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New York - JUST IN: Show Tickets From “THE EVENT” Concert A Total Sellout In Shadow Of Last-Minute Ban Attempt

Published on: February 26, 2009 09:25 PM
By: VIN News By David Gold
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this proclamation was printed in this weeks Satmar Yiddish newspapers Der Yid, and Der Blattthis proclamation was printed in this weeks Satmar Yiddish newspapers Der Yid, and Der Blatt

New York - Despite last-minute attempts by a group to stop this Sunday evening’s “The Event” concert, producer Sheya Mendlowitz vows “the show will go on.”
The proclamation calling for a ban on the concert was signed by principals of Hasidic yeshivas in Brooklyn and Lakewood and was published today in several Yiddish newspapers.
The ban specifically asks parents to avoid purchasing recordings by Lipa Schmeltzer.
However, “we have followed the guidelines the gedolim have set for us.  They have wished us brachah and great hatzlachah!  Baruch Hashem we are seeing their brachah coming to fruition as ticket sales are nearing a total sellout.  We will not back out and look forward to greeting everybody Sunday evening,” said Sheya in an interview with VIN.
Sunday evening’s show will pay special tribute to Jewish music and media visionary Rabbi Eli Teitelbaum ZT”L.
When apprised of the latest situation, The Event’s star attraction Lipa Schmeltzer told VIN, “I am proud to be Lipa and try to be a role model in Klal Yisroel.  Through last year’s trials and tribulations, I find myself closer to the Ribbono Shel Olam and thank Him everyday for this gift He has given me.  No one is perfect, but I try to do the right thing.  Sunday evening’s show will be so geshmack and mechayadik—so perfect for these difficult times and for Chodesh Adar especially.  Hashem should continue to give me the strength to continue and be mesameach the klal.”



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1

 Feb 26, 2009 at 08:34 PM Milhouse Says:

This sort of thing does not affect my emunas chachomim one bit. It just helps me figure out who is a chochom and who is not.

2

 Feb 26, 2009 at 08:48 PM surprise Says:

i dont believe that rav kotler signed this

3

 Feb 26, 2009 at 08:44 PM baruch eptstein Says:

Reply to #1  
Milhouse Says:

This sort of thing does not affect my emunas chachomim one bit. It just helps me figure out who is a chochom and who is not.

I know lipa he is a real tzadik if he is there I am there

4

 Feb 26, 2009 at 08:46 PM yeps Says:

i was really waiting for this!!!!!!

6

 Feb 26, 2009 at 08:42 PM Anonymous Says:

they didn't ban the concert they are just baning their followers and talmidim to attend the concert

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 08:40 PM MICHESQ Says:

If individual communities want to ban Lipa that is their business and they should be free to do so. However it is amazing that someone who listens to Gedolei Yisrael and recognizes the nedd to follow the guidance of others should be subjected to persistant harassment. Heyon the other hand at least those who issue bans help keep printers employed and today that in of itself is a zechus.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 08:40 PM Anonymous Says:

Lipa, thanks for using your talents to serve Hashem by bringing pure simcha to Klal Yisrael. May it be His will that you be blessed with Kol Tuv.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:10 PM boroparkyenta Says:

B"H the chasidish schools I send my children to are not on the list, because we bought tickets and we are IY"H going. Lipa is the BEST ever and his music brings us to deep levels of simcha! It is a mitzva to be besimcha! Parents raise children, not schools. Schools should teach, and Rabbis should answer questions when asked. First everyone should just mind their own business.
No one can control what music is played in the home, or at a wedding, or sung anywhere! Lipa is here to stay, and nothing will change that. Lipa is wonderful!
We are glad that they are not giving in to any pressure! The show must go on!
Tzedaka to help the poor in these days......is an important mitzva.
Rabbi Eli Teitelbaum Z"L was a one of a kind Rabbi, who spoke up against all the scam artists and swindlers who tried to scheme everyone out of their money!
Too bad there is no replacement for him. He spoke about things that were important and necessary! What a Rabbi! We will go and enjoy!

10

 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:31 PM Analyzer Says:

The Same Ban is for almost every Big Chasunah or Public event Menahlim and Rabaaim tell students not to go because of Bitul Torah and so on

11

 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:26 PM Use Your Head Says:

In these troubling times, the rule of the day is "Da'as Torah k'neged Da'as Torah"!

12

 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:23 PM Anonymous Says:

it's interesting to note that this new "ban" was only published when there were no more tickets left to sell....

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:21 PM Chaim B. Says:

A true yiras shomayim would have voiced his oposition right in the begining why wait till last second.

It's belony this whole shtick all over again,,,,, Klal yisroel has enough problems don't invent new ones.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:18 PM Anonymous Says:

Lipa be strong, don't let those jealous people stop you!! We all love and enjoy your talent please don't stop and be strong! I can't wait to see you!

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:16 PM Anonymous Says:

Bnei Torah shouldn't be wasting their time and money on this trash. In these troubled times they should be learning as many hours as they can. And when they are not learning they should be helping those less fortunate than them. They should be a roll model for the younger boys.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:33 PM Milhouse Says:

Reply to #6  
Anonymous Says:

they didn't ban the concert they are just baning their followers and talmidim to attend the concert

If they'd merely said "we're sure he's a fine Jew, but in our judgment his music is not appropriate for our talmidim", that would be fine. But they had no right to make false and terrible accusations against him.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:36 PM Yaakovsladder Says:

I really don't understand the whole controversy surrounding Lipa. I have two of his CDs and don't see any problem with him. What is the problem already? What has this man done to deserve this?

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:36 PM honestlyfrum Says:

I was waiting for this. What took so long?

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:38 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #15  
Anonymous Says:

Bnei Torah shouldn't be wasting their time and money on this trash. In these troubled times they should be learning as many hours as they can. And when they are not learning they should be helping those less fortunate than them. They should be a roll model for the younger boys.

To the contrary; getting out to a concert of chasidic music is equally important for bachurim and bais yakov girls as would be limud torah; they need a break and this is a heimeshe event. It even has separate seating so there is no impediment to participation by frumme yidden.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:44 PM Anonymous Says:

A lot of the guys that actually go to these things would be doing something less constructive by not going. They're going to a Frum concert instead of a movie or a metalica consert chas vsholom.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:53 PM kishke Says:

what makes someone a gadol anyway?

22

 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:52 PM Anonymous Says:

reply to number 20
you are 100% right with all the problems affecting the jewish guys /teenagers and early twenties this would be beautiful to save a few hundred people from wasting their time with shtussim and be able to come together hundreds of yiddin singing and being together........It should be a z'chus....I can't believe the rabbonim don't see the good in this concert

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 09:46 PM Anonymous Says:

Its about time the Rabonim come out against Lipa because when u listen to Lipa it can lead chas vshalom to drink unfiltered water that can chas vshalom lead to your wife wearing a wig from India which can lead you to expose a child molester in the community & we rabonim can't tolerate mesira

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 10:12 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #21  
kishke Says:

what makes someone a gadol anyway?

A "gadol" is defined as a rebbe whose views and paskins are accepted by the largest number of yiddim; in general, such individuals also are deemed to be talmedai chachamim but their "political" credentials are equally important. Also, a chasidic olam would never acknowledg a litvaher
"gadol".

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 10:16 PM r u kidding me! Says:

pls now is not the time to concentrate on these things when the world is in a depression pls let people have some enjoyment and live life I promise they will daven Mariv and be back in kollel the next morning on time!

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 10:29 PM Anonymous Says:

How could people go to such a concert and be besimcha in a time like this? People are suppose to stay home and cry to everyone they know on the phone about how tough the economy is with the recession?

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 10:36 PM Anonymous Says:

if rabbi rosenblaum from shar yosher and kosver rebbe and skvere dayan bp are not on the ban, they we are ok to go . they where involved in the first ban

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 10:36 PM Anonymous Says:

WARNING: Lipa concert will cause you to experience simcha! So to all those who are allergict to simcha and hate having a good time... STAY AWAY!!!

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 10:56 PM Anonymous Says:

Meshenichnas Adar Marbin Besimcha.
If we increase our simcha this month, Hashem will give us even more to be simcha'dig about.

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 12:02 AM Anonymous Says:

eli gerstners facebook status says that tickets are still avaialble

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 11:41 PM Anonymous Says:

I didn't see it in the blatt, and not in the street in williamsburg, from do people take this

32

 Feb 26, 2009 at 11:40 PM Anonymous Says:

The word BIG was taken out of the EVENT. Lipa should not change his name to something else and everyone will be happy.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 11:39 PM Anonymous Says:

There is something that is maybe not known to you but music is something that brings out inner fealings of a person when you hear a nigun of deveikus it could move you to tears or like the moishele song evrytime I hear it moves me but... Songs that come from a sorce that's not from kedusha bring out tuma it makes you move act and eventually pulls you in alower madrega its achain and that's what the rabonim oppose nobady takes away nobel deeds that people do but they do have to stand but what they see as something wrong now for all of you thaty are going enjoy but stop talking in such denigrating way about our rabonim

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 11:24 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #26  
Anonymous Says:

How could people go to such a concert and be besimcha in a time like this? People are suppose to stay home and cry to everyone they know on the phone about how tough the economy is with the recession?

וואס "עצבות" קען צוברענגען ... קען די גרעסטע עבירה נישט צוברענגען .! !

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 11:18 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #22  
Anonymous Says:

reply to number 20
you are 100% right with all the problems affecting the jewish guys /teenagers and early twenties this would be beautiful to save a few hundred people from wasting their time with shtussim and be able to come together hundreds of yiddin singing and being together........It should be a z'chus....I can't believe the rabbonim don't see the good in this concert

That's means daas bal habayis hepech daas torah

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 12:22 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #1  
Milhouse Says:

This sort of thing does not affect my emunas chachomim one bit. It just helps me figure out who is a chochom and who is not.

Good, good. It's important to feel good about yourself. Make whatever pompous statement that makes you feel warm and fuzzy...

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 04:56 AM To #15 Says:

If the concert is Bitul Torah certainly sufring the web is. You shouldn't be writing your comments either. Practice what you preach.

38

 Feb 27, 2009 at 07:17 AM TANNA KAMMA Says:

Lipa wants to be a "role model for K'lal Yisroel" ?!
I think he's pushing it there, mesameiach people i can accept, but entertainers shouldn't profess to be role models.

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 07:16 AM sj from ch Says:

I don't know Lipa but he has such a kind sweet voice & does so much to help others (based on other responses) how can rabonim ban him??? I wish I had the money to go to his concert & i wish I understood yiddish better so I could understand his songs. Hatzlacha Rabba. Have a good Shabbos.

40

 Feb 27, 2009 at 07:13 AM Anonymous Says:

I begining to suspect that lipa is the Mashiach......

41

 Feb 27, 2009 at 07:07 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #1  
Milhouse Says:

This sort of thing does not affect my emunas chachomim one bit. It just helps me figure out who is a chochom and who is not.

Lipa went for a brucha to reb dovid finstein before making his concert. And than they came to him to ban the concert reb dovid said that this is pure rishes to take.away a yids parnasa and didn't sign

42

 Feb 27, 2009 at 05:34 AM Anonymous Says:

Hard for me to take principals seriously. Many of them are businessmen, anyway. But clearly there are only a handful of roshei yeshiva up there.

43

 Feb 27, 2009 at 03:14 AM Everyone Missing The Point Says:

It seems to me that everyone has missed the point in this machlokes. Some months ago the Gedolim in Eretz Yisroel made a gezerah against a concert in Yerushalayim. They reasoned that it would lead to untzniusdik mixing of Yeshiva learners with Bes Yakov girls. At a time when the menuvlim were fighting in courts to march in the streets of Yerushalayim HaKodesh, what zchus would it be for Torah Yidden to abandon the Beis Midrash for a concert? I feel that in these difficult times with thousands of Yiddishe Mishpuchas loosing their parnassas, with Eretz Yisrael facing a terrible draught of geshem but at the same time the rain of Iranian missles, with the world facing a great depression, history will write that the Yidden in New York went to a huge concert and laughed and played and paid no mind. It is time for some sanity and to refocus the Frum Kehillas eyes toward what is essential in these times. The time for concerts from anyone is just not right. We need hisorarus and learning Torah as zchusim. Rejoice on Purim and sing Brucha Ester, Baruch Mordachai and that will be the zchus that might turn things around. Yidden do what is right.

44

 Feb 27, 2009 at 02:17 AM destro613 Says:

I thank these "rabbi's" for writing their names down, now own I will have this list in my blackberry and when someone asks for a donation if it is for 1 of these organizations I will tell them no and why!

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 07:39 AM Anonymous Says:

Are these people bored? I dont think the signatures are real. It most be a few nutcases who have no life and are trying to make a big stink over nothing. Grow up! There is nothing wrong with lipas songs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

46

 Feb 27, 2009 at 07:43 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #33  
Anonymous Says:

There is something that is maybe not known to you but music is something that brings out inner fealings of a person when you hear a nigun of deveikus it could move you to tears or like the moishele song evrytime I hear it moves me but... Songs that come from a sorce that's not from kedusha bring out tuma it makes you move act and eventually pulls you in alower madrega its achain and that's what the rabonim oppose nobady takes away nobel deeds that people do but they do have to stand but what they see as something wrong now for all of you thaty are going enjoy but stop talking in such denigrating way about our rabonim

Beethoven's 9th Symphony, 4th Movement always brings a tear to my eye - did that 'come from kedusha'? Obviously HKBH gave LVB, a non-Jew, a gift for composition who used it to make beautiful music.

47

 Feb 27, 2009 at 01:12 AM EMES Says:

are'nt they ashemed of themself ? that's the jewish world's problem ? " each " and every rebbe is fighting in secular court , or at din toireh with his own brother with the nastiest way's possible like " mesire " throwing out from shuls ,cemetery rights,etc. it's shameful to write everything....... and their problem is lipe ????? fix yourselfs and don't make a chilel hashem every second day & leave lipe alone

48

 Feb 27, 2009 at 01:05 AM Anonymous Says:

The last time Lipa was going to make the BIG EVENT, the Rabanim told him not to. Since Lipa is an ehrliche yunger man, he listened. If he's planning another EVENT, it MUST BE that he has a heter / green-light to make the concert. The Rabanim who signed against the EVENT are Mechulak with Lipa's Rav / Rabanim.

I would say that everybody should ask THEIR Rav if it's permitted to go.

And follow your Rav's guidance exactly as he tells you (as with everything in life).

49

 Feb 27, 2009 at 01:02 AM Anonymous Says:

Guys there is one thing we need to question here, if your daas Torah tells you to ban Lipa no problem but why do it right before the concert? We know about this concert for months, and by coming out two days before the concert, after investing so much money and hard work, with this big ban makes us all feel that this is not the daas Torah that’s against it, it sounds more like a personal thing against Lipa, because if the daas Torah is really against concerts, why don’t we ever see an Issur against HASC or any other MIXED seating concerts which are all full packed with frum people.
Lipa I know it’s really hard for you, but remember that we all know about your very good deeds and you always going out of your way to make happy a broken soul, and let’s not forget the wonderful words of that beautiful song of yours A PUSHITE YID, which inspires us all to keep trying and not fall back.

50

 Feb 27, 2009 at 12:57 AM Anonymous Says:

Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky & Rav Yosef Rosenblum refused to sign, just goes to show...

51

 Feb 27, 2009 at 12:15 AM Yamamai Says:

1) This ban comes out before every chol hamoed from YBC and MBC concerts.
2) Why is Project X (Daskal) better then Non Stop Lipa ?

52

 Feb 27, 2009 at 12:04 AM It's not me Says:

A total loss to the Askanim!

90% of the names on the letter are C or D class Rabonim and Mechanchim.

Oh yeah... when you see a name of a school without a name behind it that's is because:

a. they are still in court deciding to which part of the Chasidus the building belongs to.
b. they can't spell
c. they couldn't publish the name of the office lady.

next time they should collect signatures from the guys who arrange for Kapporos, the Tzitzis makers, the Gaboeim at all large Shuls, Flakey Jake and the chazan from 13th Ave.

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 Feb 26, 2009 at 11:32 PM Anonymous Says:

my personal opinion is that Rav Kotler should be more concerned about the tznius issues which are quite a disgrace for a supposed "toradiga yishuv, der heiliga lakewood" this is a minor catastrophe for one's soul in comparison to the major disasters one woman can bring upon a whole klal! i doubt anyone has strayed cuz of lipa's music, on the contrary he is mesameach elokim v'anoshim!

54

 Feb 27, 2009 at 07:44 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #43  
Everyone Missing The Point Says:

It seems to me that everyone has missed the point in this machlokes. Some months ago the Gedolim in Eretz Yisroel made a gezerah against a concert in Yerushalayim. They reasoned that it would lead to untzniusdik mixing of Yeshiva learners with Bes Yakov girls. At a time when the menuvlim were fighting in courts to march in the streets of Yerushalayim HaKodesh, what zchus would it be for Torah Yidden to abandon the Beis Midrash for a concert? I feel that in these difficult times with thousands of Yiddishe Mishpuchas loosing their parnassas, with Eretz Yisrael facing a terrible draught of geshem but at the same time the rain of Iranian missles, with the world facing a great depression, history will write that the Yidden in New York went to a huge concert and laughed and played and paid no mind. It is time for some sanity and to refocus the Frum Kehillas eyes toward what is essential in these times. The time for concerts from anyone is just not right. We need hisorarus and learning Torah as zchusim. Rejoice on Purim and sing Brucha Ester, Baruch Mordachai and that will be the zchus that might turn things around. Yidden do what is right.

Oh, and that's all we're doing, bread and circus all day long? Gimme a break.

55

 Feb 27, 2009 at 08:17 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #43  
Everyone Missing The Point Says:

It seems to me that everyone has missed the point in this machlokes. Some months ago the Gedolim in Eretz Yisroel made a gezerah against a concert in Yerushalayim. They reasoned that it would lead to untzniusdik mixing of Yeshiva learners with Bes Yakov girls. At a time when the menuvlim were fighting in courts to march in the streets of Yerushalayim HaKodesh, what zchus would it be for Torah Yidden to abandon the Beis Midrash for a concert? I feel that in these difficult times with thousands of Yiddishe Mishpuchas loosing their parnassas, with Eretz Yisrael facing a terrible draught of geshem but at the same time the rain of Iranian missles, with the world facing a great depression, history will write that the Yidden in New York went to a huge concert and laughed and played and paid no mind. It is time for some sanity and to refocus the Frum Kehillas eyes toward what is essential in these times. The time for concerts from anyone is just not right. We need hisorarus and learning Torah as zchusim. Rejoice on Purim and sing Brucha Ester, Baruch Mordachai and that will be the zchus that might turn things around. Yidden do what is right.

What is right for yidden now is to balance torah study, tefillah and simcha in their lives wherever they can find it. Clearly you want to stay in the dark and live in fear of all these tsoros; most of us will deal with the real wolld and find a great escape in Lipa's music. I feel sorry for your depressed outlook of the world. Hashem yarachem

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 10:41 AM Anonymous Says:

can some one tell us whats schools??? and the name of the rabbis...?

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 10:38 AM Anonymous Says:

GUYS WE GOT A MAJOR TOP CHASIDIC SINGER JOIN THE STAGE, SO MAKE SURE NO TO MISS IT. TIGHTEN UR SEAT BELTS.

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 10:15 AM Anonymous Says:

I am going to the concert and can't wait! Lipa and other entertainers like him give us a place to listen to great music and have fun in a Heimish environment! What these Rabbis don't understand is that people NEED an outlet. Better Lipa than something else!!

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 11:39 AM Shalom Says:

@43: "history will write that the Yidden in New York went to a huge concert and laughed and played and paid no mind"?

History will write that the Yidden in New York refused to let the depressing situations in the world prevent them from experiencing Simcha at a time of the year when we are supposed to be besimcha.

And the plural of "zechus" is "zechuyos". Not "zechusim". Do you say "Avinu malkeinu, kosveinu besefer zechusim"?!

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 08:29 AM Anonymous Says:

I see on one of the schools signature the Rabbi who hired my daughter last summer to work in their day camp and she got paid chanukah $300 with a check that was returned because Account closed..Its pirim already and he has NOT paid her and dosent return her phone calls...HE is the POYSIK hador that my children should NOT go to concerts...What a shame where this world had come to....

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 01:53 PM merking Says:

Reply to #15  
Anonymous Says:

Bnei Torah shouldn't be wasting their time and money on this trash. In these troubled times they should be learning as many hours as they can. And when they are not learning they should be helping those less fortunate than them. They should be a roll model for the younger boys.

A roll model eh? You mean like a croissant or an onion roll? Or do you mean they should roll on the floor?

Or do you mean a "ROLE" model?

Spelling counts in the real world mr. frumkeit.

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 01:45 PM shady Says:

anonymos, whether he has money or not has nothing to do with his rabbinical status. be dan lichaf zechus. anyway its gantz shayich that many of these signatures are false.

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 Feb 27, 2009 at 03:38 PM Anonymous Says:

the rabunim were smarter this time banning it after the tickets were sold out,like this lipa doesn't loose anything

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 Feb 28, 2009 at 12:57 PM tzadik Says:

Reply to #3  
baruch eptstein Says:

I know lipa he is a real tzadik if he is there I am there

you are as much as tzadik as he is...

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 Feb 28, 2009 at 08:03 PM bigwheeel Says:

Reply to #46  
Anonymous Says:

Beethoven's 9th Symphony, 4th Movement always brings a tear to my eye - did that 'come from kedusha'? Obviously HKBH gave LVB, a non-Jew, a gift for composition who used it to make beautiful music.

...Also, the "Yidden" song by MBD is highly inspiring, and we now know that it originated from foreign sources. So are the majority of inspiring Jewish songs and marches. There's one [liturgical] "March" rendered on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, which I (previously) heard in a totally "non-Religious" setting, at an International Exhibition and Fair!!!

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 Mar 01, 2009 at 12:58 AM shmuel Says:

Don't forget to sing "Maoz Tzur" with the traditional tune; it's really a German military march from the 15th century or so. And the niggun that people like to sing at kiddush leil Shabbos in shul? You know, "Kee vanu vacharta, etc."? That's undeniably an adaptation of Beethoven's 9th symphony, referenced above. So, if we all sing old tunes written by and for Christians, some 300-500 years old, why get worked up about Lipa singing more contemporary Christian tunes?
Finally, I'm delighted that: 1. rabbis are fighting other rabbis on this. Makes them all look bad, to be fighting over something so insignificant. 2. the banners of last year have lost face, were discredited, are ignored now, realize they made a good chareity lose lots of money---btw, did they ever make the charity whole?
Maybe we'll use our own minds for once. A very shocking proposition, for charedim to make up their own minds. Horrors!

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 Mar 01, 2009 at 12:49 PM Anonymous Says:

anyone knows the site where i can still buy tickets online?

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 Mar 01, 2009 at 12:53 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #67  
Anonymous Says:

anyone knows the site where i can still buy tickets online?

Yes in Gehenim

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 Mar 01, 2009 at 06:48 PM Mikeinmidwood Says:

Reply to #18  
honestlyfrum Says:

I was waiting for this. What took so long?

Same here, I was even thinking they wont ban it all together.

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 Mar 01, 2009 at 10:04 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #38  
TANNA KAMMA Says:

Lipa wants to be a "role model for K'lal Yisroel" ?!
I think he's pushing it there, mesameiach people i can accept, but entertainers shouldn't profess to be role models.

You are a 100% right that is what matters

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