Author Topic: ASK JTF 08/03/22 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers  (Read 4544 times)

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Re: ASK JTF 08/03/22 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2022, 07:08:37 AM »
The Torah obligation is for Jews to gather in the Holy Temple on the three Jewish pilgrimage festivals, if it is built and functioning on its established site.

If it's not built, Jews can at least remove the Arabs from the Temple Mount.
Gentiles are obligated to fulfill the Seven Noahide Commandments because they are the eternal command of God, transmitted through Moses our teacher in the Torah. The main and best book on details of Noahide observance is "The Divine Code" by Rabbi Moshe Weiner.


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Re: ASK JTF 08/03/22 - Chaim Ben Pesach answers questions from JTFers
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2022, 11:47:25 AM »
I definitely do not support Nazis chas v'Shalom. I am sorry if that was the impression I gave. My question was not meant as a support for him.

I understand why my question came off as stupid or unbelievable. I will try to explain the reason for why I asked the question. This should not be seen as a defence of Mosley, but only as an explanation of why I initially came to the questionable and possibly wrong conclusion in regards to his antisemitism.

Mosley said on multiple occasions that he did not hate Jews, and that he hated no one because of their race or religion. He did though have a disagreement with a number of Jews in Britain who wanted a war with Germany. But it was not because of hatred towards Jews as a group. His movement even had Jewish members. Now, some of the blackshirts were definitely antisemites. Some even vandalized buildings owned by Jews. But according to Mosley these people were kicked out, because he did not tolerate such behavior.

The reason why I did not immediately conclude that he was an antisemite on the basis that he was the leader of The British Union of Fascists, is that the core doctrines of fascism are not inherently antisemitic. Furthermore, the Nazi party in Germany and the BUF in Britain were two distinct movements with different goals and ideals. Mosley made it clear in his writings that if the BUF came to power there would be no discrimination and no persecution because of race or religion. He also made it clear that both Jew and Gentile would be treated on their merits. The same can obviously not be said about Nazi Germany.

Regarding his wedding and connection to the Nazis. Mosley explained that he did not do this because he supported Hitler. He only did it because he wanted to avoid the war with Germany. He believed this could be done by having this peaceful attitude towards them. Was this the truth or just a lie? Only he would be able to aswer that question. I, of course, do not support or defend any friendships with or peaceful attitudes towards the Nazis. But I do think that his motives should be considered, even though we oppose such relations regardless of the motives.

In conclusion, I asked this question, because I had gotten a different impression of Mosley after hearing his opinions from himself instead of hearing them from other sources. This lead me to the questionable conclusion that he was not actually an antisemite. I wanted to hear your take on this and to know your thoughts on my conclusion that could quite possibly be completely wrong. Either way, my question was not meant as a support for him. As a Noahide, I cannot look up to a man who is known for commiting adultery on numerous occasions with different women. Him being an antisemite just makes it much worse.