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Eim Habanim Semeichah: On Eretz Yisrael, Redemption, and Unity [Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal, Moshe Lichtman] on *FREE* shipping on. Eim Habanim Semeichah: On Eretz Yisrael,. Redemption, and Unity. By Rabbi Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal. Translated by Rabbi Moshe Lichtman. Kol Mevaser. Eim Habanim Semeichah, written in , is Rabbi Teichtal’s comprehensive treatise on Settlement in Eretz Yisrael, Messianic Redemption, and Jewish Unity.

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This book is literally written with blood for its ink. Shai marked it as to-read Aug 13, This will bring about the ultimate redemption. It’s an amazing sefer — one of the two or three most significant sefarim I’ve learned.

I think that Rabbi Teichtal would be heartbroken to see that even after the Holocaust and the events in the Land of Israel of the last fifty five years, much of the same attitudes of the glorification of the Exile and the negation of building the Jewish home in the Land of Israel that he so decried still remain dominant in much of the Orthodox Jewish world. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. For example, the Rebbe of Lubavitch is reported to have said that Rav Teichtal was “far from Zionism.

Debra Hebb marked it as to-read Jul 17, This page was last edited on 12 Decemberat The Holocaust, however, profoundly changed his perspective. Pesach Schindler of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

EIM HABANIM SEMEICHAH: On Eretz Yisrael, Redemption and Unity

Thanks for telling us about the problem. No home should be without it. Zalman Nechemyah Goldberg shlita: Hardcoverpages. None of this is to say that Religious Zionism is immune to variance from, even betrayal of, the Torah ideal, whether as a result of the exigencies of its practical implementation, cooperation with secular Zionists, conceptual distortions or insufficient emphasis of other Torah values.

Marina marked it as to-read Aug 31, Nevertheless, in spite of this limited political appeal, the book has been republished in its original Hebrew format many times in Israel and tens of thousands of copies have been sold and distributed in Israel and worldwide. Both Pesach Schindler and Moshe Lichtman have done the Jewish English-speaking world a great service by bringing Rabbi Teichtal and his message to its attention and study.


He also finds merit in the settlement efforts of the non-religious chalutzim, although he exhorts them to adopt Torah observance. The Holocaust caused him to re-think this approach, and he therefore came to the conclusion that the reason that the Jewish people had not been redeemed, was because they had not returned to their homeland, the land of Israel, to resettle and rebuild it to its former glory.

Sign up to receive our Newsletter. First published inEim HaBanim Semeichah remains the most comprehensive treatise on Eretz Yisraelredemption, and Jewish unity. Kol Mevaser, Urim Publications, In the same sense, I am a Zionist.

The Jewish people will find refuge from their troubles, he argues, only if they unite to rebuild the Land. It is truly a priceless treasure. His book, however, was deposited with a gentile family and retrieved by his daughter after the war. Unfortunately, Rabbi Teichtal did not survive the holocaust, dying Al Kiddush Hashem on a train on the way to the Mathausen concentration camp in January, The annihilation of unprecedented numbers of his fellow Jews forced him to seek explanations.

This is not a “how to” book. The physical product of that introspection is the habanom, Eim HaBanim Semeicha, in which he specifically retracts his previous viewpoints, and argues that the true redemption can only come if the Jewish people unite semeichsh rebuild the land of Israel.

I reviewed several pages of the translation and enjoyed them, as well. What code is in the image? When deportations began inhe and his family went into hiding. The book was actually originally published during the Shoah.

Eim Habanim Semeichah: On Eretz Yisrael, Redemption, And Unity by Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal

His conclusions are eye-opening! It is an important contribution that this work has been made available to the English speaking public. Teichtal zt”l was a Munkatcher Chassid who em that Munkatch probably as vehemently anti-Zionist as Satmar had it all wrong, at least when it comes to making aliya.


The prevalent view at that time was that God would bring about a return without the need of human mechanizations.

A new generation has arisen that knows not the circumstances of the Holocaust or of the founding of the State of Israel and thus is unable hababim draw any historic lessons from these cataclysmic events. In Eim Habanim SemeichahTeichtal humbly and yet proudly confesses to his previous errors of judgment and misguided interpretations of Jewish faith. About Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal. Actually, the decision was semrichah the courage to do it took 10 years. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Eim Habanim Semeichah: On Eretz Yisrael, Redemption, And Unity

Trivia About Eim Habanim Semei So far, I have only got through the introductions 90 pages and find it fascinating and full of sources for why one should make Aliyah. Yitzchak’s father, Yissachar Shlomo our author’s namesakeserved as a Rosh Yeshiva all his life and was one of the foremost chassidim eiim the Rebbe of the Rebbe of Tzanz. Gitty rated it really liked habznim Oct 30, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

The translator has expertise in this field and, undoubtedly, will produce a proper work for the benefit of Klal Yisrael.

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Thus, relying almost exclusively on his phenomenal memory and keen insight, he investigated the matter exhaustively. Much of this remarkable work has been proven prophetic by the passage of time.

Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal, originally shared the prevalent, Orthodox view which discouraged the active re.