Did not immigrate to Zion and were exterminated in Auschwitz, the Rebbe told them not to immigrate.

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Embarrassed by embarrassment Asked 6 months ago

My family was content to return to Zion. (Following the hatred of the Gentiles around, they were exceedingly rich and lacked nothing)
The Rebbe told them to stay in exile and promised it would be good.
Believe the rebbe did not return to Zion and Ephraim in Auschwitz the XNUMXth and the blood of their seed also from the rebbe who promised and because of their promise were destroyed.

But in Jeremiah XNUMX the opposite of the false prophets encourage the return of Zion and Jeremiah in the name of God says no.
Just another 70 years
And now the trend is reversed, in Babylon we will probably build houses and marry women. And the Jerusalemites to slaughter and starvation.

So what's right?
To return to Zion or vice versa to settle in exile?

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mikyab Staff Answered 6 months ago

This is a tough clutch. Everything on its own. A rebbe who said his opinion not to come up for his own reasons, said something entirely legitimate. That which ultimately went wrong does not obligate him on the outcome. No one's blood is on his hands. If he made irresponsible promises then maybe more.
As for prophets, they say things prophetic information, so there it is a completely different discussion. If they promise anything it is in the name of the Lord.
In general, the answer to the question of whether to immigrate is not always the same answer. Sometimes it's right to go up and sometimes not. Although there is a commandment to settle the land, a prophet removes anything from the Torah in the Holocaust or by the hour.

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