Is the VaticanNWO Media Suppressing Jewish Opposition to “Zionist” Extremism?

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New Palestine Party. Visit of Menachen Begin and Aims of Political Movement Discussed. A letter to The New York Times. Saturday December 4, 1948 by Albert Einstein, Hannah Arendt, Sidney Hook,

New Palestine Party. Visit of Menachen Begin and Aims of Political Movement Discussed. A letter to The New York Times, published in the “Books” section (Page 12) of Saturday December 4, 1948

by Albert Einstein, Hannah Arendt, Sidney Hook,
Source: Text from original microfilm


Among the most disturbing political phenomena of our times is the emergence in the newly created state of Israel of the “Freedom Party” (Tnuat Haherut), a political party closely akin in its organization, methods, political philosophy and social appeal to the Nazi and Fascist parties. It was formed out of the membership and following of the former Irgun Zvai Leumi, a terrorist, right-wing, chauvinist organization in Palestine.

The current visit of Menachem Begin, leader of this party, to the United States is obviously calculated to give the impression of American support for his party in the coming Israeli elections, and to cement political ties with conservative Zionist elements in the United States. Several Americans of national repute have lent their names to welcome his visit. It is inconceivable that those who oppose fascism throughout the world, if correctly informed as to Mr. Begin’s political record and perspectives, could add their names and support to the movement he represents.

Before irreparable damage is done by way of financial contributions, public manifestations in Begin’s behalf, and the creation in Palestine of the impression that a large segment of America supports Fascist elements in Israel, the American public must be informed as to the record and objectives of Mr. Begin and his movement.

The public avowals of Begin’s party are no guide whatever to its actual character. Today they speak of freedom, democracy and anti-imperialism, whereas until recently they openly preached the doctrine of the Fascist state. It is in its actions that the terrorist party betrays its real character; from its past actions we can judge what it may be expected to do in the future.

Attack on Arab Village
A shocking example was their behavior in the Arab village of Deir Yassin. This village, off the main roads and surrounded by Jewish lands, had taken no part in the war, and had even fought off Arab bands who wanted to use the village as their base. On April 9 (THE NEW YORK TIMES), terrorist bands attacked this peaceful village, which was not a military objective in the fighting, killed most of its inhabitants (240 men, women, and children) and kept a few of them alive to parade as captives through the streets of Jerusalem. Most of the Jewish community was horrified at the deed, and the Jewish Agency sent a telegram of apology to King Abdullah of Trans-Jordan. But the terrorists, far from being ashamed of their act, were proud of this massacre, publicized it widely, and invited all the foreign correspondents present in the country to view the heaped corpses and the general havoc at Deir Yassin.

The Deir Yassin incident exemplifies the character and actions of the Freedom Party.

Within the Jewish community they have preached an admixture of ultranationalism, religious mysticism, and racial superiority. Like other Fascist parties they have been used to break strikes, and have themselves pressed for the destruction of free trade unions. In their stead they have proposed corporate unions on the Italian Fascist model.

During the last years of sporadic anti-British violence, the IZL and Stern groups inaugurated a reign of terror in the Palestine Jewish community. Teachers were beaten up for speaking against them, adults were shot for not letting their children join them. By gangster methods, beatings, window-smashing, and wide-spread robberies, the terrorists intimidated the population and exacted a heavy tribute.

The people of the Freedom Party have had no part in the constructive achievements in Palestine. They have reclaimed no land, built no settlements, and only detracted from the Jewish defense activity. Their much-publicized immigration endeavors were minute, and devoted mainly to bringing in Fascist compatriots.

Discrepancies Seen
The discrepancies between the bold claims now being made by Begin and his party, and their record of past performance in Palestine bear the imprint of no ordinary political party. This is the unmistakable stamp of a Fascist party for whom terrorism (against Jews, Arabs, and British alike), and misrepresentation are means, and a “Leader State” is the goal.

In the light of the foregoing considerations, it is imperative that the truth about Mr. Begin and his movement be made known in this country. It is all the more tragic that the top leadership of American Zionism has refused to campaign against Begin’s efforts, or even to expose to its own constituents the dangers to Israel from support to Begin.

The undersigned therefore take this means of publicly presenting a few salient facts concerning Begin and his party; and of urging all concerned not to support this latest manifestation of fascism.

New York, Dec. 2, 1948

The 130 Year Record of Religious Jewish Opposition to Zionism

Rabbi Avraham Elimelech Perlow, Rebbe of Karlin, Russia (1892-1943)

רבי אברהם אלימלך פערלאוו זצ ” ל אדמו ” ר מקאר לין

Zionists and Mizrachists – there’s nothing to talk about. They are the Satan himself! (Birkas Aharon, p. 193)

Rabbi Dovid Biderman,
Rebbe of Lelov, Poland (1827-1907)

רבי דוד בידערמאן זצ”ל אדמו”ר מלעלוב

He said before his passing that the reason of the rabbis who went over to the Satan’s side, the Zionists, was the reason why he was leaving the world, for this upset him to his very core. (Mishkenos Haro’im p. 266)

Rabbi Chaim Mordechai Gottlieb,
rabbi of Miskolc, Hungary

רבי חיים מרדכי גאטליעב זצ ” ל אב ” ד משיקאלץ

This building [of the Holy Land] is nothing but destruction… but such a group is very dangerous to the Jewish people, and we must stay as far as possible from them… Worse than all of the above is Zionism and their shekels that they give to strengthen the sinners in Jerusalem, who anger G-d in His palace and His city.

Satan himself disguises himself at the head of the Zionist organization.

(Mishkenos Haro’im volume 6)

Rabbi Moshe Hager,
Rebbe of Kossov, Hungary (1860-1926)

רבי משה האגער זצ”ל אדמו”ר מקאסוב

The enemy has wrapped itself in a cloak of “love of Zion” in order to fool the Jewish soul and entrap in its net of destruction even those who tremble at the word of G-d. There is no greater heresy than this, and it comes from the Satanic forces.

(Leket Ani, Vayechi)

Rabbi Meir Klein,
rabbi of Ujhel, Hungary (b. 1885)

רבי מאיר קליין זצ ” ל – מאוהעל

Such is the way of the accursed group of the Zionists, to disguise all their lusts and abominations in our holy language, sinning in it and causing the masses to sin.

They trap unsuspecting Jews in their evil net. Woe to us that this has happened in our time! The efforts of Satan have been successful and they have spread around the Holy Land.

They have come and defiled the Holy Land with foreign abominations that our forefathers could never have imagined. Both of the ears of whoever hears about it will ring, and the hair of his flesh will stand on end. (Toldos Shmuel, v. 3 p. 142)

Rabbi Yishaya Asher Zelig Margolios,

Rabbi Yishaya Asher Zelig Margolios, Jerusalemרבי ישעי ‘ אשר זע ל יג מרגליות זצ ” ל ירושלים

Unfortunately, Satan was victorious and he founded a state of hell. (Or Zarua Latzadik, p. 19)

As a young man, Rabbi Margolios lived in an apartment in the Knesses neighborhood. Outside his window was a wheat field owned by an Arab named Abbad, who lived nearby. He was on good terms with the religious Jewish residents, and served as their “Sabbath gentile”: when the Jews needed to warm up milk for a sick person on the Sabbath, Abbad would warm it up.

[Note: since it is forbidden for religious Jews to do any work or cook on Sabbath, they utilize the “Sabbath gentile”, or “Sabbath Goy” (Shabes Goy) – non-Jew to do any work that needs to be done.]

When the light went out in their kerosene lamp, the Jews would call Abbad, and he knew what to do; no one had to tell him. After the Sabbath they would give him a small loaf of challah bread as a gift of appreciation.

One Sabbath in 1929, the Zionist settlers attacked Abbad’s house. They knocked on his door, planning to murder him and his wife. The Zionist mob called Rabbi Margolios to help them. Rabbi Margolios knocked on Abbad’s door, and as soon as he opened it he threw his Hasidic fur hat and caftan on the Arab and walked with him to the synagogue. The Zionists, not knowing which was the Arab and which was the Jew, abandoned the area. (Azamer Bishvachin, p. 11)

Rabbi Yissachar Dov Rokeach,
Rebbe of Belza, Poland (1854-1926)

Rabbi Yissachar Dov Rokeach, Rebbe of Belza, Poland (1854-1926)רבי ישכר דוב רוקח זצ”ל אדמו ” ר מבעלז

Every Jew, when saying the prayer against heretics, must have in mind the Zionists and Mizrachists.

(Michtav Hisorerus, p. 118)

On the night after every festival in Belz, they announced that no one should join the Zionists, the Mizrachi or the Agudah. (ibid.)

They are sinners and cause the masses to sin. (Kuntres 22 Cheshvan, p. 106)

Once on the night of Yom Kippur, as thousands of Chassidim squeezed into his synagogue and prepared for the Kol Nidrei prayers, a holy atmosphere pervaded the synagogue. No one made a sound, and all were waiting to hear the Rebbe’s uplifting sermon for the Day of Judgment. He went up on the platform and called out in a loud voice,

“It is forbidden to join the Zionists, the Mizrachists, or any of their groups!”

That was all; that was the entire sermon before Kol Nidrei. (Kol Yisroel, 8 Sivan 5686)

Our brethren, believing Jews, be strong and stand up for our people and our Torah, not by might nor by power. We should not debate or argue with the Zionists and the Mizrachists, but rather we should fight by standing strong in our beliefs and not allowing the destroyer, the doctrine of Zionism and Mizrachi, to enter our homes.

Zionism itself is founded on denial of G-d’s providence, reward and punishment and the coming of the redeemer. Nationalism is built only on the ruins of the holy Torah, belief in G-d, His prophets, and the Talmudic Sages. Therefore, even if the movement were led by G-d-fearing, righteous men with the best of intentions, it would be impossible for it not to destroy faith and Torah.

(Kuntres 22 Cheshvan, p. 108)

But it could be that before the arrival of the messiah, the Satan’s efforts will succeed and the wicked will get a state in the Land of Israel. Therefore it is an obligation on every Jew who must leave his home to move to America or somewhere else, but not to the Land of Israel under the state of these wicked men, because their state would be a great danger to every Jew’s body and soul.

(Om Ani Chomah v. 6 13 Adar I 5717)

All his life, the Rebbe fought against Zionists of all types, using the same weapons that his father and other rabbis used against the Reform. He led a tough struggle against Zionism while it was still a budding movement, standing strong just as his father had stood in his time against the secularists, not giving them access to any leadership role.

(Admoirei Belze p. 251).

Rabbi Yisroel Hager,
Rebbe of Vizhnitz, Romania (1860-1936)

Rabbi Yisroel Hager, Rebbe of Vizhnitz, Romania (1860-1936)רבי ישראל האגער זצ ” ל א ב ” ד וויזניץ

Satan is constantly changing his disguise and sending his agents to entrap the Jewish masses in his net, so that they throw the yoke of the Torah off their necks. The names of these agents change every few generations. Today, they are called “Zionists”.

(Kedosh Yisroel ch. 16, p. 276)

Once he met a Zionist on the anniversary of Herzl’s death. The Zionist said, “In honor of this day it is proper to have a feast.” The Rebbe replied, “Certainly, for when the wicked perish there is joy.”

(ibid. v. 2 ch. 24, p. 619)

In last week’s newspaper I saw things written in my name that I did not ever say or think of. I therefore request of you that you honor your newspaper’s principles and issue a correction. It claims that I said that “the Zionist idea is a lofty idea and no good Jew who follows the path of Judaism and clings to the commandments of G-d and His Torah should oppose this great idea”. This is a complete lie, for I never spoke such words. (ibid.)

I would very much like to travel to the Holy City of Jerusalem, but due to the “Zionists” I will not go, even if I would lock myself in my room and avoid any contact with them. (ibid. ch. 18 p. 300)

The Rebbe did not give everyone permission to go to the Holy Land, especially young people without their parents, lest they fall under the influence of the “Zionist” movement.

I am turning to you urgently to draw your attention to the holy obligation upon you to join the united religious kehillah (the Eidah Chareidis of Jerusalem), built on holy foundations, and not, G-d forbid, the kehillah of the Nationalist Council, which is not founded on the Torah of G-d. (ibid. ch. 24, letter 35)

Rabbi Avraham of Sochatchov,
Poland, author of Avnei Nezer (1839-1910)

רבי אברהם מסאכאטשאוו זצ”ל אב”ד ואדמו”ר מסאכאטשאוו

I was happy to see that you possess understanding, and even from afar you were able to perceive the bitter poison of the Zionists and Mizrachists in any form or appearance. I have nothing to add to your words. Let G-d be with you to stop the spread of this plague before it becomes common in your country. (Hapeles, Kislev 5665, p. 133)

All the spreaders of sin who have ever arisen in the Jewish people have not succeeded to the degree that the group calling itself “Zionists” has succeeded. They have led the masses away from the faith and made them complete deniers of all principles of Jewish faith. How have they managed to do this? By pretending to be righteous, in order to commit treason against G-d.

People have not hearkened to the voice of the rabbis who warned not to succumb to the Satan’s counsel. They have gone from bad to worse, and now many of them are not embarrassed to raise up a hand against the Torah of G-d in public. They deny the fundamentals of our faith and some of them deny G-d Himself. (ibid.)

Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzensky,
rabbi of Vilna, Lithuania (1863-1940)

Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzensky, rabbi of Vilna, Lithuania (1863-1940)רבי חיים עוזר גראדזינסקי זצ”ל אב ” ד ווילנא

Your honor must know that on the matter of the Zionists and the Mizrachi, I am in correspondence with the greatest rabbis of this generation, and all of them have decided that Zionism is the work of Satan with all his seductions and incitements, for the purpose of turning the Jewish people from the good path.

They have warned that a great danger arises from it for the entire Jewish people, G-d forbid, and that all those who venture to defend the Zionists are no better than they.

To our shame, some rabbis in our country have joined the Zionists and have founded an organization under the name of Mizrachi. They have rejected all the rebukes of the rabbis, and they pretend to be men with respect for the word of G-d.

They have founded committees and it is likely that they will turn to your honor. I am therefore informing your honor that all the greatest rabbis in our land are perplexed at the matter. In the books of the Jewish legal authorities there is no suggestion that it is our duty to found a kingdom.

On the contrary, our Talmudic sages have expressly forbidden this. These rabbis of the Mizrachi have no faith, and do not trust in the salvation of G-d. Their minds have become deranged into believing that in a state founded by the hands of man there will be peace for us.”

(The Transformation, pp 186-187)

Rabbi Shimon Sofer,
rabbi of Erlau, Hungary (1850-1944)

Rabbi Shimon Sofer, rabbi of Erlau, Hungary (1850-1944)רבי שמעון ס ופר זצ ” ל אב ” ד ערל ו י

It is well-known that the Zionists are complete deniers of the Torah, and they themselves say so openly. Whoever still has a spark of Judaism in his heart hates them and cannot bear to join them. (Tikun Olam, ch. 51)

Rabbi Yechiel Michel Epstein,
rabbi of Novhardok, Russia (1829-1908)

Rabbi Yechiel Michel Epstein, rabbi of Novhardok, Russia (1829-1908)

רבי יחיאל מיכל עפשטיין זצ”ל אב ” ד נא ווהארדאק

Woe to us, for our holy Torah is in unimaginable decline, especially now that the hated movement called “Zionism” has spread, to our sorrow. Regarding them it is stated in the prayerbook, “Zion cries bitterly” for they are the ones who extinguished the fire of our holy Torah. (Hapeles 5665, p. 139)

Anyone who fears G-d should flee from the Zionists and Mizrachists as one flees from fire. (ibid.)

Similarly, the court is obligated to make sure that no Jew has any plans of rebellion, even secretly in his heart, against the King, may his glory be exalted, or his ministers. And our Sages have already stated that the G-d make the Jewish people swear not to rebel against the nations (Talmud, Tractate Kesubos 111a).

And it is written (Proverbs 24:21), “Fear G-d, my son, and the king.” And our Sages say (Talmud, Tractate Berachos 58a) that a kingdom on the earth is like G-d’s kingdom in heaven. (Aruch Hashulchan Choshen Mishpat 2:1)


Rabbi Avraham Elimelech Perlow,
Rebbe of Karlin, Russia (1892-1943)
Rabbi Dovid Biderman,
Rebbe of Lelov, Poland (1827-1907)
Rabbi Chaim Mordechai Gottlieb,
rabbi of Miskolc, Hungary
Rabbi Moshe Hager,
Rebbe of Kossov, Hungary (1860-1926)
Rabbi Meir Klein,
rabbi of Ujhel, Hungary (b. 1885)
Rabbi Yishaya Asher Zelig Margolios,
Rabbi Yissachar Dov Rokeach,
Rebbe of Belza, Poland (1854-1926)
Rabbi Yisroel Hager,
Rebbe of Vizhnitz, Romania (1860-1936)
Rabbi Avraham of Sochatchov,
Poland, author of Avnei Nezer (1839-1910)
Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzensky,
rabbi of Vilna, Lithuania (1863-1940)
Rabbi Shimon Sofer,
rabbi of Erlau, Hungary (1850-1944)
Rabbi Yechiel Michel Epstein,
rabbi of Novhardok, Russia (1829-1908)

Part I

Rabbi Yehoshua Leib Diskin,
rabbi of Brisk
Rabbi Yechiel,
Rebbe of Alexander, Poland
Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch,
rabbi of Frankfort, Germany
Rabbi Yerucham Yehuda Leib Perelmann
of Minsk, Russia (1835-1896)
Rabbi Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam,
Rebbe of Shinova, Galicia (1811-1899)
Rabbi Yehoshua Heschel Rabinowitz,
Rebbe of Monastritch, Ukraine
Rabbi Chaim Yaakov Naftali Zilberberg,
rabbi in Warsaw, Poland
Rabbi Pinchas Eliyahu Rothenberg,
rabbi of Piltz, Russia (c. 1902)
Rabbi Yerachmiel Yishaya Mintzberg,
rabbi of Likova, Russia (c. 1902)
Rabbi Chananya Yom Tov Lipa Teitelbaum,
Rebbe of Sighet, Hungary (1836-1904)
Rabbi Yishaya Zilberstein,
rabbi of Veitzen, Hungary
Rabbi Yosef Zundel of Aishishok,
Rabbi Aryeh Leib Alter,
Rebbe of Gur Poland and author of Sfas Emes (1847-1905)
Rabbi Yitzchok Yaakov Rabinowitz,
Rebbe of Biala, Russia (d. 1905)
Rabbi Simcha Bunim Sofer,
author of Shevet Sofer,
rabbi of Pressburg (1843-1906)
Rabbi Dovid Biderman,
Rebbe of Lelov, Poland (1827-1907)
Rabbi Amram Blum,
rabbi of Oifalo, Hungary (1834-1907)
Rabbi Yechiel Michel Epstein,
rabbi of Novhardok, Russia (1829-1908)
Rabbi Shmuel Salant,
Chief rabbi of Jerusalem (1816-1909)
Rabbi Yosef Meir Weiss,
Rebbe of Spinka, Hungary (1838-1909)
Rabbi Eliezer Gordon,
rabbi of Telz, Lithuania (1841-1910)
Rabbi Avraham of Sochatchov,
Poland, author of Avnei Nezer (1839-1910)
Rabbi Moshe Greenwald,
rabbi of Chust, Hungary and author of Arugas Habosem (1853-1910)
Rabbi Chaim Mordechai Gottlieb,
rabbi of Miskolc, Hungary
Rabbi Shalom Halprin,
rabbi of Wasloy, Hungary
Rabbi Leib Rubinstein,
rabbi of Pressburg, Hungary (c. 1912)
Rabbi Eliyahu Chaim Meisel,
rabbi of Lodz, Poland (1821-1912)
Rabbi Simcha Yissachar Ber Halberstam,
Rebbe of Chiashenov, Poland (d. 1914)
Rabbi David Friedman,
rabbi of Karlin-Pinsk, Russia (1828-1915)
Rabbi Eliezer Deutsch,
rabbi of Bonyhad, Hungary (d. 1850-1916)
Rabbi Eliyahu Akiva Rabinowitz,
rabbi of Poltava, Russia (1861-1917)
Rabbi Chaim Soloveitchik,
rabbi of Brisk, Poland (1853-1918)
Rabbi Shmuel Rosenberg,
rabbi of Unsdorf, Hungary (1841-1919)


Rabbi Yehuda Greenwald,
rabbi of Satmar, Hungary (1845-1920)
Rabbi Shalom Dov Ber Schneersohn,
Rebbe of Lubavitch, Russia (1866-1920)
Rabbi Yisroel Perlow,
Rebbe of Stolin, Russia (1868-1921)
Rabbi Yitzchok Yerucham Diskin,
rabbi of Jerusalem (d. 1925)
Rabbi Yaakov Koppel Kraus,
rabbi of Serdaheli, Hungary
Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Freund,
Rebbe of Nassod, Hungary
Rabbi Moshe Hager,
Rebbe of Kossov, Hungary (1860-1926)
Rabbi Chaim Tzvi Teitelbaum,
Rebbe of Sighet, Hungary (1880-1926)
Rabbi Yissachar Dov Rokeach,
Rebbe of Belza, Poland (1854-1926)
Rabbi Meir Simcha Hakohein,
rabbi of Dvinsk, Latvia (1843-1926)
Rabbi Eliezer David Greenwald,
rabbi of Satmar, Hungary (1868-1928)
Rabbi Moshe Yosef Hoffman,
dayan of Pupa, Hungary
Rabbi Shlomo Eliezer Alfandari,
rabbi of the Sephardic community in Jerusalem (1826-1930)
Rabbi Yosef Chaim Zonenfeld,
chief rabbi of Jerusalem (1848-1932)
Rabbi Yisroel Meir Hakohein,
author of Chofetz Chaim (1839-1933)
Rabbi Yechezkel Fish,
Rebbe of Hadas, Hungary
Rabbi Chaim Shaul Douek,
leader of Sephardic Kabbalists of Jerusalem
Rabbi Shimon Zelichover,
rabbi of Lublin, Poland ( – 1939)
Rabbi Aryeh Leibush Halberstam,
rabbi of Tsanz, Poland (d. 1934)
Rabbi Moshe Kliers,
rabbi of Tiberias, Palestine (1874-1934)
Rabbi Yosef Rosen,
rabbi of Dvinsk, Latvia (1858-1936)
Rabbi Yisroel Hager,
Rebbe of Vizhnitz, Romania (1860-1936)
Rabbi Chaim Elazar Shapiro,
Rebbe of Munkacz Hungary (1872-1937)
Rabbi Chaim Avraham Dov Ber Levine,
the “Malach”, New York (d. 1938)
Rabbi Boruch Ber Leibowitz,
head of the yeshiva of Kamenitz, Lithuania (1870-1939)
Rabbi Avraham Shalom Halberstam,
Rebbe of Stropkov, Hungary (1856-1940)
Rabbi Avraham Yosef Greenwald,
rabbi of Ungvar, Ukraine (d. 1940)
Rabbi Shmuel Engel,
rabbi of Radomishla v, Galicia (- 1935)
Rabbi Elchanan Wasserman,
head of the yeshiva of Baranovitch, Poland (1875-1940)
Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzensky,
rabbi of Vilna, Lithuania (1863-1940)
Rabbi Chuna Halberstam,
Rebbe of Kalashitz, Poland (d. 1940)
Rabbi Ben Zion Halberstam,
Bobover Rebbe (1874-1940)
Rabbi Shaul Brach,
rabbi of Kasho, Hungary (1865-1940)
Urgent Notice
Rabbi Shmuel Shlomo Leiner,
Rebbe of Radzin, Poland (d. 1942)
Rabbi Avraham Elimelech Perlow,
Rebbe of Karlin, Russia (1892-1943)
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Tannenbaum,
Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ehrenreich,
rabbi of Simlau, Hungary (1863-1944)
Rabbi Shimon Sofer,
rabbi of Erlau, Hungary (1850-1944)
Rabbi Meir Klein,
rabbi of Ujhel, Hungary (b. 1885)


Rabbi Dovid Baharan of Jerusalem,
(d. 1946)
Rabbi Ahron Roth,
Shomer Emunim Rebbe (1894-1946)
Rabbi Ben Zion Chazan,
Sephardic rabbi of the Old City of Jerusalem
Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Alter,
Rebbe of Gur, Poland (1866-1948)
Rabbi Yosef Tzvi Dushinsky,
rabbi of Jerusalem (1867-1948)
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn,
Lubavitcher Rebbe (1880-1950)
Rabbi Yaakov Yechezkel Greenwald,
Rebbe of Pupa, Hungary
Rabbi Zelig Reuven Bengis,
rabbi of Jerusalem (d. 1953)
Rabbi Avraham Yishaya Karelitz,
author of Chazon Ish (1878-1953)
Rabbi Mordechai Chaim Slonimer,
Slonimer Rebbe of Tiberias, Palestine
Rabbi Yosef Shmuel Rabinow,
rabbi of London, England
Rabbi Eliyahu Meir Bloch,
head of the yeshiva of Telz, Cleveland, USA (d. 1955)
Rabbi Michoel Ber Weissmandl,
head of the yeshiva of Nitra, New York (1903-1957)
Rabbi Yitzchok Zev Soloveitchik,
rabbi of Brisk, Poland (1887-1959)
Rabbi Shimon Yisroel Posen,
Rebbe of Shopron, Hungary
Rabbi Yishaya Asher Zelig Margolios,
Rabbi Chaim Yosef Dinkels
Rabbi Avraham Kalmanovitz,
founder of Mir Yeshiva of Brooklyn, USA (1891-1961)
Rabbi Pinchas Epstein,
rabbi of Jerusalem (d. 1970)
Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Twersky,
Skverer Rebbe, New York (1900-1968)
Rabbi Yechezkel Mertz,
New York (d. 1970)
Rabbi Dovid Jungreis,
member of the court of the independent rabbinate of Jerusalem (d. 1971)
Rabbi Amram Blau,
leader of Neturei Karta, Jerusalem (1900-1974)
Appeal to the United Nations
Rabbi Moshe Yitzchok “Itzikel” Gewirtzman,
Rebbe of Pshevorsk, Poland (1881-1976)
Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum,
Rebbe of Satmar, Hungary, later rabbi of Palestine (1887-1979)
Rabbi Hillel Lichtenstein,
rabbi of Krasna, Hungary (d. 1979)
Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Greenwald,
Rebbe of Tzelim, Hungary (1893-1980)
Rabbi Eliezer Zusya Portugal,
Rebbe of Skulen, Romania (1896-1982)
Rabbi Yosef Greenwald,
Puper Rebbe, New York (1903-1984)
Rabbi Boruch Kaplan,
principal of Bais Yaakov School, Brooklyn, USA (1911-1987)
Rabbi Dovid Smith,
rabbi in London, England and chief rabbi of Lithuania (c. 1989)
Rabbi Chaim Zanvil Abramowitz,
Ribnitzer Rebbe, New York (1895-1995)
Rabbi Avraham Yitzchok Kahn,
Toldos Ahron Rebbe, Jerusalem (d. 1996)
Rabbi Moshe Aryeh Freund,
rabbi of Jerusalem (1904-1996)
Rabbi Avigdor Miller,
rabbi of Bais Yisroel Synagogue, Brooklyn, USA (1908-2001)
Rabbi Refoel Blum,
Kasho Rebbe (1910-2005)
Rabbi Avrohom Leitner,
Brooklyn, USA (1929-2007)
Rabbi Yitzchok Dov Koppelman,
head of the yeshiva in Lucerne, Switzerland (1907- )
Rabbi Israel Domb,
London England
Rabbi Meir Weberman,
Rabbi in Brooklyn, USA
Rabbi Moshe Hirsch,
rabbi of Neturei Karta, Jerusalem and Jewish representative in the Palestinian authority (1930-)
Rabbi Moshe Ber Beck,
rabbi in Monsey, USA
Rabbi Ahron Cohen,
rabbi Manchester, England
Rabbi Eleizer Hochouzer,
rabbi London, England
Rabbi Mordechai Weberman,
Brooklyn, USA
Rabbi Yosef Goldstein,
London England
Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss,
rabbi in Monsey, USA (1956-)
Rabbi Yisroel P. Feldman,
Monsey, USA


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