Tuesday, June 5, 2018

psak of Baltimore Beis Din for the morons who are either ignorant or afraid


I am reposting this because I am tired of the men and women who don't know either facts or the halacha but think they are being righteous or smart rabbis or gedolim whether in Lakewood, Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia  or Washington - for attacking Ahron Friedman or myself

there is only one beis din that both husband and wife agreed to accept their view and that is the Baltimore beis din

any idiot claiming he is obligated to give a divorce or that his wife claims he has an intolerable personality disorder or that it is just to force him to give a get should read the following very carefully

























































2 comments :

  1. “psak of Baltimore Beis Din for the morons who are either ignorant or afraid”
    I closely read the well-written psak of Baltimore Beis Din. Looks to me like a rant against Tamar, eg paragraph #5. See https://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/22268
    Midrash Rabbah - Ecclesiastes VII:37

    “Now, I find woman more bitter than death; she is all traps, her hands are fetters and her heart is snares. He who is pleasing to God escapes her, and he who is displeasing is caught by her” (Ecclesiastes 7:26). The Rabbis say: Because she demands of man things which are beyond his power she ultimately kills him with a bitter death. A man once had a neighbor who was a bandit and used to go out to commit robbery at night, while by day he supported his sons and daughters [in comfort]. That man's wife exclaimed, How unlucky I am to be attached to you! Do you not see how [luxuriously] our neighbor's children eat and drink? The husband said to her, Do you want me to act like him? She replied, What of it! He said to her, Come and persuade him to let me go with him. They went and persuaded him, so that he agreed to take him with him. The bandit went out [with his men to rob] that night, but the guard had planned to go after them. Since he was familiar with the roads he fled and was saved; but this man, being ignorant of the roads, was captured and hanged, and they quoted the proverb over him, The last of the robbers is the first of the hanged.”

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  2. “I am reposting this because I am tired of the men and women who don't know either facts or the halacha but think they are being righteous or smart rabbis or gedolim whether in Lakewood, Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia or Washington - for attacking Ahron Friedman or myself. There is only one beis din that both husband and wife agreed to accept their view and that is the Baltimore beis din. Any idiot claiming he is obligated to give a divorce or that his wife claims he has an intolerable personality disorder or that it is just to force him to give a get should read the following very carefully”
    No. Rabbi Eidensohn is defending Torah. Torah though on this week’s parsha.
    Hertz Chumash states: “Then Korah undertook to show that the laws instituted by Moses were hard beyond endurance\ldots “Is it not enough that you brought us from a land flowing with milk and honey to have us die in the wilderness, that you would also lord it over us?” (Numbers 16:13). Insolently---and ironically---they apply to Egypt the very word by which Moses described the promised land.”
    Rabbi Kamenetsky and his supporters are undertaking to show that laws of Torah as stated in the Schulchan Aruch are hard beyond endurance in matters of when a man is obligated to give a divorce, when a man’s wife claims that he has an intolerable personality disorder, or when it is just to force a man to divorce his wife.
    The rebellion of Korah, Dathan, Abiram and On was rooted in rejecting Torah of Moses. The heter of Rabbi Kamenetsky is rooted in rejecting “A man takes a wife and possesses her. She fails to please him because he finds something obnoxious about her, and he writes her a bill of divorcement, hands it to her, and sends her away from his house; she leaves his household and becomes the wife of another man” (Deuteronomy 24:1-2).

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