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Studying Eicha verse 1:17. Zion; crying in pain and weeping incessantly, wrings her hands and desperately reaches out seeking sympathy, comfort and consolation, but no one responds! Her enemies follow her into exile; encircled and taunted she is outcast and disgraced. This class poignantly illustrates how this tragic poetry is textbook description of our Exilic Experience.

The Lonely Nation

The Lonely Nation

Eicha in Depth, Part 15

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The Lonely Nation : Eicha in Depth, Part 15

Studying Eicha verse 1:17. Zion; crying in pain and weeping incessantly, wrings her hands and desperately reaches out seeking sympathy, comfort and consolation, but no one responds! Her enemies follow her into exile; encircled and taunted she is outcast and disgraced. This class poignantly illustrates how this tragic poetry is textbook description of our Exilic Experience.
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Rabbi Mendel Kaplan is the founder and spiritual leader of Chabad Flamingo in Thornhill, Ontario, he also serves as a Chaplain of the York Regional Police Service.
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C August 13, 2017

Dear Rabbi,

Such a heartfelt presentation, I enjoy listening to you speak. However, it is difficult to hear you speak about the wrongs of antisemitism, and then on the other hand to preach that Jews should be prejudiced against others. Reply

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