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Due to anti-Jewish forces attempting to stop the kaporos tradition, Rabbi Shea Hecht of NCFJE encourages families to perform the minhag on Sunday at Bais Rivkah. Full Story

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what time will it at?

ignore
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ignore

best starategy Just ignore them they would love to engage u ignore….ignore…ignore…..like they dont exist

Thank You
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Thank You

Thank You for the sponsors
Btw when u say “Anti Jewish” u r 100% correct!

Thank you
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Thank you

For this important notice!

Zalmy Schapiro
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Zalmy Schapiro

to Rabbi Hecht and the NCFJE staff thank you so much for sharing the update i am happy it will be on Eastern Parkway as well Rabbi Hecht and NCFJE staff i want to wish you a Gamer Chasmaia Tovah thank you so much for the update

P'sak?
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P'sak?

I would like to see a p’sak signed by Rabbonim of all communities as to whether this minhag should continue being performed as is in “bulk”, or whether this should be something that people should do privately, i.e. buy your own chickens from a farm.

From Their facebook page
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From Their facebook page

Here is one of their quotes on their facebook page against Kaporos:

“Like some people say, we should have let hitler finish the job”

Aaron
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Aaron

BS”D
which location Monday night

NO NEED TO BE AFRAID
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NO NEED TO BE AFRAID

Why is Shia Hecht all of a sudden getting cold feet.
There is nothing to be concerned about.
The judge has ruled in our favor, and will continue to do so iyh.
There is no reason to stop doing the mitzvah b’ farhesyah

Cold feet?
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Cold feet?

Were you the one who just spent thousands of dollars on litigation? What is wrong with doing kapores by BR? There is no mitzva pirsumei nissa here.

So we will be hiding behind tarps now!?
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So we will be hiding behind tarps now!?

Moving it means they have “won.” Should we cover our kippahs with a baseball cap, too?

Abba
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Abba

There seems to be some chickens at Hadar Hatorah today as well.

Thank you so much
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Thank you so much

I just returned from kapporos in Bais Rivkah parking lot, and it was so smooth and well-organized — better than any kapporos I’ve ever experienced. Beautifully done, NCFJE!

Sim from BP - Reply to #9
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Sim from BP - Reply to #9

Rabbi H ain’t afraid. I’m not Chabbad, but I do understand that when the rabbi asked for people to “refrain from any interaction” you’d be the one iber-chacham explaining to these anti semitin that you won the case so there is no law breaking etc. there’s a famous thought that is not put into practice enough. It basically goes like this: better to do the right thing than to be right. Use your common sense, the good Rabbi sure did.

Hello
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Hello

There are no more chickens left as of 6:15 tonite
Had to buy tickets for tomorrow at double the price
for tomorrow at six o clock

I love the new location Thank you for your service

Why Let Them Win?
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Why Let Them Win?

Bad idea. Going undercover just empowers bullies. Kaporos should have been done outside, publicly, completely ignoring the anti-Jewish groups. What else are you going to start doing secretly? Because one ‘win’ will spur them on to another attack. This is not about kapparos, if you would just OPEN YOUR EYES you can see that it’s about everything we stand for. They are obssesed with us in an unhealthy way. You walk past them on the street and their conversation is always about us and the ‘insular community’ (and they are always loud enough so that the ‘insular ones’ will know… Read more »

to number 16
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to number 16

its not undercover. its just in private property.

why is everyone getting so upset
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why is everyone getting so upset

It doesn’t say anywhere that it has to be done in public so I don’t see any problem with taking a step back. Sometimes it’s not about winning or losing but being smart. I grew up bringing the chickens home and no one knew about it. We weren’t hiding we were just doing our own thing. Not everything you believe in needs to be shown to the world. Work on yourself and you won’t have so much time to think about if others’ decisions are correct.

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