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Misleading title
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Misleading title

Nothing against Chabad. Religious institutions win lawsuit against FEMA would be more accurate.

Sandy
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Sandy

I wish they were there for shuls after Sandy. We never fully rebuilt. We still have tremendous damage.
I am happy for you!

why are we building in golus?
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why are we building in golus?

make alyiah and build in our true land!

MAGA
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MAGA

Once again, thank you President Donald J Trump

To #1
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To #1

You are correct. COLLIVE can and should improve its misleading headlines.

To #3
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To #3

We are REBUILDING in Golus in order to END Golus.

When we transform the diaspora into a mini Eretz Yisrael, we bring redemption to the entire world at which point we will join you in our holy land.

May it happen NOW. L’chaim

TO #3
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TO #3

Very good question. The Frierdiker Rebbe addresses this issue in a sicha. (I don’t remember the date)…Rebuilding in golus is compared to traveling with the mishkan that had to be constructed at times after being in one place overnight and had to be packed up to travel the next morning and other times where B”Y camped during the day, they had to pack up the mishkan to spend the night somewhere else. (There were times that yidden stayed in the same spot for 20 years also!) The same with us… although we have to be ready for Moshiach to come… Read more »

To Number 3
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To Number 3

We actually learnt recently in Gemara, and also the Rebbe says, that it’s not about where you are living. It’s about where your focus is, when we constantly think about Hashem and Eretz Yisroel, we are thereby “living in Eretz Yisroel” and doing the right thing, even more so than those that live there and are completely unassociated. The Rebbe also discussed that you should only move there if you will benefit Eretz Yisroel; it’s economy, etc and never if it is just to run away from your current issues where you are.

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