Even the name of the State is usurped: How can a democratic republic be "Israel"?

B"H - A delay, no more you say? I wish I could share your optimism Daniel. It is important to gauge the historic reality we are in correctly and notice that this time around none of our Torah-prescribed institutions are in place. Not the Jewish king to head the executive, not the Cohen gadol to run the Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, not the Sanhedrin and righteous courts in every village all over the Land to administer justice. In fact the secular justice system administers injustice. In this generation the Jews are running a Hellenist republic on G-d's Land and so it's really not surprising that it does not work for us that well. When we'll decide to pour Torah on the Land and not the Zionist build, build, build cement, then we'll get somewhere. Unless of course HaShem decides otherwise. At present, we only extend the Galus to the Land of Israel and as if we needed a confirmation of this fact, this time around we get the pogroms not from the tzar but from what you call our very own State of Israel.

- This is a comment on Beshalach: Stumbling on the way to redemption
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