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The Nazarene Hasidic Movement Worldwide

The Nazarene Hasidic Movement Worldwide is an organization networking believers in Yeshua as the Messiah who are dedicated to the restoration of the ancient Hasidim.  Nazarene Hasidim emphasize the element of CHESED (loving kindness) through DEVEKUS (cleaving) unto YHWH (Deut. 11:22; Deut. 13:5 (13:4)).  As Nazarene Chasidim we maintain that Judaism must be centered not simply around doing the Torah, but around feeling the Torah as well, that through Wisdom Knowledge and Understanding flow a great joy which binds us to YHWH.  We maintain that long before the Baal Shem Tov began teaching these principles, they were being taught by Yeshua and his original followers, the Nazarenes.  Furthermore we maintain that these principles were taught even earlier by the ancient Hasidim of the Maccabean period (1Macc. 1:62-64; 2:29; 2:41; 7:12-14; 2Macc. 14:6) and even by the followers of YHWH in the times of the Tanak (Ps. 30:5(4); Ps. 31:24(23); Ps. 37:28; Sira 43:32-33).

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What is Hhasidic Netsari Judaism?

The Nazarene Hasidic Movement Worldwide is an organization networking believers in Yeshua as the Messiah who are dedicated to the restoration of the ancient Hasidim.  Nazarene Hasidim emphasize the element of CHESED (loving kindness) through DEVEKUS (cleaving) unto YHWH (Deut. 11:22; Deut. 13:5 (13:4)).  As Nazarene Chasidim we maintain that Judaism must be centered not simply around doing the Torah, but around feeling the Torah as well, that through Wisdom Knowledge and Understanding flow a great joy which binds us to YHWH.  We maintain that long before the Baal Shem Tov began teaching these principles, they were being taught by Yeshua and his original followers, the Nazarenes.  Furthermore we maintain that these principles were taught even earlier by the ancient Hasidim of the Maccabean period (1Macc. 1:62-64; 2:29; 2:41; 7:12-14; 2Macc. 14:6) and even by the followers of YHWH in the times of the Tanak (Ps. 30:5(4); Ps. 31:24(23); Ps. 37:28; Sira 43:32-33).

The original Hasidim were the fathers of both the Essenes and the Pharisees, in each of whom the Nazarenes, our forefathers, were rooted in. In a way it could be said that HaRav (The Master) Yeshua taught these principles.

Original Hasidic Judaism (which has lots of similar traits in common with modern Hhasidic/Hasidic/Chasidic/Chassidic Judaism) can said to be early or original Pharisaism, Pharisaic-Esseneism, etc; and basically combines a Hillel-like halakhah with Jewish mysticism (a forte of the Essenes).

 

"Victory cannot tolerate truth, and if that which is true is spread before your very eyes, you will reject it, because you are victor.

Whoever would have truth itself, must drive hence the spirit of victory;

only then may he prepare to behold the truth".

- Rebbe Nachman of Breslev

"If we're going to be Jewish, we have to be honest about it. . .
Jewishness is something that was more than laying teffilin,
more than just singing Jewish songs. It is thinking Jewish,
it is smelling Jewish, it is taking Judaism
and putting it out to the ends of your fingertips --
so that everything that you come in contact with has a Jewish touch to it."

- Andrew P. Pilant
(Proponent of "Traditional Messianic Judaism" in 1981, a forerunner to the restoration of Nazarene Judaism.)

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Nazarene Chassidic Judaism

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Comment by Mikha El on September 6, 2008 at 8:18pm
Aharon,

Thanks for providing this group. Please tell us what your life in Israel is like frequently.

Mikha el

PS) I thought your post on the main forum was very well written and accurate.
Comment by Waylon Angel on March 3, 2009 at 12:50am
shalom aliekum chevarim
Comment by Mike Clark on April 5, 2009 at 7:29pm
I do look forward being in this group, being in chabad for a couple of years, it will be cool being with those who know Yeshua as Messiah, and being chassidic also, the best of both worlds.
Comment by Pearl on April 26, 2009 at 1:49pm
This video does provide basic truths and the conclusions are right on.
But, the historical evidence presented in this video does not dig deep enough into the truth. This is a common misunderstanding that Yeshua was from the school of Hillel. There is no evidence to support this and this myth must be destroyed. The truth of the matter is more astounding and shows Yah's glorious plan and Covenant with David. The Netzarim existed prior to this, and were in fact the believing remnant of the House of David. Though usurpers came and tried to kill all the righteous rulers, Yah preserved the Netzarim through the sons of David to Yosef, to Yeshua, to Yacob.
Comment by Lev-Tsiyon on June 27, 2009 at 8:43am
I am a little baffled by the aggressive militant clenched-fist logo of this group - would someone explain why that has been chosen? I am thinking of Yah'shua's pacifist teachings at the back of my mind...
Comment by James Trimm on June 27, 2009 at 9:26am
I don't think Yeshua was a pacifist. Certain verses in the sermon on the mount have been badly understood in Christendom, but Yeshua said "sell your cloak and buy a sword"... the weapon of choice in the 1st century.. today it would be "sell you coat and buy a gun"....
Comment by Pearl on June 27, 2009 at 4:48pm
In all fairness, there are some in the Hasidic movement that oppose Zionism as being the ungodly premature State of Israel. From Wikipedia:
"Before World War II most Hasidic rabbis, (including Rabbi Joel's father, Rabbi Chananyah Yom Tov Lipa), as well as many prominent non-Hasidic Orthodox leaders, believed that God had promised to return the Jewish people to the Land of Israel by means of the actions of the Jewish Messiah, and that any activity on behalf of the Jews themselves to create or instigate this redemption would be punished.[citation needed] Instead of accepting benefits from the State of Israel, Rabbi Joel instead encouraged his followers to form self-sufficient communities in the Holy Land. He recorded a wide scope of his views on Zionism in his scholarly work Vayoel Moshe, published in 1958 and in a second book "Al Hageulah V'al Hatamurah" published in 1967 in the wake of the Six-Day War. Shortly before his passing he set up the Keren Hatzalah fund to help those Jews who refrain from taking monetary support from the Israeli Government.[citation needed]
Although it was certainly not the only reason for his opinion, one of the core citations from classical Judaic sources cited by Reb Yoel for his opposition to modern Zionism was that of the Three Oaths mentioned in the Talmud (Kesuboth 111A) which discusses a passage from the Song of Songs in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) in which God made the Israelites promise "to wait for Him before arousing His love:
"King Solomon in Song of Songs thrice adjured the 'daughters of Jerusalem' not to arouse or bestir the love until it is ready.' The Talmud explains that we are bound by three strong oaths not to ascend to the Holy Land as a group using force, not to rebel against the governments of countries in which we live, and not by our sins, to prolong the coming of moshiach"[8]"
A variant interpretation of the three oaths has the third oath being that God would not allow the non-Jewish world to "excessively" persecute the Jews. Rabbi Teitelbaum expressly held that the oaths were not dependent upon one another.[9]
In VaYoel Moshe Teitelbaum explicitly declared that, from the time of the very inception of the Zionist movement in the 1890s, the Zionists violated the three oaths, and thereby caused the Holocaust, as well as all wars, terrorism, and violence in modern Israel, and most anti-Semitism around the world since that time, as a result:
"...it has been these Zionist groups that have attracted the Jewish people and have violated the Oath against establishing a Jewish entity before the arrival of the Messiah. It is because of the Zionists that six million Jews were killed."[10]
In keeping with the three oaths, Satmar Hasidim were strongly opposed to the creation of modern Israel through violence and antagonism against gentile nations such as the Ottomans and Britain. In the years following the Holocaust, Rabbi Teitelbaum undertook to maintain and strengthen this position, as did many other Torah Jews and communities. Rabbi Teitelbaum declared that the State of Israel was a violation of Jewish teachings. This was both because of the Zionists' violation of the traditional belief that Jews must wait for the Messiah to re-create Israel, and also because its founders included many personalities who were both hostile to Orthodox Judaism, or simply indifferent to it. Rabbi Teitelbaum believed the creation of the State of Israel, against the oaths described in Ketubot, constituted a form of impatience. In keeping with the Talmud's warnings that impatience for God's love and redemption can lead to grave danger, the Satmar Hasidim have often interpreted the constant wars and terrorism in Israel as fulfilment of that prophecy.
Rabbi Teitelbaum saw his opposition to Zionism as a way of protecting Jewish lives and preventing bloodshed. Most Haredi rabbis may agree with this idea; however, the general view of Agudath Israel is that, despite this, for all practical purposes, efforts can be made to prevent Israel from becoming even more anti-religious through participating in the Israeli government, seen by the Agudah as a form of "damage-control." Rabbi Teitelbaum however, felt that any participation in the Israeli government, even voting in elections, was a grave sin, because it contributed to the spiritual and physical destruction of innocent people. He felt that by voting one had a hand in these sins. Thus, he was officially opposed to the views of Agudath Israel, and the Satmar movement continues to refuse membership in the Agudath Israel organization or party. The Satmar view is that only the Jewish Messiah can bring about a new Jewish government in the Holy Land, and even if a government declaring itself religious would be formed before the Messiah, it would be illegitimate due to its improper arrogation of power, and it would still pose a danger to Jewish life.
While the Satmar Hasidim are opposed to the existence of a state of Israel, many of them live in and visit Israel (as Rabbi Teitelbaum did, many times).[citation needed] They see opposition to Zionism as an expression of love of the Holy Land, protecting it from the defilement of bloodshed and war (and not only from secularism, as many assume)."

from http://www.jewsnotzionists.org/ main page:
Contrary to common perception, Jewish anti-Zionism is not restricted exclusively to the well know Jewish anti-Zionist movements such as Satmar and Neturei Karta.

There are in fact many Jewish movements, groups and organizations whose ideology regarding Zionism and the so-called "State of Israel" is that of the unadulterated Torah position that any form of Zionism is heresy and that the existence of the so-called "State of Israel" is illegitimate.

No one has had to create any antagonism between our Torah and Zionism because such antagonism exists by virtue of the essence of Judaism itself, which can never tolerate the heresy of Zionism.

Zionism is wrong from the Torah viewpoint, not because many of its adherents are lax in practice or even anti-religious, but because its fundamental principle conflicts with the Torah.

Unfortunately, due to many undesirable factors, the view of Torah-true Jewry has been concealed from the general public.

We, the staff at www.jewsnotzionists.org are delighted that with the advance in media technology a substantial benefit to researchers, students, and the general public has been made available. We are elated at the advantage which the internet provides for the presentation of and accessibility to a position so widely held yet so deliberately ignored by many a Zionist-inclined medium.

It is our hope that the information presented on this site will be of benefit to all and that we soon merit the peaceful dismantlement of the so-called "State of Israel" and that Jewish-Muslim brotherhood be restored as prior to the arrival of the Zionist scheme on the global scene.
Comment by Pearl on June 27, 2009 at 4:57pm
Luk 22:38 And they said, Lord, behold, here [are] two swords. And he said unto them, It is enough.

"Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take [it], and likewise [his] scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one. For I say unto you, that this that is written must yet be accomplished in me, And he was reckoned among the transgressors: for the things concerning me have an end. And they said, Lord, behold, here [are] two swords. And he said unto them, It is enough."

2 swords for 12 men is enough.
Comment by Lev-Tsiyon on June 28, 2009 at 4:33am
2 swords for 12 men is enough.

Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary

22:21-38 How unbecoming is the worldly ambition of being the greatest, to the character of a follower of [Yah'shua], who took upon him the form of a servant, and humbled himself to the death of the cross! In the way to eternal happiness, we must expect to be assaulted and sifted by Satan. If he cannot destroy, he will try to disgrace or distress us. Nothing more certainly forebodes a fall, in a professed follower of Christ, than self-confidence, with disregard to warnings, and contempt of danger. Unless we watch and pray always, we may be drawn in the course of the day into those sins which we were in the morning most resolved against. If believers were left to themselves, they would fall; but they are kept by the power of [Elohim], and the prayer of Christ. Our [Master] gave notice of a very great change of circumstances now approaching. The disciples must not expect that their friends would be kind to them as they had been. Therefore, he that has a purse, let him take it, for he may need it. They must now expect that their enemies would be more fierce than they had been, and they would need weapons. At the time the apostles understood Christ to mean real weapons, but he spake only of the weapons of the spiritual warfare. The sword of the Spirit is the sword with which the disciples of Christ must furnish themselves.
Comment by Lev-Tsiyon on June 28, 2009 at 3:02pm
That does not mean that by default he is in error on everything he comments on. Slapping a label on someone and then judging his writings on the basis of the label is not sound criticism. Let us judge a man by what he says and not by his creed for if the truth be known we shall all be found wanting at the judgment bar of YHWH, Torah or no Torah.

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