photographs of two prominent ultra-Orthodox rabbis: Yaakov Perlow, who is known as the Novominsker rebbe, and David Twersky, the Skverer rebbe. Next to them are photographs of Kleinman meeting with presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

Dozens more pictures line the wooden furniture around the office. There are photographs of local and national politicians, such as Republican New York Rep. Peter King, Democratic Senator Al Franken of Minnesota and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Sprinkled among the American dignitaries are Israelis, such as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the former Israel Defense Forces chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi.
Americare has attracted negative publicity lately. In January, an article in The New York Times drew attention to several recent lawsuits against Kleinman’s company that “detailed patterns of patient mistreatment, forgery of medical documents and sexual misconduct by a top executive.”
Americare was fined $7 million in 2005 for fraudulent billing at its care homes. In 2008, the company was fined $8 million for employing home health aides who were not properly trained to care for Medicaid patients.
“I am not going to talk about Americare today,” Kleinman said when asked about this. “That’s not what we are here to discuss.”

Instead, Kleinman talked passionately and at length about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and his plans for the KFHEC. Both of Kleinman’s parents are Holocaust survivors. His 90-year-old mother, Ethel Kleinman, was in Auschwitz. His father, Avrohom Kleinman, endured slave labor and a death march.

Kleinman, who has sunk about $4.5 million into the project so far, says the center is intended to teach much more than just history. He hopes that his target audience, Orthodox schoolchildren in grades seven through 12, will learn about Jewish tradition and laws through stories of courage and resilience: mesiras nefesh, sacrificing one’s life; bitachon, trust in God, and emunah, belief in God.

But according to Michael Berenbaum, a Holocaust scholar who advises KFHEC on its exhibition, a historically honest exhibition will, inevitably, also challenge some Orthodox museum visitors’ preconceptions with its stories of piety under stress during the Holocaust. 
There is, for example, the case of Rabbi Yehoshua Moshe Aronson, who, while living in a labor camp, in Kolin, Czechoslovakia, was asked if it was permitted to eat nonkosher food not just to prevent death due to starvation, but also, preventively, to preserve one’s strength. Aronson not only permitted this, Berenbaum said, but also led by example, eating the prohibited food himself in public.

In another case, Rabbi Michoel Dov Weissmandl, a revered religious leader of World Agudath Israel, in Czechoslovakia, strongly criticized a Jewish partisan who showed him that he was continuing to wear his tzitzit, or prayer fringes, under his shirt even as he fought the Nazis. Rather than praise his religious commitment, Weissmandl remonstrated the fighter.
“What is it about the law of pikuach nefesh [preserving human life above other religious laws] that you don’t understand?” he asked, according to Berenbaum. Weissmandl feared that the partisan could be murdered by the Nazis or even by his fellow partisans if people knew he was Jewish. As Berenbaum related it, the rabbi instructed the partisan, “Your most important task is to survive.”
“They are in a process of wrestling with these kinds of stories,” Berenbaum said.

Kleinman has aims for the museum that go beyond just telling the story of the Holocaust itself. He wants visitors to learn about the vibrancy of Orthodox life in prewar Europe and about the flourishing of Orthodox life after the Holocaust. He also wants them to think more about anti-Semitism and about how easily a civilized country such as Germany could descend into barbarity. Jews often refer to America as a medina shel chessed — a country of kindness — Kleinman said. But toleration can disappear in an instant.
“We want these children to understand that [it] can be taken away from you like that,” he said, snapping his fingers. The Holocaust is a complex issue in the Orthodox world.

Many liberal or secular Jews refer to the Holocaust using the term Shoah, Hebrew for “catastrophe.” Ultra-Orthodox Jews are just as comfortable using the phrase Churban Europa, which uses using the same Yiddish word, churban, with which they describe the destruction of the Temple.

A small but significant minority in the ultra-Orthodox community believe that the Holocaust was divine punishment for Jewish assimilation, intermarriage and the emergence of liberal streams of Judaism, such as the Reform movement, that do not accept traditional Judaic religious strictures.
“The minority of the righteous undergo the tribulations sent because of the sinful majority,” wrote Avigdor Miller, a popular ultra-Orthodox rabbi who died more than 10 years ago, in “A Divine Madness,” a collection of his reflections on the Holocaust.

In an interview last year, Rabbi Yitzchok Frankfurter, editor of the Orthodox publication Ami Magazine, and a rabid hater of Israel, pushed Kleinman on whether the KFHEC would include different interpretations of the Holocaust.
“We’re not going to say that that generation was chosen to be punished for a specific reason,” Kleinman responded. “We’re not going to get involved in that.”

But at the end of the interview, a brief article advertising an upcoming KFHEC event commemorating the liberation of Buchenwald on Tisha B’Av noted that since the day the Second Temple was destroyed, “we have been exiled from our land, and we recognize that any subsequent persecution is a result of our distance from Hashem.”

Although the article was written from the perspective of the KFHEC inviting people to attend its own event, Kleinman said that Ami Magazine must have written the article,
An employee at Ami Magazine who identified herself as “Malkie” told the Forward this was incorrect. She said the article was submitted by the KFHEC.

Kleinman said that the museum will not negate the experience of the non-Orthodox or judge survivors who lost their faith. One of Kleinman’s own uncles, a survivor who lives in Haifa, Israel, is not observant.
But Kleinman and top administrators at the KFHEC stressed that the center would approach the Holocaust in a way that is not seen elsewhere.

Sholom Friedmann, director of the KFHEC, said that most Holocaust museums focus primarily on the Nazi persecution of Jews and on the message that the genocide must never be repeated.

Friedmann said that the KFHEC would focus on how Orthodox Jews maintained their faith and tradition during and after the Holocaust.

In several interviews with the Forward, Friedmann and his colleagues said that the Holocaust has been a neglected topic in the ultra-Orthodox education system for decades.
Most children have been raised in households of survivor parents or grandparents. But until recently, the Holocaust was not taught in ultra-Orthodox schools. Even today, only a minority of schools, mainly girls schools, teach the subject.
“This is a community that has more anecdotal information than anybody else,” said Berenbaum. “But what they don’t have is historical context in which to have the experience.”
Julie Golding, the KFHEC’s director of education, said that one of the principle reasons the Holocaust was avoided for so long was that many communal leaders were Holocaust survivors. The subject of the Holocaust was too raw for them, so they focused instead on rebuilding the Jewish community.

The KFHEC was supposed to open last year. But according to Kleinman, the project was delayed because it kept growing and the design had to be modified.
The museum will be housed in a Boro Park synagogue, Agudas Yisroel Zichron Moshe. The KFHEC is adding one and a half floors to the synagogue to create a 25,000-square-foot space.

In addition to exhibition space, the KFHEC will also hold an archive, a research library, an education department, an interactive media center and a video testimony room that will focus on Orthodox Holocaust survivors.
Construction is yet to begin, but Kleinman said that bidders packages would be sent out before Passover, and work is expected to start in the coming months. He expects that the museum will open by the summer of 2015.

The KFHEC has hired some big names for its project. David Layman, who helped design the National September 11 Memorial Museum and the Illinois Holocaust Museum, in Skokie, is in charge of exhibition design. Berenbaum, who is in charge of the exhibition narrative, was previously project director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.

Berenbaum said the permanent exhibition would consist of three sections: What the Nazis did to all Jews; how Jews of all persuasions responded to the Holocaust; and, finally, the unique perspective of Orthodox Jewry.

The last element will include an overview of Orthodox life in Europe before, during and after the war, the rebirth of Orthodox life in the displaced persons camps of Europe, and the rebuilding of Orthodox life in America and Israel.

It will also include rabbinic responsa, or decisions, made by rabbis about when and how to follow religious law during and after the Holocaust.

Despite the focus on subjects of special interest to an Orthodox audience, the Kleinman Center’s leadership stressed that the museum would welcome all visitors.
Cindy Darrison, a former Democratic fundraiser and now the KFHEC’s vice president of institutional advancement, said, “This is inclusive of the Orthodox community, not exclusive to the Orthodox Jewish community.”

Creating a welcoming environment for visitors on the more conservative end of the Orthodox spectrum means making some sacrifices. A handout from the museum stresses that digital content and online resources will be “subject to appropriate filtering and packaging.”

Friedmann said there are “not going to be any displays people might find offensive.”
Rabbi Dovid Reidel, the KFHEC’s director of research and archives division, said museum staff are still grappling with how to portray women in the Holocaust without upsetting religious sensitivities.
“The last thing we want to do is suggest there weren’t women in the Holocaust,” Reidel said.

One recent day at KFHEC’s temporary office space in the Mill Basin section of Brooklyn, Reidel showed off several examples of artifacts the museum will display. One was a dark-brown suitcase, once owned by Edith Horovitz, a teenage girl from Hungary who was sent to the Budapest ghetto in 1944.

Reidel pulled out a photograph of Horovitz, who looked strikingly secular. She wore long, braided hair and a dark dress decorated close to the neckline with flowers. Reidel said Horovitz “was a religious Hungarian Jew, with the emphasis on Hungarian.”

Horovitz used precious space inside the small suitcase she took into the ghetto to store a challah cover. “This is a story of someone who is not Hasidish,” Reidel said, “but it was important for her to bring the challah cover.” Reidel turned to an album put together by Kathe Judith Goldbart, an Orthodox girl who escaped from Berlin to Shanghai in 1939, when she was 10 years old. Among the scenes in the album are photographs of Goldbart, dressed in the fashion of the day, relaxing with her family.

Asked how the museum could depict both women’s stories without offending ultra-Orthodox men, Reidel said that on days when ultra-Orthodox school groups visit the museum, they might have to make sure no images of the women are on display.
The KFHEC has organized a special event showcasing Goldbart’s Holocaust story, which will be held at Kol Yaakov Hall, in Brooklyn, on May 14.
The event will be for women only.