בית דין צדק העולמי

סנהדרין

שופטים ויועצים

"אשיבה שופטינו כבראשונה ויועצינו כבתחילה"

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Introduction to Sanhedrin.

The Sanhedrin is a current international justice system which is based on the Ancient moral and fair systems of justice of the Authentic Ancient Jews over 2 thousand years ago in the times of the 2 Jewish temples which has it's roots with Moses and the Nation of Israel Leaving Exile in Egypt
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Sanhedrin way of justice.

The bible, common sense, language, history and most importantly fair contracts are the foundation of the Sanhedrin's way, exclusively the Sanhedrin were made up of 70 scholars fluent in 70 languages and well versed in all types of worship worldwide,deep understanding of humanity made their judgement very well accepted and well revered.
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Pictured Left Above: Rav Cohen, our pro-Israel peace group representative in the U.N. Executive Director at Institute of Noahide Code with Nikki Haley Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations

The Closest Universal Attempt to the Sanhedrin today. 

The United Nations was established after WWI to bring peace and lower the conflicts worldwide after the horrific death tools begun to be comprehended by mankind, this peaceful initiative is currently the closest thing to the just and peace seeking system of law of the Sanhedrin. some of our MN Global members are part of the u.n. and we work with then to build on that vision of peace.
​Pictured Right Above: Interpreter and translator Shawn Lei During his visit to the U.N.  By Invitation of Rav Cohen.
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Napoleon's Sanhedrin's establishment was attempted. 

Napoleon Took out alleged abusers of power in his day, he paved the way to the creation of the republic structure we use in the modern world today. his dream was to bring justice to the world and he is the last man of his esteem to try and reestablish the Sanhedrin out of his love for peace worldwide.
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Why we are bringing the Sanhedrin Back to the 21st century 

We have been working for years to establish a bridge for people to be able to receive justice and respect in situations that may be heartbreaking, regardless of what their stance in society may be, we believe in human dignity and we feel that modern justice systems are sometimes inadequate or threatening, we work to fix that, to create a truly confidential place were people can solve their issues with dignity and respect.
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About Dr. Brian Trappler Leading Member of the Sanhedrin

After graduating Medical School in 1974 at WITS University in Johannesburg, Dr Trappler spent three years as a House-Officer in Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, and Intensive Coronary Care.

Having completed a psychiatric residency at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, he moved to Brooklyn, where he completed a two-year Fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine.

Dr. Trappler was Assistant Professor in Biological Research at Columbia University from 1988 to 1994

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pre-Sanhedrin - the Jewish advisory tradition.

Joseph (Yosef) son of Jacob/Israel is recorded in the Bible as the one who advised Pharaoh on his dreams and predicted the upcoming famine, than set out to save the world from hunger in seven years, this action saved the world from a real pandemic and made Pharaoh very rich and possibly saved mankind.

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Daniel and Nebuchadnezzar

Nebuchadnezzar II, king of Babylon c. 605 BC – c. 562 BC, was the longest-reigning and most powerful monarch of the Neo-Babylonian Empire. Daniel is the hero of the biblical Book of Daniel. A noble Jewish youth of Jerusalem, he is taken into captivity by Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon and serves the king, here too we see an example of the desire for Jewish advise by great leaders.

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Ahasuerus used the Sanhedrin.

Ahasuerus (Achashverosh) is a name applied in the Hebrew Bible to three rulers and to a Babylonian official in the Book of Tobit. In the Scroll of Ester, Mordechai is the Jewish leader and head of the Sanhedrin, he advised the king of Persia with his issues with disrespectful behavior from his wife, later Mordechai Foils an assassination attempt and saves the kings life, he was rewarded for that, just as a plot to kill the Jews failed.

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Noah and the brink of society.

In the bible Noah is in a world which has "lost it's way" theft murder and rape take over the world and the world seems to have no hope, Noah is the last "reboot" of the world and g-d uses him to save what is good and reestablish a g-dly presence. The boat references freedom and flight from disaster, as well as refuge in a unstable time. ever since than we - Humanity - are bound to this new moral code with g-d. 

Essential Reading Material:

the theory and practice of universal ethics/the Noahide By: Shimon Dovid Cohen

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Sanhedrin floating paradise concept

The actual Sanhedrin should be based in Israel, however the Cruise of the Sanhedrin can be used to meet dignitaries and/or the common folk all over the world so that they get to know other cultures better, the Sanhedrin will be a bridge of culture religion, faith and trust, it will be a bridge of honor justice cooperation and ethics for the common man as well as the world leadership. 

We plan on having an opportunity for many people to join our fleet of ships as we travel the world to learn and be inspired by exploring new counties and communities with the lenses of truth morality and sensitivity to the local customs, and a yearning for world peace, stability, compassion and kindness.

the Sanhedrin will need to stay updated on cultural shifts and changes to be able to administer proper and fair justice specially catered to the specifics of the the respective native people, this ongoing mission will require the Sanhedrin to sample the many ways of life throughout the world and to try and share the wisdom's they collect on their journeys with the rest of society.

The Rambam

Moses ben Maimon, commonly known as Maimonides and also referred to by the acronym Rambam, was a medieval Sephardic Jewish philosopher who became one of the most prolific and influential Torah scholars of the Middle Ages. In his time, he was also a preeminent astronomer and physician, serving as the personal physician and advisor of Saladin