New Life 939 – Human Rights In Judaism

New Life 939 – Human Rights In Judaism
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Tal Mandelbaum ben Moshe

To understand what human rights are and how they can be observed, we need to know what nature demands from the human race. Jews have the duty to bring equal rights to the world through the observance of the principle “love your neighbor as yourself” and not through the use of force or law. They have a special spiritual root and originally gathered around Abraham and his message of love. They have since descended into hatred and stand accused by the nations of the world for every bad thing that happens. Our future depends on spreading the wisdom of Kabbalah through which we can realize human rights locally and globally.
From the KabTV’s “New Life 939 – Human Rights In Judaism,” 12/31/17

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