Perv Fighting Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg Theyre Out To Kill Me

Monday, November 17th 2008, 9:55 PM

Rabbi Nachum Rosenberg said he has received death threats from the (Orthodox) Jewish community for opening a help line for victims of sexual abuser. (And for speaking out against Rabbi’s and others in positions of power in the Orthodox Community guilty of rape incest and pedophilia) He said the cut on his forehead is from being hit on Oct. 17th on Berry street in Williamsburg.

We have had a few articles highlighting this evil and perversion among the Orthodox Jewish Community, we have made mention that unlike the bible, the Talmud does not condemn such actions, and so in Israel a number of Rabbi’s have fled to evade US law when they have been identified and even convicted of such actions.  Orthodox Judaism is a lot different than most Christians perceive it to be, as they have never examined the Talmud. Jesus and the Apostles fought against the doctrines and traditions of men espoused in the Talmud even to the cost of their very lives. In church history beginning during the time of the apostolic fathers, portions of the Talmud began to be accepted and codified as church doctrine in place of the words and commandments of Jesus Christ and the Apostles. So that today we have churches and denominations and entire priestly hierarchies that are found no where in the new testament and bible but are rather patterned after synagogues and the doctrines and traditions of the so called great sages and Rabbis of the Talmud.

Today our pastors and teachers exert the complete unquestionable authority of Talmudic rabbis even to their habitually cursing of any that call into question their made up doctrines and teachings and questioning their sinfulness and corruption.

In this article we see a Rabbi who has dared to uncover the sins of his brethren, and how he has been brought to silence as he and his colleagues do not have it in them to stand for truth for fear of their own lives and the lives of their families. 

As the age winds down all of us will be faced with these very same choices about publicly confessing Jesus Christ before men, and standing up against sin and unrighteousness – but except your righteousness exceed that of Rabbi Rosenberg you shall in no wise enter into the kingdom of heaven.

A Brooklyn Rabbi who has been outspoken about child molestation in the city's ultra-Orthodox Jewish community said yesterday he's been targeted with death threats.

Nuchem (Nathan) Rosenberg, 58, complained outside the 90th Precinct in Williamsburg that cops have ignored his pleas for help since the summer.

The threats were so frightening, Rosenberg said, that he closed down a hotline he had set up in February 2007 for victims of abuse.

"And I am still afraid for my life, even though the hotline is closed, because they are still after me," Rosenberg said.

The NYPD confirmed that Rosenberg has gone to cops three times since July but said there is little they can do.

The threats came after a rabbinical decree, in the form of flyers written in Hebrew, popped up across Williamsburg in August calling him a liar, Rosenberg said.

"If you see him, scream [dirty Jew], [evil person], [immoral] & spit on him," read one text message sent to Rosenberg's phone.

Death threats came in calls to his cell phone, he said.

Sexual abuse in the Hasidic community is rarely discussed and not commonly prosecuted in secular courts.

In one unusual case, Rabbi Yehuda Kolko, a teacher at Brooklyn's Yeshiva Torah Temimah in Brooklyn, was charged with sexual abuse in 2006. He ultimately pleaded guilty to child endangerment.

Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) has recently begun collecting his own stories of pedophilia in the ultra-Orthodox world and claims he has "hundreds" of complaints against rabbis and other Orthodox leaders.

In September, a psychologist stepped down from a task force that Hikind formed to explore the problem, saying he had been threatened. "I was prosecuted in the street for daring to join such a venture," Dr. Benzion Twerski told Jewish Week.

"We all live here in prison," Rosenberg said. "We can't talk about what is bothering us."