These emails and others show how Rabbis and other Jews at Sinai Temple are two-faced, lying, cheating, immoral, sick bastards. The Jewish leaders in the US are the same but these emails don’t show that, others do along with many documents.

These specific emails show how this rabbi and others at Sinai Temple try to take advantage of a vulnerable woman who is new to Los Angeles after separating from her husband of over 20 years. They along with all the Jewish leaders in the US refuse to rectify the harms they have caused and also address the emotional abuse, terror and torture of Parental Alienation.

INSTEAD, this rabbi and all the Jewish leaders in the US have chosen to abuse vulnerable Mothers at the time of divorce, PRETENDING to be her friend, while secretly stealing her money and destroying her relationship with her children using premeditated lies, schemes and manipulations.

PROFITING FROM DIVORCE is what these religious leaders do. They have no remorse and keep abusing, stealing, lying and manipulating so they can profit and have personal satisfaction. [For more examples seehttp://www.palienation.org/the-new-rabbi-by-s-friedchpt-2-…/]

The rabbi who wrote these emails and others at Sinai Temple and in the US have and continue to REFUSE to even acknowledge Parental Alienation, REFUSE to give sermons, have classes, forums discussion groups and other events to help the community understand this form of abuse so they do not fall prey; and REFUSE to try to help alienated children of all ages reunite with and their loving, law-abiding Mother who the children suddenly alienated at the time of divorce without any legal or rational basis.

These emails are self-explanatory and see if you reasonably and objectively think this rabbi and others at Sinai Temple and in the US will be able to plead the 5th regarding perpetuating Parental Alienation and using their “charitable” agreements to hide and steal the loving, law-abiding Mother’s assets and income she should have received at the time of divorce and thereafter.

Think the jury will believe them or convict them?

Rabbis and other Jewish leaders knew or should know they do NOT deserve to or have any right to strip a loving, law-abiding Mother of her legal rights, her assets and her income from her marriage and of course do not have any legal right to destroy the companionship between her and her children. But, this is how rabbis, Jewish leaders and Jewish organizations in the US have been profiting and continue to profit.

Gabriel, who this first email is addressed to, was the loving, law-abiding Mother’s criminal attorney when her husband Mark Hassman made false and misleading allegations against her. The entire criminal case was dismissed because there was no evidence against the loving, law-abiding Mother to support Mark Hassman’s false, immoral and egregious allegations. His allegations were just more of his sick lies, schemes and manipulations. [Harbor-Newport case ‪#‎11HM10952‬]

Here are the emails showing how immoral, abusive, corrupt and very, very sick this rabbi and others at Sinai Temple are and continue to be. As I have always said; truth and love will prevail and give the liars, cheaters, thieves and abusers enough rope and watch them hang themselves.

January 26, 2012

Dear Gabriel,
I met Sara Hassman about 3 years ago when she was volunteering in the Sisterhood kitchen at Sinai Temple where I am the Ritual Director and lead the Family Minyan. We had a nice conversation and made plans to have lunch. We found many parts of our lives over-lapped and that we enjoyed each other’s company on a friendly basis. Recently, Sara has started attending my Family Minyan service on Saturday mornings, although she is taking a break while studying for the bar. I am sure that she’ll be back as a ‘regular’ once she’s finished the test.

I have found Sara to be very dedicated in living a Jewish life and by incorporating many of the Torah’s teachings in her daily life and in her relations with the people that she works with and with those that she encounters in her day-to-day activities. She has always shown and expressed very good values and she supports many Jewish causes.

Aside from her Judaism, Sara and I have many things in our live’s in common, especially since we are both divorced and both have children whom we love deeply. I think that it is not right that her ex-husband is not encouraging their children to have any relationship with Sara. I believe that this is not in the childrens’ best interests, I have lived through a similar situation in my life and it was not healthy for the children. I know that Sara’s children would greatly benefit from a re-newed relationship with their mother so that they could see, now that they are older, the type of caring individual that she is and experience the values by which she lives her life.

Yours truly,

Ralph R. Resnick
Ritual Director
Sinai Temple

Sara Hassman 
Jan 27 
to rresnick

Ralph,
Right after I was married in 1985, I had to sue my parents because although they appeared as pillars of the Jewish community and gave substantial money, they did not live by the Jewish teachings. 
They used my social security number and set up a fraudulent grantor trust and would not resolve this so I had to sue them, their attorney and my sister who went along and was trustee on my trust. Unbeknownst to me, I was trustee on her mirror trust and resigned.

Anyway, my ex and I discussed how important it was to stand up for what we knew was right and to fight this evil. He helped give me the moral courage and strength to do this as well as therapy to help me realize I had no choice but to sue my parents or placate evil and sacrifice my values and Jewish teachings, especially the 10 Commandments. The suit went on for 4 long years and at the end I regained control of my social security number and as part of the agreement I had to agree to seal the file so no one, without a court order, would have access to the file to see the accounting fraud and other horrible things my parents and their attorney did. When my father died, my mother and sister sent me the will to show me, along with giving me notice; that I had been left out of an inheritance of millions.

This is why I got so sick when my ex, in year 20 of our 23 years of marriage, turned against me and as I now know, financially prepared for the divorce and committed some of the acts my parents did. I was just so horrified and he involved our children with the parental alienation which really made me sick because I did not understand why my children turned against me.

I have read so many Jewish books and teachings and have resigned myself to stand up to evil and not be afraid to bring out the truth. This is not a choice this is a mitzvah, as you well know. As you also know Evil Begets Evil and I will not promote this.

Am I blessed for having this happen to me twice in my life? I really think so because I have strong ethical convictions and a lot of purpose in my life. I just know I will continue to live by the 10 Commandments and do what is right and use lawful means to help my children who are innocent victims of parental alienation and not just stand by and watch as so many did during the Holocaust. Thus, I have very little patience and understanding for those who take this latter approach and thus, choose to surround myself with people who chose the former approach, like you.

Does this explain my intent focus on doing what is right and helping others?
Ralph, if anything should ever happen to me, please just make sure my children see this email. Julie and Michael attend Cornell University and Stephen graduated last year but I do not know where he is or what he is doing.

I am hopeful, with my Jewish ways, I will bring out the truth and renew my relationships and have a beautiful life post divorce.
Yours truly, 
Sara
Ralph Resnick [email protected] 
Jan 27

to me

Sara, thank you for sharing so much of your life, and pain, with me. I hold that very dear that you would trust me with so much of your life and the way that people have treated you in the past. I hope that the future will hold only good things for you, which is what you deserve. I also hope that the day will come that your children will learn to appreciate the wonderful and caring mother that they have.

Thank you again for trusting me with all that you have shared. I promise to be in contact with your children if something we to happen to, God forbid.

Shabbat shalom,
Ralph

 

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