Send in jackabowitz !!!
The Netziv, HaRav Naftali Tzvi Yehuda Berlin (in Shu"t Mayshiv Davar Vol.1 Siman 44) famously expounds upon Sinas Chinam (baseless hatred) and explains that it was not just a hatred towards people for petty iniquities, rather it included a hatred for any Jew who practiced their "Avodas Hashem" in a different manner than them . If one saw another Jew relying on a Halachic leniency which was accepted in that person's community, but wasn't relied upon in their own circles, instead of accepting that "Eilu V'Eilu Divrei Elokim Chaim" (See Talmud Eruvin 13b) , that person was deemed a heretic and was baselessly hated to the point that people were attacked or even killed for being different!(See the Teshuva at length where he bemoans the reality of this "Sinas Chinam", of not accepting different legitimate views or ways of serving Hashem , being "alive and well" and the cause of the Galus extending for so long, unfortunately. See also the Netziv's commentary on the Torah, Ha'amek Davar Bamidbar, 15:41, Vayikra 19:2 and Devarim 10:12)
The OU says they are aware of the issue and it's a serious breakdown of accepted nikkur. I understand or I hope they'll realize the other things that are not bisaider at Tevyas ranch.
What does sinas chinum have to do with a nikur problem.Unless the ostrich is around, sticks his head in the sand and refuses to sees anything at all.Oh, the ostrich is called sinas chinum,cute.
"Eilu V'Eilu Divrei Elokim Chaim" (See Talmud Eruvin 13b), To allow chalev, treif, etc? "azoi tit min duh".
" ICH VAIS BESSER FUHN ALLEH YIDDIN "....... Zugt Jackabowitz
You don't have to go to tevyas ranch; take a walk over to Maspeth, n. y.
If one saw another Jew relying on a Halachic leniency...... There is a differance between a halachic leniency and outright " shtoos". I wonder what the alter Satmar Rav would say.
What about OU supreme arrogance that WE are the OU standard and we will not answer questions of which OU processor is using kulos that the others aren't. Because the OU should be good enough for you, v'zehu
It's the large vein of the arm, which the Halacha says it must be removed.
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