Bobov split


  • The Challenge of Being One
  • Bobov-45 Splitting Shabbos Minyanim
  • Hasidim all right, and I don’t like what I see’d
  • Brooklyn Jewish leaders flock to Andrew Yang
  • March 12th @ 11pm : Deadline passed
  • Nigunim Sung at Bobov 45 Tish
  • Photo Essay: Yom Kippur And Erev Sukkos Scenes By Bobov 45 Rebbe (Photos By JDN)
  • The Challenge of Being One

    Print There are approximately 14 million Jews in this world, among whom about one million consider themselves Chasidic. The Chasidim are separated into 30 different sects, or dynasties.

    Three of the most significant dynasties — Satmer, Bobov and Vizhnitz — are split in half. The fact of the matter is, within most every Jewish community there are strong divisions and conflicts. We are one? Not at all. All we can really say about the Jews is: We are one of a kind. We do not share data with third party vendors. Free Sign Up The truth is, there have always been divisions among our people. In the early s, when the Reform Movement voted to accept patrilineal descent to identify a Jew, this caused an irreparable division among our people.

    That has not happened. Similarly, there are elements within the Orthodox community who attempt to deny the existence of Reform and Conservative Judaism, operating on the basis that given the rate of intermarriage and assimilation, those Jews will eventually disappear.

    That is not going to happen. Likewise, if the thing is pure it is impossible that it will not have within it some impurity.

    And man, too, is variform in thought … it is impossible that all human thought will follow one path. We can disagree without being disagreeable. Every Jew has the right to be wrong. Let God judge, we are not His policemen. Like it or not, we need each other. All of the historic accomplishments of our generation — the re-establishment of the State of Israel, freedom for Soviet Jewry, the establishment of day schools throughout America — came about because Jews of all backgrounds stood united.

    There, we are one. If we can do it there, why not everywhere?

    Bobov-45 Splitting Shabbos Minyanim

    There remains some ambiguity over whether the Democrats currently have the necessary votes to pass the legislation, and with the issue of raising or suspending the national debt ceiling likely to take priority in the Senate in early December, the passage of the bill may still take some time.

    There are four main pillars of investment: childcare and caregiving, healthcare, the middle class, and climate change. Some moderates had indicated they would not fully commit their support for the reconciliation bill until the CBO report was released, but eventually only one Democrat joined every House Republican in voting against the legislation. What can be considered legitimate under the budget rules will be decided by the Senate Parliamentarian — an unelected, nonpartisan official advisor of chamber rules.

    Republicans may use it to unsettle the proceedings and exert some pressure on the Democrats, who cannot spare a single defector when the time comes to vote. Support from Manchin and Sinema, two moderate Democrats, will be vital One of the most pressing factors in Senate negotiations will be trying to cement the support of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin.

    Throughout most of the summer, Manchin has been joined in his resistance to committing full support for the bill by Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema, who effectively blocked ambitions by the Democrats earlier in the year to significantly raise taxes on wealthy individuals and corporations to pay for much of the Build Back Better package. Whilst not a certainty, there are signs that her concerns have since been somewhat smoothed out. In particular, a compromise agreement on prescription drug pricing was found in late October between Sinema and Democratic leadership — an issue the party had been wrangling over for months.

    Finding an agreement with Sinema is a strong sign that the bill is moving in the right direction. Manchin has carved out significant influence over the direction of the Democratic agenda since Biden took hold of the White House, and paid family leave may not be the only policy he is looking to effect. Manchin leads the way in donations received from energy sectors in Congress, and according to reporting by The Guardian receives roughly half a million dollars a year in stock dividends from a coal brokerage firm he founded in Clearly, there are a lot of moving parts in the next chapter of the Build Back Better bill, and its final package could turn out in a number of ways.

    Presenting progress when holding majorities, albeit fragile, will be critical to any hopes the Democrats have next summer. But with the fate of the agenda remaining ambiguous, it would not be surprising to see the Build Back Better legislation scaled back further in the name of cementing support.

    Hasidim all right, and I don’t like what I see’d

    Brooklyn Jewish leaders flock to Andrew Yang

    Finding an agreement with Sinema is a strong sign that the bill is moving in the right direction. Manchin has carved out significant influence over the direction of the Democratic agenda since Biden took hold of the White House, and paid family leave may not be the only policy he is looking to effect. Manchin leads the way in donations received from energy sectors in Congress, and according to reporting by The Guardian receives roughly half a million dollars a year in stock dividends from a coal brokerage firm he founded in Clearly, there are a lot of moving parts in the next chapter of the Build Back Better bill, and its final package could turn out in a number of ways.

    Presenting progress when holding majorities, albeit fragile, will be critical to any hopes the Democrats have next summer. Disclosure: I was involved in this case at the beginning, on behalf of one of the competing groups of Bobov hasidim mainly in Brooklyn and Monsey, New Yorkwhose adherents split into two camps after the death of the late Grand Rabbi Naftali Halberstam, son of the Grand Rabbi Shlomo Halberstama towering figure who built a great dynasty on American soil following the destruction of his family and court in the Holocaust.

    March 12th @ 11pm : Deadline passed

    My friend and former partner, David Stein of Montvale, New Jersey, is a Bobover hasid, and he is still handling this work, and the client has authorized us to discuss this in public. We say it should not, and now David has filed 12 oppositions to pending trademark registrations see here and here to prevent it from doing so. We took the unusual step of writing a letter of protest during the pendency of the trademark application.

    To avoid this, the Rebbe felt that it was necessary to have the window fixed right away. However, if anyone decides to start fighting with those spreading them, I will not be mochel them in this world or in Olam Habah. The Rebbe was also moser nefesh to help Yidden in whatever way possible. Many stories are told of his mesiras nefesh to save as many people as possible during the Holocaust.

    Nigunim Sung at Bobov 45 Tish

    One such story took place when the Rebbe was in the relative safety at least at that time of Romania. He knew that his relatives were still in Hungary and were in grave danger. He received money from Mrs. This person said that he would go into Hungary on condition that they would leave the very next day.

    As it turned out, one family member was missing and the Rebbe wanted to stay another day to try to locate her. While the family was discussing what to do, the missing family member showed up, explaining that her father, the Kedushas Tzion, had come to her in a dream, telling her to join with the rest of her family.

    Photo Essay: Yom Kippur And Erev Sukkos Scenes By Bobov 45 Rebbe (Photos By JDN)

    After the Holocaust, the Rebbe continued his mesiras nefesh, helping many Yidden rebuild their lives, both physically and spiritually. On the West Side of Manhattan, where his kehillah was located for a while, he would even clean the mikvah himself, if necessary, in order to make sure that it would be available for use.

    One Shavuos night, people noticed how the Rebbe left the bais medrash every hour for a couple of minutes.


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