For weeks, we didn’t know if the Rav was going to make it out to Uman this year for Rosh Hashana.

Yesterday night, we found out that the Rav got on a plane headed for Uman yesterday morning.

They were keeping it secret until he could actually arrive there safely.

Baruch Hashem, the kibbutz is happening this year, and thousands of people are already in Uman.

With thousands more joining them, this week.


This is really good news!

And that the Rav, Rav Berland, is also there for the first time in three years, is also really, really good news.

Everything can be sweetened on Rosh Hashana – everything!

And the side of evil knows this, which is why it’s still trying to crank out it’s ‘fear propaganda’ about Uman.

Like this latest ‘headline news’ on the State of Israel propaganda site called Yeshiva World News:

Russia: “We Won’t Guarantee Safety Of Chassidim In Uman On Rosh Hashanah”


Yah, whatever.

God is running the world… and there haven’t been any rockets anywhere near Uman for months and months and months.

With public opinion so against them anyway, there is no way in a million years the Russians would try to bomb a gathering of thousands of Jews.

(The Ukrainians are another story…. but the same God who protects the pilgrims from the Ukrainians every year will hopefully continue to do that this year too.)


But in the meantime, it’s amazing news, that the Rav got to Uman!

And that there are thousands of people already there, and more on the way.

BH, I will keep you apprised of what’s really going on there, as more of the people I know head out this week.

But we can see once again, that all those billions and trillions that the US and Europe apparently spent on the ‘war in Ukraine’ really just found their way into the bank accounts of the crooked oligarchs and political puppets who think they are running the world.

It’s a world of lies, remember?

But hopefully, the big cracks that are appearing in the ‘world of lies’ all over the place will continue to spread, until the whole thing crumbles to dust.

It’s going to be a big Rosh Hashana.


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