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Download as many books as you like Personal use 3. Cancel the membership at any time if not satisfied. Markus Jensen I did not think that this would work, my best friend showed me this website, and it does! Michael Strebensen wtf this great ebook for free?! On this level sins are not only absolved so that they are as if they had never occurred , but are themselves transformed into merits. Asarah BeTeves merely involved a siege of Jerusalem. The city itself remained intact, the Temple functioned normally and even the sacrifices continued as usual.
Asarah BeTeves, unlike other fasts, cannot be deferred to another day if it falls on Shabbos according to one opinion The reason for the severity of Asarah BeTeves is as follows. The siege of Jerusalem was the root of all subsequent calamities. It ultimately led to the invasion of the city on the 17th of Tammuz and eventually, to the destruction of the Holy Temple the House of the L-rd , on Tishah beAv.
And, as the underlying idea behind all fasts is to arouse the heart to open the road to Teshuvah, Asarah BeTeves must evoke a deeper sense of Teshuvah. Therefore, the laws of the fast associated with this Teshuvah have an unusual degree of severity. As soon as this siege is detected, any feasible, measure must be employed in an all-out effort to break it. If this effort is not made, the most trivial of sieges can have disastrous results, G-d forefend.
Disguising himself in a cloak of piety, the Yetzer HaRa explains the Jew that by overlooking a minor Mitzvah, he will gain in the observance of one or more major Mitzvos. The Yetzer HaRa further explains that the Torah itself permits a person to neglect one precept in favor of another, as in the case of a negative commandment being suspended when it clashes with a positive commandment, or in a situation where the Shabbos laws are suspended when a life is at stake. In truth, however, the Yetzer HaRa is not at all interested in safeguarding the more stringent precepts.
This latter situation ultimately degenerates to the point where the person sells not only minor Mitzvos, but major Mitzvos as well.
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The answer to this is as follows: He has given human beings free choice to either serve Him or do otherwise. The aforementioned lesson has particular bearing on Jewish education. There are those who believe that if we are to convince either those children who have not yet had a Jewish education, or their parents, of the importance of enrolling in a Torah day school, we must make certain compromises and minor but not major concessions.
A compromised education will not prepare the child for a steadfast fear of Heaven at a later age. On the contrary, he will continue to compromise. As Rebbe of a Russia-based Jewish movement, Schneersohn was vehemently outspoken against the atheistic Communist regime and its goal of forcibly eradicating religion throughout the land. He purposely directed his followers to set up religious schools, going against the dictates of the Marxist - Leninist " dictatorship of the proletariat ".
In , he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in Warsaw. In , he was forced by the Cheka Russian secret police to leave Rostov due to the Yevsektsiya's slander, and settled in Leningrad.
In , he established a number of yeshivot in Bukhara. He was primarily responsible for the maintenance of the now-clandestine Chabad yeshiva system, which had ten branches throughout Russia by this time.
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He was under continual surveillance by agents of the NKVD. In , he was arrested and imprisoned in the Bolshoy Dom in Leningrad. He was accused of counter-revolutionary activities, and sentenced to death. This was also commuted following political pressure from the outside, and he was finally allowed to leave Russia for Riga in Latvia, where he lived from until Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak's release from Soviet imprisonment is celebrated each year by the Chabad community.
After his release, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak then went to the Land of Israel where he saw holy gravesites, local yeshivas and Torah centers,  and met with rabbis and community leaders from August 7—22, ,  leaving just prior to the massacre by Arabs of nearly 70 Jews living in Hebron on August Following his trip to Israel, he turned his attention to the United States, arriving in Manhattan on September 17, 12 Elul on the French passenger liner France.
The government of the United States of America, which was still neutral, used its diplomatic relations to convince Nazi Germany to rescue Schneersohn from the war zone in German-occupied Poland. He gave the full support of his organizations to assist as many Jews as possible to flee the invading armies. With the intercession of the United States Department of State in Washington, DC and with the lobbying of many Jewish leaders, such as Jacob Rutstein , on behalf of the Rebbe and, reputedly, also with the help of Admiral Wilhelm Canaris ,  the head of the Abwehr , he was finally granted diplomatic immunity and given safe passage to go via Berlin to Riga , Latvia where the Rebbe was a citizen and which was still free and then on to New York City, where he arrived on 19 March Klaus Schenk, a "half-Jew" and Pvt.
Johannes Hamburger, a "quarter-Jew" assigned to locate the Rebbe in Poland and escort him safely to freedom. Ironically, without the rescue of Rebbe Schneersohn, the rescue of his son-in-law and the next Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneeron would not have happened.
Working with the government and the contacts Schneersohn had with the US State Department, Chabad was able to save Menachem Mendel from Vichy France in before the borders were closed down. When Schneersohn came to America he was the first major Chasidic leader to move permanently to the United States  two of his chassidim came to him, and said not to start up all the activities in which Lubavitch had engaged in Europe, because "America is different.
Schneersohn wrote, "Out of my eyes came boiling tears", and undeterred, the next day he started the first Lubavitcher Yeshiva in America, declaring that "America is no different. A special dispensation was arranged wherein the federal judge came to "" to officiate at Rabbi Yoseph Yitzchak's citizenship proceedings, rather than the Rebbe travel to a courthouse for the proceedings. Uniquely, the event was recorded on color motion film. In , Schneersohn died in his home in Brooklyn and many members, even the next Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson, declared him the Messiah.
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This caused a lot of problems for the Chabad community just like it would when Menachem Mendel Schneerson died in , and many in the community declared him the Messiah. When this happened, many stopped declaring Rebbe Schneersohn the Messiah and focused on building out the community under the new Rebbe Schneerson note: Following the sixth Chabad Rebbe's escape from Nazi occupied Poland and his settlement in New York City, Rabbi Yoseph Yitzchok issued a call for repentance, stating L'alter l'tshuva, l'alter l'geula "speedy repentance brings a speedy redemption".
In return, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok was critical of the efforts of Rabbis Kalmanowitz and Kotler based on the suspicion that Kalmanowitz and Kotler were discriminating in their use of funds, placing their yeshivas before all else, and that the Mizrachi and Agudas Harabonim withdrew their support of the Vaad after they discovered this fact. Schneersohn was already physically weak and ill from his suffering at the hands of the Communists and the Nazis , but he had a strong vision of rebuilding Orthodox Judaism in America, and he wanted his movement to spearhead it.
In order to do so, he went on a building campaign to establish religious Jewish day schools and yeshivas for boys and girls, women and men. He established printing houses for the voluminous writings and publications of his movement, and started the process of spreading Jewish observance to the Jewish masses worldwide.
He began to teach publicly, and many came to seek out his teachings. He began gathering and sending out a small number of his newly trained rabbis to other cities - a trend later emulated and amplified by his son-in-law and successor, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. After Schneersohn's passing, his gravesite, known as "the Ohel ", became a central point of focus for his successor Menachem Mendel Schneerson, who would visit it regularly for many hours of prayer, meditation, and supplication for Jews all over the world.
After his successor's passing and burial next to his father-in-law, philanthropist Joseph Gutnick of Melbourne, Australia, established the Ohel Chabad-Lubavitch Center on Francis Lewis Boulevard in Queens , which is located adjacent to the joint gravesite. During his life in Smolensk , Rabbi Schneersohn set up a collection of his family's religious books and writings. It includes texts dating back to the 16th century.