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Thursday, 24 Sivan, 5779
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    Buddhist Monks Tour Museum

    Sri Lankan Ambassador to the UN Palitha Kohona led a convoy of Buddhist monks on a tour of the Jewish Children's Museum. Full Story, Photos

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    ovdei avodah zara
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    ovdei avodah zara

    heim

    Arabs
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    Arabs

    cool i am the first one to comment just i question are they Arabs or Muslims cause they defiantly look it

    hu?
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    hu?

    Are monks allowed to smile?

    wow
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    wow

    Keep up ur great work Rabbi Benjaminson

    Wow
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    Wow

    Here is one Chabad organization that truly does positive work.

    weird way
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    weird way

    weird way to get an acquaintanceship in lubavitch with judaism

    oh how the mighty have fallen

    i wouldve recommended tour of 770 or crown heights

    to #6
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    to #6

    sad to say but 770 today is not a place that can represent Judaism, Lubavitch or the Rebbe in a positive light….

    cool
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    cool

    weird and interesting

    but still cool

    To #1
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    To #1

    Exactly what I was thinking.

    agree with 7
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    agree with 7

    unfortunately, i would NOT recommend a tour of 770.
    And in crown heights, you don’t exactly see elokus rolling down the streets.

    # 7
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    # 7

    i agree

    Pic # 4
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    Pic # 4

    Who’s the guy in picture number 4 setting up the food? Hope it tasted good!

    to #7
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    to #7

    i agree with you 100%!!

    to #2
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    to #2

    are they arabs or muslims?

    DIDN’T THE ARTICLE CLEARLY STATE THEY ARE BUDIST MONKS. i don’t get your question. They are neither arab nor muslim, they are asian if anything.

    Go Yonit!!
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    Go Yonit!!

    a new havener

    To #1
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    To #1

    Buddaism is a mixed bag, like the religion of Edom. Some worship idols, but in principle, it is almost more of a philosophy of how and why to escape from the world, than it is a religion. In any case, Chazal also talked to idolators to explain Judaism.

    Have you experienced a MOTZEI yomtov expression in 770 lately?!
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    Have you experienced a MOTZEI yomtov expression in 770 lately?!

    To the debtractors of 770 – why don’t you take your ignorant and negative selves and go to 770 between mincha and maariv EVERY motzei yomtov – Rosh Hashana, Simchas Torah, Pesachj, Shavuous etc. – and see a farbrengen WITH the Rebbe – but unfortunately you don’t SEE the Rebbe! You just FEEL the Rebbe. You don’t have a clue what’s going on there – it’s an opportunity to “BE with” the REbbe. It’s truly above “teva” to be by these farbrengens. But, to borrow a secular expression – “You can take a horse to the water, but you cannot… Read more »

    to #1-2-9-14
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    to #1-2-9-14

    they are NO arabs and NO muslim. Its a tottaly different religion. buddhist. Come one every one, a minimum of culture…!

    go goldy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    go goldy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    you’re awesome!!

    Buddhism and Judaism: "Tolerance, self-understanding, and non-violence."
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    Buddhism and Judaism: "Tolerance, self-understanding, and non-violence."

    Nope, Judaism does not preach that.

    For sure not “non-violence,” that is Ganhdi, we teach that if someone comes to kill you, you kill him first. And the Rebbe in the 1960’s spoke about not taking terrorists prisoner, lest that give the arabs ideas of prisoner exchanges, v’dal

    ?????
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    ?????

    Batya where are you? I expect to see you in anything that shows Lubavitch in a positive light.

    What people won't say....
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    What people won't say....

    #2, Buddhists are not muslim or arab, they don’t even look it. They look almost Indian if anything. #1, They are ovdei avodah zarah, but so what? They can’t visit the museum? (#7) As far as 770, the question is, is it appropriate for the kedusha of 770 to bring a bunch of Buddhist monks in full regalia in there? (#6) And what are people kvetching about bringing them to Crown Heights? They were in Crown Heights! Last I checked, that’s where the JCM is! I think it’s a great and informative way to expose them to yiddishkeit. Do you… Read more »

    grreat works rabbi,g-d bless the works .
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    grreat works rabbi,g-d bless the works .

    doing the work of the most high, loving thy nieghbors as thyself…bles bless bless.

    learn about foreign cultures
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    learn about foreign cultures

    to all u cultural amoratzim, bhhuddism isn’t a religion (even though ppl do worship buhddah, that is not bhudism)

    bhuddism is a philosophy. it does not even talk about Hashem. it mostly talks about the teachings of mr. bhuddah whom his followers consider an enlightened teacher.

    but buddah never called himself a prophet or a god.
    bhuddists mostly teach about relating to this world- how to relate to one’s thoughts& 2 the world.

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