Tisha B’Av: For Whom Do We Mourn?

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  1. Nachum says:

    If nothing else, it should be pointed out that (to take 19th Century examples) Greece, Bulgaria, or Serbia didn’t have to be independent to protect members of those ethnic groups. Whereas German Jews…well.

  2. Bob Miller says:

    The world doesn’t realize yet how it suffers from our dislocation and our incomplete devotion to our mission. The US, for example, has generally thought of itself as Israel’s senior partner or patron. However, the US is in a moral tailspin, which, I’m convinced, only the Jewish people’s full restoration can reverse. Thus, we Jews become primary to America’s survival or revival as a republic.

    People like Mark Levin speak of restoring Constitutional government. That won’t happen unless the religious-moral-ethical bases of our Constitutional government, such as a moral and responsible citizenry, are restored. These are more rooted in the Jewish world concept than most people realize. Dr. Paul Eidelberg, for example, has written extensively on this topic.

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