WATCH: Journalist Yanki Farber – The scary TRUTH about the Charedi Draft ruling

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ISRAEL (VINnews) — In this fascinating interview, Charedi journalist Yanki Farber, an expert with deep insights about Charedi culture and the opinion of the Rabbanim, describes the grave threat to the community based on the draft ruling.

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He explains why the Rabbanim were misled by Charedi politicians (albeit not intentionally, as the askanim are very sincere).

He also explains why a massive amount of government funding may be permanently lost, and the devastating repercussions that may be suffered by Charedim who do not enlist in the IDF.

He says that the Supreme court has been two steps ahead ahead of the Charedim. And the government wants to stop funding Kollel guys, including many vital welfare programs. In addition, any Charedi who does not sign up to join the army will lose their basic rights.


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LGB
LGB
7 days ago

They aren’t losing basic rights. They are losing free stuff

Torah Lanetzach
Torah Lanetzach
7 days ago

Wow he’s dead WRONG on so many things… also seems like a self hating chareidi who’s rooting for the idf

1. Yeshivos in the US get a ton of money (besides college grants)
as well as kollel guys getting regular benefits such as ebt wic and vouchers plus much more, so the idea that in the US we manage without funding is wrong.

2. NOT a single kollel closed and probaly will not close

3. The chareidi politicians know way better than a random guy with a t-shirt talking to the media, the shlep of time was INTENTIONAL because they knew this situation was unavoidable but were looking to stall as long as possible

4. The idf would’ve NEVER accepted an agreement it was just a ploy so the notion that now is to late and earlier they could’ve done something is false

5. Because 1-2% (probably even less) are watching games, nobody logical would say that it should shift a perspective…unless you haven’t a clue about chareidim so you assume that all are like that

Also wrong on many other thing….

Annonymous
Annonymous
7 days ago

In previous times when the Sonei Yisrael were really powerful- and when the State of Israel really needed the manpower- HKBH didn’t allow the Charedi boys to get drafted. If HKBH allows this now, then these boys will only increase Kedusha and Torah in the IDF. BH the Yiddishkeit/Kiruv in Eretz Yisrael, even among the non-religious already reached a tipping point, Yiddishkeit is not in danger- it only grows stronger and spreads.

Mr. Cohen
Mr. Cohen
6 days ago

In Tanach, Sefer Shoftim, [the Book of Judges] chapter 5, the Prophetess Deborah [Devorah HaNeviyah], sings a Divinely-inspired song.
In chapter 5, verses 12 to 16, she publicly praises those Jews who fought against the enemies of Israel. Then she publicly REBUKES those Jews who did NOT join the fight against the enemies of Israel.

Mr. Cohen
Mr. Cohen
6 days ago

Rambam, Hilchot Shabbat, chapter 2, paragraph 23:
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[The following rules apply] when gentiles lay siege to Jewish cities:
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If their intent was financial gain, then Shabbat laws should not be violated because of them, nor are we allowed to wage war against them.
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If a city is located near the border, however, we should march against them with weapons and wage war against them, even when they are [merely] demanding hay or straw.
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** In any location, if the gentiles’ intent was [to harm] Jewish lives, or if they engaged in battle with a city or laid siege to it, without stating a specific intention, we must wage war against them and the Shabbat laws should be violated because of them.
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** It is a mitzvah for every member of the Jewish people who can come [to their assistance] to go out and help their brothers who are under siege and save them from the gentiles [even on] Shabbat. It is forbidden to delay until after Shabbat.
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After they [the Jewish soldiers] saved their brothers, they [the Jewish soldiers] may return home with their weapons [even] on Shabbat, so that a dangerous situation will not be created in the future.

A concerned yid
A concerned yid
7 days ago

Gezeiras shmad

Kathy
Kathy
7 days ago

I have listened and now again, and still am baffled as to how this lifestyle even though xists

The Judge
The Judge
7 days ago

The secular zionists don’t understand, by trying to eliminate Kollels and advanced Yeshivos, they would be cutting off their own heads.