Posted by: peribadirasulullah | Januari 21, 2010

Kepercayaan yahudi yang sesat lagi menyesatkan

وهنا نجد بعض يهود اسرائيل وهم يرتدون الطيالسة :
اضغط على الصورة لرؤيتها بحجمها الطبيعي

اضغط على الصورة لرؤيتها بحجمها الطبيعي
ما هذا الشئ الغريب الذي يضعونه على جباههم ؟؟ !

بحثت ووجدت الاتي والله اعلم
اضغط على الصورة لرؤيتها بحجمها الطبيعي

هذا الذي يضعه رهبان اليهود على جباههم يسمّى “التفلّين” أو “الفلاّكتريس” أمّا بالانجليزية فتكتب ” Tefillin ” وكذلك Phylacteries , وأصل الكلمة تفيلاّ ومعناها بالعبرية العصابة وهو عبارة عن تميمة سحرية مكونة من صندوقين من جلد حيوان مذبوح, يُشدّ أحدهما تحت الإبط الأيمن ويربط بحزام ممّا يلي مستوى القلب, والثّاني يُربط على الجبهة, ويُلبس عند الصّلاة ما عدا يوم السّبت وأيّام الأعياد مع اختلاف بين طوائفهم في ذلك, وهو بمثابة التّميمة يحتويان على نصوص من التّوراة, فالأوّل يحتوي على أوّل عشرة أعداد من الإصحاح الثّالث عشر من سفر التّثنية والثّاني أعداد من سفر الخروج الإصحاح السّادس والحادي عشر, مكتوبين بالعبرية أو السّريانية القديمة بحبر أسود نظيف, وهو للرّجال فمين بلغ الثّلاثين دون النّساء. وشدّ بعض طوائفهم فأوجبها للنّساء.

Apa yang terdapat pada dahi orang yahudi adalah Tefillin. ianya terdiri dari dua kotak kecil yang diperbuat dari kulit binatang yang disembelih, padanya tertulis ayat suci daripada Taurat dan digunakan untuk merawat. Tiffillin merupakan tangkal bagi orang  yahudi.

اضغط على الصورة لرؤيتها بحجمها الطبيعي
طفل مريض في غرفة الانعاش ويستخدمون (التفلين) في رقيته وعلاجه

لاحظ أن التفلين ملفوف على الذراع الأيسر للمريض، والآخر في يد الراقي على رأسه

أي أن التفلين (تميمة سحرية)

لرؤية صور تفصيلية لمواضع التلفين عند اليهود :

HOW TO PUT ON TEFILLIN

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TEFILLIN SHEL ROSH
Correct Position

“If one, G-d forbid, [is not careful to place the tefillin above his hairline and instead] puts the tefillin on his forehead, he is following a custom of the Karites, and has not fulfilled the mitzvah at all….and has said a bracha in vain.” {Mishna Berura 27:33}

The correct position of the bayit and kesher of the tefillin shel rosh.

  1. The tefillin shel rosh must always be positioned within an area which begins at the hairline above the forehead, where the hairs sprout out from the scalp (the hairline roots), and terminates at the point where a baby’s “soft spot” ends. {Shulchan A’ruch O”H 27:9}
  2. The end of the “soft spot” is normally found directly above the point where the front-upper ear is attached to the head
  3. The tefillin should be placed slightly above and behind the hairline roots, leaving enough space to ensure that they will always remain in the correct placement area even if they slip down a little. {Mishna Berura 27:33}

Tefillin should be centered midway between the eyes. These tefillin are on the border line! They should be moved up slightly higher so that they don't slip down below the hairline roots. These tefillin are correctly positioned slightly above and behind the roots of the hairline. These tefillin are too far forward! Where are the roots of his hairline? Hairline roots


TEFILLIN SHEL YAD
Correct Position

The highest and lowest points for tefillin shel yad.

  1. Highest point for tefillin – The midpoint of the bone length between the elbow and the shoulder is the highest point on the arm for any part of the tefillin. They should be positioned on the biceps muscle below this point, slightly leaning towards the body. {Shulchan A’ruch O”H 27:1} In case of great necessity and with no other alternative, (i.e. when you only have very large tefillin available and they cannot fit in the proper area) you must ensure that the tefillin never pass below the lowest point (see below) by placing them higher up the arm, above the midpoint, making sure that the entire tefillin are always positioned only on the bulge of the biceps. {Mishna Berura 27:4 citing the Gaon meVilna}
  2. Lowest point for tefillin begins where the biceps muscle starts to elevate and is normally bulged. The tefillin must never pass below this point! {Mishna Berura 27:4} With your arm outstretched (according to the ruling of Harav Hagaon Rabbi Y. S. Elyashiv, shlita) as in the above diagram, you should carefully check your arm to recognize exactly where your biceps muscle starts to bulge, and always make sure the tefillin are positioned slightly higher than this point so that they will remain in the correct placement area even if they slip down a little.
  3. This is the area where the muscle is not normally elevated. No part of the tefillin may sit in this area! One should not wear very large tefillin because the front edge of the tefillin will almost certainly end up in this area, and you will lose the mitzvah. {Mishna Berura 27:4}

The highest point for any part of the tefillin shel yad. When the tefillin shel yad are correctly positioned, slightly leaning towards the heart, they will touch the body when the arm is lowered and relaxed. These tefillin are correctly positioned between the midpoint of the bone and the point where the biceps starts to elevate. These tefillin are too far down the arm! These tefillin are leaning too far towards the body!
“So great is the mitzvah of tefillin that whoever wears them will live a long life…. and Raba said that all who wear tefillin and wrap themselves with a tallis, and say the Shema and pray are promised a place in Olam Haba,…. Abaye said that the fires of Gehinom will not affect him…. Rav Papa said that all of his sins are forgiven.” [Tur O”H 37}

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