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    • eddie
    • 15.10.06 | 19:05 (IST)

    Sorry Mr Ilan but your points here are quite irrelevant. Only the biggest fools think that Rabbis can tell the future. Perhaps the political brianwashers tell this myth to their idiot followers, but the Torah itself doesnt grant infallabiltiy to anyone. It is possible that the Pharisee Rabbis usurped power of Torah interpretation, and created the Talmud. However, even the Yerushalmi Talmud criticizes the concept of infallability. The ashkenazim deny that Rabbi Yosef has the mythical Daas Torah. what katsav may/not have done has nothign to do with the rabbis. Dont tarnish others with his misdeeds. Wasnt the secualr Sharon clan corupt? The real question is whether the Rabbis truly interpret the Torah, or if they have hijacked it and flown it to a foreign country?

    from the article: How great are the words of the sages?
    First published 00:00 15.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.10.06
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