Here’s what’s been going on with Rabbi Eliezer Berland the last few weeks.
Let’s do a quick recap, and then I’ll tell you something you can do to try to help the Rav, in his spiritual battle against evil.
The Rav was released to house arrest February 25th, under the usual harsh conditions, including a massive amount of bail that needed to be posted in a very short amount of time; and a stipulation for the Rav to pay up front for a security team to be with him 24/7.
Baruch Hashem, the money for the bail was raised.
While all that was going on, the Rav’s ‘accuser’ actually had a stroke and is now not compos mentis, so the non-existent case the police were trying to build against the Rav has totally disappeared in a puff of smoke.
In the post-Covid world, hopefully it’s getting so much easier for you to spot the media lies yourself, but let’s just pause a moment, to catch them ‘in action’.
The horrible Times of Israel wrote HERE that Rav Berland had been accused by ‘hundreds’ of people.
FACT: He was accused by one person, backed by the main persecutors of the Rav in Meah Shearim who were behind the other false accusations – and who I’m pretty sure of, now, belong to that ‘interesting group’ of fake Jews I’ve been writing about for the last few months.
And that group of fake Jews are actually part and parcel of the Frankist-Freemason nexus that really control the State of Israel (and pretty much the rest of the world…)
That same fake news story said this:
The details of the negotiations on the plea bargain, which are ongoing, have yet to be confirmed by the authorities. The alleged victims’ lawyers said that to the best of their knowledge, it would include 14 months of imprisonment, compensation of NIS 5,000-10,000 ($1,500-$3,000) per victim and a fine to be paid to the state.
The Rav has now been imprisoned for almost 14 months – with no trial.
And even if he was found guilty of the ludicrous, fake charges, he’d only serve 14 months in prison.
So, that’s the back story leading up to what happened last week.
The Rav is 84 years old, and his experiences with the barbaric police and prison system here over the last year have led to his physical health breaking down.
The Rav has a number of very serious medical issues, and he can’t just be tossed from pillar to post, like some sack of potatoes, God forbid. His ‘house arrest’ location is somewhere up North, while the court hearings are continuing to be heard in Jerusalem – at least a 2 hour car journey away, even if it’s done speeding.
From the time he was ‘released’ to house arrest, the Rav has actually spent most of the time hospitalised.
So then, last Thursday, March 18th, the Jerusalem Court scheduled another appearance for Rav Berland.
Wednesday night, March 17th, a physician came to check the Rav’s physical condition, to see if he was physically capable of making the trip down to Jerusalem and sitting in a lengthy court hearing.
The doctor wrote a note to the judge saying it was forbidden for the Rav to make the trip or sit in court, as his frail state of health simply wasn’t up to it.
The judge didn’t accept the doctor’s note, and decreed the Rav should still appear the next day.
As the Rav was getting ready to go to Jerusalem, he was taken extremely ill, and almost passed out.
Instead of going to court, he was instead rushed to hospital by ambulance.
The Rav’s lawyers are now asking for the public to make a formal complaint against the judge in the case.
If you speak Hebrew, you can do that directly on the Court System’s website, HERE.
You need to include the following information in the complaint:
Complaint against Judge
And if you speak English, then the way to do it is to write in English, and send it to this email address:
Everyone has to do their part to get with the Tzaddik, in whichever way they ‘feel’ it.
Let me leave you with this, an awesome way that someone else is trying to ‘get with the Tzaddik’:
They are plastering his prayers across the back of buses in Tel Aviv!!!
May we all hear good news soon.
I just got this from a reader with a legal background, who included it in their ‘complaint’. I’m putting the main legal points below, in case any one else wants to use them, or use them as a ‘jumping off’ point for their own complaint.
These people still care ‘what the outside world’ thinks, and about their image, because their ‘image’ is all they really have, to control us.
So, even though we know God is definitely doing everything, and that prayer is definitely the first and most important line of defense, that prayer can and usually should be backed up with something ‘in this world’, to provide a vessel for the ensuing miracle….
So here it is:
Maybe these international instruments could be referenced in the complaint in addition to relevant references to Israeli applicable legislation in order to evidence that prosecuting the Rav in his current health condition and at his age when there is no merit on the case (no offense was committed and the witness is disqualified) is tantamount to an inhuman treatment and does not guarantee a fair trial.
> 1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) ratified by IL > Art 5 provides that « No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.» > Art 10 provides that « Everyone is entitled to full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him »
> 2. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) ratified by IL on 3 Oct 1991 – no acceptance of individual complaints procedure > Art 14(1) sets forth « in the determination of any criminal charge against him, or his rights and obligations, in a law suit, everyone shall be entitled to a fair and public hearing by a competent, independent and impartial tribunal established by law »
> 3. UN Basic Principles of the Independence of the Judiciary endorsed by UN GA resolutions 40/32 and 40/146 > Art 6 sets forth that « The principle of the independence of the judiciary entitles and requires the judiciary to ensure that judicial proceedings are conducted fairly and that the rights of the parties are respected ».
> 4.The Universal Charter of the Judge ratified by IL > Art 1 provides that « Judges shall in all their work ensure the rights of everyone to a fair trial. They shall promote the right of individuals to a fair and public hearing (…) ».
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