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Tishrei Ad Causes Controversy

A leftist Knesset member is furious after misunderstanding a quote from the Rebbe on not rushing to spend Tishrei in New York. Full Story

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Everyone chilll
October 3, 2017 8:50 am

Even the title of the article is slightly exaggerated ie “Knesset member furious” I dont think he’s furious. I think hes trying to get attention like most leftists are.
That said, I think the ad is an extreme misrepresentation of the Rebbe which is not okay.

To #7
October 3, 2017 4:33 am

What system are you taking about the Rebbe was the system and his system is to go to rabonim and have a mashpia which your so called system destroyed no respect for rabonim and you are living in tecnecolor if you still think there is a system money money money is now the system……..

Our own
October 2, 2017 10:20 pm

Our own fellow lubavitchers just done think twice whether they might be turning people of,or whether they might cause a resentment against the ŕebbe Chas vsholom
I guess,Seychel is important

Uhh
October 2, 2017 2:28 pm

How is this a Mishichist add there is no Yechi!
Actually I think anti-s ignore more of the Rebbes words, because it just doesnt make sense to their Gashmius eyes. Look at all the reconstructed Sichos

how irresponbsible!!!!!!
October 2, 2017 2:05 pm

There are HUNDREDS of answers the other way. Who makes these ads and WHO gives them the right to pick and choose answers from the Rebbe, take them out of context, and be MERACHEK hundreds of people!!!

This is what happens when Lubavitch becomes hefker and everyone feels they can do what they want.

I cannot fathom the mind that would put up these ads
October 2, 2017 2:04 pm

Does someone sit all day and think, “How can I turn people off from chasidus?”

Not surprised
October 2, 2017 12:13 pm

This is the natural result of the breakdown in respect for the the Rebbe’s mosdos after Gimmel Tammuz. Die to the meshichists who decides they no longer had to follow the established protocol for who can represent Chabad and the Rebbe in print and other media.
Slowly those who scoffed are seeing the detriment they have caused and realize the wisdom of the system the Rebbe established. A bit late but never too late to do teshuvah

This is not the first
October 2, 2017 12:11 pm

He’s been putting up these stupid ads for years

this ad is from people with an agenda
October 2, 2017 10:55 am

They use the Rebbe in such a way to promote their agenda but otherwise they have nothing to do with the Rebbe

Kesuba
October 2, 2017 10:40 am

Wonder how many people nowadays pay attention to the words of the kesuba that a husband ” will work honor, feed and support you in the custom of Jewish men”?

Um, why even feature such an ad?
October 2, 2017 10:39 am

Not smart to make an ad out of this! Is it really necessary? Are Israeli women abandoning their families in droves to come to New York? What was the goal here? Quite the faux pas. I hope there will be full-on damage control by the perpetrators. Possibly with an ad wherein the Rebbe seeks the WIFE’s approval to go to NY. (This is what happens when people take the Rebbe’s private letters and apply them as blanket policies for all. We’ve seen it with go to college/don’t go to college. Sheitels only/hat is okay. Talk to your kallah/don’t talk to… Read more »

one more part of golus that needs fixing
October 2, 2017 9:39 am

Pretty sick how people misconstrue and distort the words of Kedushas nasi b’doranu. Nothing new under the sun.

This was a Teshuva Protis, not meant for the public
October 2, 2017 9:13 am

This was answered to a woman who insisted on coming to the Rebbe for Tishrei even though her husband didn’t want her to, and has caused a strain on their Sholom Bayis. Taking a private answer that was not a Teshuva Klolis and posting it on a public bus is extremely irresponsible and very misleading. The Rebbe emphasized more than once that not every answer of his is meant for everyone, and is based on the unique circumstances presented with the question. That being said, there are numerous answers for the Rebbe to HUSBANDS, instructing them not to come if… Read more »

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