THE MOST IMPORTANT FILM IN HISTORY
Making Jews More Jewish
THE KIRUV REVOLUTION
BeEzrat HaShem Inc. is a Jewish 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization committed to solving the spiritual ignorance and moral crises we have in the world today. We have become the leading provider of teachings of the topics of Wasting Seed, as well as proving the existence of Avodah Zarah in sheitels/wigs today. We’ve also become one of the leaders in the teachings regarding Immodesty & Sexual exploitation, Conversion to Judaism, Anti-missionary, and Mussar (Character Development). By unapologetically teaching and proving the Emet (Truth) of the God of Yisrael and His Torah to every person that desires it, countless people are finally being given the tools to choose to live wisely.
Helping Jews, Converts and Noahides around the world in their Torah observance begins and ends with serious and honest education. Through daily free lectures, Questions & Answers sessions, and even personal guidance on critical life matters, we’ve succeeded in improving the lives of countless people around the world. We utilize different media platforms to ensure our videos, books, CDs, and writings reach our growing audience and aim to publicize the Torah in every corner possible. Our videos and writings are mainly in English and Hebrew, but also have some subtitle translations to other languages, thanks to the commitment of our wonderful volunteers. We make sure to include Biblical and historical sources for everything that’s being said so that anyone can double-check the authenticity of what’s being taught, as well as learn the topic further on their own. Once you realize that the message has a source, and the source is divine the conversation changes.
Though some may disagree with our straightforward no-nonsense approach, even our greatest challengers cannot dispute the honesty and integrity of our work. They may not like what they hear, but they know it’s true nonetheless. Our goal is to provide Da’at Torah in all areas of life. At times this can include subjects that have become taboo in the modern Jewish world. While many Jews wonder about it, few discuss openly and with biblical honesty. This commitment to the Emet may seem like fearlessness or lack of sensitivity, but it’s quite the contrary. Because we fear the Almighty and love His children, we have the moral and Biblical obligation to uncover the truth that no one wants to tell them. To be a light to the nations, we must start by showing all aspects of the light!