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Did you know that Yuli Edelstein’s father-in-law is a big funder of Ezra LeMarpeh?

Yuli Edelstein is the State of Israel’s ‘Health’ Minister.

In recent months, he’s gone full-on hysterical health dictator, coming out with proposals for measures that are just pure health fascism.

Except instead of getting verboten Jews to wear a yellow Star of David, he wants non-verboten Jews to tie a green ribbon around their necks. Or wave a ‘green passport’, in order to have basic human rights like being able to buy a pair of knickers in person.


Over on the Wikipedia entry for dear Yuli, I learned this about his family:

His mother, Anita Edelstein, was Jewish, while his father, Yuri Edelstein, is the son of a Jewish father and Christian mother. Both converted to Christianity, and Yuri is now a Russian Orthodox priest in Karabanovo of Kostroma Oblast named Father Georgy.


With yichus like this, how could anyone entertain for a moment, a minute, that Yuli doesn’t just have the best interests of the Jewish people in Israel, at heart?

But there’s more.

Yuli’s first wife passed away a few years’ ago, so in 2016 he remarried a lady called Irina Nevzlin, “chair of the board of directors of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot and President of the NADAV Foundation”.

Me being me, I went to check out what the NADAV Foundation is, and what it does.

Here’s a couple of it’s ‘pluralistic’ projects that caught my eye:

  • Jewish Outreach Institute’s Mothers’ Circle Program – To develop a unit on Jewish Peoplehood and Israel to be offered in a course for non-Jewish women who are raising Jewish [sic-k]children.

  • Mechon Hadar – To support participation of international students in a summer fellowship program at this traditional, egalitarian yeshiva in New York which attracts students in their 20’s and 30’s from around the world and across denominations and levels of Jewish education.


Isn’t that lovely!

Then, I went to check out Irina’s Russian billionaire dad, Leonid Nevzhlin.

Apart from having the sort of ties with the Russian oligarchy (which can also be spelled m-a-f-i-a, depending on the dictionary you use) that would make Donald Trump blush, Leonid is also really into Jewish peoplehood.

More on that in a moment. But here’s what else caught my eye, from the Wikipedia entry for lovely Leonid:

Nevzlin is also a long-term supporter of Israeli healthcare charity Ezra Lemarpeh.


In case you’ve been living on Planet Mars recently (lucky you!), you probably already know that ‘Ezra Lemarpeh‘ is run by one Avraham Elimelech Firer, who is a very rare breed:

He’s an Haredi guy that the State of Israel loves.

Here’s some of the prizes (which can also be spelled b-r-i-b-e-s, depending on the dictionary you use) he’s been given, over the years:

In 1997, Rabbi Firer was awarded the Israel Prize, for his special contribution to society and the State of Israel.[2]

In 2002, Rabbi Firer was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Weizmann Institute. In 2008, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Haifa.

On 10 June 2010, at the Rambam Summit, Prof. Rafi Beyar, Director of Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa, honored Rabbi Firer with the Rambam Award 2010.

Firer is also the recipient of the Begin Prize.[3]


(There’s a lovely pic of Mr Firer mugging it up for the cameras with the late, horrible, Shimon Peres, on his wiki page, reader beware.)


Mr Firer was recently hitting the headlines all over the place, encouraging the chareidi population to go and get the experimental, untested, gene-therapy-illegally-labelled-as-a-vaccine, that was only tested on a small group of healthy, male monkeys for a very short time, before being rolled out for mass human experimentation.

(According to Pfizer’s own documentation, that I wrote about HERE and that was leaked HERE, in the comments section of the Jerusalem Post.)


Here’s a reminder of what those documents said:

  1. The mRNA vaccines contain nanoparticles, and amongst other things, those nanoparticles have been designed to prevent the synthetic mRNA in these ‘vaccines’ from breaking down naturally in the body.
  2. The mRNA vaccines have a shelf-life of 6 months, and that is presumably part of the reason the government is in such a mad rush to vaccinate everyone, as per the terms of the real contract they signed with Pfizer.
  3. The mRNA vaccine is based on the spike protein found in the Wuhan strain of SARS-COV2. There is no proof it works against any of the other 4,000 strains of coronavirus.
  4. The study done with the mRNA vaccines on Rhesus monkeys was:  “[C]onsidered insufficient to demonstrate efficacy against the disease.”
  5. That study on Rhesus monkeys was done on a very small group of young, health, ALL MALE animals, that were only studied for a short period of time (I think something like 28 days, but I have to double-check).
  6. No tests were carried out on how these ‘vaccines’ might contribute to the recipients developing a serious auto-immune disorder, despite the fact that they have been designed to artificially stimulate the immune system.



This quote comes from the above article on the Ha’aretz website.

(Ah, I forgot to mention that Yuli Edelstein’s father-in-law also owns 20% of Ha’aretz. My bad.)

“Everyone who is able to be vaccinated, should do so,” announced Rabbi Avraham Elimelech Firer, speaking on behalf of three major Haredi leaders – Rabbis Chaim Kanievsky, Gershon Edelstein and Shalom Cohen.”


Rav Firer allegedly told many people in the chareidi community that the experimental Covid 19 gene therapy is completely safe, and has no dangerous side effects.

Off the back of his advice, many people stampeded to get the super-safe, no-bad-side-effects-at-all (that are known…) experimental-gene-therapy-illegally-called-a-vaccine.

Now, you want to get jabbed, you don’t want to get jabbed, that’s your business.

But I have a real problem with the fact that NO-ONE knew that one of Firer’s biggest funders is also the father-in-law of the State of Israel’s ‘Health’ Minister, who is currently going full monty on the medical diktatorship front.


Now that YOU know this information, would it have made you a little more wary of accepting Mr Firer’s advice, without checking things out more carefully first?

I mean, we all know that ‘a bribe blinds the eyes of the wise’.

Even the greatest amongst us can err in this matter.


One last small curiosity, and then we’ll call it a day.

I almost called this post ‘A tale of two Edelsteins’.

The one is Yuri, son of a Russian Orthodox priest, married to a Russian billionaire, who is pushing coronafascism down everyone’s throat, in his role as the State of Israel’s ‘Health’ Minister.

And the other one is R’ Gershon Edelstein, scion of a long line of Litvak rabbonim with links all the way back to the Volozhin yeshiva – as well as close ties to the State of Israel – who are also pushing coronafascism down everyone’s throat.

They look so very different, from the outside.

But I can’t help wondering how much more they really have in common, apart from a shared surname.

Maybe one day, we’ll find out.



I forgot I was going to check out Leonid’s connection to the Jewish People’s Policy Institute, that was founded by the Jewish Agency in 2002, and has the usual ‘fishy’ smell abounding.

It’s all about pushing out orthodoxy, and replacing it with ‘post-halachic’ Judaism, as they like to call it.

Take a look at this paper, for an example of what I’m talking about, where the author is over the moon that the Coronavirus crisis is ‘accelerating’ the move away from traditional synagogues and prayers to hi-tech Reform-style fake yiddishkeit:

And here’s where you can see a bit of their ‘Pluralism in Israel Project’:


And here’s where you can see some of their ‘partners’ – it’s many of the same old group of names we’ve got so used to seeing all over ‘back end’ projects connected to the State of Israel:

Lester Crown and Charles Goodman

On behalf of the Crown Family Foundation
William Davidson Foundation

Nathan and Francis Kirsch
On behalf of the Kirsch Family Foundation Ltd.

Irina Nevzlin
On behalf of the Nadav Foundation

Robert Capito and Jeffrey Schoenfeld
On behalf of the New York Federation

Charles Ratner
Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Jewish Agency for Israel

Nathan Sharansky
Chairman of the Board of the Jewish Agency for Israel

David Silvers
Chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee of the Jewish Agency for Israel

Paul Singer

On behalf of the Paul Singer Foundation

Rani Trainin
Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Jewish Agency for Israel

Judy and Michael Steinhart Foundation


These ‘charitable’ organisations and foundations are the real government, the real power in the State of Israel.

I covered other bits of this story here:

Meet the real government of Israel

We didn’t vote them in, and whoever we vote for next month, we can’t seem to kick them out.

But hopefully, Moshiach will show up soon, and show us how to clean house properly and peacefully.



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18 replies
  1. True Tzadikkim
    True Tzadikkim says:

    Shabbat ZACHOR shalom umevorah!
    Enjoy the “picture”.
    Snow white for us.
    Lava for the….

    Jewish Outreach Institute’s Mothers’ Circle Program – To develop a unit on Jewish Peoplehood and Israel to be offered in a course for non-Jewish women who are raising Jewish [sic-k]children.

    Hhhh i just saw that ETNA is spitting a loooot of LAVA out…
    Bat Phe-RAo …..




    R O M I,
    E S S A U,
    E D O M ????



    אמר רב יהודה אמר שמואל: בשעה שנשא שלמה את בת פרעה, הכניסה לו אלף מיני זמר ואמרה לו: כך עושין לעבודה זרה פלונית וכך עושים לעבודה זרה פלונית, ולא מיחה בה

    בת פרעה ETNA EXPLODING!!!

  2. Rachel Erman
    Rachel Erman says:

    Yuli Edelstein wears a kippa, you know. He is a baal teshuvah. One is not allowed to remind a baal teshuva that his relatives did (or are doing) avodah zarah, and certainly not to make it public like that.

  3. Reuven
    Reuven says:

    Rachel, I didn’t see anywhere in this article where it mentions anything about Mr Edelstein’s own religious background or observance?

  4. Daisy Stern
    Daisy Stern says:


    Shavua Tov. This is a very important article, and I reviewed the article you linked to re: the real gov. of Israel. Fantastic and well researched info, thanks for this great work of yours.

    A couple of remarks:

    1. I think it would be helpful if you dated your posts, so we can go back in time and correlate the posts to facts as they evolve.

    2. After reading about Edelstein, I thought of your “yichus” allusion: wait a minute, I thought you rather despise alluding to yichus: so why should it matter here, davka? Just asking.

    3 Re: Rav Firer: I agree that those relationships are rather troublesome: yet after reviewing his works, I must say he is really doing amazing things. I personally called his line a couple of times for referrals in the past and received excellent service. As you mentioned, it can happen to the best of us, and he is really good in so many ways; he has accomplished so much, we should be that worthy. But I also agree with you that his influence is suspicious and troublesome when it comes to the vax: all the big Hareidi rabbis rely on his opinion like it is Torah min Hashamayim. This financial connection HAS to be publicized so people will know that he doesn’t only represent his own views, but also the views of his funders, i.e. Edelstein i.e. the gov, therefore everything evil and crooked: money talks, and in this case it should shout through the rooftops. So how does one handle a situation of this kind, with a tsaddik ( lower case t on purpose) doing murky things to the detriment of the population? How does one expose this without lashon hara?

    Kol Tuv

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      The short answer is: I don’t know.

      There is evil speech for a good purpose, which is permitted.

      All this stuff is very ‘grey’, and for sure I’m infringing the rules of lashon hara.

      I’m speaking badly of people… but BH for a good reason, so that more people will wake up and stop trusting people they shouldn’t be trusting, especially with something as precious as their spiritual and physical health.

      What else can I say….

      Re: the yichus – I take the point. ‘Yichus’ shouldn’t matter, for good or for bad. That’s the ideal. In reality… we’re not there yet.

    • Ana
      Ana says:

      Shemot 23:8 – davka pikchim and tzaddikim are mentioned in the passuk about bribery; that’s the chiddush. To say that someone is a chacham or a tzaddik only brings them within the realm of the passuk and does not remove suspicion…

      (ח) וְשֹׁחַד לֹא תִקָּח אסור לדיין לקחת שוחד אפילו כדי לדון דין אמת,כִּי הַשֹּׁחַד יְעַוֵּר פִּקְחִים השוחד מעוור אפילו את העיניים של אדם חכם, כך שאינו יכול לראות את האמת, וִיסַלֵּף דִּבְרֵי צַדִּיקִים וכן, השוחד מסלף את דבריהם הצודקים של בעלי הדין. הדיין שקיבל שוחד, כבר לא יוכל לקבל את טענות בעלי הדין אפילו אם הן צודקות

      Search yourselves for different understandings and applications of what this means.

      The formatting is off; there is a good explanation of the passuk in Hebrew here:

      • Daisy Stern
        Daisy Stern says:


        Thank you for your great reply, Ana: of course! We become immersed in so many derivatives that we forget the basics: isn’t it time we ladies became a bit “Talmidot Chachamot” for a change? It would make life a lot clearer for us. Thanks for this reminder that deserves deep attention – and is a lesson for the future.

        • Ana
          Ana says:

          I just want to emphasize that I’m not saying that R’ Melech Firer DID accept bribery (even if not knowingly)… this is such a complex situation. On the one hand, we have to dan l’kaf zechut – especially talmidei chachamim and tzaddikim. I don’t think anyone will argue that R’ Firer has helped an enormous amount of people and has personally dedicated himself with tremendous mesirut nefesh… the complexity comes in with all of these “little” points here and there about who donates to who, who is married to who, about companies hired specifically to “take care” of Bnei Brak (and how do you think they influence public opinion, except through trusted tzaddikim, including Ezra L’Marpeh and Bonei Olam), etc.

          It’s such a difficult balance that it feels almost impossible. So much seems so problematic, glaringly so, yet we’re in such a bilbul that exactly the people and institutions we’re meant to appreciate and judge favorable and look to trust for the knowledge and tzidkut are being used against us…

          Hashem yirachem

  5. Daisy Stern
    Daisy Stern says:


    To make it clear: I was not criticizing you per se re: the issue of saying bad things about good people when needed; I was asking the question for myself – and others. It is a difficult topic, and because those people do so much good and are so respected among good people, it is that much harder to expose connections that absolutely need to be revealed. You are doing a great job here, I was just trying to point out that this Rav Firer is also good in so many ways…like many others as well; nobody is perfect. So how to go about it is very difficult yet necessary. Maybe all of us together might be able to find a way. How about, first of all, pointing out the good things in the people we feel we do need to criticize about terrible things they are also doing? Giving a balanced view instead of a one-sided view? Stressing the good while also stressing the bad??? Just a suggestion, for me, for you, for all of us in this together.

    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      I think the key is to focus on the actions, not the person. I try to make that the ikker when I’m writing – I am just stringing the facts together, mostly, and they tell their own story.

      I have no idea if Mr Firer is good or bad. I’m just putting out there some facts that people need to know, to make up their own minds.

      But it’s a good point, to present a balanced view. Sometimes, I need some help from the readers to do that, because I don’t know Mr Firer myself, and I have no idea what else he’s been up to.

  6. nechama
    nechama says:

    its a bonafide BIOWEAPON, not the virus, that was a ploy to get everyone into the same pot, then they lit the fire underneath and now everyone who got jabbed is liable for blood clots that kill, brain disease-“like” the mad-cow type, and a killer of heightened immune response as soon as they come in contact with the autumn seasonal flu chv”s. Can you explain to me the link with Trump??

  7. nechama
    nechama says:

    There is one possibility that only “…Just 0.06% Israelis sick after two shots, no one serious – study” is because Israelis are a nation of sun-batherers. That translates into healthy Vit D3 (and Vit C) the sunshine vitamin. This is one of the treatments that reduce the ‘virus’ effects, so maybe also the biow adv effects. Our (Israeli) traditional ME foods and plenty of sunshine year ‘round are what helps immensely. However, the water supply is very weak in Mg – magnesium, which is also what the body needs to fight off invaders. Thought you might find this interesting. PS it baffles me that the “frum” have pushed this onto their followers, when there are hundreds of rabbis that cautioned against. Isn’t it weird that after the Shoah, it would be the religious (e.rav.) rabbis that might be responsible for the demise of so many of their own??? Its a true conundrum.


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