The Laws Concerning Mashiach
The ideology of Chabad-Lubavitch contadicts the Laws of the Torah. What follows is a very brief explanation as to why Chabad contradicts the Torah Laws concerning Moshiach. The following quotes were purposely taken from a Chabad publication in order to better illustrate the fact that Chabad violates and contradicts the Laws of the Torah even in cases when they print those lasw in their own publication.
Chapters 11 and 12 of Hilchos Melachim ("The Laws Concerning Kings") from the Mishneh Torah of the Rambam, discuss the subject of Mashiach and the Era of the Redemption.
"If a king will arise from the House of David who delves deeply into
the study of the Torah and, like David his ancestor, observes its
mitzvos as prescribed by the Written Law and the Oral Law; if he will
compel all of Israel to walk in [the way of the Torah] and repair the
breaches [in its observance]; and if he will fight the wars of G-d;
we may, with assurance, consider him Mashiach."
"If he succeeds in the above, builds the [Beis Ha]Mikdash on its site,
and gathers in the dispersed remnant of Israel, he is definitely the
Mashiach. If he did not succeed to this degree or he was killed, he surely
is not [the redeemer] promised by the Torah." (Chapter 11:4)
"If he succeeds in the above, builds the [Beis Ha]Mikdash on its site, and gathers in the dispersed remnant of Israel, he is definitely the Mashiach. If he did not succeed to this degree or he was killed, he surely is not [the redeemer] promised by the Torah." (Chapter 11:4)
Did the Chabad Rebbe did any of that before he died? Obviously not. Did he build the Beis HaMikdash (Third Temple) on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem? No. Did the Chabad Rebbe fought the wars of G-D? No. Did he gather all the Diaspora Jews in Israel? No. In fact, he didn't even go to Israel once in his life. Chabad headquarters are still located outside of Israel, and most of the Chabad activities are also outside of Israel. But most importantly, Chabad doesn't tell Jews to move to Israel.
Did the Chabad Rebbe compel all the Jews in the world to walk in the ways of the Torah? Obviously not. Chabad has done some very successful Kiruv work where they tell people about lighting shabbat candles and putting on tefilin. But that is not enough. The activities, methods, and ideology of Chabad directly contradict the laws and values of the Torah. Chabad is considered a messianic cult, so the Kiruv activities they do are to attract people to their cult, and NOT to walk on the way of the Torah. In fact, Chabad is considered to be one of the most destructive forces against Jews today.
How about the last issue, which sounds a lot simpler than everything else, did the Chabad Rebbe delved deeply in the study of the Torah? Did he observed the mitzvot of the Torah as prescribed by the Written Law and by the Oral Law? No. Definitely no. Any other Rabbi of his generation knew that the Chabad Rabbi was far from being a Tzadik, and that he was very ignorant and did not observe the Laws of the Torah. He obviously knew more Torah than his followers, who knew even less than him, but compared to any real Torah Scholar, the Chabad Rebbe knew nothing. And on top of that, he claimed to be the Moshiach.
So according to the laws of the Torah, there is no doubt whatsoever that the Chabad Rebbe was obviously not the Moshiach. And now that he is dead, only a fool who knows nothing of Torah would continue saying or thinking that the dead Chabad Rebbe is the Moshiach. Saying or thinkg that the dead Chabad Rebbe is the Moshiach, or that he may come back from the dead to become Moshiach, or that he really never died and will "re-appear" sometime in the future to become Moshiach, is not only silly, it's against Jewish Law.
!!! CHABAD IS BAD FOR THE JEWS !!!
!!! JUST SAY NO TO CHABAD !!!
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