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What Our Hasidic Rabbis Think About the State of Israel

Just as with the Church, not all Bible-believing Jews see in the modern State of Israel a fulfillment of prophecy

Independence Day 5779 is a great opportunity to look at the attitudes of Hassidic Rabbis and their followers toward the modern State of Israel. After living for 71 years in this Jewish state, Israel’s ultra-Orthodox have a wide variety of opinions regarding the state of the country. The Rozhin Dynasty of rabbis, which originated in Easter European countries, is now active in Israel and fully supports the return of Jews to the State of Israel based on their understanding of the Torah. Rozhin rabbis even support secular Zionist institutions. After the Declaration of Independence in 1948, Rabbi Yaakov Friedman, a…