Thursday, November 16, 2017

Why is Mishpacha Mag going after the "Peleg"

Beats me. I think they're alienating many readers with this article. No need to bring it up at all. They don't gain readers from publishing it. It's not like they're writing about Lubavitch of Reb Hershel Schechter and thus adding YU Yeshivishers or Lubavitchers to their readership. Here it's a lose-lose. Plenty of their readers are Mamshichisten and thus see Reb Shmuel as their mentor and leader. They support the demonstrations and are deeply hurt by the fact that their Yeshivishe brothers are selling them out. Just stick to the usual veyberishe issues and you'll be ok. You hear me Rabbi Grylak? I know from what I'm talking.

   Peleg by Hirshel Tzig on Scribd


yair said...

why nit ?

ks said...

Mamshichisten? is that the new buzz word

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

Not new and therefore not a buzz word

א מיינונג אזא said...

Are you really that dense? Do you not know the history?
Find out what Grylak's first writing job was. Find out who kicked him out. Find out what אמנת כנרת was and who fought it.

P. S. The mamshichisten (a term I heard over five years ago) would anyway not buy te mishpacha.

Chalmers said...

"Find out what Grylak's first writing job was. Find out who kicked him out. Find out what אמנת כנרת was and who fought it."

Yes, Grylak was the original editor of Yated. It seems Nati Grossman replaced him. (He's written in Mishpacha against Nati previously.) What was the issue over? And who made this decision and why?

But what's ?אמנת כנרת

A Reader said...

sorry I don't do politics.

Anonymous said...

Writing against those criminally insane gangsters of Peleg is an absolute no- brainer,how could a normal person defend this absolute gangster-ism,the only ones supporting this ZAKEN MAMRE are the crazies of the Aida Hachraidis

Yankel M said...

you are wrong
The extreme guys in the USA who side with the Peleg guys are the same guys that are boycotting Ami and Mishpacha
So why not give them a good flick
lots of logic to this approach

א מיינונג אזא said...

Some years ago, some not very bright characters decided that there was some kind of war between Charedim and chilonim in the middle east and they decided to convene a summit between representatives of the warring sides. They appointed themselves and met with some chilonim who were happy to hear that they represent their brethren in Chiloniism at a hotel at the Kinneret.
Some not very bright characters decided that this non-event was somewhat dangerous to the true hashkafa of the bright guys and wrote article after article denouncing their fellow not very bright characters.

Kad vahad said...

When rav alyashuv was ill and we were all saying תהילים after dovining i saw a senior mishpacha walk out and פורש מן הצבור...

vos vu vehn said...

im new here

after reading the profile "About Me -א יונגערמאן אין עולם הזה trying to do what's right. The purpose of this blog was to provide a counter opinion to the Chabad bashing ..."-

im wondering what this post is doing on this blog???!!?!

Yehuda said...

Selling them about? The Peleg hypocrites and their leader (whose signature hasn't been accepted for years in many gemachim) are the biggest rodfim of the oilom hatoroh in the world. Naive American armchair zealots who understand nothing and for whom this is a big game need to be put in their place.

Simcha said...

Do me a favour. Does any sane person support this:

הוי רועה ישראל said...

בעקבות הפגיעות בגר"י רוזן פרסם מרן שר התורה הגר״ח קנייבסקי מחאה חסרת תקדים על אלו אותם הגדיר כ"הולכים כצאן ללא רועה

Wow said...

Sassoon said...

Simcha: "Do me a favour."

of course:

I second said...


XIVVII said...

"Stalin, with his brutal sense of humour, asked The Pope? How many divisions does he have?”

Shish..this said...

One of the most well-known activists who works to rescue detainees from the courts by means of various legal means is Rabbi Shimon Shisha, who is a member of the Eida Charedis. He also assists detainees from the Peleg, many of whom were arrested during protests held in recent weeks.

Shisha is considered to be familiar with the legal and military system and is active in this field and often serves as the attorney for the detainees before the enforcement authorities.

On Monday night, a number of yeshiva students were arrested at the induction center on Rashi Street. One of the demonstrators feared that there was an arrest of one for failing to report for service, one of whom was arrested without shoes.

Shisha arrived to address the situation and did indeed see one Yeshiva Bochur that was arrested without shoes. Without hesitation, he took off his own shoes and gave them to the detainee and he returned home without them.

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

John Hancock said...

Y: "whose signature hasn't been accepted for years in many gemachim"

Nebech, Try mine.

Beat it! said...

Beats me: "why is Mishpacha Mag going after the "Peleg"!

Why is Hirshel Tzig going (just yesterday) after Peleg?

: צר לי עליכם, אחיי ורעיי תלמידי וחסידי סאטמאר הע"י

news and brews said...

Jerrold Nadler will become the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee after Rep. John Conyers announced he would step down from his post.

Mamshichister said...

Lord Balfour and Pres Bafoon our Saviors!

Get ready to celebrate "Donald Trump day" The saviour of the Dati-Leumi Lubavitch'ers.

just saying said...

The future starts now!

The U.N. resolution on the State of Israel calls for The city of Jerusalem to become an International city!. since the current inhabitants of the city couldn't come to any local agreements, the U.S and by extension the U.N. will treat this conflict as the endless conflicts between the Jihadists vs. Sunnis which is the U.S. policy that they must coexist "polically" in the same semi-secular/semi-democratic Governments ultimately in Iraq as in Israel.

Political vacuums can be powerful, and the U.S. is moving into Jerusalem "permanently" occupying the current vacuum of peaceful 'international' leadership roles, just as it established a permanent presences in Baghdad after the conflicts to assure the peace between the Sunnis and the Jihadists in the "government". (note the Israeli Arabs are mostly Sunnis..).

brewed news said...

Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum of Kiryas Joel on Saturday night at an event at the New York Expo Center in the Bronx condemned the announcement made on Wednesday at the White House by President Donald Trump.

“We declare in the name of Haredi Judaism: Jerusalem, the holy city, will not be the capital of the Zionist state, even if the President of the United States says it is,” Teitelbaum said, Israel National News reported.

“Just as Haredi Jews did not recognize President Truman’s declaration in 1948 that Israel is the Jewish State, we don’t recognize it today,” he also said.

Read more:

Macabi said...

Yehuda matzah: "the biggest rodfim of the oilom hatoroh in the world"

Israeli Police Target ultra-Orthodox Protesters With Weapon Developed Against Palestinians, and It Stinks

!אתרא קדישא said...

שוידער: "נירן גערויבט" פון עטליכע היימישע אידן דורך מעקסיקאנער דאקטוירים

תגובה פרייטאג דעצמבער 29, 2017 11:09 am

ס'איז באריכטעט אז געוויסע מענטשן וואס זענען געפארן קיין מעקסיקע דורכצוגיין א געוויסע פראצעדור זענען באגנבעט געווארן, די ארטיגע דאקטוירים האבן ארויסגעשניטן זייער ניר אן פרעגן און אן זאגן.

ק/פ פון YWN
At least four Frum individuals from the New York area are missing a kidney, after going to Mexico for “Bariatric Surgery”. On of them is from Rockland County.

A highly credible source – including one of the victims – has confirmed to YWN that in all the incidents the victims didn’t feel well after returning to New York, and had some testing done. All of them were found to be missing kidney’s.

Many people have been flying to Mexico to have the procedure done there, as some insurance companies in the United States don’t easily cover the costs. Some patients get denied by their insurance company for the surgery in the U.S., and instead opt to have it done in Mexico for less than half the cost.

The average cost of bariatric surgery in Mexico by procedure is:
Lap Band – $3,000 to $6,500.
Gastric sleeve – $4,000 to $9,000.
Gastric bypass – $6,500 to $11,000.

A lap band surgery in the U.S. will cost anywhere between $10,800 and $30,000.
A gastric bypass surgery in the US costs $ 25,000–$35,000.
In the US an average gastric sleeve is priced at US $ 20, 000.

!אתרא קדישא said...

נירו לכם ניר ואל תזרעו אל ה'קוצים - ירמיהו ד'