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Hasidic Gentile Unity

For Hasidic Gentiles to be successful in helping to bring Moshiach (the Messiah), we must be united in our efforts. However, there is not, nor can there ever be, a "national board" or single organization to be an umbrella for all Hasidic Gentile groups. Each community must organize itself (with help from Jews and other Hassidic Gentiles, of course), but must remain structurally independent. The one thing that must unite all Hasidic Gentiles is the Lubavitcher Rebbe's program to bring Moshiach, including many specific projects and institutions compatible with his agenda.

The Hasidic Gentile movement is not an organization of which one can be a member. Hasidic Gentiles make a commitment before G-d (and to their own communities, as well as to the Jewish people as a whole in accordance with the Rebbe's vision), but there is no single organization to include all Hasidic Gentiles.

Rather, we want to build many thousands of organizations, at the local, national, and international levels, to carry out myriads of social functions. These organizations must not, however, merge under any single institution. Each must function independently (as organizations), but must be united in following the Torah according to the vision of the Rebbe. "United" organizations produce mostly squabbling and political intrigue; true unity comes from independent organizations cooperating in an organic way, using their different strengths to assist, but not to control, one another.

It is vitally important that as a movement we continue to grow. There certainly should be "publicity" and an aggressive outreach program to pull Christians out of their churches and bring them to G-d's Law. However, as a practical matter, we will grow exponentially through patient, uncompromising work in learning, teaching, building community programs—and also aggressive outreach.

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