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- Multiple DatesSun, May 29Live Zoom Meeting
- Sun, Apr 03Jerusalem
שלום וברכה לכל עם ישראל ותומכי'ה
שמחים אנו לבשר על כינוס הקמת הסנהדרין בימות המשיח, ראש חודש ניסן ראש השנה למלכים ולמועדים הבאה עלינו לטובה ולברכה ה'תשפ"ב. בניין בית המקדש נעשית על ידי מלך שמצווה, מינוי מלך נעשה על ידי סנהדרין
(ע"פ הלכה למעשה כמבואר ברמב"ם הלכות מלכים) ראשי עדה, אנשי שם, רבנים והעוסקים בצ"צ באמונה מוזמנים לכינוס ההיסטורי הזה. כעם, הרוצה גאולה נבוא יחד לשם הגאולה.
Link to learn more on the Sanhedrin
Link to learn more on the ships of Tarshish
כנסו לקישור ללמוד על Ships of Tarshish (קיבוץ גלוית)
Link to The Seven Laws Of Noach
Link to The Sanhedrin Market
כנסו לקישור ללמוד על ה Sanhedrin Market (כספם וזהבם איתם)
Schedule For The Sanhedrin Event
April 3rd 2022 - 2nd Of Nissan 5782
9:15 am - 10:00am Host - Rabbi Yosef Edery – opening Remarks
10:00am - 11:00am - Honorable Rabbi Peretz Hakohen
11:00 am - 12:00pm Yair Levi (Musician)
Rabbi David Bar Chaim (or letter from Rabbi Bar Chaim) – Head of Machon Shilo And Leading Member Of Beis Havaad. Topic: Sanhedrin Need, What is a Melech, Machon Shilo And Its world thus far. The New Kehilat torat hashem bierets yisroel.
1:15 Mincha Prayer
2:00 pm – 3::00 pm Lunch (Sushi - Mehadrin)
3:00pm -4:00pm Professor Mr. Avrum Ehrlich
4:00 -5:00pm Rabbi Ariel –The Temple Institute.
5:00pm Host - Rabbi Yosef Edery – Closing Remarks followed by Open Panel Discussion
וכל המרבה לספר ביציאת מצרים הרי זה משובח.
More On Our Speakers At The Event:
כבוד הרב דוד בר חיים - ראש מכון שילו
About Machon Shilo:
Machon Shilo, under the leadership of HaRav David Bar Hayim, is dedicated to the promotion, discovery, and dissemination of Torat Eretz Yisrael, the halachic approach and method that the Jewish people need to serve Hashem and keep his Torah as an independent nation in their homeland. The Rav defines this mission as "laying the groundwork for a restatement and reconstitution of Jewish thought and practice, based on the Written Law and the Oral Tradition (Torah ShebiKhtav and Torah SheBa’al Peh), in order to facilitate the realization of the Jewish nation’s divinely mandated purpose and duty to establish “a nation of priests, a holy people (שמות יט:ו)".
At present, though millions of Jews have fulfilled the dream of their forefathers to return home, they have brought with them their identity as members of a specific galut community. The local customs and traditions of Hungarian, Yemenite, Polish, Iraqi, Lithuanian, Moroccan, and other communities served an essential role in helping the Jewish people survive nearly two thousand years of exile. Today, however, we have more to do than merely survive: we have been given the opportunity, and therefore the obligation, to fulfill the command of the Torah to create a mamlechet kohanim v'goy kadosh, replete with a Jewish king, a Jewish Sanhedrin, and, of course, the Temple in Yerushalayim. The emphasis on preserving ethnic identities and traditions makes it impossible for religious Jews to work meaningfully towards these goals or to provide a credible model of national Jewish leadership. Only by embracing Torat Eretz Yisrael can we fulfil our national mission.
The concept of Torat Eretz Yisrael combines many elements: Using the full range of halachic texts bequeathed to us by Hazal, including the Yerushalmi and Tosefta, rather than arbitrarily giving the Talmud Bavli exclusive dominance.
Re-examining established practices and rulings that contradict the primary halachic sources from Hazal.
Drawing on the liturgical tradition from Eretz Yisrael, which ended with the near-extinction of the community during the crusades.
An approach to p'sak halacha that is based on assumption that by adhering to halacha, as defined and transmitted to us by Hazal, we are fulfilling the will of the Creator and that His will is not dependent on which exile community our grandfathers lived in.
The underlying principle of mainstream orthodoxy is not to change. This ideology was developed in response to the haskalah and resulting reformist movements, and the Jewish people owe an eternal debt to the titanic figures of the past 200 years who ensured the survival of halacha in the face of mass apostasy and assimilation. The truth remains, however, that in many cases the Torah and halacha themselves demand change and today we are clearly mandated to repair many broken elements of the halachic system, and to rebuild others that have not existed for generations.
Machon Shilo draws on a tradition going back to the greatest of the rishonim - including the Rambam and Ramban - who were not afraid to correct errant practices according to their considered understanding of primary halachic texts. It also finds inspiration in the writings of haRav Avraham Kook, who articulated the need for an updated halachic system to meet the needs - and duties - of the Jewish people in the era of kibbutz galuyot. These teachings of Rav Kook have been forgotten by most of the National Religious world, but the urgent necessity of heeding them becomes more evident with each passing year.
הרב יוסף אדרעי - ראש היועצים ד"בית הועד" ומייסד
Moshiach News Global
About Moshiach News Global
Than Student Rabbi Yosef Edery, Began with his website http://www.ae770.blogspot.com/ to accompany his out reach work in Manhattan known as "Mivtsoyim" which he did for 5- 7 years in the New York area, later moving on to be a "Elter Bachur shliach" in yeshivas Postville Iowa for a year where he gave shiurim in Inyonei Geulah U'Moshiach for that year to some 30 - 40 students amongst the other regular studies of a typical chabad yeshiva.
over the years Yosef has networked with Noahides and Jewish scholars globally via social media, and over the years has been ahead of his time addressing the dangers of human trafficking, the nature of the podophilic issues in U.S. politics. the dangers of vaccines, and much more.
all this in addition to the positive vein of creating the template for the realistic Geulah in our day. this is a very delicate job as many Jews have gotten used to a certain narrative they cling to in one way or another. so, giving a general message needs to be 100% correct according to Jewish law and somehow not negate completely Jewish traditions and so on... we have the "lion and lamb" Yeshivah WhatsApp group. the "Sanhedrin newsroom office" group, as well as many other services and activities as can be seen on our website www.mnglobal.org
currently on the board of MN Global is:
Martial Arts - Tai Chi Student Mr. Shawn Lei
Columnist & Martial Arts Instructor
Learned the ancient knowledge of the Chinese culture rich in meditation tai chi and spiritual refinement techniques, plays guitar, comes from a family with medical background, and student of military studies Shawn's family traces back to Chinese royalty - The Zhou dynasty.
Dr. Baruch Margolioth Trappler M.D.
Author & Kabbalistic Scholar
Whose great-great- grandfather was a descendant of Rabbeinu Tam who was raised by the Baal Shem Tov. www.briantrappler.com
Rabbi Yosef Edery
Columnist & Graphics Designer
Grew up in Crown Heights Brooklyn, learned about Moshiach in "770 Moshiach Central" for most of youth, did 8 years in the Yeshiva system including learning in New York, Brunoy France and Postville Iowa. Currently lives in the Golan heights, the Holy Land.
Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
United Nation Envoy
Works in the united nations to promote the seven laws of Noah.
Honorable Noahide Eliyahu Zerubavel
Noahide Scholar and Advertising For Moshiach News Global.
כבוד הרב פרץ ריבקין הכהן - ראש כיתת לומדי כהונה
Kehuna.org, an affiliate of Igud HaKohanim Inc., is a New York based not-for-profit educational organization that is enthusiastic about the Jewish priesthood being relevant to today and future generations. The priesthood is divinely tasked to facilitate the connection between humanity and G-d via the holy temple in Jerusalem. We are passionate about educating all of humanity across the globe about the importance of the biblical priesthood. Igud HaKohanim Inc. is a registered 501(c) (3) not-for profit organization run and managed by kohanim.
Our work includes primary educational activities regarding the Jewish priesthood and spreading its message via print syndication, social media and personal interaction.
Rabbi Peretz HaKohen Rivkin
Board of Directors
Rabbi Simcha HaKohen Cohen
Rabbi Efrayim HaKohen Katz-Shurpin