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  • Lionel Mandrake
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    • Aug 2013
    • 768

    #61

    Mi Yodeya is a question and answer site for those who base their lives on Jewish law and tradition and anyone interested in learning more. It's 100% free, no registration required.

    What are the implications of karet?

    Does karet mean the soul will not ever enter the olam haba? Can teshuvah rectify the transgression which lead to the karet? Can that soul in another re-incarnation rectify the blemish of karet? By "karet" I'm referring to what I've come across in Gen 17:14 and Exod 12:15.

    asked Aug 28 at 16:16

    Rafael Linder
    Hi Rafael Linder, and welcome to Mi Yodeya! Thanks for your question! I have edited the title to make it more succint and useful. If you object to the change, feel free to edit it back or ping me by writing a comment and beginning it with @Daniel – Daniel Aug 28 at 16:24
    http://judaism.stackexchange.com/que...tions-of-karet
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    • Lionel Mandrake
      Senior Member
      • Aug 2013
      • 768

      #62


      Alex Linder
      Senior Solution and Software Architect
      Israel
      Computer Software

      http://il.linkedin.com/in/alexlinder

      Omri Linder
      Israel
      Management Consulting

      http://il.linkedin.com/pub/omri-linder/0/82/860

      Daniel Linder
      Lab Assistant at Microtech Medical Technologies
      Israel
      Medical Devices

      http://il.linkedin.com/pub/daniel-linder/24/860/52b


      Benny Linder
      Engneer at Given Imaging
      Israel
      Medical Devices
      http://il.linkedin.com/pub/benny-linder/65/81b/716
      Last edited by Lionel Mandrake; 3 Sep 2013, 12:04.
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      • Jordan Appleyard
        Member
        • Jul 2013
        • 32

        #63
        The VNNers keep on yapping about this thread that it's just "individuals with the same surname as Alex" as their only defense. Well, can their lazy asses start a counter thread to outpost all of the Gentile Linders outnumbering those of Jews?

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        • Lionel Mandrake
          Senior Member
          • Aug 2013
          • 768

          #64
          Originally posted by Jordan Appleyard View Post
          The VNNers keep on yapping about this thread that it's just "individuals with the same surname as Alex" as their only defense. Well, can their lazy asses start a counter thread to outpost all of the Gentile Linders outnumbering those of Jews?
          For comparative purposes to prove their point, I invite them to start a thread listing Jewish individuals with the surname Akins (which is my last name).

          Of course I don't expected that it would be a very long list.
          "The war we are fighting for our race is one that is being fought against our enemies over who will capture the hearts and the minds of our own people."

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          • Fred O'Malley
            I AM THE PALE HORSEMAN
            • Apr 2013
            • 173583

            #65
            Originally posted by Jordan Appleyard View Post
            The VNNers keep on yapping about this thread that it's just "individuals with the same surname as Alex" as their only defense. Well, can their lazy asses start a counter thread to outpost all of the Gentile Linders outnumbering those of Jews?
            Since coming out from under the VNN ether, all of Linder's actions tell me that he is more likely than not a jew.

            He hates women, a semitic view.
            He hates christians, a jewish view.
            He is a hater, a jewish trait.
            He has faked pictures of himself in WN hero roles.
            He is so radical to live crowds, that he is intentionally driving people away from WNism.
            He has belittled and insulted every WN that ever posted there, then he bans WNs to keep known kikes happy.

            Open your eyes, he isn't what he claims to be.
            Government is a DISEASE - FREEDOM is the CURE
            Integrity is doing the right thing when no one else is watching.
            “Men fear thought as they fear nothing else on earth — more than ruin, more even than death. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions, and comfortable habits; thought is anarchic and lawless, indifferent to authority, careless of the well-tried wisdom of the ages. Thought looks into the pit of hell and is not afraid … Thought is great and swift and free, the light of the world, and the chief glory of man.”Bertrand Russell, Why Men Fight

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            • Lionel Mandrake
              Senior Member
              • Aug 2013
              • 768

              #66
              It is entirely possible for Linder to be genetically Jewish without practicing Judaism as a religion.

              As most of us know, the Jews have at different times been driven out of every European country that they settled in.

              In many cases they were given a choice of converting to Christianity, or be expelled from the country. Many did convert - at least ostensibly. Christians in name only; but even if they did chose to convert and became practicing Christians, genetically they were still Jewish - they still have Semitic DNA, meaning they are still Jews, irrespective of whatever religion they practice or don't practice. Religion doesn't make someone a Jew - their DNA does.

              One only has to look at Alex Linder to tell he has Semitic features:





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              • Lionel Mandrake
                Senior Member
                • Aug 2013
                • 768

                #67
                A closer look at Alex Linder's better-looking Israeli namesake:

                "The war we are fighting for our race is one that is being fought against our enemies over who will capture the hearts and the minds of our own people."

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                • Fred O'Malley
                  I AM THE PALE HORSEMAN
                  • Apr 2013
                  • 173583

                  #68
                  He looks less kikish than VNN's Linder.
                  Government is a DISEASE - FREEDOM is the CURE
                  Integrity is doing the right thing when no one else is watching.
                  “Men fear thought as they fear nothing else on earth — more than ruin, more even than death. Thought is subversive and revolutionary, destructive and terrible, thought is merciless to privilege, established institutions, and comfortable habits; thought is anarchic and lawless, indifferent to authority, careless of the well-tried wisdom of the ages. Thought looks into the pit of hell and is not afraid … Thought is great and swift and free, the light of the world, and the chief glory of man.”Bertrand Russell, Why Men Fight

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                  • Lionel Mandrake
                    Senior Member
                    • Aug 2013
                    • 768

                    #69
                    Originally posted by Fred O'Malley View Post
                    He looks less kikish than VNN's Linder.
                    That Alex Linder is a Russian Jew living in Israel, judging by the languages he speaks:

                    Languages:

                    English
                    Full professional proficiency

                    Hebrew
                    Native or bilingual proficiency

                    Russian
                    Native or bilingual proficiency

                    http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view...cmpt%3Aprimary
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                    • Lionel Mandrake
                      Senior Member
                      • Aug 2013
                      • 768

                      #70
                      Ben Linder
                      (1959-1987)
                      The gift of a dreamer



                      "Ben Linder reminds me very much of those women and men who came from the South in the Civil Rights movement and by whose sacrifice and suffering we have the opportunity to be as free as we are in these United States... Black and white, Protestant, Catholic and Jewish. Ben Linder, I understand happened to be Jewish. The intensity of his dedication is really one of the finest examples of the prophetic and service tradition of Judaism in the world today."

                      "This was not an accidental death. This was a deliberate assassination. They knew he was an American. They knew what he was doing. He was simply building dams to provide fresh water and electricity to people in villages. But when you look at the other people the [Nicaraguan] contra have killed -- there were eight other foreign volunteer workers killed before Ben Linder. Approximately 100 medical workers killed. And a Baptist Center burned to the ground. There were more than 300 school teachers that have been killed. The war of the contras is not a war against the Sandinista government. It's a war against the Nicaraguan people -- against teachers, doctors, people trying to grow food."

                      "The United States of America cannot consider itself a bastion of freedom and human dignity if it continues to support the likes of these contras..."

                      "Ben Linder gave his life for us, that we might become partners in development, partners in freedom, with the people of Central America. God has blessed us by his sacrifice and his service. Hopefully your response tonight indicates that it will not be in vain."

                      Mayor Andrew Young
                      Memorial Service
                      Decatur, Georgia
                      May 3, 1987

                      http://www.liberationtheology.org/li...emembrance.htm
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                      • Lionel Mandrake
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                        • Aug 2013
                        • 768

                        #71
                        1. In the Beginning: Two Stories of Creation
                        by Doug Linder (2004)

                        In the beginning, about 3,000 years ago, Jewish desert dwellers in what is present-day southern Israel told a story around campfires about the creation of the first man and first woman. The story they told, and passed on to generations of future desert dwellers, described a pre-creation scene much like the desert landscape in which they daily struggled for existence. From the dry desert dust the Creator forms a man and breaths life into him, and then places him in a beautiful oasis-like garden, abundant with fruits. The Creator takes a personal interest in this first man, and sets about trying to find him a suitable companion. When none of the creatures He first forms provides the man the comfort He had hoped, the Creator makes the first woman. Everything goes well for a spell, in the story told in the desert, but then the Creator is disobeyed and bad things start to happen.

                        Four or five centuries later, five-hundred-plus miles to the east in what is most likely present-day Iraq, a remarkable Jewish writer—whose name we do not know—set about the ambitious task of constructing a primary history of his people. Evil Merodach reigned in this dark time of Jewish exile, around 560 B.C., and the writer hoped that his history would help his people endure their many trials. The writer was most likely a priest, and might have been assisted in his work by other priests and scribes. To accomplish his mission, he acquired at least two pre-existing writings on Jewish history. The prior writings came from different places and different times. One set of writings used the Canaanite term, “Elohim,” as the name of the creator god. A second set of writings, more ancient than the first, used a Judean term, “YHWH” (translated “Jehovah” in English), to describe its deity.

                        The priest wove the two texts together, trying to avoid repetition and altering them where necessary to avoid blatant inconsistencies. The priest confronted an additional problem: the two texts originally reflected views about two different gods in a time of polytheism, but by the time he compiled his history, belief in a single god had become prevalent among Jews. The priest, therefore, sought to remove passages supporting the polytheism of an earlier age—and, except for a few hints here and there, he succeeded. Finally, he added some writing of his own, or of his priestly contemporaries, that reflected the ideas of his own, more mature, period of Judaism.

                        The story the writer put together from the various texts is a compelling one. “The greatest story ever told,” it is now often called. Without question, it is the most significant history—if that term is appropriate for such a blend of real events and legends—ever written. Some of the events he described are consistent with other historical records, but many others—generally those before the time of Saul and David, or about 1000 B.C.—cannot be tested for accuracy, and are no doubt shaped to reflect the priest’s religious and political goals. The history includes dramatic accounts of persecution, escape, exile, sacrifice, and global devastation by a great flood. It tells of a creator god who watches over his people, tests his people, and promises them great things if only they honor his commandments. As any great story must, the history has villains and it has heroes. No figure plays a more heroic and central role in the priest’s work than a prophet by the name of Moses, born in Egypt in the 13th century B.C. Remarkably, memory of Moses survived in the writer’s people through seven centuries—and was, in fact, the inspiration for the task he gave himself.

                        The writer believed that his story would not be complete without an explanation of how things--the sun, the earth, the seas—and life--plants, animals, and humans--came to be. For good measure, the writer decided to include two such explanations. He did so even though the two stories contradicted each other on several points.

                        The priest opened his history with a creation story that might be his own, or one of his priestly contemporaries. The Creator in this story is impersonal, almost force-like. The pre-creation setting is a watery chaos. Creation takes place over six days. He begins by creating the heaven and the earth. Light comes next, followed by land rising from amidst the “gathered together” waters. The creation of living things occupies parts of the next three days. “Grass,” “fruit trees,” and “herbs” are created on the third day. Curiously, the sun, moon, and stars come into existence the day after the plant kingdom is created. On the fifth day, God brings forth fish, “great whales,” and “every winged fowl.” Finally, on the sixth day, God creates “cattle, and creeping thing, and beasts of the earth.” The creation story culminates with God bringing into existence his crowning creation: man made “in the image of God.” Man, the priest explains, is “to have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over the earth, and over every thing that creepeth upon the earth.”

                        Immediately after the first creation account, the priest inserted a second story, a version of the ancient tale that was first told centuries earlier around desert campfires. The deity in this second story is a personal god with human-like emotions, the Lord of the Plantation. The story opens on a barren landscape on which “no shrub of the field had yet appeared”. God had not yet “caused it to rain upon the earth.” Creation begins in the form “a mist from the earth” that waters the parched plain. God then forms from “the dust of the earth” the first man, Adam, and breathes “into his nostrils the breath of life.” Finding a suitable home for Adam is God’s next concern. (This God takes a paternalistic interest in the first human, his very special creation.) God “plants” an oasis-like garden in Eden. Proclaiming, "It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him," God forms “all the beasts of the field and all the birds of the air.” When none of the beasts proves to be on much comfort to Adam, God takes one of the first man’s ribs and makes the first woman, Eve. Adam and Eve anger God by eating a forbidden fruit, but they are nonetheless permitted to have sex and reproduce. From this first union of man and woman, the writer explained, have come all of us.
                        Later, of course, commentators noted that it was not possible for both creation stories to be literal history, but writing a literal history was never the priest’s goal anyway. How could anyone not see the contradictions? Most obviously, the order of creation is different in the two stories. In the six-day creation story, the order of creation is plants, birds and fish, mammals and reptiles, and finally man to reign over all created before him, while in the Adam and Eve story, the creation order is reversed, with man coming first, then plants and animals. The two creation stories also have different narrative rhythms, different settings, and different names for God. In the six-day story, the creation of humanity occurs through a single act and the creator, seeming more cosmic than human-like, is present only through a series of commands. In the Adam and Eve story, on the other hand, man and woman are created through two separate acts and God is present in a hands-on, intimate way. The pre-creation setting in the six-day story is a watery chaos, while in the Adam and Eve version, the setting before creation is a dry dessert. Finally, in the six-day story, the creator is called “Elohim,” while in the other version of events, the creator is “the Lord God” (“Yahweh”).

                        2. The Creator-God of Moses
                        by Doug Linder (2004)

                        In the court of Pharaoh Ramses II, in the thirteenth century B.C., a young child observed the mistreatment of the enslaved Hebrews. The boy’s name was Moses, derived from the Egyptian moser, meaning “is born.” What the boy saw, and what he held within, somehow came together to create one of the great transforming ideas of history. The world-changing idea that the prophet Moses (the biography of whom fills most of Exodus through Deuteronomy) carried to the West was that of a single, all-powerful Creator. Although other creation stories predate those of Genesis, notably the Sumerian “Seven Tablets of Creations” (Enuma Elish), these other stories typically described creation by gods—not the one omnipotent deity of Moses, “Yahweh.” The name, a transliteration from Hebrew, literally means “He who brings into being.” Moses introduced a deity who made in natural to conceive of the Creation as a unified, rational product—something that could scarcely be imagined in a world populated by many gods. (Trading one difficulty, for another, however, Moses caused his fellow monotheists to wrestle, as Christians and Jews today famously do, with the troubling question of evil and suffering. Why would a beneficent, all-powerful Creator tolerate these things in his Creation?)

                        The novelty of Moses’ vision is hard for most Americans to comprehend. Before the time of Moses, most cultures and religions showed relatively little interest in explaining the origins of the cosmos and life on earth. We are conditioned to assume anything that is, once was not—but that assumption was not generally shared in the ancient world. A brief survey of major cultures and religions reveals the paradigm-shattering nature of Yahweh. The early Chinese, for example, seem never to have given the question of creation serious attention at all. Hindus pondered creation, but for them creation seemed less a riddle to be explained than it was a cause for awe. The Vedas, sacred hymns in Sanskrit written between 1500 and 900 B.C., celebrate the radiance of the world made possible by the fragmenting of the original Oneness into thousands of limited forms. Hindus thus reverse western notions of creation: nothingness is not transformed into everything; everything has emerged from a Oneness that was there at the beginning. Taoists, believing in the unity and timelessness of the world’s processes, saw no need for a Creator who could make the new. For the Buddha, too, the question of creation was one without answers. Among the fourteen unanswerable questions listed by the Buddha were “Is the universe eternal or not eternal, or both?” and “Is the universe infinite in space or not infinite, or both or neither?” The Buddha, in a commonsense way that has made his philosophy attractive to millions, asked, “What use would it be to have the beginnings of things revealed?” Homeric epics, fashioned orally in Greece sometime after 1000 B.C., showed no signs of interest in how the world came into being. The epics begin with a world populated by fully mature gods and goddesses.

                        While Hindus, Buddhists, and Confucians look primarily inward for the meaning of life, the Creator-God of Moses invites speculation as to the nature of man, salvation, and the beginning and end of time. It is especially in the theology that owes its existence to Moses that the theory of evolution presents serious threat. The most defining belief of the Christian West until the early twentieth century was that of a God who created the earth and humans, and who guided the course of history. What happens to that God when science produces compelling evidence of a natural process, characterized by contingency and purposelessness, explaining the world’s amazing diversity of life? Does that God die, or does He retreat to the gaps of still-unanswered questions?

                        There is a second transforming aspect of Moses’ vision. This capable priest and savvy politician saw man as made “in the image of God.” If God is first and foremost a creator, and we are made in his image, are we then not also the possessors of creator-like qualities? Prior to the time of Moses, most people thought of themselves as instruments or playthings of gods. Usually people imagined themselves as victims─as persons incapable of changing the environment that so often seemed to conspire against their hopes. Moses—himself a kind of creator—helped changed this arguably pathetic conception people had of their role in the world.

                        Pulitizer-Prize winning historian Daniel Boorstein called Moses “a messenger of the new.” In his book The Creators, Boorstein put Moses front and center in Part One of his “History of the Heroes of the Imagination.” The influence of Moses’ creation could scarcely be overstated, Boorstein believed. Indeed, he identified it as the source of the scientific theories and hypotheses that would one day come to threaten the very religious concepts he fathered. Without Moses, in other words, Darwin would never have been possible.

                        http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/project...pes/gen1st.htm
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                        • Lionel Mandrake
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                          #72


                          Harold Linder Dies at 80


                          June 26, 1981

                          New York (Jun. 25)

                          Funeral services were held here yesterday for Harold Linder, a prominent investment banker and diplomat, former U.S. Ambassador to Canada, and a benefactor of many Jewish philanthropies who died Monday at the age of 80.

                          Linder was president and chairman of the U.S. Export-Import Bank from 1961-1968 when he was appointed Ambassador to Ottawa by President Johnson. Prior to that he had served in the U.S. State Department as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and later Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs. He was also a member of the Board of National Estimates and of the Central Intelligence Agency.

                          Born in Brooklyn and educated at Columbia University, Linder worked with the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees in London until World War II when he joined the U.S. Navy, attaining the rank of Commander. After the war he was a volunteer representative in London of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC). In addition to the JDC, he was active over many years on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, the Jewish Guild for the Blind and the American Jewish Committee.

                          In the course of his business career, Linder was a partner of Carl M. Loeb, Rhoades & Co., investment bankers, and was president of the General American Investment Co. He was also chairman of the board of trustees of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton University, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and of the finance committee of the Smithsonian Institution and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

                          Read more: http://www.jta.org/1981/06/26/archiv...#ixzz2dvXnz1Ny
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                          • Lionel Mandrake
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                            #73


                            Faculty

                            Al Linder


                            Al Linder was born in Chernowitz, Romania in 1936. In 1941, Al and his family were deported to a concentration camp in the Ukraine, where they were imprisoned for three years. In 1945, with help from the Jewish underground, they made their way to a displaced persons camps in Italy. During his four years in Italy, Al attended schools operated by former Jewish Brigade volunteers from Palestine. The family's goal was to immigrate to Palestine and join members of their extended family, but the British Blockade of Palestine stopped them from reaching their destination. Subsequently, the Linders contacted family members in the United States, who sponsored their immigration in 1949. Al graduated from the City University of New York with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Electrical Engineering. His professional career focused on the computer and telecommunications industries where he held various management positions in sales, marketing and product development for ITT, RCA and IBM. Al is a Temple Sinai congregant, and lives in Stamford with his wife Shelia.

                            http://www.templesinaistamford.org/i...vities_faculty
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                            • Lionel Mandrake
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                              #74


                              Maurice Linder Dies; Insurance Agent, 93
                              Published: March 17, 1988

                              Maurice Linder, an insurance agent for 45 years and the oldest living member of the industry's ''Million Dollar Round Table,'' died of heart failure Sunday at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Palm Beach, Fla. He was 93 years old and lived in Palm Beach.

                              Mr. Linder was the first president of the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation and longtime head of the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The society was the first synagogue established by the reconstructionist movement in Judaism. Mr. Linder was also a founder of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

                              Born in Austria, he came to the United States as a child and was raised in New York. He opened his own insurance agency in 1928 and was associated with the Travelers Insurance Company throughout his career, which ended with his retirement in 1983. He qualified several times for the round table, made up of agents who have sold more than $1 million worth of life insurance in a year.

                              http://www.nytimes.com/1988/03/17/ob...-agent-93.html
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                              • Lionel Mandrake
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                                #75


                                About the Author
                                Harve Linder




                                Harve Linder practices law in Atlanta, Georgia, representing clients in business, corporate, transactional, finance, commercial, and employment/labor matters, as well as serving as an arbitrator and certified mediator. He regularly provides pro bono legal representation and advice to numerous Jewish organizations and schools. His greatest pleasure, however, comes from raising his two youngest children with his wife. In addition to their serving on the Board of Directors of many Jewish entities, Linder is co-president of the Atlanta Scholars Kollel, with which he regularly learns Talmud. In the rest of his spare time, he struggles to understand the parsha.



                                The Penn State Scandal
                                by Harve Linder

                                Coach Paterno may have followed the rules, but is that enough?

                                http://www.aish.com/authors/133763158.html
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