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Unread 09-13-2005, 09:47 PM   #1
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In a special announcement transmitted to the Prime Minister through a special intermediary, the elder Kabbalist warned world Jewry to come to Israel

In a lecture given yesterday (Tuesday 9/13/'05) the elder Kabbalist Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri, called on world Jewry to come to Israel because of future natural disasters that will take place shortly. In the announcement Rav Kaduri says:


"I hereby find that it is necessary to pass this call to the ears of all the Jews of the world: That they should return to Eretz Yisrael because of the terrible dangers that awaits the world from nature's side,

"In the future HaKadosh Baruch Hu will bring huge disasters in the countries of the world, in order to sweeten decrees ("Dinim") for Eretz Yisrael.

"I am ordering to publish this call and to warn in order for the Jews in the world countries to know the approaching danger, and come to Eretz Yisrael for the building of Beit HaMikdash and the revelation of Moshiach Tzidkenu"



The words of Rav Kaduri, which were first made public on the show "Beginning from 'In the beginning'" on Arutz-7, were said in a kabbalah lecture which the elder kabbalist gave to his students between afternoon and evening prayers.

The Rav also revealed that the rashei teivos (initials) of the coming Hebrew year 5766 are "it will be a year of secret and revelation".
Rav Kaduri had his announcement brought to the Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, via a special messenger before the Prime Minister departed for the United States and he requested of him to call to Jews to come to Israel.
You might remember that Rav Kaduri, shlita, also foresaw the tsunami two weeks before it happened: http://www.israelnationalnews.org/news.php3?id=74451
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הרב כדורי מזהיר: אסונות טבע אורבים לעולם

בקריאה מיוחדת שנמסרה גם לראש הממשלה באמצעות שליח מיוחד, הזהיר זקן המקובלים את יהודי העולם לעלות לישראל
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בשיעור שנשא אתמול (ג', 13.9.05) קרא זקן המקובלים, הרב יצחק כדורי, ליהודי הגולה לעלות ארצה בשל אסונות טבע העתידים להתרחש בקרוב. בקריאת הרב נאמר:

"זו הקריאה מוצא אני לנכון להעבירה לכל אוזניהם של יהודי העולם, שעליהם לשוב לארץ-ישראל בגלל סיבת הסכנות הקשות האורבות לעולם מן הצד של הטבע.

"שעתיד הקדוש-ברוך-הוא להמיט אסונות גדולים בארצות העולם בשביל המתקת הדינים [עיין הערה] של ארץ-ישראל.

"זו הקריאה אני מצווה להפיץ ולהזהיר למען יידעו היהודים בארצות העולם את הסכנה הממשמשת ויבואו לארץ-ישראל לבניין בית-המקדש ולהתגלות משיח צדקנו".

דבריו של הרב כדורי, שפורסמו לראשונה בתוכנית "מתחילים מבראשית" בערוץ 7, נאמרו בשיעור קבלה שמסר זקן המקובלים לתלמידיו בין תפילת מנחה למעריב.

עוד גילה הרב, כי ראשי התיבות של השנה העברית הקרובה תשס"ו הם תהיה שנת סוד וגילוי.

הרב כדורי העביר את קריאתו לראש הממשלה, אריאל שרון, באמצעות שליח מיוחד קודם צאתו לארה"ב וביקש ממנו לקרוא ליהודים לעלות ארצה.

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Unread 09-13-2005, 09:53 PM   #3
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Funny. In the link provided there is nothing about foretelling a Tsunami.
Any one can say at any time that "great things will happen " and eventually (after not having to wait too long) he'll be right.
Why isn't this in the "Bsuros Tovos" thread?
YN - when are you moving?

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YN - when are you moving?
Don't I have to be among the last ones off the ship?
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Wait, first of all, not that I don't trust this Kaduri guy or anything, but how many correct "predictions" has he made before?

And second, I agree with Torah613, anyone can say "great disasters will happen soon", they just usually get sued for it.

Btw, I predict that within the next 20 years there will be Violent natural and unnatural disasters in every country, worldwide.
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Kabbalist Urges Jews to Israel Ahead of Upcoming Disasters

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Wednesday, September 14, 2005 / 10 Elul 5765

Israel's leading known Kabbalistic Elder, Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri called upon worldwide Jewry Tuesday night to return to Israel due to the natural disasters which threaten to strike the world.

In a class between between the Mincha (afternoon) and Maariv (evening) prayers at his Jerusalem yeshiva seminary, Rabbi Kaduri issued the following call:

”This declaration I find fitting to issue for all of the Jews of the world to hear. It is incumbent upon them to return to the Land of Israel due to terrible natural disasters which threaten the world.

"In the future, the Holy One, Blessed be He, will bring about great disasters in the countries of the world to sweeten the judgements of the Land of Israel.

"I am ordering the publication of this declartion as a warning, so that Jews in the countries of the world will be aware of the impending danger and will come to the Land of Israel for the buliding of the Temple and revelation of our righteous Mashiach (Messiah).”


Rabbi Kaduri also stated that the upcoming year would be a year of "secret and revelation" in the world. The Jewish year 5766 begins in less than three weeks, with the holiday of Rosh Hashana.

The Rabbi explained that the numerical Hebrew abbreviation for 5766, tav, shin, samech, vav gives insight into the nature of the upcoming year. "This will be a year of secret (or sod, from the letter samech) and revelation (or v'giliu from the letter vav.

Arutz Sheva Israel National Radio show host Yehoshua Meiri first publicized the declaration on his Hebrew radio show late Tuesday night. Meiri, who attended the class, typed out the words of Rabbi Kaduri's declaration and presented them back to the Rabbi who signed on the document.

Associates of Rabbi Kaduri were dispatched to communicate the Kabbalistic Elder's call to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon before the latter's departure to the United States later in the same night.

Meiri says he will publicize the signed declaration after Prime Minister Sharon delivers a speech in the U.S., in which he is expected to call upon the Jews of the Diaspora to make Aliyah (immigrate) to Israel.

During a visit in 1990 with the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (of blessed memory), Rabbi Kaduri was told by the Rebbe that he would live to see the coming of the Mashiach.

Earlier this Jewish year, Rabbi Kaduri predicted great tragedies in the world. Just two weeks before the devastating tsunami in southeast Asia, Rabbi Kaduri was quoted in the Yediot Acharonot newspaper as saying:

"We are now in the fourth year of what could be the seven-year Redemption period, according to the calculation of the Vilna Gaon. [However.] in the coming three years, uncertainty about the future will hang over our heads, unless we work and strive that the Mahiach be revealed.

The Mashiach is already in Israel. Whatever people are sure will not happen, is liable to happen, and whatever we are certain will happen may disappoint us. But in the end, there will be peace throughout the world. The world is mitmatek mehadinim (or becoming sweet from strict justice).

Great tragedies in the world are foreseen, that's the thing of the Jews going to the East. But our enemies will not prevail over us in the Land of Israel, 'fear and trembling will fall upon them,' in the power of Torah."


Rabbi Kaduri said in the week prior to the interview, "What can save the world from calamities is real repentance by Jews, who must increase acts of kindness towards one another... The cry of the many poor in Israel and the expulsion of Jews from their homes shakes the world... It's not for naught that this place was hit, where many of our compatriots went to look for this-worldly lusts."

The month of Elul, which immediately preceeds the Jewish New Year is traditionally a month of teshuva, or repentence by the Jewish people, in anticipation of the judgments that are incurred on the Jewish High Holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.

Rabbi Kaduri has told his students that the current government will be the last one of the "old era." He is on record as saying that Sharon will be the last prime minister in Israel, and that the new government will already have leadership of the Messianic era.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/news.php3?id=89850
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Don't forget what the Rebbe promised

The Rebbe (of blessed memory) promised Rav Kaduri that he will live to see Moshiach. Rav Kaduri is already 110 years old. How much longer do you think we will have to wait?

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Did the Rebbe actually "promise"? What were the exact words?
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Source: http://www.livescience.com/forcesofn...0913_slip.html
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An important seismic event imperceptible to humans has begun in the Pacific Northwest as predicted, according to the government agency Geological Survey of Canada.

The chance of a major earthquake is 30 times higher now for a roughly two-week period, but the odds are still remote, scientists say.
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The Rebbe (of blessed memory) promised Rav Kaduri that he will live to see Moshiach. Rav Kaduri is already 110 years old. How much longer do you think we will have to wait?

Moshe
when was this promise? was it a dollars? what year what day....?

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I heard the Rebbe also told MBD that he would "Be M'Sameach Klal Yisrael" until Moshiach comes... How true is that?
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Probably all the typical blurring of the distinction between a brocho and a "promise"...
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Don't I have to be among the last ones off the ship?
I thought the Rebbe's statements about staying put were for shluchim.
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No, the Rebbe told many non-Shluchim to "stay put" too. And the Rebbe said that all Yidden, and certainly chasidim, are shluchim to influence the Jews and non-Jews in the diaspora to return to Torah. But we've discussed this before!
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I thought the Rebbe's statements about staying put were for shluchim.
Yud Shevat 5730

The leader of the generation (the Previous Rebbe, baal hahilula) has already expressed several times that when a Jew of the diaspora asks to make Aliyah to Eretz Yisrael, he needs to meditate deeply (leharher b'nafsho) if he has already repaired and refined this portion of the world in the diaspora. Similar to what we see by Ezra the scribe, that only after he refined Bavel only then did he go up to Eretz Yisrael.

This is the responsibility of every shepherd of Yisrael, and similarly of every leader in Yisrael, and similarly of every single one who has influence in a particular circle, or even on one soul in Yisrael....

Ezra the scribe has shown us the way, that only after he refined Bavel, making it into "clean fine flour", and he completed his tasks and shlichus in Bavel, only then did he go up to Eretz Yisrael.

Namely, when he has influence, and he is able to rescue the Jewish souls in his daled amos -- pikuach nefashos [and even when we are speaking about matters relating to parnasa alone, even here "the poor of your city come first"], he must meditate deeply and make a true accounting, if his true desire is to go up to Eretz Yisrael, or to escape from his responsibilities and shlichus.
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I thought the Rebbe's statements about staying put were for shluchim.
If I remember correctly, at the kinus hashluchim 5750 (sefer Hasichos) the Rebbe told the shluchim that "the task of the shluchim is to make every person in his city know that they too are a shaliach of the Abeshter, Jews through their 613 commandments and Bnai Noah through their 7 commandments."
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Yud Shevat 5730

The leader of the generation (the Previous Rebbe, baal hahilula) has already expressed several times that when a Jew of the diaspora asks to make Aliyah to Eretz Yisrael, he needs to meditate deeply (leharher b'nafsho) if he has already repaired and refined this portion of the world in the diaspora. Similar to what we see by Ezra the scribe, that only after he refined Bavel only then did he go up to Eretz Yisrael.

This is the responsibility of every shepherd of Yisrael, and similarly of every leader in Yisrael, and similarly of every single one who has influence in a particular circle, or even on one soul in Yisrael....

Ezra the scribe has shown us the way, that only after he refined Bavel, making it into "clean fine flour", and he completed his tasks and shlichus in Bavel, only then did he go up to Eretz Yisrael.

Namely, when he has influence, and he is able to rescue the Jewish souls in his daled amos -- pikuach nefashos [and even when we are speaking about matters relating to parnasa alone, even here "the poor of your city come first"], he must meditate deeply and make a true accounting, if his true desire is to go up to Eretz Yisrael, or to escape from his responsibilities and shlichus.
Sorry, I don't see how this says to "stay put." In fact, the proof text is the story of Ezra, who did his shlichus and moved to EY.

With the shluchim, I can understand that their work is never finished - so they must stay till the Bayit Shilshi is up and running.

But with a ba'al habayit, why wouldn't you have as much influence as possible getting the people you know to be in touch with their local chabad house, and leave it to the professionals (the shluchim), unless you're making new connections all the time with non-religious people.

In that case, you'd be like Ezra - influencing your daled amos and then moving on to add onto your mitzvos, [living in the Holy Land where you can do agricultural mitzvos and where you can vote an anti-Peace Process gov't into power].

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Sorry, I think YN's quote couldn't have been more clear. He even underlined the parts of it which imply his point: that only those who can say in all honesty that they have finished their tasks in the diaspora may go up to Eretz Yisroel. As the Rebbe emphasised numerous times, every single Jew (i.e., including ba'alei batim) who is able has a role to play in reaching out to those less knowledgeable of their heritage.
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Sorry, I think YN's quote couldn't have been more clear. He even underlined the parts of it which imply his point: that only those who can say in all honesty that they have finished their tasks in the diaspora may go up to Eretz Yisroel. As the Rebbe emphasised numerous times, every single Jew (i.e., including ba'alei batim) who is able has a role to play in reaching out to those less knowledgeable of their heritage.
I agree with you - the quote is very strong. What I'm wondering is, if there's an accountant or programmer who hasn't had a shabbat guest in over a year and hasn't tried to have hashpa on another person in years, does he have to be realistic about the fact that he's either finished his work on his daled amost or is simply incapable of carrying it out? This may only apply to a small # of Lubs, since many at least give out L'chaim at work if nothing else, but it would apply to a huge percentage of MO & Litvaks.
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But with a ba'al habayit, why wouldn't you have as much influence as possible getting the people you know to be in touch with their local chabad house, and leave it to the professionals (the shluchim)
Here's what the Rebbe says:
http://rm.chabad.org/ramgen/jem/livi...arge/310851.rm

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We've been through this before, Frumkite. The Rebbe's position is that everyone in the diaspora, by virtue of his being there, has a role to play there in disseminating Torah. If there are religious people who haven't tried to influence people in years, then they should start doing so, and we should advise them and guide them in this direction.

This does not preclude moving to Eretz Yisroel in individual cases for various personal reasons, including that one feels for personal reasons, after having discussed it with a mashpia, that one would be able to accomplish more in Eretz Yisroel.

Another very worthy motive for moving (though by no means obligatory) is the desire to strengthen the border cities, to contribute to the settlement such that one day a critical mass is reached where they can never be dismantled.
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If there are religious people who haven't tried to influence people in years, then they should start doing so, and we should advise them and guide them in this direction.
The Melitzer Rebbe (in EY) says that the best place for any Jew who is shomer shabbos and sends his kids to frum schools is in EY.

Now this is not taking into account kiruv.

But if you're talking about the Lakewood, Borough Park, Williamsburg & Monsey Jews, who are not going to do kiruv in America ...

are you telling me that you wouldn't be happy to hear that 1/2 million of them moved to EY today and will be voting in the upcoming elections, causing the # of Rabbis in the K'nesset to jump to 40, making the religious block the largest block of all, so that they'll choose the next prime minster after they allow 20 Likud members to join their coalition.
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Here's what the Rebbe says:
http://rm.chabad.org/ramgen/jem/livi...arge/310851.rm
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YN 1. Thia link won't open for me.

2. I just read your post on the End of Days blog spot attacking Meir Kahane as a sounding like a xian with a goyishe chop on Torah.

Now it's clear that Kahane did not fully share the Rebbe's shita. But your attack on a man had mesirus nefesh to get thousands of Jews out of Communist Russia and who tirelessly worked in accordance with the Rebbe's shita that the Arabs occupying EY should be deported, and who died al kiddush Hashem at the hands of a PLO terrorist, is sinas chinam l'gamrei.

Until you retract that comment, on that blog, I don't think you should be posting at all.
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But if you're talking about the Lakewood, Borough Park, Williamsburg & Monsey Jews, who are not going to do kiruv in America ...
again, who says they won't? maybe they will, if we encourage them to! with the same energy we can invest into encouraging them to make aliyah, we can encourage them to do hafatzas haYahadus!
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are you telling me that you wouldn't be happy to hear that 1/2 million of them moved to EY today and will be voting in the upcoming elections, causing the # of Rabbis in the K'nesset to jump to 40, making the religious block the largest block of all, so that they'll choose the next prime minster after they allow 20 Likud members to join their coalition.
if they would do it, then that would be great, and yes, I would be happy (in a sense, but saddened because their presence would be missed in the diaspora), but that doesn't mean I'm going on a campaign for it!

Furthermore, the Rebbe didn't see fit to davka promote such a campaign, and in the quote above clearly indicated the opposite, so I don't see why we should go on such a campaign. I have more than enough campaigns that the Rebbe said to do without starting new ones!
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