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The tenth of Tevet is a fast day commemorating the date on which the Babylonians laid siege around the walls of Jerusalem, leading to the eventual destruction of the Holy Temple.

10 Tevet Class by Rabbi Moishe New

10 Tevet Class by Rabbi Moishe New

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A Siege of Support

The tenth of Tevet is a fast day commemorating the date on which the Babylonians laid siege around the walls of Jerusalem, leading to the eventual destruction of the Holy Temple.
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Anonymous January 1, 2011

A Seige of Support Rabbi New, I loved your lecture because of the necessity, as you so eloquently verbalized, the need to unite amongst Jews and the necessity to love one another merely because we exist, therefore, for no other reason.

It sums up what I have attempted to do all my life. Acceptance and love, because they exist. To refrain from Judgement of others, because that is the job of Hashem, Blessed be He. To stop others from murdering, because they are not qualified to play God. To put back the Judgements into a heavenly Court where it belongs.

To create a World that will bring G-d back to us on earth. Awesome! Reply

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