A tous nos frères qui ne mangent plus ensemble chez leur mère parce qu’ils ne mangent pas la même cacherout…
Vous avez été bernés …
Ces millions de $ que ces rabbins ont ramassé, ils ne l’ont pas gagné au Loto … c’est de votre argent qu’il s’agit …
Combien de familles se saignent pour acheter « plus cacher que cacher » ?
Ces familles sont-elles les plus aisées ?
S’enrichir sur le dos des pauvres est IGNOBLE et INSUPPORTABLE !
Les rabbins ont aussi accumulé leurs richesses par des dons, par des subventions des autorités locales et les Juifs du monde, qui cherchent leurs conseils et bénédictions.
Rabbi Pinchas Abuhatssira’s estimated wealth is NIS 1,300,000,000 ($334,947,000)
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Forbes Israel reported on the top richest rabbis in Israel, who range from “reasonable” sums of a few million dollars, to the richest rabbi who is worth more than a quarter billion dollars. The list actually includes 12 rabbis and one “rebbetzin.”
Some of the Forbes Israel report includes allegations as well as documented convictions over improper financial gains. But the majority of them have accumulated their wealth from donations by local and world Jews, who seek their advice and blessings.
Typically, the report attempts to assign a dark aspect to the very idea that a rabbi, a man of the cloth, should be so wealthy. But Jewish tradition not only welcomes wealth as a gift of plenty from God, but sees wealth as a necessary prerequisite for positions of divine inspiration, such as that of the High Priest in the Temple.
Some of the greatest leaders of the Jewish people were wealthy, including Moses and Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi. Jewish tradition appears to be interested not so much in the amount of money a person has acquired, but with the amount of good deeds he or she have performed using their wealth.