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Melech

(mē`lĕk), in the Bible, great-grandson of Jonathan.
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Besides the resignations from YKUF, longtime communists Melech Epstein and Moyshe Nadir left the party and resigned from the Frayhayt.
Melech Epstein, The Jew and Communism (New York, 1959), 138.
Melech Epstein presents a number of reasons why talented non-communist writers were drawn to the Frayhayt in its early years.
We (the undersigned) are establishing in this psak halacha according to the halacha of our holy Torah-based on the halacha in the Rambam, Chapter 7, Hilchos Yesodei HaTorah, Halacha 1; Chapter 9, Halacha 2; and Chapter 10, Halacha 1--that the Rebbe Melech HaMoshiach has the halakhic status of a prophet, and it is explicit in the holy sichos that he alludes to his being a prophet (and it is understood from his sichos that he is Melech HaMoshiach, and he encouraged the singing of "Yechi Admur MH"M L'Olam Va'ed" [May our Master, Teacher, and Rabbi, the King Messiah, live forever]), and he already predicted, before all Jews and before the entire world, things that have come to pass in their entirety during the Six-Day War, the Gulf War, etc.
Therefore, we are obligated to listen to everything we are told (by the Rebbe) as an obligation to listen to a prophet, including the fact that the Rebbe is Melech HaMoshiach and will immediately be revealed to us.
A memorial service will be held at 2 PM Sunday, March 21st, in Congregation Melech Yisrael, 231 Main Street Cherry Valley.
Worcester, MA 01608 Or to: Congregation Melech Yisrael Car or Missions Fund, 231 Main St.
Useful information in this regard is also provided by Melech Epstein, Jewish Labor in USA.
Dorr-Wicklund said Greenville Baptist Church, Congregational Melech Yisrael, Cherry Valley Church and the Jehovah Witnesses Congregation of Leicester have also said they want to participate.
So, it seems appropriate to do the same upon the seeing or reading the works of this remarkable scholar, Baruch atta Adonai eloheinu melech haolam shechalak maikhokhmato l'yerayav.
For one, Melech Epstein's account of the labor movement of July 1886 includes a reference to one Thies, cafe/saloon owner on 14th street, who was boycotted for the mistreatment of "his union musicians and waiters.