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HEADLINES & STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD: Week-21, 2022

SANHEDRIN: WHO VIOLATES NOAHIDE LAWS, CANNOT BE TRUSTED TO CONTROL WORLD HEALTHCARE

Sanhedrin rabbis gathered in Jerusalem’s Old City . The Sanhedrin, a religious assembly that convened in one of the Holy Temple chambers in Jerusalem, comprised 71 sages and existed during the Tannaitic period, from several decades before the Common Era until roughly 425 C.E. (credit: Flash90)

On Sunday, the World Health Assembly (WHA) will be voting on amendments proposed by the Biden administration scheduled as “Provisional agenda item 16.2”. If passed, the amendments will grant the World Health Organization’s Director-General the power to unilaterally declare health emergencies and decision-making authority over these emergencies, implementing quarantines, lockdowns, mandating vaccines, and passports. 

Many politicians have spoken out against these amendments and last week, the nascent Sanhedrin issued a ruling that if the Israeli government agrees to the agenda item, it will be “null and void from the outset.”

On Sunday, members of the nascent Sanhedrin released statements explaining their opposition to the WHO.

Rabbi Hillel Weiss, the former spokesman of the nascent Sanhedrin, emphasized that the WHO is not the correct body to run an international organization.

“The place for the nations to gather for such issues is in Jerusalem, not in Geneva, and the body to facilitate this is the Sanhedrin,” Rabbi Weiss said. He noted that in 2018, the United Nations Human Rights Council declared that abortions and euthanasia are universal human rights. “As the representative of the 70 nations, the United Nations has an obligation to uphold the Seven Noahide Laws. Abortion and euthanasia violate the prohibition against spilling blood. By allowing, actually mandating murder, the WHO has relinquished its right to represent the nations.”

 

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