- Q: Will righteous gentiles retain Israeli citizenship in a halachic state?
- A: Righteous
gentiles can stay in the Land, but one must be very careful whom to call Righteous gentiles, because Zionism usurped the term to mean
"Those who help Jews", whereas the Halachic meaning
is "Those who love Hashem, renounce idol worshiping and accept G-d's universal message, the
Seven Noahide Laws upon themselves". The xtians are
allowed to stay in Har Bracha at present according to the Zionist definition, in Judaism
they are idol worshipers, not righteous gentiles! The rav of the
village, Melamed, is a religious Zionist, a charlatan outside of Judaism and therefore it is prohibited to listen to him.
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