Harav Shlomo Amar Shlita to Speak in Toms River Today

Hagaon HaRishon Letzion Harav Shlomo Amar Shlita will be giving a Shiur on שביעית today in Toms River.

The Shiur will be given at 5pm (followed by Mincha) at the Toledano residence, 1630 Mink Ct Toms River.

All are invited to join.

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  1. It has become a tradition for the Sephardic Chief Rabbi to wear an embroidered, patterned robe.

    It seems to have started with Rav Ovadia Yosef, Zatzal. Each Rav has had a different pattern over the years. Rav Amar’s is particularly interesting as it appears to be Pine, with no stars or flowers.

    Recently, doctors have come out with research that shows that Pine needles contain Suramin and that they can be made into tea. Suramin has been shown to treat a variety of “contemporary” illnesses such as autism and particularly to counter the harmful side effects of the spike protein in the mRNA vaccines. Hashem works in amazing ways.

    Lakewood has an abundant supply of the four species of edible Pine, Fir, Cedar and Juniper shrubs and trees that are safe to make the tea which is also extremely rich in vitamin C. This herbal remedy has been used around the world as an effective medicine for thousands of years. You can research it by searching for Suramin.

  2. The laws of שביעית, Shmitah (2021-2022) where cultivation techniques (such as watering, fertilizing, weeding, spraying, trimming and mowing) may be performed as a preventive measure only, not to improve the growth of trees or other plants. Additionally, any fruits or herbs which grow of their own accord and where no watch is kept over them are deemed hefker (ownerless) and may be picked by anyone. Hint, Hint. I guess Hashem doesn’t want the Rav shadow banned on Social Media if perhaps he would come right out and say it.

  3. Interesting that the shiur is on Shemitah which is 2021-2022. You are allowed to pick herbs under very lenient circumstances. If you are not pruning or otherwise contributing to the growth or the tree or plant is hefker!

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