Update to CHJCC: The Eli Cohen Trust Fund
You don’t exactly have to be Grizzly Adams to know that if you go out to shoot an Alaskan bear, there is one rule that rises above all others. Whatever you do, just don’t wound the bear.
Kill it, miss it, don’t shoot, run and hide, whatever. But if you hit it, you better kill it. Because the last thing you want coming after you is an angry wounded Alaskan bear with nothing to lose.
If the Alaskan Grizzly emerges unscathed from all the the hate, prejudice, and distortion that she has endured so far from those wishing for her downfall, then there will be no stopping her.
(Excerpt) Read more at, Washington Times
Why was the Beth Din sign removed?
Hint: The signs were taken down the same week THIS was posted.
Stay tuned…More to come!
UPDATE: This post went up on WIS on July 17,2011 at around 11:30am (Yesterday – Sunday morning). Monday July 18, 2011 the Beth Din sign is back up on the doors of the CHJCC. The sign has been down for over three months.
Fools fools fools, who are you fooling?
Stay tuned more to come!
P.S. When WIS ask a question it’s because there is an answer. The CHJCC took down the sign when WIS started asking question, they took down the sign because they knew the answer. In their foolish minds they think that the answer/facts will somehow change if they remove the sign. Now they think that by putting back the sign they will change the facts. The question is still a question and the answer (the facts) are still the same. All the CHJCC is doing is playing tug of war with itself.
Who wrote this letter? To whom was it referring to? Did the Crown Heights Rabbinical Court (Beth Din), which is an extension of the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. authorize this letter?
To Detective Kevin McDonough:
As per Mr. ——- conversation with the office of the Crown Heights Rabbinical Court, (“Beth Din”) they have set forth the following requirements in order to obtain a hearing between both parties.
1) Under the current circumstance the Crown Heights Rabbinical Court will not entertain Mr.——— with a hearing unless he meets the following demands.
2) Submit a written and notarized letter stating his apology for his involvement in the vandalism and destruction of the rabbinical courts bulletin box and bulletin board that was placed in 770 Eastern Parkway (and subsequently Mr. ——- was caught on video, and was arrested by the police dept. and is now involved in court hearings for his actions) and once his written apology has been submitted he must comply with all decisions in a timely manner rendered by the rabbinical court.
CROWN HEIGHTS [CHI] — A Bochur was beaten yesterday in 770 while davening Shacharis by a Tzfati bochur. He was grabbed by his ear and slapped across the face, while others just watched and did not intervene. Hanholo refused to comment or take action.
The assailant was identified as Schneur Pugatch, a graduate of the Mishechist Yeshiva in Tzfat, who had returned on Wednesday from a trip to India.
One year later: April 13 has long past and yet we haven’t heard anything about the momentous Psak Din Issued on Vaad Hakohol and Rabbonim Matters. No excitement, no exaggeration/propaganda about how Crown Heights has been a much better place since. Nobody taking credit for this great “Din Torah” which lead to the great “Psak Din” that would change Crown Heights forever.
Chabad Info3 Tamuz 5771 (05.07.2011)
The Vaad Hakohol announced today that a new committee has been formed to organize the funding of the Beis Din. The new committee is to be called Vaad Kupas Rabbonim. The committee has five members: Shmuel Chanin, Vaad Hakohol Chairman Zaki Tamir, Zev Cadaner, Mendel Schneerson, and Rabbi Mordechai Chein.
Answer: That all depends where you look…