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“They want to destroy Am Yisrael”

I just got sent this message, from someone close to Rav Eliezer Berland:

The Rav says that they want to destroy Am Yisrael.

So we must finish together 100,000 Tikkun Haklalis before the 13th of Adar.

This is coming from one of the Rav’s gabbaim, it’s for sure a ‘legit’ statement.


At this point, I have seen the Rav call things correctly so many times – and sweeten them, with prayer rallies, Tikkun HaKlalis and other things – that there is no doubt in my mind that:

  1. They DO want to destroy Am Yisrael, and are working hard on the ‘next plan’ to do that, God forbid.
  2. All this CAN be sweetened, if we pick up our Jewish ‘tools’ of prayer, hitbodedut, emunat tzaddikim, etc.


The other thing to say is that I have seen from my own life, how each time I follow these instructions to ‘pray for the klal’ etc, things get sweetened in my own dalet amot.

When you commit to saying Tikkun Haklalis every day, with emunat tzaddikim, it has a huge impact, spiritually.

Starting with us.


So, you want to know what you can REALLY do to help Am Yisrael, and stop the terror, and the next plandemic, yadda yadda yadda?

Roll up your sleeves, and start praying.

Commit to saying 1, or 3, or maybe, even 7, Tikkun HaKlalis a day.

BH, with God’s help, I am going back to saying three a day now, until Purim time.


The alternative is that you can carry on voting for waste-of-space puppet politicians….

Or waste your time ‘demonstrating’ (and hopefully, you won’t get arrested or have your brains beaten out by our corrupt police…)

Or waste your time online in a million different ways, doing a million different things that won’t really help.

Or, you can have some emunat tzaddikim, get a Tikkun Haklali, and join the effort to try to reach 100,000, by Adar 13.

The choice, as always, is 100% yours.

And may we hear good news soon.


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18 replies
    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Yes definitely.

      Every human being has a soul, Jew or not. And when that soul cries out to Hashem and follows the instructions of the real tzaddikim, it also fixes the world in a wondrous way.

      Go read about Yitro, Moshe’s father in law. His doing teshuva was considered to be such a big deal, he had a whole parsha named for him in the Torah.

        • Rivka Levy
          Rivka Levy says:

          I’m not sure what your source is for that, but it’s not correct.

          Everything in the world has a basic level of soul, the ‘nefesh’ – even rocks, even stuff that we think of as inanimate.

          (Kabbalists write of people being reincarnated in rocks…)

          Then there are another 2 levels of soul that all human beings have: the ruach, and the neshama.

          Then, there are another two levels of soul that only the Jewish people have: chaya and yehida.

          So, please give your source for what you’ve stated above, so we can try to figure out where this mistaken idea is coming from.

  1. Darin Sunley
    Darin Sunley says:

    “They” are Amalek, the Sitra Achra.
    The bodies they happening to be wearing at this time and place in history are almost irrelevant.

    • Simon
      Simon says:

      It doesn’t matter who “they” are, since they’re really just God’s puppets and punishing rods, may as well be reincarnations of the same people (like Rav Berland said that Hitler was the reincarnation of Napolean, or that the Iranian ruler is the Haman of this generation).
      Is there really a difference between Pharaoh, Sancheriv, Hitler, Bilaam, Balak, Og, Klaus Schwab, etc. anyway?

  2. Daisy
    Daisy says:

    Look at this, Rivka – and all your readers: the Rav was so right! We do need to pray, pray, pray non-stop, and say Tikkun Klali’s as much as we can handle…


    But then Rav Kahana HY”D and his son Binyamin HY”D were so right too! Look at what’s going on in NY these days: who would have thunk, when he was still alive? And when Rav Binyamin marched in NYC – I was there, I marched with him, what a special neshamah! But of course he was gunned down, he and his wife Talia HY”D, while our shooters spared the children – how nice of them: thank you, sweet, warm- hearted State of Amalekim going under the name that Yaakov Avinu earned from Hashem!

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      That’s the point: nobody can out-gun Esav. And whoever tries, just gives them an excuse to kill even more people, and pass even more oppressive laws.

      God has set things up this way – because prayer and emuna and teshuva are the responses that He wants, and that will really solve the problem at the root.

      Not more violence.

  3. Daisy
    Daisy says:

    Sorry, Rivka, but I don’t agree with you. A lot of people were saved by just one gunshot from a caring person. Of course, Esav is extremely powerful and loves to use weapons nonstop. Still, there are many situations where an armed person can save a lot of others from evil attackers.

    And of course I am totally opposed to giving the Esavian-Amalekites more power over Am Yisrael. Still, each case is different. Just like with medicine: you don’t give one blanket treatment to everybody ( although of course the bad guys are doing just that), when it comes to security each case is different too. Sometimes you are lucky enough to have a legally armed person there when there is a terror attack, but often you don’t, and so many people get killed. If there had been one armed person in the Shul in Yerushalayim maybe those deaths would not have happened. Of course, we know that every death is from Hashem, but still, Pikuach Nefesh is a great Mitzvah: Rav Lior, our Rav in Kiryat Arba, absolutely allowed people to carry weapons to go to the Beth Haknesset, just in case of such an attack, when the attacker could have been eliminated instantly.

    Which of course does not negate prayer; but the fact is, when Avraham Avinu had to go to war he did, when Yehoshua had to go to war he did. In the Midbar, Moshe lifted his arms and prayed while the men went to war; David Hamelech did both too. I don’t know why you think one excludes the other: not at all: they go hand in hand. Yaakov went to meet Esav with gifts, prayers and a weapon, forgot??? So to condemn that last one is not looking at the total picture! Sorry.

    Of course we all have to pray, no doubt. Hashem listens to our prayers, and gives us the inspiration to do what needs to be done in every situation. But we don’t have to rely on miracles if there are things we can do ourselves, as long as it is the right action demanded by the situation. And putting Jews at risk by refusing to let them be armed when they need to be is not a show of Emunah! Let’s say you have to take a flight: will you wait for Hashem to make the preparations for you, or will you daven to Hashem to make your trip succeed and ask Him for His brachot, while you do all the preparations and give some Tzedakah for success? Just asking – after all it is a very similar situation. You prepare, you daven, you give Tzedakah, and you act, relying on Hashem to give you success!

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Again, two different subjects are getting mixed up.

      Of course we need to defend ourselves.

      There are halachot about all this, and whatever is done according to the halachot, decided by real poskim and not fakers with political agendas, is totally fine.

      If someone is trying to kill you, or attack you, in that moment, you fight back – no-one is arguing this on the personal level at all.

      The problem is when we adopt ‘violence as a solution’, and we never actually make the effort to dig deeper, and go to ‘prayer and teshuva as a real, permanent solution’.

      The State of Israel has been using violence to ‘solve it’s problems’ for decades. Are those problems ‘solved’? In any way, shape or form?

      The honest answer is ‘no’. And in fact, these problems have just continued to get worse, because the ‘solution’ is not more violence, the ‘solution’ is TESHUVA and prayer.

      Teshuva – where we really understand that even if we have a billion guns, tanks, MiGs, I don’t know what, our problems are not going to go away until we make TESHUVA and come back to God.

      As to the biblical wars – Jericho fell with miracles, prayers and shofar blowing, not violence.

      And even with the war against Amalek you quote here, as long as Moshe’s hands were lifted in prayer (‘in emuna’) – the Israelites were winning. And when they sagged – they were being beaten.

      Any discussion of ‘guns’ CANNOT be disconnected from a) emunat tzaddikim, b) prayer c) teshuva. Because otherwise, even with all those ‘guns’ – you still won’t solve the real issue.

      And that’s the problem in a nutshell.

      • Daisy
        Daisy says:

        I never disagreed on that topic: of course Tefillah is paramount; still, from what you are writing I get a feeling that you are totally repulsed by the very idea of a believing and faithful Torah Jew carrying a weapon. We know the saying: “there are no atheists in the trenches”! I have a direct connection to many Jews in NY who are very sincere, devoted Jews: yet they all want the tools needed for self-protection. In the gashmi world – not including all the radiation weapons of course – that translates into guns. So? Of course all of Am Yisrael has to do Teshuvah, we have no argument here. It’s just that because of the violent antisemitic society we live in, it is all the more necessary to have the tools and the training for self-defense…. as simple as that. There is nothing wrong with a Jew learning Torah, doing good, focusing on Mitzvot while supporting his family, yet having a 22 in his closet or his car – or in his belt – just in case!

        But of course we know that everything is in Hashem’s Hand, and if we find ourselves in bad situations it is because it was decreed; but who is to say Hashem doesn’t want us to survive such events? Or protect our loved ones – even if it requires a weapon for that?

        OK, I will try not to continue arguing about this. I hope I rested my case. Of course first we turn to Hashem and do all the good we can – but if need be, let’s hope we will be armed if and when in a very dangerous situation. Better to pray never to get into a situation like that!

        • Rivka Levy
          Rivka Levy says:

          No, I’m not ‘totally repulsed’.

          It would be helpful if we could all stop assuming things, and then getting all upset on the basis of unfounded assumptions.

          If a Jew is defending his fellow Jew and saving a life – that’s awesome.

          If a Jew is depending on his guns instead of making teshuva and making the life changes he needs to make, at the personal level – that’s awful.

          You need very good middot, to be using and owning a gun only on a ‘good’ level, and with God in the picture.


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