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Abrahamson 08:52, 3 July 2006 (EDT)

This is a test

The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog

-- 12:47, 4 July 2006 (EDT)


Noahide Council and Kabbalah

When will the Noahide Council become more diverse in order to better represent the religions and nations of the world?

Which "school" of Kabbalah or current Kabbalists best represent(s) the Noahide Council's position on Kabbalah?

Thank you. --

The United Noahide Council has set a goal for itself to be broad enough to interface with all the religions and nations of the world. It also has set a goal to represent all the major halachic opinions within Judaism concerning Noahides.
The UNC is not aligned with any kabbalistic or hassidic group. Contributors to the UNC and Wikinoah include, probably in equal portions, Chabad, Breslov and Lurianic Kabbalah of the Sefardic variety. There are also non-kabbalistic contributions from Rambam, Litvish, Mizrachi and Yemenite backgrounds. There are noahides from Evangelical, Catholic, Muslim, Kurd, Druze, Sabian, Bahai and Hindu backgrounds contributing to the UNC --Abrahamson 15:15, 20 March 2007 (EDT)

MIT Just Jerusalem Competition

The Council or the Sanhedrin may want to use this competition as a worldwide public forum to present the Seven Noahide Laws as the means to a "Just Jerusalem."

Hofstra University to give $50,000 interfaith award

Another opportunity for the Council or the Sanhedrin:

Please note

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