06 December 2008

Joel Gallis Responds

If one is aware of information which might cause harm or loss to people, it is a mitzvah to speak lashon hara. I believe that lives are literally at risk.

Read the Response Here. It speaks for itself.

3 comments:

Esser Agaroth said...

B"H

I am afraid that I don't see how what you said in your post against them was so bad, more like constructive criticism.

In addition, when one is saying questionable things without sources, I don't see that there is a problem criticizing them, and asking for their sources.

Furthermore, if one were to sin in public, one may criticize that person publicly.

Do they have a website?

I, too, would be interested in knowing which rabbanim endorse them, as well as who their own rabbanim are, as well as their education and training.

Anonymous said...

WHERE IS THE RESPONSE?????
LINK DOES NOT GO ANYWHEERE.

WHY HAVE YOU ERASED IT?

Devash said...

You're asking the wrong person. It was apparently removed by Shirat Devorah. Perhaps you'll ask her this question and come back and let us know the answer. I'd also like to know. Too bad I didn't think to make a copy of it.