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Friday, January 31, 2014

AM Israel NOT GUILTY, Stephen Harper, the head of the HOUSE!

The exodus from Egypt and the entering into the holy land are all because of Josef. If the Jewish nation is in Israel, it is because we are NOT betraying Josef. Those that are keeping Rabbi Nachman in Ukraine are NOT us! They will pay dearly one way or the other, we are NOT guilty!

Go Stephen Harper, your the best!

Monday, January 27, 2014

Na Nach Classic

Sunday, January 26, 2014

The real linchpin for peace

Mordecai Spiro
Ebay Ha Nachal
Gush Etzion, Judea, Israel

Mr. Jason Kenney
Minister of Multiculturalism & Citizenship 
World President of the Alliance
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0A6

First, reflecting all the Israelis I have spoken to, I wish to express gratitude and admiration for Prime Minister Harper, his administration, and the peaceful, optimistic and productive population of Canada.

At the rally outside the supreme court in Jerusalem I had privilege of hearing about your popularity among members of the Canadian administration.  I am therefore hopeful that you will grasp the reality of this information as Prime Minister Harper has, and that you know how to prepare an offer for President Putin.  This offer, at this point is the only thing that can bring peace to the middle east and possibly to the Ukraine as well.

The costs are very small while the benefits for tourism, immigration and multicultural understanding are enormous.  The greatest saint in the history of Judaism with respects to purity is not Josef, but Rabbi Nachman (currently buried in Uman, Ukraine).  Josef, although a son of Jacob, was a world figure respected by all the nation, except his own brothers (which is alas a familiar tale, but true).  In fact, they would gladly have left him in Egypt.  The only exception  being Yehuda who was bound by more than an oath, the reward went to prince of that tribe, Nachshon ben Aminadav.  King David is also among those that would not have left Josef behind.  The logic shows that religious Kings, those that recite the psalms are likely to assist Joshua in carrying the remains of Josef to the holy land. 

The Vatican is, I believe, one of the most likely places to understand how this one act of transferring the remains could bring the fear of G-d and a better understanding of scriptures to all people.  Nachman is a modern figure, and his message is universal -- he is not "just" a Jewish Rabbi, the Old Testament is in fact a preparation for his coming and his birth as the second son Rachel is asking for when she names Josef. Some believe that the Vatican  is jealous of Jerusalem, I hope not, because they would then be exactly as guilty as those that would leave their brother in Egypt.  Josef only wanted to help his brothers from the beginning til the end. 

Rabbi Nachman in Jerusalem will form a point of common interest and discussion for all faiths, that is the only way peace will come through a dialogue, because economics will only take us so far if the judicial system is corrupt.  As the French say:  "Science sans conscience n'est que ruine de l'ame".

President Putin will gain great prestige and perhaps avoid a hot war by accepting a formal request by Canada to make the transfer to Jerusalem, this promise could be made publicly and immediately so as to bring a positive push to the peace negotiations.  This war as WW II is not really nation against nation, it's nations against a cancer in their own midst not the  "Jewish Rat", but rather the "Amalekite Snake" that hisses SS.  If I can be of any further assistance please let me know.

Canada has all the blessings, and should be successful in creating the needed atmosphere for peace and re-education.  the linchpin is one single mortal remain.


Geoffrey Max Mordecai Spiro

Copies to:

Rightly Honorable Prime Minister of Canada, Mr. Stephen Harper
Prime Minister of Israel, Mr. Benyamin Netanyahu
President of Israel, His Excellency, Mr. Shimon Peres
Honorable Foreign Minister of Canada, Mr. John Baird
The Honorable Foreign Minister of Israel, Mr. Avigdor Lieberman
The Honorable Minister of Finance of Israel, Mr. Yair Lapid
The Deputy Minister of Defense, Mr. Danny Danon
The President of the World Federation for Moroccan Jewry, Mr.  Sam Ben Shetrit

Shine the Light of Shabbos Party

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Na Nach Child Rearing pt. 5

from the book Israel Saba, pg. 284
(Rabbi Israel speaks to someone on the topic of educating children and family matters.)
We need to make strong hats for children so that they will not fall off, attractive and strong, yes.
We need to educate children from infancy.  Children are still not immersed so much in desires, they are open to receiving.  A child has a mind, and he is not given attention.  We need to supervise and to guard.  Children – one needs to speak to them when they are old enough to speak, and to instill in our children the ways of repentance, of modesty.  When a child begins to speak, we need to speak with him, to help him understand that this world is only for the sake of the World to Come, to learn Torah and to fulfill the Torah and Mitzvot.
We need to pay attention to the education of our boys and girls from the earliest age, according to their minds, according to their capacity, and to learn with them the ways of keeping the Torah, the ways of modesty.  Children like these need to be taught, so that they will understand.  To teach the small child to be habituated to wash himself and ritually wash his hands, and the more he grows and matures, he will be able to understand more how to learn, how to live, yes.
When a child grows, his mind and all his human powers develop; he grows from month to month, from year to year, and becomes older and older.  When he reaches some intelligence, some wisdom, one can learn with him.  A child of seven or eight years, ten years, one can speak to him; one needs to speak to him and help him understand that the main point if life is the Torah, and the most important thing is to repent and fulfill the Torah and Mitzvot.
We need to accustom the children to say Tehillim (psalms) and Likutei Tefillot, and to understand and know what is a Jew.  They should learn and know the Torah and the Tanach, and fulfill the Torah and believe in the Torah.  We, the people of Israel, are a holy people, and we need to teach our children the ways of the Truth, the ways of modesty, the ways of holiness, and they should know the Torah, the Tanach and the Gemarrah and the Midrash.
To train the children to sleep on time, to wake up on time, to go to synagogue to hear, even at the age where he still does not understand; to hear the prayer of Jews praying to God.
We need to teach them, then they will be children of value and such great descendants will come from them…holy generations of Torah and faith.  They should learn and know and become accustomed to learning and understanding, it will be an established thing.  We need to have self-sacrifice, to use only God-fearing educators for our children, to see and hear good from them.
We are Jews, we and the Torah are one.  We need to instill the Torah in ourselves and in our children, every anecdote and every story of the Torah is all our vitality.  Without the vitality and the truth and faith and knowledge, we are nothing, God forbid.
Our speech…words of Torah and learning, that is all our life.  We are human beings, the holy People of Israel, we can guide our children in the ways of the Torah and of modesty, that they will have strength to learn Torah and fulfill it.
Oy vey, our children learn with children who don’t know a thing about the Torah, about faith, they don’t know anything.  They do not have the manners of the Torah and faith and truth, so they are nothing, the children are nothing.  Also if, God forbid, we go in the ways of non-Jewish education, then we become like animals, like birds, like chickens, we have nothing, it kills us – the faith and the light.  Without faith, without Torah, there is no vitality, nothing.  It is because of this that we were cast away and distanced from the truth and from faith.  The education of those Jews is like that of the non-Jews; because of this we are suffering…
Our children should know that we are a unique nation in the world, that we believe in the Torah and the Mitzvot.  We and our descendants need to be educated in the way of the Torah, with holiness and fear of Heaven, not just in a common way.  This is all our vitality, our life, our heart, yes.  Oy…
We are the people of the covenant, the children of Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov, from whom we inherited the way of truth and the Torah and the Mitzvot.  We are a unique nation in the world, the Holy People and the holy Land of Israel.  We can receive holiness from every word of the Holy Torah.  We are the people of the Torah, we have such a Torah, such awesome things that God does with us in every generation, and chose us from all the peoples and gave us the Torah, “Blessed are You, Lord, who gives the Torah!”
We need to guard the ways of the Torah and faith, then we will receive great vitality from the Torah, from every story of the Torah.  Every word of the holy Torah is all our vitality, without it we have nothing, we have no wisdom and no faith and no strength, nothing.  We need to give ourselves over to instilling the great light of faith in our hearts, of the holy Torah, the Tanach and the Talmud, all the books of the true tzadikkim, our holy forefathers.  We have Torah, we have righteous and holy Rabbis, they already interpreted all the Torah for us.  In their strength we can draw close to God.  The wisdom of the Torah is only in order to fulfill and to understand the Torah, to fulfill the Torah!
In every generation, they gave their souls for the Torah and Mitzvot, for the keeping of the Shabbat, for all the Mitzvot; that is all our vitality, all of our life.  We need to have mercy on ourselves, ourselves and on our descendants, we need to understand and to instill in our hearts the will to fulfill the ways ways of the Torah, to give our souls for this; also our children will know the ways of the Torah and faith and truth.  Only we are a holy people!  We are the people of God, people of the Torah.  We need to accustom ourselves to learning Torah and fulfilling the Torah and the Mitzvot.  (The Torah) guides us and concerning the mitzvoth od Tzitzit and Tefillin and Shabbat.  We need such faith, such holiness, such a Torah… which is all our vitality and all our life!  We need only to rejoice always in our holy Torah, and to learn Torah with self-sacrifice, and to inspire our wives and children and descendants only with holiness.


Eyes bright like sun and moon - by Mutti Ummar (+playlist)

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Breslov Books - Back in Stock

The following books from Keren Rabbi Yisroel Odesser that had been out of stock on are now back in stock and can be ordered.

By the way for those that have not been on the site for a while - there are now much cheaper shipping options for USA orders.

Likutey Moharan
Medium - Leather Like Cover
Mid sized Lekutey Moharan easier for traveling yet at a readable size. Includes indexes and reference charts. Perfect for briefcase or carry on.

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[Hard Cover | 7 x 3 3/4 inches | 17.5 x 12 cm]

Need ImageLikutay Tefilos
Mid Edition - Leather Like Cover
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[Hard Cover | 7 x 3 3/4 inches | 17.5 x 12 cm]

Everything for Salvation
English Edition
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[Hard Cover | 8 3/4 x 6 1/4 inc | 23.75 x 15.75 cm]

Likutay Halachos with Nekudos
Leather Like Cover 8 Volumes
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[Hard Cover | 9 3/4 x 7 inches | 25 x 18 cm]

Sichos Haran
Regular Edition
Full Sichos Haran text. Including The Pidyon (“Money Redemption”) process and the full Tikkun Haklali with introduction and concluding prayers.

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Hishtapchut & Mishivas Nefesh
Regular - Leather Like Cover
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[Hard Cover | 9 3/4 x 7 inches | 25 x 18 cm]

Kitzur Likutay Maharan
Regular - Leather Like Cover
Stunning edition of Kitzur Likutay Maharan, includes the original Kitzur from Rebbe Nason and the expanded version from Rabbi Yisroel Karduner. Has T"K in back.

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Chayi Maharan & Shivchi Haran
Regular - Leather Like Cover
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Likutey Moharan Part 1 & 2 
Large - English Translation
First English translation of the complete Likutay Maharon (Part 1 & 2) in a single volume. Contains the original side by side with English. Includes transliterated TK.

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Ebay Hanachal 
Regular Edition
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Likutay Halachos with Nekudos
Pocket Edition 22 Volumes
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[Soft Cover | 4.75 x 3 1/4 inches | 12 x 8 cm]

Hitbodedut Pamphlet 
English Edition
Pamphlet with a collection of Rebbe Nachman's teachings about Hisbodedute meditation - conversing with Hashem.

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Courage Pamphlet
 English Edition
Pamphlet with a collection of Rebbe Nachman's teachings about succeeding, never giving up and the lack of despair in reality.

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Monday, January 20, 2014

I call out to you what more can I do

NNNNM! with Yisroel Nachman Chazin at the Tzion!

Sunday, January 19, 2014

44 is the busting of the 88 (heil hitler) Pach and it IS the 44 of Hannukka and it is Na Nach

Municipal prosecutor rules anti-Semitic chants by Polish League soccer fans were not a racist criminal offense.
Ari Yashar
A Polish municipal prosecutor trying a case in which Polish League soccer fans shouted anti-Semitic chants, saying they'd send Jews to Auschwitz gas chambers, decided on Wednesday that the calls were not criminally racist.
The chants, which included such memorable lines as "move on Jews," "your home is at Auschwitz," and "send you to the gas (chamber)," were made by Lech Poznan fans during a game last September against Widzew Lodz. Furthermore, the fans reportedly waved flags with Nazi symbols.
Widzew Lodz is considered to have ties with Jews, even from the days of the Holocaust, when a large number of Jews were involved with the team. Poland had the largest Jewish community in Europe before the Holocaust, when roughly 90% of the country's over 3 million Jews were murdered.
Nevertheless, prosecutor Monika Rutkowsk ruled the chants did not constitute a criminal offense, claiming that the slurs targeted opposing players and not Jews specifically, adding they came in a sports event rather than a social or political discussion, reports International Business Times.
"The calls were not directed at a specific group of fans and not at Jews in particular," opined Rutkowsk.
The ruling brings to mind a Canadian judge who recently ruled that a high school student who lit a Jewish girl's hair on fire saying "let's burn the Jew" did not commit a hate crime.
The decision was slammed by Open Poland, an organization that works to combat xenophobia and anti-Semitism.
The group's spokeswoman Agnieszka Gliszczynska-Grabiec noted that Rutkowsk would only recognize anti-Semitism "if bearded Jews wearing skullcaps and black coats were sitting in the stands."
The move was similarly criticized by Moshe Kantor, the President of the European Jewish Congress: "unfortunately, extreme anti-Semitic chants like those in Poznan are regularly heard in many European stadiums, including in England and Holland, and the reaction of the authorities is minimal."
Poland has been suspected of making anti-Semitic rulings in the past, as there is an ongoing ban against Jewish ritual slaughter (shechita).
Poland also has had trouble coming to grips with its Holocaust record. Last Friday, Poland's opposition called for the banning of the term "Polish death camp," with jail time and fines as punishment. They claimed the term hinted Poland was liable for the camps.
new law, which passed an initial vote in the Knesset on Wednesday, bans the use of Nazi symbols or epithets in Israel, on the penalty of a 100,000 shekel ($28,626) fine. The vote passed with 44 in favor, amid strong protest from the Opposition.

Na Nach Child Rearing pt. 4

from Sefer Hamidos (Book of Traits):
  • One must guard a baby that it should not go [about] with an uncovered head.
  • A man does not need to worry about the income of his children. For, as they grow, their income grows with them.
  • One should be very careful that one’s child is not nursed by an evil woman. For milk contaminates and milk purifies.
  • Bad mannerism in a person’s house is worse than the War of Gog and Magog (a war of immense proportions that, according to prophecy, will take place right before the Redemption).
  • One should not treat one son differently than his other sons.
  • One must teach a child proper behavior (“derech eretz”) from a young age.
  • One who does not have mercy on his children, it is certain that he does not possess a portion of holy intelligence.
  • Children will be fools when their father is bad tempered.
  • One who suffers in the raising of his children, should read the Biblical passages describing the Creation, everyday. (Genesis 1:1 – 2:3)
  • The pouring out of one’s heart before God will be a source of redemption and salvation for one’s children.
  • The milk of a righteous woman is good for the baby to have fear of Heaven, and also gives him dominion over this world.
  • One who has control over his desires causes that his children will not be drawn to evil ways, that his money is blessed, and that he will not be put to a test.
  • Charity protects one’s offspring.
  • One who does not review his Torah studies will have a hard time raising his children.

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Nanach Shrink Art Keychain

Get the kids involved! Send their Nanach projects, photos, illustrations etc. to and B"H they will be posted under the NaNach Kids Category.